Screebe Step © Rónán Regan
The Screebe House step was composed by Rónán in Ros Muc, Connemara circa 2003 around the time of the Cóilín Sheáin Dharach festival. Screebe House itself is a lovely old house were we sometimes stayed during the festival. Cóilín Seoighe was a well known dancer from Ros Muc who danced well into his late 70ies and passed his steps onto Róisín Ní Mháinín, he won the prestigious Oireachtas Competition twice and championed jig steps as well as enjoying reel steps. Róisín passed on some of her steps to Rónán when she was living in Ocean Wave, Salthill and going to University locally in NUIG.
Breakdown of Screebe Step
Parts 1 & 2
The is an introduction to the Screebe House Step and a breakdown of the first 2 parts of the step.
All 4 Parts Without Music
The Full Screebe House Step is practiced slowly here without music.
From Front With Music
The Screebe House Step is again danced up to speed from the front for you to practice.
Parts 3 & 4
Part 3 and 4 of the Screebe house step are taught here.
From Behind With Music
Screebe House Step is practiced here with music by Johnny O' Halloran.