One variation has bars 33-40 expanded - slip down to the bottom (4 bars) Repeat the 40 bars of the start of the dance. Dashing White Sergeant (2) (The) Click on the tune title to see or modify Dashing White Sergeant (2) (The)'s annotations. If The Dashing White Sergeant. Ceilidh fan Kat Jones has taken classic reels such as Strip the Willow and the Dashing White Sergeant and set them to music such as Underworld’s trippy … With sufficient speed, If there are n sets, the dancers will face their original partners after n×32 bars. The person in the middle turns to the person on their right and and counting aloud until you reach "seven". origin); the German Polka, a round dance of the mid-19th cent. Listen: Both are in simple duple time. In ballroom hold, take three steps sideways towards the lady's figure on bars 49-56. All join hands in a circle. The White Cockade (32) 3. ladies clockwise. All join hands in a circle and circle round to the left for 8 "The Mason's Apron". Creative Commons License. Links and ladies on the left as viewed from the band. left shoulder to partner to start). Hands crossed in front (right to right and left to left), the bottom; 1st couple make an arch and the other three couples dance up we play a set for this that i’ ll post tomorrow when i sort out the music. Scotland's Music 1s lead cast to the bottom, make an arch and everyone else dances others circle round to the left and back. touch heel then toe of outer foot to ground twice, bouncing on the inner next set of three coming in the other direction. ), the middle person turn to the person on their … room. Bar 1: Out1 & Mid1, and Mid2 & Out2 Pass RS. be if they were standing) - "off" takes you "down" the set (away from the band, Dashing White Sergeant. Check out Dashing White Sergeant by Gordon Pattullo on Amazon Music. www.traditionalmusic.co.uk/mandolin-tab/Dashing_White_Sergeant.htm both in front of you) and dance anticlockwise Download Help! right number 4 (ie numbering clockwise). Step to the side along line of dance (man with left foot, lady 1st couple join both hands and side-slip (gallop) down the room Dashing White Sergeant song from the album A Scottish Homecoming is released on Sep 2012 . the 16-bar dances (4x32), 6 times through the 32-bar dances, etc. Line of dance (LoD): the direction a normal waltz (polka Just been informed it’s NOT Scottish, only "influenced by"… Lady and good Scottish music stores around the country. The Dashing White Sergeant (64) The dance of the same name is an 'around the room' dance for sets of 6 dancers, 3 facing 3. 78_the-dashing-white-sergeant_al-toft-and-his-orchestra_gbia0048055b Location USA Run time 00:03:12 Scanner Internet Archive Python library 1.7.7 Scanningcenter George Blood, L.P. http://www.ibiblio.org/fiddlers/DASH_DAY.htm, Try Nigel Gather’s Scottish mandolin site Stewpot. 1st couple with 2nd couple, and 3rd couple with 4th couple dance The Dashing White Sergeant, including Scottish Dance steps. Lady with hand on man's shoulder, man with arm around waist, Music: The Dashing White Sergeant - 32 bar reels, starting and ending with "The Dashing White Sergeant". In the lines of three, advance towards each other (two skip beat with the left foot in third position (a "T" formation with then kick the right foot across the body (to the left), followed by the http://www.scotdisc.co.uk/artcat/atoz/k/kinl_727.htm#track an indication of suitable tunes along with each dance, together with The Rose Tree (lots of times), Tripping On The Mountain (lots of times), Aiken Drum (a few times), Breakdown (a few times) and. hand in man's left, man's right hand on lady's waist, and lady's left hand on Join up in a circle of 6 and circle round to the left for 8 Consult with caller to decide how many times for each. Stream songs including "Reel of the 51st: Drunken Piper / Kemnay House / Angus MacLeod / Kathleen's Reel / Persian Dance", "Encore: Angus Reel / Drumlies / Highland Lass / Red House / … We play ‘Lord Randell’s Bride’ with this for the dance and return back to ‘DWS’ for 2 turns to finish. His fame's my concern How my bosom would burn When I saw him return crown'd with victory! Bands turns him. has it in F with mandolin tab - I suppose that might be handy for fiddle too, but of course no bowing hints. There are 23 recordings of this tune. steps) and retire. The dance is in 4/4 time, thus it is in the form of a reel. This is a group dance so you’ll need to gather in groups of three. number of bars and number of repetitions where this matters. Bar 3: Mid1 & Out2, and Out1 & Mid2 Pass RS. from the band. Info on it: Couple with their backs to the music are couple number This tune has been recorded together with. man's right shoulder. A cast takes you behind the standing person/people (or where they would [From Caoimhin Mac Aoidh, "Between the Jigs and the Reels"]: The often used include "Soldier's Joy", "Mrs MacLeod of Raasay", "The Fairy Dance", partner as they view). Events Well, it is Scottish, which might be why you haven’t found it here ! for four steps. for two steps then back again. Ceilidh 1C dance down under an arch made by 4C, Often played and danced on Burns Night, which is celebrated around 25th January. The tune was used for other songs, notably "The Female Volunteer For Mexico," during the Mexican War (See Dolph, "Sounds Off, Soldier Songs," 1929, pp. to new positions. a jig (6/8 - jiggety jiggety). other original work) is licensed under a original working foot again, and close original supporting foot behind "John MacAlpine" (aka: Oft in thStilly Night). you only move one place down or up. Anti-line of dance (Anti-LoD): the opposite to LoD. video of it on YouTube. hands back again. Doesn’t anything come up on an advanced google ? any suggestions? your feet, left heel in right instep), bringing the right foot off the join left hands, and dance back with a left hand star. Formation: couples around the room facing each other, Still setting, the man raises his arms and the ladies turn Lady turns about on the spot under the joined hands. Often played and danced on Burns Night, which is celebrated around 25th January. Scott Skinner published a "Balmoral Schottische" in his Elgin When my soldier is gone Do you think I'll take on, Or sit moping forlorn No, no, not I! My band plays it in D, much handier I reckon. Highland Scottisches seem to have been danced (traditionally) to Membership is free, and it only takes a moment to sign up. Nearer hands joined, touch the left heel then the left toe to Listen to Scottish Music: The Gold Collection, Ceilidh by Various Artists on Apple Music. 1st lady turns 2M LH, partner RH, 3M LH, partner RH, 4M LH. 64-bar version which I can't remember at the moment. called "Glenlivet" which describes as Strathspey or Highland Schottische. towards the higher numbers), up takes you "up" the set. word-of-mouth having lead to variations. more precise (something alien to the ceilidh dance ethos, but hey!) Nearer hands joined, swing the inner leg (and joined hands) Find composition details, parts / movement information and albums that contain performances of The Dashing White Sergeant on AllMusic ... Music. Spin with partner RH to the end of the phrase. of the set, behind 1st man, in front of 2nd man, behind 3rd man and Find composition details, parts / movement information and albums that contain performances of The Dashing White Sergeant on AllMusic. I have tried to give anti-clockwise, ladies on the right. 8-12 times through the dance); for 32-bar dances like The 9/8. I’ve also considered using ‘the Old Grey Cat’ as a second tune but in both cases you would have to work on the changeover, finishing the last bar on the ‘D’ (presuming you are using the key of ‘D’) leaving out the usual run down-cBAGF#E. (German "Scottish", a misnomer since there is no evidence of Scottish Collection (1884); on the same page of this collection is a tune of his Shetland) Strip the Willow, a good or whatever) moves around the floor (anti-clockwise around the room). 1st couple cast behind the lines to the bottom of the set (below Advance into the centre and retire twice. The Highland Schottische was introduced in 1855 and was known by Formation: Large circle round the room, ladies on the Select Your Cookie Preferences. (The man may set). whom it may concern !) Four Formation: couples around the room facing formation, circle round to the left. The Dashing White Sergeant (64) 2. the unusual title of the "german". Trad. Close. 1st couple join both hands and side slip down the middle and is a couple dance (ie. Music: Lively reels, played 40 bars for the first time Right hands joined over lady's shoulder (man's arm behind her err on the side of fewer repetitions in each set, so maybe 8 times through The Dashing White Sergeant. All advance and retire, then turn partners LH. left arm while doing so. In general, the dancers continue until the band take pity, but if not [Are you still with me ?]. both hands joined, ladies on the outside, men with backs to centre. Highland Formation: couples in a circle around the room, ladies Scottish folk dance tune. Creative Commons License. There is a tradition at ceilidhs of repeating each dance; if you do this, If you aren’t a member of The Session yet, you can sign up now. starting and ending with "The Dashing White Sergeant". Note: sometimes the circle is to the left only; in this case it is set, men passing back to back, then dance back again, ladies forward and back, then walk forwards. Step back and swing other leg Like AllMusic. For scottish country dancers, the grip in the first eight bars is Hints & tips There is also a left foot across the body (to the right). and retire, turn RH, turn LH, back-to-back, followed by 33-48. The dance is performed by groups of six dancers and is progressive. face in the opposite direction. As-is copies of this score may be freely distributed. up again. Facing partner and joining both hands, bounce on both feet, back to starting point. The dance is performed by groups of six dancers and is progressive. a girl and a boy)", dancing first side by side, then hands). The Dashing White Sergeant is another popular Scottish ceilidh dance, which is danced with 2 sets of 3 people, joining together in a circle of six. phrase, then join the side lines. If an army of Amazons e'er came into play As a dashing white sergeant I'd march away. Finish in the order 2, 3, 4, 1, ready to start again. starts the music changes to a march like Yankee doodle, Hail Hail the Gang's All we need to learn the tune for a ceilidh we have in a couple of weeks. heading anti-clockwise, ladies on the outside. "Scotland the Brave", "The up to 1930 or so. Longwise sets of 4 couples, men on the right and ladies on the left as viewed The dance is in 2/4 time, thus it is in the form of a reel. The Orcadian (or Repeat. The Rose Tree (32) 4. to face alternately away from and towards your partner with each step. differentiate it from a "German Scottische". would be 6-8 times through; for set dances like Strip the Willow, continue the name of "the Balmoral Schottische". Men are travelling anti-clockwise, Gay Gordons". Ladies join right hands in the middle, and hold partners around SCD There is no precise equivalent in Gaelic. Formation: couples around the room in heading Modern typesetting. Step, close, step to the side along line of dance. $3.95 / The Gay Gordons Dances-Music For The Dashing White Sergeant and The Gay Gordons Dances arranged for Piano and Accordion by Charles Lovat. “The Dashing White Sergeant” is the name of a Scottish social (céilidh) dance. calf. Music: This is normally danced to tunes in common time E.g. The other partner stands still. To be you get back early, spin until the end of the phrase. the ladies' feet can lift off the floor (there's. Some books Joining both hands, swing together (slightly to the right of With nearer hands joined, facing along line of dance, balance Music: 6/8 or 9/8 double jigs. I’m wanting the music (dots) to dashing white sergeant . partners. The duration of … Use four step-hops to polka anti-clockwise round the room. face to face. Take two steps sideways in the opposite direction. "The Highland as commonly performed throughout Donegal today Unless otherwise stated, E.g. Listen to His Orchestra The Dashing White Sergeant MP3 song. partner) and away, then change places, turning the lady under the man's The dance: 1 Dashing White Sergeant/Aitken Drum/Bill Sutherland/Old French Air 02:09; 2 Miss Rowan Davies 03:42; 3 The Headlands/Paul Martin's March/Bonnie Woods Of Craigielea 03:39; 4 Swinging On The Gate/Brenda Stubbert's Reel/The Drunken Landlady/The Plough And The Stars 04:12; 5 Hi Ri Ho Ro/We're Off To The Isles/The Piper O' Dundee 03:45 All advance and retire, then turn partners RH. bars (i.e. Caddam Woods (a few times). 4th couple) and turn by the right hand to the end of the phrase. Other dancers follow as appropriate. Step onto that foot, close other foot behind, step onto the ladies on the outside, promenade ACW around the room. Bars 5-8: Repeat (heading in opposite direction) back to place. Follow Robbie Shepherd's simple guide for this traditional Scottish country dance. Drop left hands, raise right hands above lady's head. 1st couple cast behind their lines to below 4th couple, turn once round by the right hand, [From a Dictionary of Music]; "Schottische (English ! turning 2C LH, partner RH, 3C LH, partner RH, 4C LH. Anyway; So that's 464 bars: 40 + 8x48 + 40. Dashing White Sergeant ; Seige of Delhi/H.L.I.Crossing the Rhine; Puirt a Beul; Gaelic Waltzes ; Crossing the Minch; Highland Catherdral; Ailsa Craig Two-Step ; Jigs ; Canadian Reels ; Ashokan Farewell; 3/4 Marches ; The Craic at Clashmore Hall; Shetland Waltzes ; Para Handy In ballroom hold, take two steps anti-clockwise, then two The Dashing White Sergeant song from the album Old Tyme Dancing is released on Jan 1997 . to face in. then cast back up to the top, making an arch over the other dancers. There follow chapter, verse, chorus and encore on the "Schottische" (for caller and the dancers because often the strip can take more than 32 bars and All join hands and circle round to the left and back. jigs (6/8 tempo). Facing partner, both hands joined, and heading clockwise, cross anti-clockwise, nearer hands joined, ladies on the outside. . this point). If an army of Amazons e'er came into play … specified, a good length for the 16-bar dances is probably 4-6 times 32 As a dashing white sergeant I'd march away. This song is sung by Various Artists. The Dashing White Sergeant is a Scottish Country Dance, performed to a similarly titled piece of English music. Swing round (couples still holding around the waist) so the men . eg: Cast off one place (also in this instance cast off to second place) - a reel like Rakes of Mallow of Mrs McLeod. Changes passing back to back. between two ladies or lady between two men. The duration of song is 03:53. underneath. Ceilidh dances Music notes for sheet music by Henry Bishop: Johns Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries at Sheet Music Plus. Who remembers The Kipper Family’s "Dashing White Privates"? When 1st couple reach the bottom, they spin to the end of the dancers in a line, middle dancers facing out, outer dancers facing in. The Highland is special to Donegal; though universally so Another has two advance and retires to start, followed by End couples dance the basket: make a small circle in the middle, a 4-couple set). Still moving in the same direction, and without letting go, It dates back around 150 years, having first become popular in the mid 19th century. Usually 32 bars worth. back) and left hands joined in front, walk forward for four steps, . pivot on the spot (so left hand is behind lady and right hand is in The man raises his left hand and the lady turns underneath Barbour wrote "Duncan's Return" for it, but I don't think it's official. The RSCDS. trailing leg over leading leg (ie right over left for ladies, left over End couples (1 and 3) take ballroom (waltz) hold and dance across the They all look like ground, pause (if you're feeling ambitious, go for the jetté at ... Join Music-Scores for unlimited Classical Sheet Music downloads. Groups continuing in the same direction around the circle once round the set. Step, close, step to the side along line of dance and then back If you are a member of The Session, log in to add a comment. foot up in front of shin (3rd aerial), point in 2nd and bring foot up Music: 2/4 or 4/4 march. (dropping the other hand). http://www.scottishdance.net/ceilidh/dances.html#DashingWhite Giving right hands to partner to start, dance a grand chain Joining hands in ballroom hold, polka round the room. It’s a reel, and it’s a very sociable dance, changing partners every so often, meaning your group of three will get the chance to dance with lots of different people. up under the arch to progress (2341). Follow allmusic. If the link is red you can create them using the form provided. Formation: three facing three around the room, man between two ladies or lady between two men. note if 2nd couple are still there they will get run over. steps (four bars) and back. right hands across in a wheel (star) and back with the left. called "it appears to have originated from the Schottische, a dance of back. Take four steps anti-clockwise, pulling leading shoulder back Music: 2/4 or 4/4 pipe march (not 6/8) or scottische. right, man's left, then stamp both feet. Skip sideways away from your partner (men towards the centre of All join hands on the sides and sideslip down the room and back German origin". 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