In 2019 Leeds Branch Shop decided to reprint Jean Attwood's Leaflets in one volume in order to preserve them and make them available to the Scottish Dancing community both in the UK and worldwide. This has been done with the agreement of Jean's brother, John Jarratt. Diagrams have not be included in the book, but the available ones can be downloaded from...
A new recording by Ian Robertson & Muriel Johnstone "It all began with a casual observation about how many tunes are dedicated to someone with the name Robertson. And the further we looked, the more we discovered until we realised that we had enough material for an entire CD!"
A three part set consisting of a book, Thirty Popular Dances, Vol.Two and two accompanying CDs. One CD of new recordings by James Coutts and his Scottish Dance Band and a second CD, a re-releasing RSCDS archive recordings Save by buying the full set for £30.
Colin Dewar and his Scottish Dance Band
Music to accompany the Mary Brandon The Emigrant Scot Book of Dances is produced by The Bluebell SCD Trio - Akiko Kasama (Piano, Bassoon, Contra Bassoon), Kana Otake (Fiddle) and Fumitaka Saito (Recorder, Bird Flageolet)Accompanying Book
This collection of 12 Scottish Country dances have all been inspired by the County of Cornwall and have been chosen as they represent the many diverse and interesting facets of the county. I hope that you enjoy trying out these dances and should you find yourself in Cornwall one day a warm welcome is extended to all to come and dance with us.
31 dances to mark the 40th Anniversary of the Chicago Branch. This book includes dances written by Chicago dancers through the years, and many dances written especially for the 40th anniversary both by local dancers and by friends from other nearby branches.
The New World Scottish Dancers Collection, Volume 2 - Country Dances - A new collection of 19 Scottish Country Dances of various levels, created by or for members of the New World Scottish Dancers. Also included are 8 tunes composed by Steve Wyrick for members of the New World Scottish Dancers.