This commemorative book celebrates her Majesty’s remarkable and unprecedented anniversary by reprinting dances linked to Queen Elizabeth and her life, alongside information on the places, the people and the music, with photographs from the Society’s archives and beyond. There is an accompanying CD.
The first solo collection of Scottish country dances by Duncan Brown. The dances range in difficulty from the straightforward, suitable for intermediate dancers, to the complex requiring good phrasing. The Bovey refers to the River Bovey in Devon which flows through the town of Bovey Tracey and joins the River Teign. Any proceeds will go to the Devon Air...
Further Ado Scottish Country Dances By Hedge and HughesMusic by Gilbert Hughes Dances Devised by Lydia Hedge of Nova Scotia and Gilbert Hughes of Northern Ireland. When Lydia first heard Gilbert play on Prince Edward Island she fell in love with his compositions. Lydia Hedge and Gilbert’s friend Christine Scott of PEI, encouraged him to publish his music...
A collection of Scottish Country Dances to celebrate the 60th Anniversary of the formation of the Wellington Region of the New Zealand Branch
We are pleased to announce the release of a special compilation album to accompany the new celebration jubilee publication, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, A Celebration through Scottish Music and Dance. The compilation album features the 5 dances included in the book, plus 8 more tunes to celebrate the Jubilee!
A new CD from Susan and Shona MacFadyen with Ewan Galloway to accompany the book of 14 including sheet music by Jim Stott. The book is also avaiable for £11 or £20 the set - a saving of £4.
A new CD to accompany the book of dances by Sheila Trafford written to celebrate the 70th Anniversary of the Newcastle Upon Tyne & District Branch. There are 8 tracks by Marian Anderson's Band and 8 tracks by Iain MacPhail's Band