Southeastern Germany (especially Bavaria) shares a cultural history with Austria, and some of these dances are done on either side of the border.
Amerseer is a Schuhplattler:
In the Austrian Dreisteyer, two women vie for the attention of each man:
Bauernmadl means “Farm Girl”:
There are many versions of Dirndl Mit’m Roten Miader, depending on which village you’re from:
Folk dancing is not for wimps, as you can see by this performance of Tiroler Holzhacker (Tyrolian Wood Chopper), another Schuhplattler:
A Muhlradl is a flour grinding wheel; the dance reflects its name: