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Tunes - The Scottish Country Dance Players - The Dashing White Sergeant / Gay Gordons (Shellac)

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  1. Gay Gordons, Strip the Willow & Dashing White Sergeant Ceilidh Dancing Many dancers have their own individual style and steps they like to do to particular tunes. care is taken to preserve the technique of the dances whilst still enjoying the social aspect of the dance. Scottish country dances are still held in castles and stately homes.
  2. Apr 10,  · Listen free to Various Artists – The Gay Gordons The Greatest Scottish Country Dance Tunes (Dashing White Sergeant, Bluebell Polka and more). 21 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at melnistchicdiarohsmarsundpotiresida.coinfo
  3. The dancing gets off to a great start with The Gay Gordons, the well known march from the First World War. Named for The Gordon Highlanders, this dance remains very popular and is danced to any 4/4 march. However, the original tune composed by Pipe Major George S McLennan, entitled The Gordon Highlanders March is played most often.
  4. Scottish Dance History The Dashing White Sergeant. The origins of the tune and dance are not Scottish. The tune was composed by Sir Henry Rowley Bishop (the composer also of “Home Sweet Home.”) The words are by General John Burgoyne. It was first published in and the dance is influenced by the Scotch reel and Swedish country dances.
  5. A good source for suitable tunes is Taigh na Teud's Scottish Ceilidh Collections - these are available from Amazon, Scotland's Music and good Scottish music stores around the country. The Britannia Twostep. Formation: in threes around the room facing anti .
  6. The Scottish Country Dance Players ‎– The Dashing White Sergeant / Gay Gordons. Label: His Master's Voice ‎– B Format: Shellac, 10", 78 RPM. Country: UK. Released:
  7. Some people without country dance experience may have done more widely known dances such as Gay Gordons, Strip the Willow, and Dashing White Sergeant; and you might want to include such dances if some of those attending will know them but not the regular country dance repertoire. Number of Dances Length versus Depth.

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