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Rosss’s Reel 8 x 32 Reel Four tunes by Marian Anderson to get the CD off to a great start! A Babbling Brooke 8 x 32 Jig Appropriate for this CD to include the traditional Haste to the Wedding! Two more tunes from Marian and finally Ian Muir’s Paula’s Party Susie From Penilee 8 x 32 Strathspey 3 of Muriel Johnstone’s compositions are teamed with another from Marian Butterfly 4 x 32 Reel Joyce MacLeod 5 x 32 Jig Again 3 tunes from Muriel Johnstone, and then 2 from fiddler Marie Fielding The Musicians’ Wedding 4 x 32 Strathspey Roddy Matthews’ Leaving Lordenshaw opens this track, to be followed by two recognisable Muriel tunes sandwiched around one of Marian’s new tunes - Sunset Over Connel Bridge Easy Peasy Rights + Lefts 4 x 32 Jig Pipe Major Robert Mathieson Rules OK!
Dancing the Baby 1 x 72 Reel A dance written for the named tune! Dancing the Baby 72 Reel + 72 Strathspey Starting as a repeat of the previous track, moving into a strathspey arrangement of Cauld Kail and Dancing the Baby The Flowering Heather 3 x 32 Strathspey 3 more of Marian’s own compositions A Little Bit of Monty 8 x 32 Jig A Band Members’ Special, with 3 of Marian’s personal tunes followed by Kevin Lees’ Deb’s Christmas Cracker St. Aidan’s Church Hall 4 x 32 Strathspey Begins with Gordon Shand’s The Maid of Glencoul, and followed by three more Muriel Johnstone tunes Chain Lynx 8 x 32 Reel Muriel followed by Gordon Shand for the last dance in the book Marches - Warm Up Stirring tunes - Tug Argan Gap by Dr A. C. Fisher and Donald Shaw’s Calum’s Road Caledonia Sung by Alex Hodgson
Track listing
The cover of this CD and third book of dances from Gaye Collin (New Zealand) is self-explanatory! The   dances   in   the   book   are   mainly   devised   for   friends   and   family,   with   others   remembering   places visited or simply to teach formations. There   are   12   new   dances   (4   jigs,   4   reels   &   4   strathspeys)   with   the   72-bar   reel   recorded   as   a   medley   as well,   a   Warm-up   March   and   the   CD   finishes   with   Alex   Hodgson   singing   Caledonia.   The   sheet   music   for the   original   lead   tunes   is   printed   in   the   book,   and   a   loose   sheet   includes   Keith   Rose’s   diagrams.   All tracks   are   played   at   a   steady   pace   and   other   than   the   72-bar   Dancing   the   Baby,   all   other   dances   are multiples of 32 bars. The   recording   line-up   is   Marian   Anderson   (accordion),   Graham   Bell   (2 nd    accordion),   Marie   Fielding (fiddle), Isobelle Hodgson (piano & bass) & Max Ketchin (drums), with Alex Hodgson (vocals).
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