Scottish Country Dancing Dictionary

MacLeod Of Dunvegan Video

MacLeod Of Dunvegan - YouTube Scottish Country Dancing Video.
Performance Of MacLeod Of Dunvegan - Tonbridge Dancers' Ceilidh, 1990.
Music By Green Ginger.
136 Bar Reel For 6 Couples 2 x 3 Couple Sets Side-By-Side, Deviser Unknown, Published In Scottish Dances Collected By Mary Isdal MacNab.

Video Notes
Dedicated to Dame Flora McLeod of McLeod, Clan Chief at the time of that dedication.
On the Isle of Skye, Dunvegan Castle is the ancestral home of the McLeods. This dance represents the formation of the castle.
It was collected from Allan McDonald of Truro, Nova Scotia, Canada.

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MacLeod Of Dunvegan - YouTube Scottish Country Dancing Video.
Performance Of MacLeod Of Dunvegan - Rosedale Teens, Children's Festival, 2010.
136 Bar Reel For 6 Couples 2 x 3 Couple Sets Side-By-Side, Deviser Unknown, Published In Scottish Dances Collected By Mary Isdal MacNab.


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