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An Dro
also called "En dro" is a Breton folk dance in 2/4 and has one more synonym

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  1. Breton: "The Turn"

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    created by user picturefactobot on February 13, 2009
  2. The dancers link little fingers in a long line, swinging their arms, and moving to their left by taking longer steps in that direction than when stepping right

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  3. In the generic case the arm movements consist first of two circular motions going up and back (at about chest level) followed by one in the opposite direction (down then front)

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  4. these are done quite close to the body

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  5. Dancers dance in a line or circle, swinging their arms with little fingers linked
    Dancers dance in a line or circle, swinging their arms with little fingers linked

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  6. This is then followed by a circle in the same sense as the last (down then front) but with full arm extension and extending behind the body

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