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Quern *SCD* *Ceilidh*

Based in: Edinburgh Area
Style: SCD/Ceilidh
Typical line-up: Fiddles, 'cello, flute, mandolin, accordions, concertina, guitar, rhythm & singers. Up to 12 performers.
Recordings: Quern play the songs of Wallace Lockhart, CD, 1999; produced by Clarendon Records. Cassettes - Life of Robert Burns, Royal Mile, Quern in Concert.
Contact: E-mail: quernmail@linnet.co.uk
Web: http://www.linlithgow.com/quern.htm
Secretary: Wallace Lockhart
15 Clarendon Road
Linlithgow EH 49 6AN
Telephone - 01506 843845

Quern is an Edinburgh area, amateur music group whose members, in addition to playing and singing for concerts and dances, dance at the demonstration level. Quern has performed in France, Holland, Germany and Australia and has accepted an invitation to perform in Spain. At full strength for their concerts and shows, Quern has twelve on stage, fewer attending for dancing. Dances covered include Scottish country set dances, ceilidh dances and other ballroom dances. Instruments played include fiddles, 'cello, flute, mandolin, accordions, concertina, guitar & rhythm.

Quern have a range of recordings which stretch from shows such as 'Life of Robert Burns' and 'Royal Mile' to 'Quern in Concert' and songs written by Quern member Wallace Lockhart.

Quern was formed in 1984 specifically to raise money for charities, but with the clear intention of promoting the best of Scottish culture in entertaining ways. Many press reports and their appearances at major events such as the Edinburgh Festival Fringe vouch for their success.

Information provided by Ian Donaldson.

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