Greensleeves (England) - Ruth White - Folk Dances From ‘Round The World Vol 2 (Vinyl)

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  1. Dance - Dance - Folk dance: When tribal societies in Europe gave way to more structured societies, the old dance forms gradually developed into what are now called folk or peasant dances. For a long time these retained much of their original significance and therefore could have received the modern classification of “ethnic.” The Maypole dance, still sometimes performed in England, is a.
  2. Dec 25,  · The world record attempt was organised as part of The Gathering, a year-long tourism drive to encourage people from around the world with Irish links to visit the country.
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  5. The Greensleeves Country Dance Band The Greensleeves A1: Double Quadrille (Double Quadrille, 'Oggyland) B1: Princess Royal (The Widow Magee, Captain White) B2: Arkansas Traveller (Arkansas Traveller, Cricket And Bullfrog) EFDSS UK: ED EP: 0: The Greensleeves Country Dance Band The Greensleeves No 2 A1: Jigs (Greenholm, Love, Port.
  6. Dec 01,  · "The gavotte originated as a French folk dance, taking its name from the Gavot people of the Pays de Gap region of Dauphiné, where the dance originated. It is notated in 4/4 or 2/2 time and is of moderate tempo. The distinctive rhythmic feature of the 18th-century French court gavotte is that phrases begin in the middle of the bar; that is, in.
  7. (couple 2 curtsey and bow) Couple 2 left to left hand half turn to take your partner’s place four slow hesitation steps (couple 1 curtsey and bow) Couple 2 half figure eight diagonally up the center, around the back of couple 1 and cross paths to end in your original place. Use a cantor step for 6 measures.

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