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Pipe Major Angus MacAulay


Highland Fling Selection / Irish Jig Selection



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Pipe Major Angus MacAulay - Highland Fling Selection / Irish Jig Selection album download


A Highland Fling Selection
B Irish Jig Selection

Pipe Major Angus MacAulay. Highland Fling Selection, Irish Jig Selection ‎(Shellac, 10"). Danceland (3). DL607.

Pipe Major Angus MacAulay. Recorded London, 1950s. Highland fling selection – Intro. Monymusk (Daniel Dow); Brig. o’ Perth (Daniel Dow). David Ross (MacAulay); Paddy’s leather breeches (trad). Irish jig selection (Irish washerwoman dance) (trad). Ghillie Callum (Sword dance) (trad). Schottische selection – Intro. Back o’ the change house (trad); Duke of Gordon (Niel Gow); Braes o’ Mar (trad)

Highland Fling (6): Mac an Irish - Craig A' Bhodich - Balmoral Castle. 6. Irish Jig (6) Scottish Version: Paddy's Leather Breeches - the Irish Washerwoman. 7. Sailor's Hornpipe (6) Scottish Version: Jackie Tar - Bobby Cuthbertson. 8. Strathspey & Reel of Tulloch (2&4): Monymusk - Reel of Tulloch - the High Road to Linton - Jock Wilson's Ball. Highland Fling (6): Devil In the Kitchen - the Marquis of Huntly. 14 Songs, 30 Minutes. Released: 1 May 2008.

In comparison to Scottish highland dance, Irish dancers rarely use their arms which are held beside their bodies (rather than raised above the shoulders), legs and feet are frequently crossed (not turned out at 45°), and frequent use of the hard-soled step shoes (compared to ghillies or 'pumps')  . At the head of this procession were the skilled musicians with many sorts of pipe music including the music of bagpipes, and behind them others splendidly performing a war-dance with intricate weaving in and out. Bringing up the rear was a figure regarding whom it was difficult to decide whether it was a man or an apparition. Highland dances (such as the Highland fling and sword dance). national dances (such as the Scottish lilt, Flora McDonald's fancy). character dances (such as the sailor's hornpipe, Irish jig, and the cakewalk).

3/4 Retreat Marches: The Banks Of Allan Water, The Highland Brigade At Magersfontein, The Road To Sham Shui Poh. 3:270:30. Hornpipes: Jim Tweedle's Sea Legs, The High Level. The Flowers of the Forrest. Hornpipes and Jigs: Tam Bain's Lum, The Liverpool Hornpipe, The Kesh Jig, Rocking The Baby, Give Me A Drink Of Water. 11. 2/4 Competition Marches: The Conundrum, PM Willie Gray's farewell to the Glasgow Police. 12. Lament for the Children.

The jig (Irish: port, Scottish Gaelic: port-cruinn) is a form of lively folk dance in compound metre, as well as the accompanying dance tune. It developed in 16th-century England, and was quickly adopted on mainland Europe where it eventually became the final movement of the mature Baroque dance suite (the French gigue; Italian and Spanish giga). Today it is most associated with Irish dance music, Scottish country dance and the Métis people in Canada.

Jig. Jimmy MacGovern.

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