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Life Begins at Forty

Cassette NRSCDS 106 Side 1: J4x40 Life Begins at Forty, S1x80 The Tyneside Schottische,R4x32 Nice and Easy, S4x32 The Octogenarian, J4x32 Windmills are Turning, S8x32 The Long Sands.
Side 2: R8x32 Tosson Hill, S8x32 Ronda Blue, J8x32 The Snake Pass, S4x32 Moorgate Ramble.

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Across the Tay

Cassette No. IB9305. Side 1: R4x32 Trip to Bavaria, J4x48 Across the Tay, S4x32 Dundee Whaler, R8x32 The Sailor, J8x32 Duke of Attoll's Reel, S3x32 Wind on Loch Fyne, Waltz
Side2: J8x32 Luckenbooth Brooch, S4x32 Autumn in Appin, R8x32 College Hornpipe, S4x32 Butterscotch and Honey, R4x32 Blooms of Bon Accord,S3x32 Byron Strathspey, R8z32 Duke of Perth

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Come Scottish Country Dancing

Newcastle & District Branch RSCDS NRSCDS 105C S1: Maxwell's Rant 8x32R, Miss Cahoon's Reel 8x48J, Drumelzier 4x32S, Red House 8x40R, Ladies' Fancy 8x32J S2: Mr Wilson's Hornpipe 8x32R, The Robertson Rant 80S, Muirland Willie 8x32J, Jimmy's Fancy 8x32S, Lauderdale Lads/Corn Rigs 8x32R

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Scottish Dance Masters Volume 5

Atholl Brose Recordings AB012 S1: Caller Herrin' 8x32R; Murdoch cairnie 8x32J; Our Compliments to William Marshall 4x32S; Douglas Henderson 0f Dundee 8x32J; Netherby Hall 8x32R; S2: Wha'ii be King but Charlie? 8x32J; The Highlandman Kissed his Mother 8x32R; Rumblin Brig; The Hills of Lorne Air; Miss Stewart's Jig 8x32J. Includes extensive recrding note and instructions for Murdochcairnie, Douglas Henderson of Dundee, and Rumbling Brig

The Ron Gonnella Strings with George MacIlwham

In Strict Tempo

Lismor LICS 5112 S1:Balcomie House 3x48J; Farewell to the North 32J 32S 32R; The Black Mountain Reel 5x32R; Wee Cooper of Fife 5x40R; The Duchess Tree 4x32S; Miss C M Barbour 4x32R; Hopetoun House 8x32J S2: None So Pretty 4x40R; Johnny Walker 64S 64J; Argyll's Fancy 4x48J; Strathglass House 4x32S; Spey Royal 40R 40S 40R; Postie's Jig 4x32J; Lothian Lads 8x32R

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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 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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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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