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Bill Clement has always been known far and wide as "The Dancers' Piper" and his association with The Royal Scottish Country Dance Society is a long one.
Most of the tracks on this album have been recorded especially for dancers, the pipes being accompanied by Muriel Johnstone's Band. It also includes a selection of Church music recorded in Closeburn Parish Churcvh, Thornhill, Dumfriesshire where Bill Clement is a church elder.
Musicians: Bill Clement - pipes; Marion Anderson: accordion; Keith Smith - fiddle; Muriel Johnstone - piano; Ronnie Currie - bass; Gordon Smith - drums; Tom Carrick - organ; Robert Lind - voice (baritone).
"An astonishing yet sensitive and moving effect." Scots Magazine
|1/1||Black Watch Tunes|
|1/2||The Saltire Society Reel (8 X 32 reels)|
|1/3||Major Iain Stewart (8 X 32 jig)|
|1/4||Mr Yasumuro's Strathspey (4 X 32 Strathspey)|
|1/5||Highland Schottische / Barn Dance|
|1/6||Church Music Selection|
|1/7||Atsuko's Wedding (8 X 32 reels)|
|1/8||Jo McDiarmid's Jig|
|1/9||The Duchess Of Atholl's Slipper (8 X 32 reels)|
|1/10||Blue Bonnets Over The Border(Ladies Step Dance – 6 steps)|
|1/11||The Reel Of The Royal Scots(8 X 32 reels)|
|1/13||Church Music Selection|
|1/14||The Earl Of Mansfield (4 X 48 reel)|
|1/15||The Colonel Is A Lady((8 X 40 jig)|
|Deliver to:||United Kingdom|