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England"s dances

Douglas Neil Kennedy

England"s dances

folk-dancing today and yesterday.

by Douglas Neil Kennedy

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Published by Bell in London .
Written in English


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Country dance, genre of social dance for several couples, the characteristic form of folk and courtly dances of the British England after aboutthe term country dancing referred to a dance of the upper classes; similar dances, usually called traditional, existed contemporaneously among country people and persisted in popular tradition.

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A country dance is any of a very large number of social dances of a type that originated in the British Isles; it is the repeated execution of a predefined sequence of figures, carefully designed to fit a fixed length of music, performed by a group of people, usually in couples, in one or more sets.

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Library and Archive. Managing the Vaughan Williams Memorial Library – England’s national folk music library and archive.These dances and customs were considered to be a normal part of people’s lives. People were not going to a folk dance they were going to a dance, a social activity where they would have had a chance to eye up and have a dance with, other people from their community.

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