strathspey Archive: The Kingdom of Strathclyde

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The Kingdom of Strathclyde

Message 21639 · Doug Mills · 24 Jun 2000 06:17:20 · Top

In his book "How to teach SCD" Bob Donald (or possibly Roy Clowes)
alludes to a dance "The Kingdom of Strathclyde". The only info to be
gleaned from DanceData is that it is a 4 cpl 96 bar Strathspey by Bob
Donald.

Can anyone point me to the instructions, or better still send me them
(privately)?

One possible clue is that "How to teach SCD" was printed by the Scottish
Dance Archivies, which is presumably the same source as dances like The
Hunting Horn.

TIA

Doug Mills
Christchurch New Zealand.

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