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Birls Allowed 8 x 32 Jig Two   more   tunes   from   Nicol,   paired   with   ‘The   Tea   Garden’   from Angus   Chrisholm   and   the   ever   popular   Jane   Kerr’s   Jig   from   Ian   T Muir The Walkers of Avonlea 4 x 32 Strathspey The   name   tune   (James   &   Elspeth   Walker’s   Strathspey)   by   H   W Franssen is followed by three from Michael Philip The Silver Castle Reel 8 x 40 Reel Eight wonderful stirring tunes! Mrs Milne of Kinneff 4 x 32 Strathspey After   the   original   tune   for   this   dance,   Rose   of   Allandale   by   Steve Nelson, there are 3 more form Nicol McLaren The Reel Archie! 4 x 32 Reel   The Treasurer 8 x 32 Jig Another   plethora   from   Nicol   finishing   with   Graeme   Mitchell’s   Jig for Judi The City of Stirling Reel 8 x 32 Reel
Stirling At 90 5 x 32 Reel Bannockburn 700 8 x 40 Jig Miss Shearer’s Strathspey 8 x 32 Strathspey The lead tune is James Scott Skinner’s Les Trois Grande Luthiers The King’s Knot 3 x 32 Reel Jim’s Haberdashery 8 x 40 Jig The Bugle Call is followed by Nicol McLaren’s own Keithick Lodge Two-Step and two further Two-Steps all played in jig time Janet’s Cup of Tea 4 x 32 Strathspey (2 chords) For Janet Johnston with the lead tune by Marian Anderson Gowan Hill 4 x 32 Jig (2 chords) Argyll’s Farewell to Stirling 4 x 40 Reel Two pipe tunes sandwiched around the traditional The Ale is Dear The Annet Burn Medley - (S2x32)+(R2x32)
Track listing
Dances in the Book:  Bannockburn 700 City of Stirling Reel Miss Shearerís Strathspey The Treasurer Janetís Cup of Tea Argyllís Farewell to Stirling Jimís Haberdashery The Silver Castle Reel The Walkers of Avonlea Birls Allowed The Reel Archie!
Bannockburn 700 In    2014    RSCDS    Stirling    commemorated    the    700 th    Anniversary    of    the Battle   of   Bannockburn   by   producing   a   book   of   Scottish   Country   Dances, significant to the area and the Branch. The   CD,   recorded   in   2017   by   Nicol   McLaren   &   The   Glencraig   Band   and featuring    no    fewer    than    13    of    Nicol    McLaren’s    own    compositions, includes   tracks   for   all   11   dances   in   “Bannockburn   700”   plus   5   extra dances   in   celebration   of   “Stirling   at   90”,   the   instructions   for   which   are in the CD booklet.  
Stirling at 90  Celebrating the 90 th  Anniversary of RSCDS Stirling Branch with The Glencraig Scottish Dance Band
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