The Seanachaidh - Ceilidh Electric A Time To Dance album
Ceilidh Electric A Time To Dance (CD, Album).
A traditional Scottish wedding, held at Blair Castle in Blair Atholl in the midlands of Scotland.
Ceilidh Electric (Extended remix) 11. Will Ye Go? (Instrumental remix) After a meeting in Nashville, I was asked if could find a way to mix up club loops with fiddles and pipes. electronic story tellers using Gaelic metric Psalms from Lewis as pads and mixing it up with trad instruments.
A cèilidh (Scottish Gaelic pronunciation: ) or céilí (Irish pronunciation: ) is a traditional Scottish or Irish social gathering. In its most basic form, it simply means a social visit. In contemporary usage, it usually involves dancing and playing Gaelic folk music, either at a house party or a larger concert at a social hall or other community gathering place.
Instructions for various ceilidh dances. This is a collection of ceilidh dances I know, saying how to dance them and what music they need. Just drop me a mail at iantishdance. Music: This is normally danced to tunes in common time (32 bar and the dance is 64 bars long) but can be and is sometimes done to jigs (6/8 tempo). 1-8: End couples (1 and 3) take ballroom (waltz) hold and dance across the set, men passing back to back, then dance back again, ladies passing back to back. 9-16: Side couples (2 and 4) repeat.
The history of the Ceilidh in Scotland and an introduction and lessons into some of the popular Ceilidh Dances such as Strip the Willow. It’s a reel, and it’s a very sociable dance, changing partners every so often, meaning your group of three will get the chance to dance with lots of different people. It dates back around 150 years, having first become popular in the mid 19th century. You might find that different villages or different areas of the country have slightly different versions, especially in the reeling part, but it doesn’t matter which version you do.
Ceilidh Minogue offer the Scottish dance music coinnoisseur a wider selection of flavours than usual to tempt the tastebuds. On this, their introductory menu, the Minogues present the worthy haggis, neeps and tatties fayre of Burns, Gow and pipe melodies, complemented by less familiar Scottish and Irish traditional dishes, all served up in a fresh style alongside some original recipes.
And The Gods Made Love. 02. Have You Ever Been (To Electric Ladyland). 03. Crosstown Traffic. Long Hot Summer Night. 07. Come On (Let The Good Times Roll).
A Ceilidh (pronounced "Kay-lay", emphasis on 1st syllable) is many things to many people. It derives from the Gaelic word meaning a 'visit' and originally meant just that. It can also mean a 'house party', a 'concert' or more usually an evening of 'informal Scottish traditional dancing to informal music'. Ceilidhs in the Lowlands tend to be dances, in the Highlands they tend to be concerts. Dances in the Highlands and traditional ceilidhs in the Lowlands are often referred to as 'ceilidh dancing' or 'ceilidh dances'. Ceilidh dancing is a more relaxed, non-competitive version of Scottish country dancing.
|1||Not So Drowsy Maggie|
|2||Ceilidh Electric (A Time To Dance)|
|4||Will Ye Go?|
|5||The Devil's Own|
|6||Berni Jigs Again|
|8||The Rock Of The Causeway|
|10||Ceilidh Electric (Extended Remix)|
|11||Will Ye Go? (Instrumental Remix)|
- Marketed By – Word Music And Publishing
- Distributed By – Word Music And Publishing
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Word Entertainment Ltd.
- Copyright (c) – Word Entertainment Ltd.
- Recorded At – Gartmore Studios
- Recorded At – Ted's Place
- Recorded At – Big Slippers Studios
- Published By – Daybreak
- Published By – J.P. Rudolph
- Made By – PMDC, UK
- Accordion – David Lyon
- Backing Vocals [Chants] – Heather King
- Backing Vocals [Chants], Engineer – Gordon McGregor
- Bass, Mandolin, Guitar, Vocals, Producer, Backing Vocals [Chants] – Sammy Horner
- Fiddle, Mandolin – Jean-Pierre Rudolph
- Guitar, Mandolin, Mandola – Jim Devlin*
- Keyboards, Programmed By, Backing Vocals [Chants] – Mark Hilditch
- Translated By [Gaelic] – Mary MacLeod
- Uilleann Pipes, Whistle – Kenny McNicholl
- Vocals – Diane McLeod, Gary Horner , Jacky Nai, Shirley Ann Nolan, Yvonne Whitty
- Vocals, Other [Vocal Coatching] – Marguarita Williams
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- Matrix / Runout: WMD007 01 6
- Barcode: 5 014182 993123