Solo dance from Scotland.  Common known as Gille Chaluim after the tune it is danced to. Now part of the competition circuit and thus standardised many different versions have been collected from oral tradition.

Known to have been taught by:

Dizzy Bryden, of Whitehaven, Cumberland.
Joseph Lowe of Edinburgh

Information derived from Thomas, A. (ed), A New Most Excellent Dancing Master, New York: Pendragon Press, (1992)

Original fieldnotes by Tom Flett. No informant or date given on these pages: Page 1, page 2

Information derived from interviews by Tom Flett &/or Frank Rhodes with:-

Information derived from an interview by Tom Flett with E.B. McNicoll 19/3/1954.

Information derived from an interview by Frank Rhodes with Roderick MacPherson, South Uist on 27/4/1955.

Information derived from an interview by Frank Rhodes with Angus John MacLellan, South Uist on 27/4/1955.

Information derived from an interview by Frank Rhodes with Donald Walker, South Uist on 29/4/1955.

Information derived from an interview by Frank Rhodes with Alex McIntosh, South Uist on 8/7/1956.

Information derived from an interview by Tom Flett with C Cummings on 27/3/1958.