Thanks all for searching, It's not a dance that I have ever played or danced to.
From: Meinhard Reiser <email@example.com>
Sent: Friday, 14 January 2011, 16:50:45
Subject: Re: Gypsy Dream (Terpsichore)
The dance description for Gypsy Dreams in "An Itch to Dance" has this
hints to the music:
A smooth strathspey or slow airs, not too heavy on the bass line, with a
playing time between 8:10 and 8:30.
For example: "Birks of Invermay" on Scotttish Dance Music by
Terpsichore, Terpsichore CD or cassette.
Am 14.01.2011 17:10, schrieb Steve Wyrick: > If I recall correctly there's no particular tune specified for Gypsy > Dreams--that's also what DD seems to indicate. If Terry Glasspool didn't > specify this tune, personally I'd rather reserve Birks of Invermay for the > dance of the same name, which is fairly popular in the San Francisco Branch. > I'll look through my music later to see what we've used for Gypsy Dreams > (which also shows up fairly often here). -Steve > > On Fri, Jan 14, 2011 at 7:13 AM, Norma or Mike Briggs > <firstname.lastname@example.org>wrote: > >> Roddy: >> >> The band's name is Terpsichore. The tunes they have recorded for Gypsy >> Dreams >> are >> The Birks of Invermay (Charles McLean) >> Red Coat, the ((traditional)) >> Ghoid iad mo bheam uam nan raoir ((traditional)) Mike Briggs >> >> >> ________________________________ >> From: Roderick Johnston<email@example.com> >> To: "firstname.lastname@example.org"<email@example.com> >> Sent: Fri, January 14, 2011 8:54:18 AM >> Subject: Gypsy Dream (Terpsichore) >> >> Hi all you musicians out there, >> >> I am struggling to find the sheet music for "Gypsy Dream" 8x32S. >> According >> to Dance Date the original tune is Terpsichore but I have searched >> everywhere >> and cannot find a copy so must appeal to the group for help. >> >> Regards >> Roddy, >> Fort William >> >> >