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Playlist for October

The following table contains a full list of the tunes in our repertoire and shows this month’s playing order for each of the two halves of the evening. We’ll play each tune 3 or 4 times and have a short break around 9 PM.
After 10PM it’s a regular session, with any tune or song and at any speed.

 

Full Tune List

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8-9

9-10

Albert Farmer’s Bonfire Tune    
American patrol    
Ball, The    
Bear Dance    
Bonny Kate    
Brighton Camp    
British Grenadiers    
Captain Lanoe’s Quick March   12
Christmas Day in da Morning    
Cock of the North 9  
Coleford Jig (a hornpipe), The    
Constant Billy    
Dribbles of Brandy   1
Drive the Cold Winter Away    
Enrico    
Fig for a Kiss, A    
Four Up    
Fox and Geese    
Galopede    
Ganivelle   2
Harlequin Air    
Harper’s Frolic    
Hunt the Squirrel 2  
Jimmy Allen 3  
Lemmy Brazil’s No2    
LNB Polka, The    
Man in the Moon, The 4  
Michael Turner’s Waltz    
Moon and Seven Stars, The   6
Morgan Rattler   11
Mount Hills    
Not For Joe    
Old Tom Of Oxford 5  
Oyster Girl    
Plane Tree, The    
Planxty Fanny Power 7 4
Planxty Irwin 8 5
Polca Llewlyn Alaw    
Portsmouth    
Rattlin’ Bog    
Rochdale Coconut Dance    
Salmon Tails 6  
Schottische a Bethanie    
Shropshire Lass, The    
Sloe, The   7
Speed The Plough    
Sportsman’s Hornpipe, The    
Sussex (Untitled Polka, The    
Sussex Carol, The    
Sussex Cotillion, The    
Three Around Three 10  
Tip Top Polka    
Uncle Bernard’s Polka 1  
Will’s Way    
Winster Gallop 11  
Young Collins 12  
Set 1: Oyster Girl – Captain Lanoe    
Set 2: Galopede – Portsmouth   10
Set 3: Albert Farmer – Harlequin Air – Shropshire Lass    
Set 4: Will’s Way – LNB Polka    
Set 5: Coleford Jig – Enrico    
Set 6: LNB Polka – Rochdale coconut – Tip Top   8
Set 7: Oyster Girl – The Ball – Captain Lanoe    
Set 8: British Grenadiers – Not For Joe – Portsmouth – Brighton Camp    
Set 9: Harper’s Frolic – Bonny Kate   9
Set 10: Constant Billy – Fox & Geese   3

I look forward to seeing you all on the 3rd of October.

Please remember to thank our hosts, Jason and Lisa, and to support the bar during the evening.

Dave

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Playlist for September

We’ll play each tune 3 or 4 times and have a short break around 9 PM. We usually get to around number 20 by 10 PM. After 10PM it’s a regular session, with any tune or song and at any speed.
  1. Cock of the North
  2. Man in the Moon
  3. The Dot Free Zone:
    1. Constant Billy
    2. British Grenadiers
    3. Speed the Plough
    4. Three Around Three
    5. Young Collins
  4. Bear Dance
  5. Old Tom of Oxford
  6. Fig for a Kiss
  7. Set 9: Harper’s Frolic + Bonny Kate
  8. New tune: The Sloe
  9. Sussex Polka
  10. Dribbles of Brandy
  11. Fox and Geese
  12. Morgan Rattler
  13. Sportsman’s Hornpipe
  14. Set 3: Albert F + Harlequin + Shropshire L
  15. Set 7: Oyster Girl + The Ball + Captain Lanoe
  16. Lemmie Brazil’s #2
  17. Sussex Cotillion
  18. Polca Llewlyn Alaw
  19. Moon and Seven Stars
  20. Mount Hills
  21. Set 6: LNB + Rochdale Coconut + Tip Top Polka
  22. Plane Tree
  23. Christmas Day in Da Morning
  24. Set 2: Galopede + Portsmouth
  25. Four Up
  26. Hunt the Squirrel
  27. Drive the Cold Winter Away
  28. Sussex Carol
  29. Will’s Way

I look forward to seeing you all on the 5th of September.

Please remember to thank our hosts, Jason and Lisa, and to support the bar during the evening.

Dave

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Playlist for July

We’ll play each tune 3 or 4 times and have a short break around 9 PM. We usually get to around number 20 by 10 PM. After 10PM it’s a regular session, with any tune or song and at any speed.
  1. Cock of the North
  2. Man in the Moon
  3. The Dot Free Zone:
    1. Constant Billy
    2. British Grenadiers
    3. Speed the Plough
    4. Three Around Three
    5. Young Collins
  4. Mount Hills
  5. Bear Dance
  6. Old Tom of Oxford
  7. Fig for a Kiss
  8. Set 9: Harper’s Frolic + Bonny Kate
  9. New tune: American Patrol
  10. Sussex Polka
  11. New tune: Dribbles of Brandy
  12. Fox and Geese
  13. Morgan Rattler
  14. Sportsman’s Hornpipe
  15. Set 5: Coleford Jig + Enrico
  16. Set 7: Oyster Girl + The Ball + Captain Lanoe
  17. Lemmie Brazil’s #2
  18. Sussex Cotillion
  19. Christmas Day in Da Morning
  20. Polca Llewlyn Alaw
  21. Moon and Seven Stars
  22. The Shropshire Lass
  23. Set 6: LNB + Rochdale Coconut + Tip Top Polka
  24. Plane Tree
  25. Set 2: Galopede + Portsmouth
  26. Four Up
  27. Hunt the Squirrel
  28. Drive the Cold Winter Away
  29. Sussex Carol
  30. Will’s Way

I look forward to seeing you all on 4th of July.

Please remember to thank our hosts, Jason and Lisa, and to support the bar during the evening.

Dave

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Playlist for June

We’ll play each tune 3 or 4 times and have a short break around 9 PM. We usually get to around number 20 by 10 PM. After 10PM it’s a regular session, with any tune or song and at any speed.
  1. Constant Billy
  2. Three Around Three
  3. The Dot Free Zone:
    1. Cock of the North
    2. Speed the Plough
    3. Young Collins – into – Uncle Bernard
    4. Jimmy Allen
    5. Rattlin’ Bog
  4. Old Tom of Oxford
  5. Set 7: Oyster Girl + The Ball + Captain Lanoe
  6. Man in the Moon
  7. Winster Gallop (G and Em)
  8. Ganivelle
  9. Request?
  10. Morgan Rattler
  11. Set 9: Harper’s Frolic + Bonny Kate
  12. Sussex Polka
  13. Polca Llewlyn Alaw
  14. Request?
  15. Moon and Seven Stars
  16. Set 6: LNB + Rochdale Coconut + Tip Top Polka
  17. Mount Hills
  18. A Fig For a Kiss
  19. Set 2: Galopede + Portsmouth
  20. Set 3: Albert Farmer + Harlequin Air + Shropshire Lass
  21. Sportsman’s Hornpipe
  22. Bear Dance
  23. Michael T’s Waltz
  24. Set 5: Coleford Jig + Enrico
  25. Schottische a Bethanie
  26. Fox and Geese
  27. Lemmie Brazil’s #2
  28. Plane Tree
  29. Four Up
  30. Hunt the Squirrel
  31. Sussex Carol
  32. Will’s Way
  33. Salmon Tails
  34. Set 8: British Grenadiers + Not for Joe + Portsmouth + Brighton Camp
  35. Christmas Day In Da Morning
  36. Sussex Cotillion

I look forward to seeing you all on 6th of June.

Please remember to thank our hosts, Jason and Lisa, and to support the bar during the evening.

Dave

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Playlist for May

We’ll play each tune 3 or 4 times and have a short break around 9 PM. We usually get to around number 20 by 10 PM. After 10PM it’s a regular session, with any tune or song and at any speed.
  1. Will’s Way
  2. Hunt the Squirrel
  3. The Dot Free Zone:
    1. Cock of the North
    2. Speed the Plough
    3. Young Collins – into – Uncle Bernard
    4. Jimmy Allen
    5. Rattlin’ Bog
  4. Old Tom of Oxford
  5. Set 7: Oyster Girl + The Ball + Captain Lanoe
  6. Man in the Moon
  7. Winster Gallop (G and Em)
  8. Morgan Rattler
  9. Salmon Tails
  10. Set 9: Harper’s Frolic + Bonny Kate
  11. Sussex Polka
  12. Polca Llewlyn Alaw
  13. Moon and Seven Stars
  14. Set 6: LNB + Rochdale Coconut + Tip Top Polka
  15. Michael T’s Waltz
  16. Set 3: Albert Farmer + Harlequin Air + Shropshire Lass
  17. Sportsman’s Hornpipe
  18. Bear Dance
  19. Mount Hills
  20. A Fig For a Kiss
  21. Set 2: Galopede + Portsmouth
  22. Set 5: Coleford Jig + Enrico
  23. Schottische a Bethanie
  24. Fox and Geese
  25. Lemmie Brazil’s #2
  26. Plane Tree
  27. Four Up
  28. Sussex Carol
  29. Constant Billy
  30. Set 8: British Grenadiers + Not for Joe + Portsmouth + Brighton Camp
  31. Three Around Three
  32. Christmas Day In Da Morning
  33. Sussex Cotillion

I look forward to seeing you all on 2nd of May.

Please remember to thank our hosts, Jason and Lisa, and to support the bar during the evening.

Dave

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Playlist for April

We’ll play each tune 3 or 4 times and have a short break around 9 PM. We usually get to around number 20 by 10 PM. After 10PM it’s a regular session, with any tune or song and at any speed.
  1. Three Around Three
  2. The Dot Free Zone:
    1. Cock of the North
    2. Speed the Plough
    3. Young Collins – into – Uncle Bernard
    4. Jimmy Allen
    5. Rattlin’ Bog
  3. Hunt the Squirrel
  4. Old Tom of Oxford
  5. Set 7: Oyster Girl + The Ball + Captain Lanoe
  6. Man in the Moon
  7. Set 8: British Grenadiers + Not for Joe + Portsmouth + Brighton Camp
  8. Winster Gallop (G and Em)
  9. Morgan Rattler
  10. Sussex Polka
  11. Polca Llewlyn Alaw
  12. Moon and Seven Stars
  13. Set 6: LNB + Rochdale Coconut + Tip Top Polka
  14. Set 3: Albert Farmer + Harlequin Air + Shropshire Lass
  15. Sportsman’s Hornpipe
  16. Bear Dance
  17. Will’s Way
  18. Set 2: Galopede + Portsmouth
  19. Set 5: Coleford Jig (dotted) + Enrico (not dotted)
  20. Schottische a Bethanie
  21. Mount Hills
  22. Fox and Geese
  23. Lemmie Brazil’s #2
  24. Plane Tree
  25. Four Up
  26. Sussex Cotillion
  27. Michael T’s Waltz
  28. Sussex Carol
  29. Constant Billy
  30. A Fig For a Kiss
  31. Salmon Tails
  32. Christmas Day In Da Morning

I look forward to seeing you all on 4th of April.

Please remember to thank our hosts, Jason and Lisa, and to support the bar during the evening.

Dave

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Playlist for March

We’ll play each tune 3 or 4 times and have a short break around 9 PM. I doubt that we will get to the end of the list by 10PM.
After 10PM it’s a regular session, with any tune or song and at any speed.
  1. Constant Billy
  2. Hunt the Squirrel
  3. The Dot Free Zone:
    1. Cock of the North
    2. Speed the Plough
    3. Young Collins – into – Uncle Bernard
    4. Jimmy Allen
    5. Rattlin’ Bog
  4. Not for Joe
  5. Set 6: LNB + Rochdale Coconut + Tip Top Polka
  6. Brighton Camp
  7. Plane Tree
  8. Morgan Rattler
  9. Four Up
  10. Man in the Moon
  11. Sportsman’s Hornpipe
  12. Set 7: Oyster Girl + The Ball + Captain Lanoe
  13. Polca Llewlyn Alaw
  14. Set 8: British Grenadiers + Not for Joe + Portsomouth + Brighton Camp
  15. Moon and Seven Stars
  16. A Fig For a Kiss
  17. Set 3: Albert Farmer + Harlequin Air + Shropshire Lass
  18. Christmas Day In Da Morning
  19. Sussex Polka
  20. Bear Dance
  21. Will’s Way
  22. Set 2: Galopede + Portsmouth
  23. Set 5: Coleford Jig (dotted) + Enrico (not dotted)
  24. Schottische a Bethanie
  25. Mount Hills
  26. Fox and Geese
  27. Lemmie Brazil’s #2
  28. Sussex Cotillion
  29. Michael T’s Waltz
  30. Sussex Carol
  31. Three Around Three
  32. Salmon Tails

I look forward to seeing you all on 7th of March.

Please remember to thank our hosts, Jason and Lisa, and to support the bar during the evening.

Dave

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Playlist for January

We’ll play each tune 3 or 4 times and have a short break around 9 PM. I doubt that we will get to the end of the list by 10PM.
After 10PM it’s a regular session, with any tune or song and at any speed.
  1. Three Around Three
  2. British Grenadiers
  3. Hunt the Squirrel
  4. The Dot Free Zone:
    1. Cock of the North
    2. Speed the Plough
    3. Young Collins – into – Uncle Bernard
    4. Jimmy Allen
    5. Rattlin’ Bog
  5. Christmas Day In Da Morning
  6. Fox and Geese
  7. Set 6: LNB + Rochdale Coconut + Tip Top Polka
  8. Plane Tree
  9. Morgan Rattler
  10. Four Up
  11. Set 4: Will’s Way + LNB Polka
  12. Man in the Moon
  13. Sportsman’s Hornpipe
  14. Set 7: Oyster Girl + The Ball + Captain Lanoe
  15. Polca Llewlyn Alaw
  16. Moon and Seven Stars
  17. A Fig For a Kiss
  18. Set 3: Albert Farmer + Harlequin Air + Shropshire Lass
  19. Sussex Polka
  20. Bear Dance
  21. Set 2: Galopede + Portsmouth
  22. Set 5: Coleford Jig (dotted) + Enrico (not dotted)
  23. Schottische a Bethanie
  24. Mount Hills
  25. Lemmie Brazil’s #2
  26. Sussex Cotillion
  27. Michael T’s Waltz
  28. Sussex Carol
  29. Constant Billy
  30. Salmon Tails

I look forward to seeing you all on 3rd January.

Please remember to thank our hosts, Jason and Lisa, and to support the bar during the evening.

Dave

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Playlist for December

We’ll play each tune 3 or 4 times and have a short break around 9 PM.
After 10PM it’s a regular session, with any tune or song and at any speed.
The playlist in December will be “by request” – anything from the playlist as long as we play the new tunes at some time during the evening … but please try and suggest the simpler tunes in the first half.

Here’s the list of tunes and sets we’ve played since we started, 12 months ago:
Albert Farmer’s Bonfire Tune
** Ball, The
Bear Dance
British Grenadiers
Captain Lanoe’s Quick March
Cock of the North
Coleford Jig, The
Constant Billy
** Drive the Cold Winter Away
Enrico
Fig for a Kiss, A
Four Up
Fox and Geese
Galopede
Harlequin Air
Hunt the Squirrel
Jimmy Allen
Lemmy Brazil’s No2
LNB Polka, The
Man in the Moon, The
Michael Turner’s Waltz
Moon and Seven Stars, The
Morgan Rattler
Mount Hills
Oyster Girl
Plane Tree, The
Polca Llewlyn Alaw
Portsmouth
Rattlin Bog
** Rochdale Coconut Dance
Salmon Tails
Schottische a Bethanie
Set 1: Oyster Girl – Captain Lanoe
Set 2: Galopede – Portsmouth
Set 3: Albert Farmer – Harlequin Air – Shropshire Lass
Set 4: Will’s Way – LNB Polka
Set 5: Coleford Jig – Enrico
Shropshire Lass, The
Speed The Plough
Sportsman’s Hornpipe, The
Sussex (Untitled Polka, The
Sussex Carol, The
Sussex Cotillion, The
Three Around Three
Tip Top Polka
Uncle Bernard’s Polka
Will’s Way
Young Collins

I look forward to seeing you all on 6th December.

Please remember to thank our host, Jason, and to support the bar during the evening.

Dave

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Playlist for November

We’ll play each tune 3 or 4 times and have a short break around 9 PM. I doubt that we will get to the end of the list by 10PM.
After 10PM it’s a regular session, with any tune or song and at any speed.
  1. Salmon Tails
  2. British Grenadiers
  3. Hunt the Squirrel
  4. The Dot Free Zone:
    1. Cock of the North
    2. Speed the Plough
    3. Young Collins – into – Uncle Bernard
    4. Jimmy Allen
    5. Rattlin’ Bog
  5. Tip Top Polka
  6. A Fig For a Kiss
  7. Plane Tree
  8. Fox and Geese
  9. Morgan Rattler
  10. Four Up
  11. Set 4: Will’s Way + LNB Polka
  12. Man in the Moon
  13. Sportsman’s Hornpipe (dotted)
  14. Set 1: Oyster Girl + Captain Lanoe
  15. Polca Llewlyn Alaw
  16. Moon and Seven Stars
  17. Set 3: Albert Farmer + Harlequin Air + Shropshire Lass
  18. Sussex Polka
  19. Bear Dance
  20. Set 2: Galopede + Portsmouth
  21. Set 5: Coleford Jig (dotted) + Enrico (not dotted)
  22. Schottische a Bethanie
  23. Mount Hills
  24. Lemmie Brazil’s #2
  25. Sussex Cotillion
  26. Michael T’s Waltz
  27. Sussex Carol
  28. Constant Billy
  29. Three Around Three

I look forward to seeing you all on 1st November.

Please remember to thank our host, Jason, and to support the bar during the evening.

Dave

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