Two lively English jigs, played on melodeon and on accordion.
Two English reels got from the playing of the Oyster Band back in the 70s.
I don’t know the names of these two tunes, but they sound Irish to me. Lively reels for English ceilidh/barn dancing. Interesting to compare how they come out on accordion and melodeon; both danceable I hope.
Three Strathspeys: Cameron’s Got His Wife Again + Memories of Father Angus MacDonnell + Jessie Smith.
Four jigs used in ceilidhs and country dancing: Murray River Jig + The Quarryman + Alastair J Simm + The Lemonville Jig.
Four Scottish reels: Petronella + Flowers of Edinburgh + Bottom of the Punchbowl + Circassian Circle.
Four Scottish reels: Alex MacArthur of Biggar + Willie Anderson of Dalharn + Queen Victoria’s Jubilee + Baldovan Reel.