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    Marie Disiewicz May 10, 2006, 5:55 p.m. (Message 45217)

    HI to all
    Another question to you, a group with good opinions about what you want.
    With the many dances from the favourite dance list that we have seen
    on the Strathspey Server or from your own area, which of these would
    you like to have a new recordings of?
    
    Which of the 2 cpl dances that have been recorded 8 times through,
    would you like recorded again  6 times through.
    
    Using the recommended tunes to the dance for those dances that have
    such recommendation of course.
    
    Do you have tunes that you would like to have a recording of in a dance?
    
    Would you like  a Sing a Long CD to dance to????
    
    For those who have seen the old greats come and go what sound did they
    have that you would like to hear again, that just cannot be recaptured
    with the redubbing or remastering of the old records.Do you have
    suggestions?
    
    It seems even though we do have a great many bands recording CDs,
    there is still people who want more to finish their collection of
    recorded music.
    
    You the Strathspey group have good choices. The  musicians who are
    reading your postings can make decisions as to what to produce when
    they have the sources and energy to give of their talent.
    
    Responses of course should be sent to the Strathspey Server, those who
    want to ask questions of me, send to xxxxxxxx@xxxxx.xxx
    
    Cheers
    Marie
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    Peter McClure May 10, 2006, 10:36 p.m. (Message 45226, in reply to message 45217)

    >Which of the 2 cpl dances that have been recorded 8 times through, 
    >would you like recorded again  6 times through.
    
    Any or all;  just so we have a choice when using recordings.  A 6x32 
    set with The De'il's Awa ... would be nice.
    
    >Do you have tunes that you would like to have a recording of in a dance?
    
    A set for The Corner House Jig (8x32; maybe with all Andrew Rankine 
    tunes?) would be nice.
    
    Peter McClure
    Winnipeg, MB
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    Ron Mackey May 11, 2006, 12:13 a.m. (Message 45227, in reply to message 45217)

    > Responses of course should be sent to the Strathspey Server, 
    > 
    > Cheers
    > Marie  
    
    Well, we're using Glayva and The Duke of Atholl's Reel quite a bit 
    these days.  Always Handy when you only have 12 dancers turn up.
    	There's always The Happy Meeting, Kendall's Hornpipe, 
    Sean Truibhas Willichan, The Lammermuir Hills The Sauchie 
    Haugh, Alltshellach and a new version of The Duchess of Atholl's 
    Slipper wouldn't come amiss.
    	Well ---- :~)
    
    Happy Dancing,
    Ron   :)
    
    Ron Mackey
    Mottingham, London
    London, Croydon & International Branches

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