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December 03, 2018

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Thanks for the review! I have ordered both CDs.

Unfortunately, their "North & South" samples are not availaible

Well, I'd be happy to play some samples for you if we were ever, hmm, in the same city or something...

The CDs are well worth it. Enjoy!

interesting................

Actually, theis Chorus Jig sounds like reel, while rustic reel sounds like jig.

Anyway, the CD is great. Thanks for the review!

As Yuriy no doubt knows, but others might not, the fact that a dance has a tune type in the title doesn't mean the music is necessarily of that sort. Or vice-versa. The name-tune for Chorus Jig is, in fact, a reel, and the name-tune for Rustic Reel is, in fact, a jig. Life is weird like that.

I'm glad you like the CD!

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