Rinkinstown Set

The idea came one late night in Drumshanbo and there and then, the first part was written on a scrap of paper. However, like a lot of good ideas that come late in the evening, by morning, inspiration had nearly vanished. We persisted and nearly two years later to coincide with the 10th annual set-dancing weekend in 2012 in Án Grianán it was completed.
Most sets are named after their place of origin and the Rinkinstown set is named after a local townland near Termonfeckin, Co Louth. The set was devised by Mairéad Devane, John & Sheila McEvoy and tested with the help of local set dancers. It is comprised of 4 Figures - 3 Reels, 1 Hornpipe. Various movements such as the ducks originated from noteworthy landmarks in the locality.
Launched in The Westcourt Hotel, Drogheda, Co Louth 23 August 2012.
The notes are on the Heidelberg Irish Set Dancers website here.

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