Monthly Archives: September 2017

29 September 2017: What we played

Spotted Pony (D) Single-Footing Horse (D) Rose Tree (D) Year of Jubilo (D) Maison de Glace (D) Le Printemps (demo) Home with the Girls in the Morning (dm) Camp Meeting on the 4th of July (D) La Promeneuse (D) Glise … Continue reading

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From David, more of the story

Some additional historical details: Susan Conger and Susie Secco, along with numerous others including me, had long been part of the rich musical landscape of the Monday Night Dance in Amherst. When the English musicians and dancers took over the … Continue reading

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Slower, faster

A free-reed player named Judy Minot went on a tear about speed in response to another free-reed player saying  she couldn’t go to a workshop because she couldn’t play fast enough.   See  Judy’s diatribe (her word) dated September 19, … Continue reading

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18 September 2017

Scolley’s (em) Spootiskerry (G) Shoes and Stockings (G) Ora Lee (G) Nail That Catfish (G) Bellman’s Jig (G) Arizona (G) High Clouds (G) JD Robinson of Brasstown (G) Sandy Boys (A) Hommage á Edmund Parizeau (A) On the Danforth (A) … Continue reading

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