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GUEST,Fibula Mattock Irish Ceilidh Dance Steps (68* d) RE: Irish Ceilidh Dance Steps 26 Feb 01

I'd agree Lucius. Set dancing does indeed have "shuffle" steps and "hop and stamp" variations on this, generally requiring a bit of practice to get the co-ordibation fluid. Step dancing - of the solo or group sort - generally takes years to get it right, and a good teacher to teach it. It's the ceilidh dance steps such as the Waves of Tory or the Siege of Ennis that are simple as you just need to skip in the indicated direction.

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