Aberdeen Strathspey And Reel Society - From Dee To Don

Aberdeen Strathspey And Reel Society - From Dee To Don

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(April 2013) 17 tracks: 25th Kings Own Scottish Borderers Farewell to Meerut / Dovecote Park * Sarah's Waltz * The Man from Newry / The Firefly / The Saratoga Hornpipe * ASRS Tribute To Donald And Sylvia * Blind Man's Reel / Black Velvet Waltz (performed by our Junior Section) * Elizabeth Adair / The Pomander Jig / My Dungannon Sweetheart / The Wind That Shaks The Piggery * Hamish's Tune / Lucky Scaup / Persian Dance * Highland Cathedral (with Graham Thompson on bagpipes) * Theodore Napier / The Sands Of Murness / The Fairy Dance * Highland Wedding * Ashokan Farewell * Munster Lass / Light And Airy / Janet Beaton (performed by our Junior Section) * Turkey In The Straw / Golden Slippers / Dixie / Oh Susanna * Seud Nan Ceud Bliadhna * Snug In The Blanket / Kirsteen Clavey / Calliope House * Bonnie Nancy / Margaret's Waltz / Pipe Major John Stewart / The New High Level * The Flower Of Scotland / Scotland The Brave / The Juggernaut / The Atholl Highlanders / Mrs Macleod Of Raasay / The De'il Among The Tailors / Soldiers Joy / Mason's Apron Staten Island / Caddam Wood (with Graham Thompson on bagpipes).

A second album release on CD, in celebration of the Society's 70th year, recorded at BBC Beechgrove studios in Aberdeen 1998.

A great variety of music, from jigs and reels and includes the lovely pipe air " Highland Cathedral", with the orchestra accompanied by piper Graham Thomson.

With a membership of over 90 the Aberdeen Strathspey and Reel Society perform regularly in venues in and around the city.

Their healthy membership, a tribute to their conductor Graham, whose warmth and enthusiasm encourages members of all ages to join the Society and develop a love of Scottish music.

Conductor: Graham Reid, Leader: Norma Watson, Pianist: Anne McCord, Junior Orchestra led by:Sheila Reid, Junior Pianist:Gordon Middler, Piper: Gordon Thomson.

Featuring: Karen Melville (fiddle Track 3), Gordon and Audrey Steele (accordion track 4), Linda Mountford and Keith Morrice (fiddle duet track 16).


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