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9 thoughts on “ Dance - Jennys Bawbee (Strathspey) - Various - An Edinburgh Fancy 1979 (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. The Strathspey is a slow graceful dance. Its music, in 4/4 time, is characterised by frequent use of the “Scotch Snap,” a short-long rhythmic figure that is equivalent to a semiquaver (16th note) followed by a dotted quaver (8th note.).
  2. Sometimes known as Jenny's Gone to Linton in England, and in Norfolk, The High Road to Lynn. In Ireland, Kitty Got a Clinking Coming from the Races (DMI), High Way to Linton (Scottish Fiddlers, Welcome to Edinburgh) Recordings: Various, The Caledonian Companion (); Fife Strathspey .
  3. Sheena's Fancy She's Fair and Fause Sir James Baird's Strathspey Somebody Spey in Spate (The) Speyside Reel (The) Spruce Hill Stobhall Stroangassel Swing of the Kilt (The) Tamworth Chase + music Tapsalteerie Tartan (The) Thorntonian Jig (The) + music Threesome Jig Thrums Cairn (The) Travellers' Jig Trip to the Vineyards + music.
  4. The second section of the disc brings three choice stories of Jackie Leven's own concoction: the first of these, the infamous Sting's Dead, was recorded live in front of an anything-but-humourless German audience, while the second, Stupid Local Boasts, is culled from the double album of the two-hander show at the Edinburgh Festival which.
  5. See Jenny's Bawbee Dance Instruction Page John Ainslie Scottish Country Dance Band Playing Jenny's Bawbee, Sir Alexander Boswell Composition, Pipe Major Davie Murdoch playing Jenny's Bawbee on the chanter, Sir Alexander Boswell Composition,
  6. When Dingles records went bust, I called Roger Holt (MD of said label), popped round to his place, gave him a bunch of money, and in return, got 50 vinyl copies of the first Crows LP, the master tapes and the multitracks!! All done and dusted over a cup of tea. How civilised.
  7. Ladies' Fancy by Robert Lockhart. Scottish Country Dance Strathspey Medley--Burns Night RSCDS Edinburgh (Men) - Dalkeith's Strathspey by s
  8. Strathspey, slow Scottish dance for four or five couples, a variety of country wiracogongsittmebaskeserlimisjets.coinfo music, in 4 / 4 time, is characterized by frequent use of the “Scotch snap,” a short-long rhythmic figure that is equivalent to a 16th note followed by a dotted 8th note. The dance apparently originated about in the valley (Scottish strath) of the River Spey in Scotland.

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