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Choc-A-Taw (clip) - Dick Leger

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Ends Turn In (clip) - Raymond Smith

Dance created by Ed Gilmore, with many versions available on this site. Music here is played by Jack Barbour's band.

Silver Bell (clip) - Paul Hunt

music by the Rock Candy Mountaineers

Buffalo Gals (clip) - Piute Pete

Resident caller the Village Barn in New York City

Texas Whirlwind (clip) - Rickey Holden

Starting with a simply RH star in the center, Holden ups the complexity with a series of Catch All Eight calls around outside of the circle.

Silver Bell (clip) - Dick Leger

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Standard Club Quadrille (clip) - Benjamin Lovett

Benjamin Lovett, a New England dancing master, was hired by Henry Ford and relocated from Massachusetts to Michigan. He recorded numerous albums with the Henry Ford Orchestra, as well as authoring Good Morning, Ford's country dance book.

Cumberland Square Eight

This popular dance can be found in numerous settings:English country dancers in the USScottish country dancers celebrating Burns Night"anarchic" dancersanother energetic groupdancers at a wedding partyDirections can be found here and here. For an alternate version, to make the dance a mixer, after the basket swings:B1 Dosido and swing cornerB2…

Rufus! - Rufus Guinchard - Newfoundland fiddler

"Rufus!" is a 30-minute film made in 1990 that celebrates the life and music of Newfoundland fiddler Rufus Guinchard. The film is available online, and is well worth watching in its entirety. Like Medicine Fiddle, the film helps set the music and dance in the context of the broad culture. A dance sequence, filmed in a kitchen, begins at 07:50 and…