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Grat for Gruel, 27 April 1979

Track ID : 78457

Comic song in which a weaver wants only gruel, and commands his wife to make it no matter what she has to use for cutlery, etc. Peter Cooke learned this uncommon tune for the song in Shetland.

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An Irish joke about a taxi-driver going through red lights., 11 February 1985

Track ID : 40712

An Irish joke about a taxi-driver going through red lights. [Beginning lost.] An Irish joke about a taxi-driver going through red lights. He did it because his brother did it. He stopped at a gree...

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Flowers of Edinburgh, 15 February 1979

Track ID : 68570

The tune 'Flowers of Edinburgh' is played on the tin whistle and diddled by the company.

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The Hamefarers March, 11 February 1985

Track ID : 86632

Shetland fiddle march played first as a fragment by Robbie Murray then in its entirety by Peter Cooke. Robbie comments on a Shetlander who composed waltzes and reels, heard talking to Robbie Shephe...

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Black Jock, 07 November 1973

Track ID : 87710

Peter Cooke diddles a bridal march called 'Black Jock'.

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Craigellachie Bridge, 07 November 1973

Track ID : 87722

Marshall, the composer of 'Craigellachie Bridge', was a factor in Grantown in the time of John Grant's grandfather. Mr Grant plays the strathspey slowly on the fiddle, commenting that it is too dif...

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Peter Cooke quotes a verse of a Shetland song about a would-..., 07 November 1973

Track ID : 87727

Peter Cooke quotes a verse of a Shetland song about a would-be thief warning his sweetheart not to give him away.

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Muckle a Skerry in Three, 12 January 1974

Track ID : 38110

The reel 'Muckle a Skerry in Three' played on the fiddle.

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The Braes of Mar, 12 January 1974

Track ID : 38113

This is the strathspey 'The Braes of Mar' played on the fiddle.

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The Ring, 12 January 1974

Track ID : 37995

A tune, thought to be entitled 'The Ring', played on the fiddle.

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