Clog dance is taken here in two senses:
Firstly to refer to clog dancing in the generic sense, i.e. a solo or perhaps duet or trio dance in which the dancers beat out the rhythm of the dance with their feet whilst wearing clogs. These are best accessed by searching for “clog” the Dancers and Informants page, using the search box on the menu bar. Published notations are available via the Newcastle Series page.
Secondly to a small subset of the above which have accepted names which generally relate to a specific set number of steps. These are listed below:
Clog Hornpipe (from East Fife)