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Re: Child's Grove

> Unto the Merry Rose does Duncan MacKinnon send greetings and felicitations!
> Child's Grove is a popular dance down here, imported to us from the West by
> Duchess Lorna of Leeds. I am uncertain of the pedigree of the dance, but
> from what I am told, I would guess that it is an SCA construction.

Your description was truncated, but the setup is identical to
Childgrove, an English Country Dance first published in Playford in
1701. They dance a lot of ECD out West. Most of the other dances on
the list that you might be unfamiliar with are also ECD, and can be
found in _The Playford Ball: 103 Early English Country Dances_.

In service,

Gregory Blount of Isenfir