Saint Vitus' dance (disambiguation)
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Saint Vitus dance, named after Saint Vitus, may refer to:
- Chorea (disease) or Sydenham's chorea, a movement disorder
- Medieval dancing mania
- The song "St. Vitus' Dance" by the British metal band Black Sabbath on their album Black Sabbath Vol. 4
- The song "St. Vitus Dance" by the band Bauhaus on their album In the Flat Field
- The song "St. Vitus Dance" by the Spanish band Nancys Rubias.
- The song "St. Vitus Says" by the band Stiffs, Inc. on their album Electric Chair Theatre"
- The song "Saint Vitus Dance" by Louis Jordan and His Tympany Five.
- The Song "The St. Vitus Dance" by Jazz Pianist Horace Silver
- The song "il Ballo di San Vito" by the band Rotumbé.
- The 1984 Endeavour sailboat that detective Sonny Crockett lived on, in the 1980s television cop drama, Miami Vice
- The names of the Bute Medical School of the University of St. Andrews annual dance.
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