Dance The Dominie 12247

Also known as “Mackay of Barrhead”.

See also: The Dominie (4/4L, Gray: Tweeddale 2)

Strathspey · 64 bars · 4 couples · Longwise - 4   (Progression: 2143)

Devised by
Mary Shoolbraid Brandon (1962)
Intensity
8181 8888 8888 8888 8888 8888 4444 8888 = 88% (whole dance)
Formations
Steps
  • Strathspey setting, Strathspey travel
Published in
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Extra info
"Dominie" is a Scots word ...

"Dominie" is a Scots word for teacher. Also known as "Mackay of Barrhead," Mary Brandon devised this dance in 1962, to honor Harvey Mackay Barnes, "High School Teacher Extraordinaire and Chairman of the Scottish Country Dance Camp Committee in Vancouver, BC.

NameArtistAlbumMediaTrkTypeTimePaceClipTunes
The Dominie Bluebell SCD Trio The Emigrant Scot
(as »Mackay of Barrhead«)
CD 3 S64 24:31 67.8 Andrew MacArthur/Roaring Rivie/North of the Grampians/Ferintosh

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