Dance The Flooers O' Fa'kirk 2238

Jig · 32 bars · 3 couples · Longwise - 4   (Progression: 213)

Devised by
George S Emmerson (1989)
Formations
  • Reel of three - across (REEL;ACROSS;R3;)
  • Reel of three - on side (REEL;R3;SIDES;)
  • Note: This list may be incomplete and/or incorrect.
  • Note: Due to limitations in the underlying data, the relative order of formations in this list may be different from the order of formations in the actual dance.
Steps
  • Skip-Change
  • Note: This list may be incomplete and/or incorrect.
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Extra info
[For Sheila Duncan of London ...

[For Sheila Duncan of London (Ont)]

Fah Kirk - long converted into "Falkirk" but retained in local pronunciation. Sc. Fah = varicoloured (or pale red). The Fah Kirk gave its name to the town Fal kirk (first appearing thus in 16th century records)

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