Strathspey & Reel Medley

Alan Paterson

Message 36656 · 3 Oct 2003 09:00:31 · Fixed-width font · Whole thread

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Garth Martens wrote:

> 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

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.

So this message is probably no help :-(

Alan

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