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Sunday Class Dance Book 2

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The Dance Book contains 16 new dances and sheet music for 8 original tunes. The CD, by Marian Anderson’s Scottish Dance Band, has 15 tracks to accompany the new dances, plus a bonus track “Staircase in Styria” for which the instructions and sheet music are in the CD booklet, plus a short polka followed by Alex Hodgson (husband of keyboard player, Issy) singing Auld Lang Syne.

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  1. The Bees They Are a’Drummin’ (8 x 32 Reel)
  2. Tiaras & Teapots (8 x 40 Jig)
  3. A Musical Page / Calm Before Storm (8 x 32 Strathspey)
  4. The Courtship (8 x 40 Reel)
  5. Marja’s Buns (Medley - 48 Strathspey + 48 Reel)
  6. Sunshine in Lagos (8x3 2Jig)
  7. Pat George’s Strathspey (5 x 32 Strathspey)
  8. Newark Castle (4 x 48 Jig )
  9. Pirongia (8 x 32 Reel)
  10. Chriss Cross (8 x 32 Jig)
  11. Festival Dream  (1 x 64 Strathspey)
  12. Jan Maree (3 x 32 Reel)
  13. The Tipsy Vicar (8 x 32 Jig)
  14. Broadway (3 x 32 Strathspey)
  15. Merry St. Andrews (8 x 40 Jig)

Accompanying CD also available for £13, or £18 the set.

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15-12-2016

The Sunday Class Book 2

This new book, and its accompanying CD from Marian Anderson, are likely to appeal to a wide audience of dancers and listeners, with dances ranging from the straightforward to the complex, such as Marja‟s Buns, a medley for six couples in a “square” set. Each is accompanied by the story of its origins, which span the world, from New York to New Zealand.
Published by Jeremy Hill, in The Reel, RSCDS London Branch

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Sunday Class Dance Book 2

Sunday Class Dance Book 2

The Dance Book contains 16 new dances and sheet music for 8 original tunes. The CD, by Marian Anderson’s Scottish Dance Band, has 15 tracks to accompany the new dances, plus a bonus track “Staircase in Styria” for which the instructions and sheet music are in the CD booklet, plus a short polka followed by Alex Hodgson (husband of keyboard player, Issy) singing Auld Lang Syne.

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