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GUEST,Fibula Mattock Irish Ceilidh Dance Steps (68* d) RE: Irish Ceilidh Dance Steps 13 Mar 01

Aye Sarah, as an Irish Mudcatter who has danced really basic stuff - it's Waves of Tory, Walls of Limerick, Siege of Ennis - the ones you already have. Noreen's right - that's all there is to it. And I don't even know how traditional they are - I went to Irish (step) dancing and learnt set dancing too - those ceilidh dances we have mentioned I rarely encountered except at the odd wedding and Old Age Pensioners' Social Nights where the taste of watery tea and egg-and-onion sandwiches with the crusts cut off linger still.

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