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    Highland Dance

    My wee lass is a highland dancer, has been for 2 years now. I've been posting videos of her dancing at various competitions on the internet for family to view who cannot be there... if anyone is interested in watching, they can do so at...

    www.youtube.com/rcallbeck

    Cheers!

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    She's a CUTIE!
    Here's mine, second from the left. She's only been doing it for about 8 months and all I have are stills...


    On the left:


    I'm the dance Piper for the band though...so she gets plenty of practice
    Me on the left


    The rest of the Dancers, the tutor in the center [Jenna]

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    A lovely set of pictures - it is partly through my daughters dance that I have started to learn about my heritage - I love it! How long have you been playing the pipes? My wife suggested once that I learn, and I haven't said no yet.. ;-)

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    Smile

    Great job! Thanks for posting

    My daughter (10yrs old) has always had an interest in our Scottish/Irish heritage, she has a lot of (varied) musical talent, and this year took up violin.
    In the very near future she wants to take up Celtic fiddle lessons!
    [SIZE="2"][FONT="Georgia"][COLOR="DarkGreen"][B][I]T. E. ("TERRY") HOLMES[/I][/B][/COLOR][/FONT][/SIZE]
    [SIZE="1"][FONT="Georgia"][COLOR="DarkGreen"][B][I]proud descendant of the McReynolds/MacRanalds of Ulster & Keppoch, Somerled & Robert the Bruce.[/SIZE]
    [SIZE="1"]"Ah, here comes the Bold Highlander. No @rse in his breeks but too proud to tug his forelock..." Rob Roy (1995)[/I][/B][/COLOR][/FONT][/SIZE]

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    The beginning Hullachan was too cute! We dance that as part of a medley in Scottish Country Dancing and to see the little ones doing it is just great! I wish there was more social dancing as a part of the Highland Dance "curriculum".

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