Many dancers will be sitting their grade exams over the course of the coming years. To support dancers, parents and teachers we’re sharing the movements that dancers will need to be able to describe in order to complete Grade 4 of their Irish Dance Examinations.
Walls of Limerick:
This is a progressive dance in reel time for any number of couples. Dancers line up in couples, with gents on left of partner, taking her left hand in his right, the gent’s hand underneath the lady’s. Each set consists of two couples facing each other. It’s the simplest of all dances from the point of view of execution.