"This music, called Toots & Trips, was played in the Shire of the Isles on the eve of the 31st day of January, a.s. xxvi (being 1992 in the common reckoning), by the Consortium Islesium, namely, Baroness Bronwyn ferch Morgan & Lord Robert Ruadh of the Isles playing recorders, tin whistles & flutes, with Lady Robynne the Grey playing bones & calling the steps for the dancers of the Shire, namely, dance mistress Lady Gabriella, Lady Theresa, Lady Gabrielle, Emrys, & others whose names were not recorded.
The Shire of the Isles is on the coast of northern Caid, in a place which is known mundanely as Santa Barbara, California.
Recording was done on a Marantz mono portable cassette recorder on Maxell XLII tape with the proper bias & 70-microsecond equalization, using a single overhead directional microphone, a Shure similar to the SM58."
My CD has all songs except for: Black Alman and Hole In the Wall.
|Arbeaus BasseDanze (Caidan Meausure)||Consortium Islesium||MP3|
|Black Alman||Consortium Islesium||MP3|
|Black Nag||Consortium Islesium||MP3|
|Chiaranzula (Maltese) Bransle||Consortium Islesium||MP3|
|Gathering Peascods||Consortium Islesium||MP3|
|Hearts Ease||Consortium Islesium||MP3|
|Hole in the Wall||Consortium Islesium||MP3|
|Jenny Pluck Pears||Consortium Islesium||MP3|
|Juice of the Barley||Consortium Islesium||MP3|
|Road to Lisonvarna||Consortium Islesium||MP3|
|Maanschaft Pavane||Consortium Islesium||MP3|
|St. Martins||Consortium Islesium||MP3|
|Offical Bransle||Consortium Islesium||MP3|
|If all the World were Paper||Consortium Islesium||MP3|
|Picking of Sticks||Consortium Islesium||MP3|
|Rufty Tufty 1||Consortium Islesium||MP3|
|Rufty Tufty 2||Consortium Islesium||MP3|
|Scotland the Brave||Consortium Islesium||MP3|
|Sellingers Round||Consortium Islesium||MP3|
|Washerwomans Bransle||Consortium Islesium||MP3|
|Strip the Willow||Consortium Islesium||MP3|