The St. Johnstoun Reel

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Name: The St. Johnstoun Reel Type: Reel Times & Bars: 8 X 32
Set: 4 Couple Longwise Minimum couples required 3
Devised by: W Innes Russell & John Williamson]] Year[1] 1944
Published in: A Book of Perth Dances
Music: "the St. Johnstoun Reel" by Helen Gowans, 1945


Dance instructions

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Notes

This dance was devised in 1944 in a German Prisoner Of War camp at Hohenfels, Barvaria.[2]

St. Johnstoun is the old name for Perth.

References

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