Dance Over the Dee and over the Don 5128
Jig · 152 bars · 4 couples · Other (Progression: OnceOnly)
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- The 152 bars consist of ...
The 152 bars consist of 32 bars for the entry, 88 bars to do the actual dance, and 32 bars for the exit.
The rivers Dee and Don are famous for encircling the city of Aberdeen in North-East Scotland. The weaving in and out of the dancers as they enter is supposed to represent the winding of the two rivers.
|Over the Dee and Over the Don||The Muriel Johnstone Ensemble||Dances from the Collections of Mary Isdale MacNab Vol 2||CD||11||J152||3:54||49.3||The Cock o' the North/The Hills of Glenorchy|
|Over the Dee and Over the Don||Bill Clement||Broadswords||MC||11||J120||0:00||0.0||The Cock o' the North/The Hills of Glenorchy/Kenmure's on and awa'|
|Over the Dee and Over the Don||Unknown||Dancing Throu' Scotland||?||14||J96||0:00||0.0|
|Over the Dee and Over the Don||Rob Gordon and his Band||The Kilt is my Delight||LP||6||J120||2:03||32.8||The Cock o' the North/Wm Birse Esq|
|Over the Dee and Over the Don||The Muriel Johnstone Ensemble||Music for Scottish Dances Collected by Mary Isdal MacNab||CD||25||J152 1||2:56||37.1||The Cock o' the North/The Hills of Glenorchy|
|2017-11 Kukucksnest list of dances taught||antoine rousseau||Nov. 25, 2017, 5:46 p.m.|
|Mary Isdal Macnab||2018-01-01||Dance ForFun||Jan. 13, 2017, 1:41 p.m.|