Mrs Hepburn Belches

Anselm Lingnau

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xxxxxx.xxxxxxxxx@xxxxxxx.xx (M Sheffield) writes:

> So now I know why Mrs HB appeared on one of the recent CDs !

I think I will mention this if nobody else does:

Mrs H. B. is also the lead tune for a nice little dance by Priscilla
Burrage called Mrs Watt's Teakettle (in her Kitchen Capers book). If you
don't have the Tartan Stew tape that goes with the book, the recording
on the CD (Neil Barron, I think) will do -- even though the Tartan Stew
version, IMHO, is a much nicer arrangement (Thumbs up, Sylvia).

Why is it that nowadays most of the really good SCD music seems to come
from the USA?

Anselm
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