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Bonnie Brux

A 80 bar Strathspey and Reel Medley By Margaret A Catto in honour of Dr, E Forbes-Sempill of the Dancers of Don. Music by Alice MacLennan and arranged by Annie Shand Scott. Published by James Blair Ltd (original) and Ross-Shire Printing and Publishing Co Ltd. (Reprint)

Diamond Jubilee Dances

A collection of 7 dances to mark the 5oth Anniversary of the establishment of Glasgow Branch RSCDS. The dances were selected from submissions to a competition for new dances. Music for each dance is included. Published by RSCDS Glasgow Branch

Let's All Dance

A Collection of dances (39) which the Compilers say are suitable for basic classes and audience participation. Compiled by Jo Hamilton and Susie Langdon Kass for the RSCDs San Francisco Branch.

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The Reel of the Edinburgh Military Tattoo The Gallant Cameron

Two dances devised by Iain Robertson and Published by Rae Macintosh & Co., Edinburgh. The Reel of the Edinburgh Military Tattoo first danced at the 1957 Edinburgh Tattoo and inscribed to Brigadier Alastair G L Maclean, CBE, Military Tattoo Director. The Gallant Cameron, a processional dance inscribed to the Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders. Music included for the Reel devised by the author.

19th Century Dance Programmes

3 dance programmes for dances held in the West Carse Hall, Glencarse (Perth). Annual Tea and Dance dated 31/12/1894: Grand Annual Tea and Dance dated 20/11/1896; Annual Supper and Dance dated 28/10/1898. Each programme includes an engagements page. The letter from Chris Saunders (Glasgow Branch Chairman) give some provenance for the programmes,

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Dancing Through Nova Scotia

A booklet of Scottish Country Dances by Pat Kent, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia. 4 Reels, 2Jigs, 1 Hornpipe, 4 Strathspeys and a Medley with suggested music. The booklet is thematic and the dances related to Nova Scotia with explanatory notes. Published by Halifax-Dartmouth Branch RSCDS on the Anniversary of becoming the first branch in Atlantic Canada.

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The Wagstaff Set

Three dances by Hugh Foss with Music by William Marshall. Mr. Edward Wagstaff’s Fancy R32; The Earl of angus and Arran S32; Miss McPherson Grant’s Fancy J32 Published by Hugh Foss, Castle Douglas

Glasgow 1990

A 32 Bar Jig by James B Cosh with music by David Davidson. Divised to celebrate Glasgow city of Culture 1990. Published by Glenshee Scottish Country Dance Club, Glasgow

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The London Highland Club's Farewell to Fetterlane and three more dances

A leaflet published by the London Highland Club. It contains in addition to the title dance (by Graham and Fay Cattell), three others: Valerie Rixon's Jig (by Graham Hamiltion, The Falls of Bracklin (by Barry Priddy), and Farewell to Paternoster Square (by Graham and Fay Cattell). The leaflet gives some information about the background to the dances.

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Bill Hamilton Album No.10

Photo Diary kept by William Hamilton of a teaching visit 1974
Details cities visited: Montreal, Ottawa, Sacramento, Vancouver, Victoria, Winnipeg, Toronto, Hamilton, New york San Francisco, New York, Washington DC

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The Scheessel Set

Five Scottish Country Dances by Robert Pine with music by Ian Thow
Alpin Fancy 4x40J; Dunstaffnage Castle 96 S; Jeannie Campbell 4x32S; The Spae Wife 128R: The Scheessel Reel 128R

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Look Aboot Ye

Look Aboot Ye a 32bar jig devised by Alan Rintoul in 1994to commemorate 10years of Summer Dancing organised jointly by RSCDS Clackmannan Branch and Clackmannanshire District Council

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