The Sound of Iona

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Name: The Sound of Iona Type: Medley Times & Bars: 32 bar strathspey, 32 bar reel
Set: Line round the room Minimum couples required 2
Devised by: Elsie Craig Year[1] 2008
Published in: A Book of Perth Dances
Music: The Sound of Iona & Andrew Wallace's Reel


Dance instructions

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Notes

This dance was written in memory of Jean F. Reid.

The strathspey part depicts the calm waters of the Sound in summer and the reel part depicts the Sound during a winter storm[2]

References

  1. Year denotes the year in which the dance was devised or first published
  2. A Book of Perth Dances