The reeling repertoire is a subset of the dances enjoyed by Scottish Country dancers.
It originated in England during the 17th century, although its roots go back as far as the Court of Elizabeth I.
Social Night Teachers:
The RSDCS is still hugely important in maintaining and developing Scottish Country Dancing through its many local branches, and by training teachers and publishing new dances.
This allowed each dancing couple to have its turn at the top, and then progress down the set to second and third places, etc.
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