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    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
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    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
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    campbell Feb. 2, 2006, 3:33 p.m. (Message 44048, in reply to message 44036)

    Can anyone supply the name and number of the Hevia CD?
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    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.

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