|Webfeet | English Ceilidh | Annotated Dances | Strip the Willow
The Strip the Willow move with the mantra 'Right arm with your partner, left arm along the line'...
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|Webfeet | English Ceilidh | Annotated Dances | Orcadian Strip the Willow
The 'Orcadian Strip the Willow'; a wild and reckless unending Strip the Willow cascading down a longways set...
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|Webfeet | English Ceilidh | Annotated Dances | Strip the Willow Square
The 'Strip the Willow Square', a tangled weave of galloping and dancing with people on each side of a square
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|Webfeet | English Ceilidh | Annotated Dances | The Willow Tree
The 'Willow Tree'; a dance with eight couples, top couple galloping down, swaps partners and gallops back. A strip the willow from both ends at the same time ending in arches in the middle...
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|Strip the Willow Square
|Strip the Willow (set dance)
|Strip The Willow Square
|The Willow Tree
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|Webfeet | English Ceilidh | Annotated Dances | Foula Reel
The 'Foula Reel'; an occasionally breakneck dance with galloping to the bottom of the set, a strip the willow back and some shunting in and out to get the top couple to the bottom...
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|Ceilidh Calling - Strip the willow square
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