Just In Time

Just in Time is a dance for six, done with five. To make this possible, two of the dancers must alternately scurry around the set, arriving at their destinations just in time to complete the sticking there, and then scurrying off to their next rendezvous. Think of this dance as the morris equivalent of “downsizing” - there's just as much work to be done, but fewer people to do it.

X:1
T:Just In Time
T:Tune: Charles O'Connor
R:jig
C:Turlough O'Carolan (1670-1738)
H:Used for "Just In Time"
M:6/8
K:D
A | d2A d2A | BAG FGA | Bcd ecA | dfa a2g |
fef BcB | ede ABA | dcB AFA |1 d3 d2 :|2 d3 dcB |]
A2D FED | BGB AFA | DFA FDA | GEe c2A |
f2f fef | fef fdB | e2e eae | eae ecA |
dcB AFE | FAd f2e | dcB AFA | d3 d2 |]