For the French canadian Clog Dance, rough audio version and midi file, three times through each tune for practice (likely shorter for the dance).

Here's a rough mp3 of the aforesaid tuneage at learning speed. I think this is the right length for the dance.

Steve's song which we're going to include in our seasonal repertoire.  Thanks Steve!

Here's our tunes for the Milnrow Set.  Sorry, I couldn't get chords for one of them but I'm sure we can figure that out :)


Ceilidh Tunes and set list attached! :)

Steve has kindly provided the dots and lyrics to this wonderful song.  Thanks Steve!

Thanks to Mark the Mandolin, here are the dots for the Irish Washerwoman, which is to accompany our new dance, The Bill Gibbons Social Dance.

This is a tune I'd like to try for our new hornpipe (I know the tune is a jig but it's a complex hornpipe so it works).  It's the one we're current


Here are the lyrics to Raise Your Banner High... :)

Time for a very brief update with key information:

This is the song introduced by Tom, which he tells us is a setting by Peter Bellamy of a poem by Rudyard Kipling.

A rough (don't listen too hard!) practice audio for Michael Turner's for the Alex Woodcocks's clog dance.

Steve kindly came and recorded his song "Ellen Road" about the threat to the truly impresive mill engine in Milnrow, the last of its kind.

I'm loving playing this very Scottish heather mountain-soaked tune from accordian genius Phil Cunningham - what a tune, thanks for introducing it t

A list of all our dances, tunes and songs  to keep organised and know what to learn. Anything missing, please let me know. Ta, Geoff

Looks like we are using Soldier's Joy for a clog dance, a traditional UK tune which is a standard in American Bluegrass - they seem to play it fast

Rising stars Emily, Georgia and Paul, all around 12 or 13 years young did a fantastic job of the very scary task of recording their own voices for

Inspired by a great impromptu musical huddle between Tom, myself, Steve and Karl last night when we got this song going (while Tom should have been