Scottish Reform

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Name: Scottish Reform

AKA - The Prince of Wales

Type: Jig Times & Bars: 8 X 32
Set: 4 Couple Longwise Minimum couples required 2
Devised by: Unknown Author Year[1]
Published in: Thirty Popular Scottish Country Dances
Music:


Dance instructions

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Notes

"Collected in Perthshire and Argyll. This dance is called "The Prince of Wales" in Lochaber and Mull and danced to the tune "Kenmure's on and awa'," with the words "am faicinn thu tighinn mo bhalachan bhan ... till mo righ mo bhalachan bhan," etc. (Do I see you coming, my fair-haired lad? My king returns, my fair-haired lad.)"[2]

References

  1. Year denotes the year in which the dance was devised or first published
  2. Quote from the dance instructions printed in Thirty Popular Scottish Country Dances