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Domino Five
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Domino Five

by Kenny Thomson & the Wardlaw Scottish Dance Band

Fourteen tracks featuring dances which are popular in Ayrshire and in Galloway.  Reels, jigs and strathspeys to keep you dancing or at least your feet tapping. The album title refers to the dance of the same name but also has major significance in another sense. One of the most popular accordions used for playing Scottish music is the Hohner Morino Domino Five -the couplars which are used to change the accordion tone look like a set of dominoes!



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Track Name Listen
1/1 Warm-Up Waltz
1/2 Domino Five (5 X 32 Reel)
1/3 The Gilly Flower (8 X 32 Jig)
1/4 Wind on Loch Fyne (3 X 32 Strathspey)
1/5 The Royal Yacht Brittania (8 X 40 Reel)
1/6 Cuillins of Skye (8 X 32 Strathspey)
1/7 The Ayr Promenade (4 X 32 Jig)
1/8 Isabella's Travels (4 X 32 Reel)
1/9 St. Columba's Strathspey (5 X 32 Strathspey)
1/10 Noah's Ark (8 X 32 Jig)
1/11 Inverneill House (8 X 32 Reel)
1/12 Bonnie Stronshiray (8 X 32 Strathspey)
1/13 Farewell to Crumlin (4 X 32 Jig)
1/14 Portnacraig (8 X 32 Reel)
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