Hugh Thurston’s 1954 Scotland’s Dances takes a careful analytical approach to the history of dancing in Scotland. It presents information in meticulous detail, listing the sources of dances popular at the time. Finally, the book covers the whole gamut of Scottish dancing, from reels, Highland dances, and Hebridean dances to country dances. James Cosh’s book includes the popular Irish Rover, White Heather Jig and Mairi’s Wedding. Jack McConachie’s Scottish Country Dances of the Eighteenth Century has 35 dances..
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