Gay Gordons


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Gay Gordons

(ˈɡɔːdənz)
n
(Dancing) (functioning as singular) Brit an energetic old-time dance
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Julie said: "I've never done any ballroom dancing before but I can do the Gay Gordons.
Ms Mulliner said: "I've never done any ballroom dancing before but I can do The Gay Gordons.
After being stuck in a traffic jam for over an hour on the A82 near Loch Lochy in the Highlands, a nearby driver, Linda Welsh, took the video of the man - who appears to be a tour guide - and woman walking through the Gay Gordons dance in a layby.
A dance programme which included the'old favourites'such as the St Bernard'sWaltz, Gay Gordons, Lomond Alpine Stroll, Joe McDermid's Jig and the Edinburgh Mixture.
Bonny P1/2/3 performed the Skye Boat Song and Porridge while there was dancing of the Gay Gordons
You can practise your main ceilidh dances before you go, from the Gay Gordons to the Dashing White Sergeant or Strip the Willow.
Amy, who is one of the finalists in BBC Radio Scotland's Young Traditional Musician of the Year, says she will never forget the rapture on the faces of the prisoners in the town of Zomba as they danced Strip The Willow and the Gay Gordons.
"As part of any Scottish girl's education, they do something called social dancing, so I learned the Gay Gordons, the Military Two Step, Strip the Willow.
She said: "I learnt the Gay Gordons, the Military Two Step and Strip the Willow and that is it.
TRonald McAndrew, 24-year-old son of a wealthy Liverpool shipping merchant, was entranced by Elsie Kaye appearing in The Gay Gordons at Blackpool.
We would learn The Gay Gordons, the Dashing White Sergeant, Strip the Willow and the Waltz.
The Gay Gordons, barn dances and rock 'n' roll were among the dances recalled by Les who had special memories of his former dance partner.

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