Monthly news summary of all the happenings and up and coming events in the Scottish Traditional Music scene.
Compiled by Captain John A MacLellan, MBE.
Every piper worthy of the name should be able to play properly for dancing. These instructions will help the piper to gain confidence and for those just learning the instrument they will provide a set of rules and information much of which can only be gained by experience.
Music for Highland Dancing Tunes
Whistle O'er the lave o't (Seann Truibhas). Ghillie Calum. Jackie Tar. Harvest Home Hornpipe. Jack's a Lad. The Devil's in the Kitchen. The Irish Washerwoman. The Tenpenny Bit. Center's Jig. Kenmures on an' awa'. Atholl Highlanders. Circassian Circle. Petronella. Flowers of Edinburgh. White Cockade. Jenny's Bawbee. Mucking O' Geordie's Byre. My Love she's but a Lassie Yet. Scotland the Brave. The Gay Gordons. Hot Punch. Greenwoodside. Drunken Piper. My Home. Skye Boat Song. Highland Cradle Song. Longueval. Bells of the Shannon. Balmoral Castle. Highland Whisky. Lady Madelina Sinclair. Lord Blantyre. Monymusk. Munlochy Brig'. Orange and Blue. Braes of Tullymet. Clean Pease Strae. Mrs MacLeod of Raasay. Tail Toddle. Speed the Plough. Braes of Tullymet. De'il among the Tailors. Duke of Perth. Fairy Dance. Kilt is My Delight. Mason's Apron. Reel of Tulloch
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