Sellenger's round

Sel·​len·​ger's round | \ ˈselə̇njə(r)z-\

Definition of Sellenger's round

: an English country-dance performed as a round especially popular in the late 16th century also : the music for this dance

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History and Etymology for Sellenger's round

sellenger probably alteration of the name St. Leger

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