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Rounds v Squares

September 25, 2013

It appears that comments in Square Dance Magazine regarding round dancing at the SA Society‚Äôs Freeling dance have evoked some passionate discussion amongst many in the South Australian square and round dancing fraternity see http://wildfrontiersquaredanceclubinc.com/blog/?p=2230 The origin and development of round dancing appears to come from ‚... read more

Square Dance Origins – Quadrille

April 23, 2008

Square dance is a folk dance with four couples (eight dancers) arranged in a square, with one couple on each side. The dance was first described in 17th century England but was also quite common in France and throughout Europe and bears a marked similarity to Scottish Country Dancing. It has become associated with the United States of America due ... read more

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