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OTHER CELTIC LINKS


Patrick Gallagher for Celtic Art information.

Anselm Lingnau for world wide SCD commentary on the
Strathspey server.

Ian Brockbank maintains a very inclusive web site for all kinds of Scottish music and dance. Visit him at
Grand Chain - The Edinburgh Scottish Dance Resource.

The
Trinity Scottish Dance Group in Toronto maintains a useful page of links.

For other Scottish studies in NYC, contact
The NY Caledonian Club

The Florida SCD groups maintain a nicely done cooperative web site that gives you information about the Sunshine State dance groups.

If you are interested in pipes and drums, check the links offered by
The Clan Gordon Highlanders.

The Gaelic Society of America (
an Comunn Gaidhealach America) maintains a web site for those interested in the Scottish Gaelic language. 

Harlan D. Whatley, of the NY Caledonian Club, founded
Skye Films in January 2001. The company's "mission is to document the Scots in North America from the 17th Century to the Present." The first project is titled The Tartan Apple: the Scottish in New York City from the 17th Century to the Present.

Dancers in the Inverglen Scottish Dance School have travelled the globe through their dedication in dance with Sandra Crosby. Their Scottish Country Dancing and the fine ballroom dancing of Scotland will carry them through their lives.

Ivonne Hernandez, of Vancouver, BC, is the reigning North American Fiddle Champion and performs "Classical Music, Fiddle, Pop and Jazz" solo or with her band.

StAndrews.com, based in Edinburgh and St Andrews, is conducting the "GLOBAL CENSUS of people with ties and connections to Scotland." Complete a census form to be included in the "World Clan".

Click on
www.ootthewindae.net for memories of a Glasgow childhood.

For current news about the National Centre for Research in the Performing Arts please and a Scottish traditional music graded exam, contact the
Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama (RSAMD).

To contribute to the Culloden Visitor Center, visit www.OwnThe Stone.org


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