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The Rowan Tree/Jock o Hazeldean/Leaving Glenurquhart, 21 October 1987

Track ID : 86817

Two Scottish song airs followed by a 2/4 pipe march.

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Unknown, 21 October 1987

Track ID : 86819

A 2/4 pipe march played on the fiddle and concertina.

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3.

The Dashing White Sergeant/My Love She's but a Lassie Yet, 21 October 1987

Track ID : 86820

Two reels played on the fiddle and concertina. Followed by conversation about country dancing.

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Believe Me If All Those Endearing Young Charms/My Home (Mo Dhachaidh)/Unknown/Unknown/The Marquis of Huntly's Farewell, 21 October 1987

Track ID : 86824

Two song airs and a dirge, played by Sam Smith on the fiddle and Steve Sutcliffe on the concertina. Followed by a fragment of a tune that Bobby MacLeod (local dance band leader) plays. Sam Smith ...

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5.

Mrs Kirkwood's Waltz, 21 October 1987

Track ID : 86853

Waltz played on fiddle and concertina.

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6.

The Black Watch Polka, 21 October 1987

Track ID : 86854

A polka played by Sam Smith on the fiddle, with concertina accompaniment by Steve Sutcliffe.

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7.

Off to California, 21 October 1987

Track ID : 86829

Irish hornpipe played by Sam Smith on the fiddle and Steve Sutcliffe on the concertina.

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8.

The Boys of Bluehill/The Harvest Home/The Liverpool Hornpipe/Belfast Hornpipe (fragment), 21 October 1987

Track ID : 86830

Three hornpipes and a fragment of a fourth. Sam Smith and Jo Miller play the fiddle, with accompaniment on the concertina by Steve Sutcliffe. Followed by fragment of the 'Belfast Hornpipe'. Discu...

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9.

Breakdown/Unknown/The Drunken Piper/The Burning of the Piper's Hut/The Honourable Miss Elizabeth Campbell (fragment), 21 October 1987

Track ID : 86833

A reel followed by a selection of pipe marches; played on the fiddle. 'The Drunken Piper' was used for a dance made in a prisoner-of-war camp in Germany.

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10.

Campbell's Farewell to Redcastle/Dornoch Links/Unknown, 21 October 1987

Track ID : 86834

Two pipe marches played on the concertina and fiddle, followed by an unknown march.

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