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A 'Hooden Horse' from Deal in Kent in 1909

A 'Hooden Horse' from Deal in Kent in 1909

Morris Men,Headington Quarry Morris Dancers outside the Chequers public house, Headington, Oxfordshire. It was a meeting between this group and Cecil Sharp the folk musicologist at Sandfield Cottage in 1899 that heralded a folk revival in Britain. Henry Taunt 1898-99

Morris Men,Headington Quarry Morris Dancers outside the Chequers public house, Headington, Oxfordshire. It was a meeting between this group and Cecil Sharp the folk musicologist at Sandfield Cottage in 1899 that heralded a folk revival in Britain. Henry Taunt 1898-99

Abbots Bromley Horn Dance (1900) Click to view 2412×1791. The Abbots Bromley Horn Dance is an English folk dance, which dates back to the Middle Ages. The dance takes place each year in Abbots Bromley, a village in Staffordshire, England. The modern version of the dance involves reindeer antlers, a hobby horse, "Maid Marian," and a Fool.

Abbots Bromley Horn Dance (1900) Click to view 2412×1791. The Abbots Bromley Horn Dance is an English folk dance, which dates back to the Middle Ages. The dance takes place each year in Abbots Bromley, a village in Staffordshire, England. The modern version of the dance involves reindeer antlers, a hobby horse, "Maid Marian," and a Fool.

The earliest references and iconography of morris  dancing and its ancestor, ‘moresk’ dancing, indicate that the pipe and tabor provided the music. In the early 15th Century, moresk was a fashionable entertainment in courts across Europe. It consisted of exotic … Continue reading →

The earliest references and iconography of morris dancing and its ancestor, ‘moresk’ dancing, indicate that the pipe and tabor provided the music. In the early 15th Century, moresk was a fashionable entertainment in courts across Europe. It consisted of exotic … Continue reading →

Border Morris, Originating in the counties that adjoin Wales, these dances were performed at Christmas time. The dancers usually carried sticks and some of them blacked their faces. Today, the dancers often wear beribboned costumes and love whooping and yelling whilst dancing.

Border Morris, Originating in the counties that adjoin Wales, these dances were performed at Christmas time. The dancers usually carried sticks and some of them blacked their faces. Today, the dancers often wear beribboned costumes and love whooping and yelling whilst dancing.

Morris Dancers back in time with swords in background

Morris Dancers back in time with swords in background

Steampunk Morris Dancer!

Steampunk Morris Dancer!

Abingdon Morris Dancers circa 1910

Abingdon Morris Dancers circa 1910

Headington Quarry Morris Dancers 1895

Headington Quarry Morris Dancers 1895

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