Essence of SCD

Brian Charlton

Message 55422 · 25 Mar 2009 02:50:22 · Fixed-width font · Whole thread

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G'Day,

And, of course, Drummond Cook Band uses 'Cod End' for the lead tune.
The whole CD is great, as is their earlier LP 'Tae Gar Ye Loup'.

Brian Charlton,
Sydney, Australia

2009/3/25 Margaret Lambourne <xxxxxxxx.xxxxxxxxx@xxxxxx.xx>:
> I actually prefer the tunes used by Drummond Cook on his Highlander
> recording (6) as it really gives lift to the dance which I really enjoy. My
> class also think the music is great.
>
> How do you feel about those tunes used for your dance, Sue?
>
> Margaret Lambourne
>
>
> On Mar 24, 2009, at 9:01 PM, Sue Petyt wrote:
>
>> Campbell wrote
>>
>>
>>
>> I think it was when I heard the Gilbert and Sullivan music for Fisherman's
>> Reel for the first time that I began to wonder if I was hitting the edges
>> of
>> SCD
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>> You may like to know that there is a 'correct' tune for Fisherman's Reel,
>> called 'The Cod End' written by Gordon Robertson, unfortunately band
>> leaders
>> tend either not to know about it, or, in one case at least, doesn't use it
>> because 'the dancers expect the Gilbert and Sullivan set'.
>>
>>
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>> As the devisor, although I like the music Ian Cruickshanks recorded for
>> the
>> dance, I would prefer to hear the original tune.
>>
>>
>>
>> Happy Dancing
>>
>> Sue Petyt
>>
>> xxx.xxx@xxxxxxxx.xx.xx
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