Bagpipe music for Scottish Country dances

Susi Mayr

Message 17760 · 23 Jun 1999 23:43:09 · Fixed-width font · Whole thread

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I have a cassette with piano and bagpipe recordings of Bonnie Geordie's
Wig, Kiss Under the Stairs, Happy Returns and Lady Charlotte Bruce,
played by Nancy Dickson and Bill Clement (no chords, 4 bars intro to
begin), and pipes only for Argyle Broadswords, MacDonald of Sleat,
MacLeod of Harris, Shepherd's Crook, Bonnie Ann, Rouken Glen, Over the
Dee and Over the Don, McNeil of Barra. Published by Scottish Records
under the title "Broadswords".

Susi
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Dianna Shipman wrote:
>
> I'm updating my music collection and would like to find bagpipe music for
> Scottish Country dances - preferably with chords at beginning and end - I
> have the one for Blue Bonnets from Memories of a Scottish Dance Weekend and
> I have one for Reel of the Royal Scots (however, it has no chords and I love
> the music but drives everyone batty when I try to use it since they don't
> know when to start). Does anyone know of any others?
> Thanks
> Dianna
> Dianna L. Shipman
> xxxxxxxxxxxxx@xxxxxxxx.xxx.xxx
> Dianna L. Shipman, P.C., Attorney at Law
> 1436 W.Gray, #134
> Houston, TX 77019-4946
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