Join the Hands Up for Trad Strathspey and Reel Society led by fiddler Claire Gullan to play some arrangements of great Scottish tunes on Wednesday 15th April at 7.30pm. All the tunes are below. Should be fun! We will play for 45 minutes!
There are 7 great sets of music and Claire will take you through them at different tempos. You can download them below so if you have time you can practice them!
The event cost £2 (+£0.74 Eventbrite fee) to take part. That will cover all the costs and pay Claire a wage for all her hard work in making this happen. We hope this will be a weekly event.
To take part you will need to download the free Zoom client. If you’re using a desktop or laptop download ‘Zoom client for meetings’ here. If you’re using a phone or tablet you can use the Zoom app instead on the iOS or Google Play app stores. Both are free! When you download the app you will have to sign up but it will be worth it!
When you have purchased your ticket you will be sent a link by email 1 day before event with link how to join in.
Claire Gullan is currently involved in a number of community music projects across Scotland such as The Cowal Fiddle Workshop and The Lochgoilhead Fiddle Workshop, one to one instrument tuition, she is presenter and producer of Claire’s Ceilidh Podcast, and a part-time student at The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, where she is currently studying for a Masters In Education, Teaching & Learning in the Performing Arts. Claire also enjoys a tune on the ceilidh scene, playing with her own band – Claire Gullan & Friends , and others.
Download the individual sets below or you can download all the tunes here.
- Gay Gordons – Mairi’s Wedding / The Sweet Maid of Glendaruel
- Jigs – Ness Bothan / Rocking The Baby
- Virginia Reel – Boil The Cabbage Down / The Hopeful Lover
- Gaelic Waltzes – Lovely Stornoway / Fagail Ghlashu (Leaving Glasgow)
- Strathspeys and Reel – Munlochy Bridge / The Marquis of Huntly’s Highland Fling / The Banks of Spey / The St Kilda Wedding
- Slow Air – Roslin Castle
- Reels – Kate Dalrymple – Far Frae Hame
If you have any questions please contact Hands Up for Trad