At the moment I have:
I also recommend you check out Andrea Navin's exceptional Highland Dancing: A Dancer's Guide site. Lots of useful information. And for a history of the dances, try Kate's Highland Dance Library.
Looking for highland costume? Or do you have highland costume to sell? In the UK, visit Cath's Costumes, or try Ogopogo's Scotch Highland and Celtic Resource site and check out the highland dance costume exchange.
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I don't intend to actually teach Highland dancing here - I am far from qualified to do so - although I would be happy to collect descriptions of dances.
The Scottish Official Board of Highland Dancing can be reached at S.O.B.H.D., Heritage House, 32 Grange Loan, Edinburgh EH9 2NR. Their web site is at http://www.sobhd.org/. Their Textbook, Highland Dancing, is published by Lindsay Publications, PO Box 812, Glasgow G14 9NP, Scotland, UK. ISBN 1 8981 6901 2. It contains Basic Positions, Basic Movements and Basic Steps, followed by descriptions of the following dances: The Highland Fling, The Sword Dance (Gillie Chalium), Seann Truibhas, Strathspey, Highland Reel, Basic Reel Steps and Reel of Tulloch or "Hullachan".
The Scottish Official Highland Dancing Association can be contacted at:
Mrs Pauline KnoxThey publish leaflets with various dances, and welcome questions on any dances.
36 High Street
Tel: 01368 863027
E-mail: email@example.com. Web: http://www.sohda.org.uk/
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