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Mr John CurriesCountry Dances

A single sheet from the manuscript containing instructions for dances 12-19 viz. Figgit; Jack the Drummer; Mounting of Life; Curries Jig; Lord McDonald; Duke of Perth; Miss ???;; The king of ???;Mary Gray; John Turner; Jenny Dang the Weaver; Miss Stuarts Reel; The Middle of the Changehouse; The Bride is a Bony thing; Cameronians Rant; Gillin am Drerair; John Boy Stuart; The King of Ern; Princess //

Royal Scottish Country Dance Society

Scottish Country Dances

A teaching manual for teachers of young children, teenagers and young adults. The text contains: Notes taken from J C Milligan's talks; Teaching Aids for junior or beginner teachers; Hints and Ideas for children's and teenager cla.sses; Section on suitable Music for junior classes (written by Frances E Wilson); Notes regarding participation in SCD Festivals; Selection of suitable dances for young people; Singing Games; History of Strathcona Junior Dancers (illustrated)

Jean B Douglas

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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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

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