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jbtsax

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Great humor. "The Lone Arranger Goes Mad" is a delightful piece to listen to and would certainly be a fun piece to perform. Shall we see how many of the tunes we can name?
 

PaulM

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Shall we see how many of the tunes we can name?

What a good idea. I'll just mention one - not sure if you have morris dancing on your side of the pond John, but there is a brief snippet from the Floral Dance. I recognised this straight away as it's a party piece I play as a duet with the lovely Mrs M. on piano when someone asks us to play something for them.
 

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Maybe we should do one each, so we're not too greedy ?

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God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen
 

Justin Chune

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I've played this a few times with the sax choir. Great fun and I'm going to run it with the quartet when we meet up.

Jim.
 

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What a good idea. I'll just mention one - not sure if you have morris dancing on your side of the pond John, but there is a brief snippet from the Floral Dance. I recognised this straight away as it's a party piece I play as a duet with the lovely Mrs M. on piano when someone asks us to play something for them.

The Floral Dance (sic) (aka the Flora Dance, but really Helston Furry Dance...) is NOT a Morris dance.

Yer 'tiz:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kSnCRKMh0Fs
 

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What is the name of the tune at 0:38? I am familiar with the melody, but don't know the name. Is it British or Scottish?
 

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Played this with a quartet and met myself coming back. Saw a group of kids do it at Harrogate Music Festival and it was flawless. Thanks for sharing
 

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