Ken Sheffield says: Constant Nymph is a version of The Nymph found in Thompson's Compleat Collection Vol 5. This attracted my attendtion because each strain of the msuic is repeated. The dance is quite different from that given in 'Every Day Dances' and is unchanged except for the substitution of a 6 hand star at C1 to avoid 2 long 6 hand circles.
Michael Barraclough says: The dance is not "unchanged except for the substitution of a 6 hand star at C1 to avoid 2 long 6 hand circles". Ken Sheffield has converted the dance from a triple minor to a 3-couple set dance, added turns for everyone in B1/2 instead of just the active couple, has added the non-active couples changing sides and back in B1/2, and, (as noted) substituted a star for a circle in C1.
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