Pipes (was SCD VS Scottish Folk Dancing)
Doug Mills Feb. 1, 2006, 9:56 p.m. (Message 44027)
At 09:10 a.m. 1/02/2006, Goss wrote: >.... Outside of Spain, Scottish pipers seem to have two very bad habits. > 1. they tend not to play the more challenging pipe music, preferring > military marches and Scottish tunes... Still OT, but if you want to hear what can be done with the pipes by a non-Scot I can thoroughly reccommend listening to Hevia. (A fellow citizen of yours I think, Goss) Actually I can get back on topic - I've used Hevia as warm-up music for SCD classes. Doug Mills Christchurch New Zealand
Paula Jacobson Feb. 2, 2006, 7:31 a.m. (Message 44036, in reply to message 44027)
Doug Mills wrote: "I've used Hevia as warm-up music for SCD classes." Me too, Doug! Also tracks from the Victoria Police Pipe Band, Wicked Tinkers, and Wolfstone. Great stuff! Paula Jacobson Aptos, California
Paula Jacobson Feb. 7, 2006, 10:14 a.m. (Message 44174, in reply to message 44027)
For "campbell" who asked: Can anyone supply the name and number of the Hevia CD? Hevia: Tierra de Nadie EMI-Odeon, SA 7243 5 26280 25 cut #5 on this CD is the one I use for warmups. Paula Jacobson Aptos, Calif.