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European Folk Dances Volume 3

The booklet contains instructions and music for 16 folk dances from Estonia, France, Germany, IUsrael, Jugoslavia, Portugal, and Rumania. Notes on the dances holds and steps are provided. Published in 1966 by the International Society for Folk Dancing and reprinted in 1978.

Society for International Folk Dancing

Balance and Swing

A personal selection of Square, Contra and Triple time dances in the "New England Tradition" with a tune for each dance. Included is an extensive introduction which gives a historical perspective and a commentary on the New England Tradition on the Boston Area. Appendix 1 grades the dances with regard to suitability and dancer competence. Two other appendices contain a detailed list of suitable recorded music for the dances. An index of included music is provided. Published by the Country Dance and Song Society of America, New York 1982.

Ted Sanella

Swing Partners

An introduction to English Social Dancing with notes on running a Barn Dance. Instructions and music are give for 36 dances (mixers, Couple Dances, Set Dances, Progressive Dances, Reels, Jigs, Hornpipes and Schottisches, Waltzes). Also included is an appendix for Secondary School Teachers. Published by Novello and Co. Ltd for the EFDSS, 1964.

Sibyl Clark and Mary Evans

Cooke's Selection of Country Dances for the Year 1796

Music and instructions for 14 dances:Miss Ponsonby's Reel, Miss McDonald's Reel,Jackson's Bottle of Claret, Go to the Devil and Shake Yourself, The Lug of the Spade, Miss Rainey's Reel, Lady McIntosh's Reel,The Silver Mine's Miss Brown's Reel, Miss Stewart's Reel, The Edinvurgh Volunteers, Miss Duval's Reel, The Birks of Abergeldie, Lady Emily Fitsgerald's Reel.

B Cooke (publisher - Dublin)

Modern Educational Dance

Modern Educational Dance by Rudolf Laban. Third Edition revised by Lisa Ullman (with additions). Published by Macdionald and Evans Ltd., London, 1975. A book describing the concept and practice of free dance movement designed as a guide for teachers and parents.

Rudolf Laban

Hebridean Solo Dances

Instructions for five Hebridean solo dances: Over the Water to Charlie, Heilan Laddie, Tulloch Gorum, Blue Bonnets Over the Border, The First of August, The Flowers of Edinburgh, based on notes made by Jack McConachie . Published bu Caber Feidh Publications, Kings Langley.

Peter A White (Editor)

Mr. John Rice's Gift

A suite of three dances (Reel, Strathspey and Medley) contained in a bound volume and devised by Maureen Chevens as a tribute to Mr. John Rice, Orthopaedic Surgeon.
The DVD contains a video of the dances being performed by dancers from Dublin SCD Club and the CD contains original tunes for the dances composed by Pat and Peter Clark and George Meikle. Also included are letters from Maureen Chevens which relate to the background to the suite of dances and a photograph of John Rice and Maureen Chevens

Maureen Chevens

Highland Dancing

A page extracted from "The Navy and Army Illustrated" of 1896. The text describes the origin and form of "The Reel of Four", Reel of Tulloch" and "The Gillie Callum". Three accompanying illustrations show the dances being performed my members of a Highland regiment.

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Hebridean Dancing

Instructions for: The Flowers of Edinburgh, Tulloch Gorum, Hebridean Laddie, Over the Water to Charlie. Published by the UK Alliance of Profession Teachers of Dancing, Blackpool.

UK Alliance of Profession Teachers of Dancing (Editor)

The MacAndrew Collection

A collection of the works of Hector MacAndrew: 29 Slow Airs and Laments; Slow Strathspeys 9; Marches 13; Quicksteps 6; Strathspeys 18: Reels 26: Hornpipes 1. Also included are 5 compositions by Peter MacAndrew and I by Monsignor Thomas Wynne. The introduction contains a biography of Hector MacAndrew. Published by Champion Recordings and Publishing (Scotland), Carnwath 2002

Hector Macandrew

"Dancie" John Reid Remembered

A reminiscence of John Reid by Jim Kilpatrick. Published in the souvenir booklet of the 4th Annual General Meeting of the Scottish Traditions of Dance Trust, 2nd September, 2000. An account of the life of John Reid, with an introduction by Evelyn Hood.

The Scottish Traditions of Dance Trust

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