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The Playford Assembly

The introduction is a detailed commentary on English Country Dance covering the history, style and music. 125 country dances from the period 1651 - 1820 are listed with a modern interpretation of the dance instructions and music. Compiled by ...

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Envelope: Tribute to the Borders

Trip to the Borders'? Original tune in A Craighouse, Tune 2 is an original tune in D Mrs Methven to be used as a 2nd tune only for the dance if wished or if printing space allows'; Music for Daggs of Craighouse and Mrs Methven and descri...

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Folder: Book 31 Dances

Murial Johnstones handwritten arrangements for Book 31; photocopies of sources for music used in Book 31 collected by Alastair MacFadyen; correspondence relating to copyright; final proofs fo Book 31.

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File relating to Book 28

Includes correspondence relating to the dances and tunes chosen, copies of instructions and diagrams for A Trip O`er The Tweed, Pretty Polly, Bonnie Lass, The Star, The New Petronella, Mairi`s Fancy, Mrs Hill`s Delight, The Cumbrae Reel, Euan`s Ji...

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Folder: Book 30

Music, descriptions and diagrams for Collichur, Hame Came Our Gudeman, The Highland Lass, The Bawk, A Man`s A Man For A` That, The Guidman of Balangigh, The Cadies Lady, Short and Sweet; correspondence concerning arrangement of music and publication

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Report of the Edinburgh Schools Scottish Country Dancers Participation in the Jubilee Celebrations of the FIOCES, Paris March 1950

An article (by Jimmie Hill) extracted from the Scottish Country Dancer (Autumn 2017) describing the involvement of a team of Edinburgh school children in the Jubilee event. Included are copies of correspondence with Edinburgh City Council, copies...

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Miss M M Dow

Article by Alan Macpherson (originally published in "Dance On" magazine) and a short biography of Margaret Mary Dow founder member and teacher in Dundee Branch. Includes a description of Miss Dow’s Strathspey.

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