Dances

Social dances

Solo dances

Boscawen’s Frolick  Clog Dancing
Botany Bay Sailor’s Hornpipe
Braes of Breadalbane Trad steps
Cheshire Rounds  Harry Shaw – champion clog dancer
Dance in the Forty Thieves
Flowers of Edinburgh

Dance Collections

Forty Thieves
Glorious First of June
Lady Ann Stewart’s Strathspey
Lady Mary Douglas’ Reel
Lady Sydney’s Fancy
Lasses of Portsmouth
Lord Castlereagh’s Waltz
Lord Howe’s Jig
Lord Sydney’s Fancy
Nancy Dawson
Port Jackson, a dance from 1796
Quadrille Arrives
Recruiting Officer
Salamanca Castanets
The Silly Old Man
Swab the Decks
Transit of Venus

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