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    James Tween April 23, 2006, 11:30 p.m. (Message 45091)

    I recently danced with a club where they use music on tapes copied from CDs, 
    and with no record of the original CD.  Legalities aside, can anyone help me 
    track down a CD by the following criteria? ...
    
    1 - at least 5 years old
    2 - led by fiddle, with piano accompaniment, not sure on other instruments
    3 - very good arrangements!
    4 - as for the tracks, the following three sound like they're off the same 
    CD, or at least by the same band:
    --- West's Hornpipe
    --- JB Milne
    --- Reel of the Royal Scots, including within the set of tunes the four-part 
    version of High Road to Linton
    
    So, any suggestions welcomed!
    
    Thanks.
    
    - James Tween -
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    Iain Boyd April 23, 2006, 11:49 p.m. (Message 45092, in reply to message 45091)

    Dear James,
       
      A CD produced by Terpsichore in 1994 seems to be what you are
      looking for (although it does not include "J B Milne").
       
      Being an 'American' group, the CD should be available from TACSound.
       
      Regards,
       
      Iain Boyd
       
       
       
      
    
    James Tween <xxxxx.xxxxx@xxxxxx.xxx> wrote:
      I recently danced with a club where they use music on tapes copied from CDs, 
    and with no record of the original CD. Legalities aside, can anyone help me 
    track down a CD by the following criteria? ...
    
    1 - at least 5 years old
    2 - led by fiddle, with piano accompaniment, not sure on other instruments
    3 - very good arrangements!
    4 - as for the tracks, the following three sound like they're off the same 
    CD, or at least by the same band:
    --- West's Hornpipe
    --- JB Milne
    --- Reel of the Royal Scots, including within the set of tunes the four-part 
    version of High Road to Linton
    
    So, any suggestions welcomed!
    
    Thanks.
    
    - James Tween - 
    
    
    
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    Rebecca Sager April 24, 2006, 1:58 a.m. (Message 45093, in reply to message 45091)

    >From Dance Data (though I do own the CD as it happens) the only Reel
    of the Royal Scots with High Road to Linton is on Terpsichore's
    eponymous album (I've always wanted to use that word!) which also has
    West's Hornpipe, but not J.B. Milne. You could get a copy direct from
    Liz Donaldson, xxx@xx.xxx
    Becky
    Becky Sager
    Marietta GA USA
    
    -- "James Tween" <xxxxx.xxxxx@xxxxxx.xxx> wrote:
    I recently danced with a club where they use music on tapes copied from CDs, 
    and with no record of the original CD.  Legalities aside, can anyone help me 
    track down a CD by the following criteria? ...
    
    1 - at least 5 years old
    2 - led by fiddle, with piano accompaniment, not sure on other instruments
    3 - very good arrangements!
    4 - as for the tracks, the following three sound like they're off the same 
    CD, or at least by the same band:
    --- West's Hornpipe
    --- JB Milne
    --- Reel of the Royal Scots, including within the set of tunes the four-part 
    version of High Road to Linton
    
    So, any suggestions welcomed!
    
    Thanks.
    
    - James Tween -

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