> Whoa, > > I should clarify my latest message- I meant, 32 bars of strathspey, then 32 > bars of reel, alternating to allow three couples, or at most 4, to dance > twice. Recordings would be delightful if not attached to an RSCDS dance, > however, stirring sheet music would be fine, too. I have found music > appropriate in most ways, except it's the title recording for THE QUEEN'S > SALUTE, an RSCDS dance. It will do to test the dance, but is only a > temporary fix. > > Again, the tunes I suggested in my last message share the flavour of what I > desire. > > -Gareth
I find in the database the following recordings which are the structure you
require and NOT allocated to s dance. Of course, I have NO idea if they have any
of the other attributes you require:
The Laird and the Mason, Jim Johnstone, "The Sound of Jim Johnstone"
Medley, Rob Gordon, "Caledonian Ball - Vol 2"
Medley, Ian Powrie, "Ian Powrie's Farewell to Scotland"
The problems with these is that I do no know how many repetitions are on the
recording and, as far as I know, they are NOT on CD.
The only such medley on CD is one by Muriel Johnstone, but it is only played
once or twice through.