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  • '''GB/2/1 Hey Diddle Dis (Filkins Morris Dance)''' '''GB/2/2 Princess Royal (Filkins Morris Dance)'''
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  • === Northwest Morris === ...other types of morris dancing. The dancers generally wear clogs, and often dance to a brass band. The dances are often processional in nature, or contain fi
    380 bytes (58 words) - 16:42, 3 May 2007
  • '''Bampton Traditional Morris Men'''. One of three morris sides in [[Bampton]], [[Oxfordshire]] - the ''[[Francis Shergold|Shergold]] [[Category:Morris Dance]]
    231 bytes (31 words) - 12:21, 11 October 2008
  • There might be a regular country dance or a folk night! There might be a Morris, Sword or Molly Dance team to watch or even join!
    291 bytes (56 words) - 19:26, 10 February 2007
  • Morris dance. At Bledington and Fieldtown this is a leapfrog dance.
    707 bytes (101 words) - 08:26, 8 June 2021
  • == Morris Dancing == Since 1978 there have been two morris teams in the town, following an acrimonious split.
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  • == Morris dancing == '''Morris sides'''
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  • ...tter, Volume 28, Number 2, September 1, 2008 is now hosted at the American Morris News [http://www.americanmorrisnews.org/pastissues/sept2008v28n2/tonybarran Back to [[Dance]]
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  • Country dance and morris tune, also known as 'Balance A Straw' and 'Balancy Straw'. Used as a morris tune at
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  • ===A TRIP TO UXBRIDGE (dance)=== A longways dance and music, devised and composed by Colin Hume.
    1 KB (179 words) - 23:11, 27 June 2008
  • ==Dance Research== * [[Dance Bibliography]]. Includes books, articles,academic studies, and links to not
    4 KB (631 words) - 10:59, 8 July 2021
  • ===DANCE IN TUDOR ENGLAND=== Jill Beck looks at the 16th century dance renaissance.
    1 KB (189 words) - 09:25, 26 June 2008
  • One of three morris sides in [[Bampton]], Oxfordshire. Often referred to simply as "the Woodley [[Category:Dance]]
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  • '''You Lazy Lot of Bone-Shakers: Songs & Dance Tunes of Seasonal Events''' ...01 - [[The Britannia Coconut Dancers]] - Live Performance - [[The Nut Dance]]
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  • ...onut dance in nearby Bacup, there is no evidence to suggest that a coconut dance ever existed in Rochdale. If not, where did the tune come from? It is likel ...ocman&task=doc_view&gid=55&Itemid=71 An arranged version by the Dartington Morris Men]
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  • ...er parts of the country as leader and accordion player of the Bampton Barn Dance Band. :He was such an authority that the English Folk Dance and Song Society was preparing to award him the Gold Badge, its highest acc
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  • ...igned. The journal was replaced in 1932 by the Journal of the English Folk Dance and Song Society.
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  • Home to a morris dance tradition, while Adderbury resident [[Janet Blunt]] collected songs from a == Morris Dancing in Adderbury ==
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  • ===A CUMBRIAN SWORD DANCE=== ...photos of the Eynsham Mummers, Kentish Hoodeners and Sam Bennett's 'Broom Dance'; two songs:''[[Windy Old Weather]]'' and ''[[Three Jolly Hoodening Boys]]'
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  • Cover: Manley Morris Dancers Derek Schofield looks at ''The'' Traditional Dance Event, organised annually by the Black Cap Swordsmen, and asks, "Why hasn't
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