Relevant mailing discussion lists
Various mailing discussion lists provide forums for discussion on related topics.
I have nothing to do with these sites, so can take neither credit nor blame - if
you want to comment, please contact the maintainer(s) of the site in question.
If you're interested in mailing lists, you may also be interested in blogs.
Lists I know of include:
Covers topics related to Scottish Country Dancing - dancing, playing, devising, music, ...
Covers topics related to Highland and other Scottish Step Dancing - performing, playing,
teaching, instructions, ...
The highland dance network
- mailing list which spun off from the highland-dance mailing list (above) to discuss
the politics of highland dancing.
Ceilidh Junkies Online.
The Scots_music list.
Formerly known as Scots-L.
The Inter-Varsity folk dance festival - generally news of what's coming up next year.
The Traditional Scottish Music and Culture list:
Dance Addicts discussion list - a world-wide discussion
list mainly for people who do more than one form of social dance. The major topics are:
- Similarities/differences between dance types
- Study of the Social/Psychological aspects of Social Dance
- Related teaching, issues such as shoes, clothing, venues, music for dancing, etc.
Folk Dance Association group
This group is for all people interested in any kind of folk, square, contra, English,
Scottish, swing, ballroom, cajun, zydeco, Israeli, ethnic, clog, lindy, recreational,
step or vintage dance.
Scottish University SCD Events:
Mainly announcement of forthcoming SCD events within and outwith the University dance societies.
Tradtunes mailing list, dedicated to traditional tunes from anywhere and everywhere.
You can subscribe via the web.
The KitchenCeilidh list: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Ramblin' Rovers discussion list.
About the band Silly Wizard.
The Celtic Cafe mailing list.
Subscribe via the web.
The purpose of this list is to connect members of the Celtic Cafe and to keep all
list members informed about various Celtic events, musical groups, dance shows, etc.
The bagpipe discussion list: email@example.com . Check out
The bellowpipes discussion list.
CBMusic - Cape Breton Music online:
The list deals with all aspects of the past and future of Cape Breton music
as well as our exciting current music scene, including Acadian, Mi-kmaq, blues,
classical, neo-traditional and everything in between.
The Australian Piper list,
dedicated to the spread of information relating to enthusiasts of the Highland Bagpipe
in Australia. This email group is also supported in print by the monthly magazine, The
Australian Piper, although listees are encouraged to use this forum independently.
The harpists discussion list: firstname.lastname@example.org .
The harpmakers' discussion list: email@example.com .
A discussion list about Scottish matters, often with a political bias.
The gaelic learners' discussion list:
Send a message to Majordomo@sonic.net with a body of 'subscribe gaidhlig4u'.
The Lallans-l discussion list - discussion in
Lallans, a form of Scots. Subscribe via the web.
The FIDDLE-L mailing list.
For exchanging information, stories and resources related to fiddling.
The English Country Dance list: ECD@SSRL04.SLAC.Stanford.EDU .
The IRTRAD-L mailing list.
The Lowland-L mailing list,
dedicated to all of the lowland languages including Scots.
The welsh language discussion list WELSH-L:
Send a message to firstname.lastname@example.org with a body of 'subscribe WELSH-L'.
The welsh learners' discussion list CYMRAEG-L:
Send a message to email@example.com with a body of 'subscribe CYMRAEG-L'.
Flatheads (firstname.lastname@example.org - send mail with 'subscribe' in the body to
email@example.com to join) is a list for anyone who loves Irish Dancing, specifically for
those who are big fans of The Lord Of The Dance and other Celtic dancing.
I also have other pages of links:
General Scottish Dancing links.
- Dance types:
Scottish dance bands (includes descriptions).
Scottish Dance groups world-wide
Other events pages.
Health: Looking after your body,
Music: Scottish and Folk music pages
Relevant mailing and discussion lists.
- Scottish links
Other miscellaneous links which may be interesting.
Web stuff, including search engines and directories.
Or try ScotFind
Scottish Links engine.
If you have any other links you would like me to include here, please
me with the URL and some details.
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