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Old 03-28-2020, 08:55 AM   #11
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Default Re: Worlds Grade 1 tunes

Originally Posted by magsevenband View Post
PM's of the bands of that era need to be called out for their ghastly repetitive tune selection as cited...turned a lot of folks off from caring about the Worlds anymore.
It's why I put together a multi-CD collection that includes every different march played from 1991-2007, each of the 34 Marches appearing only once. Due to Strathspeys and Reels having much less variety there's some repetition with those, but overall the collection is far more interesting from the standpoint of repertoire than any one year of the Worlds.

On average a new March appears every two years, resulting in a very slow increase to the repertoire.
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Old 03-28-2020, 09:03 PM   #12
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Default Re: Worlds Grade 1 tunes

Originally Posted by John McCain View Post
Basically, they all played Highland Wedding, Susan Macleod, and John Morrison of Assynt House.

Glad I could help.
I thought the march of choice this past season was Lord Alexander Kennedy?
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