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Well, we've started again, and we're working towards our autumn dance on the evening of the 24th November. Folks are welcome to work on the tunes and join us even if they can't make the workshops - there will be a practice on the day. We think it's a great opportunity to work up some tunes and play them for dancing in a band!

Sharp eyed folks will notice that I've started writing out the chords for anyone who needs them.

See the Singdanceandplay.net website for details over the coming weeks.

The Shepton Mallet Hornpipe https://youtu.be/5YlqSLu6JrA

The Hundred Pipers https://youtu.be/MdyMS5UaomA

A third tune will follow shortly in a reply to this post.

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Re: The Shepton Mallet Hornpipe, The Hundred Pipers and The Italian Schottische
« Reply #1 on: September 21, 2018, 02:45:28 PM »

As promised, the third tune.

The Italian Schottische https://youtu.be/VugbDp0iyWM

I hope some of you enjoy them.

Gavin

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Re: The Shepton Mallet Hornpipe, The Hundred Pipers and The Italian Schottische
« Reply #2 on: September 21, 2018, 07:45:40 PM »

I really enjoyed the Hundred Pipers jig!  (:)
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