Dance Yellow-Haired Laddie Quadrille 19165
Medley · 64 bars (Min64+J64) · 4 couples · Square (Progression: Nonprogressive)
- Devised by
- Gerry Gray
- = 100% (whole dance)
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- Recommended Music
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- Arranged by Gerry Gray, Prince ...
Arranged by Gerry Gray, Prince Edward Island.
Repeat the dance in jig time. Some changes will be necessary: During the Grand Square, the HEAD dancers should dance out of the centre rather than retire. Also, in the Grand Square, pas de basque should be used when turning with both hands in Bars 13-16 and 29-32. Otherwise, the dance is the same.
This quadrille (square dance) is based on the country-dance of the same name published in RSCDS Book 12. Each section is suggested by actions in the original dance. However, by dancing in a square and having four active couples instead of two, very little similarity is apparent.
Suggested Music: “Yellow Haired Laddie” – Bobby Brown – Grandfather Mountain Gala.
As there is no Yellow Haired Laddie in Jig Time, I recommend using “Jig Medley” – Bobby Brown – Grandfather Mountain Gala.
|The Yellow-Haired Laddie||Bobby Brown and The Scottish Accent||Grandfather Mountain Gala||CD+||6||W64||2:15||0||The Yellow-Haired Laddie|
|Jigs||Bobby Brown and The Scottish Accent||Grandfather Mountain Gala||CD+||7||J32 3||1:47||35.7||The Rosewood Jig/Tipperty's Jean/The Blooming Meadows|