I discovered a directory of old Scottish words and "talking Turkish" meant talking a load of rubbish. I am often accused of "talking Turkish "………wonder why Composer website: http://www.banshee.org.uk Publisher: Tune type: Strathspey Listen: If you have a question for Tony Davis you can contact them here. If there is no link there is no […]
I wrote this strathspey after some research around WW1 and the effect the end of the war had on some soldiers. Many had little to go home to and after their experiences on the battlefield the prospect of no job and hardship after all they had endured was quite daunting Composer website: http://www.banshee.org.uk Publisher: Tune […]
Scolty Hill sits on the south side of the river Dee at Banchory, Deeside. A monument, built for General William Burnett in 1840, stands at the top and is surrounded by abundant carpets of beautiful purple heather. Composer website: http://www.clairegullanmusic.co.uk Publisher: prs Tune type: Strathspey Listen: If you have a question for CLAIRE GULLAN you […]
The first tune "A Winter Yet" is a medium-paced strathspey and leads on into the reel "The Crackit Bowl". I composed the reel to be an adaptation of the strathspey tune. Suggest play each tune twice. No prizes for guessing which old Scots sayings I got the titles from! Composer website: Publisher: Tune type: Strathspey […]
A tune for my sister, after having to have her thumb stitched up! Composer website: http://www.louisebichan.co.uk Publisher: Tune type: Strathspey Listen: If you have a question for Louise Bichan you can contact them here. If there is no link there is no contact address.