DRUMMOND COOK S.D.B

FIND CELTIC MUSIC




Please select your country:

Drummond Cook S.D.B

Biography




From the CD Booklet " Scottish Dances Vol.6 "

Some musicians seem to be born to play together, but would you expect from the combined sounds of a fiddling motor mechanic, an ex-RAF accordionist, a Guildhall-trained pianist, a one time Boy's Brigade drummer, and a student of the Oberlin Conservatory of Music in Ohio, U.S.A. ? Bedlam ? Well that's just what you do get from Drummond Cook and his band.. only as a tune title, though !
Drummond and his very well-known band have played together for over thirty years now, with little change in the line-up.

Trained as a violinist by his father, Drummond so loved the music he danced to at Scvottish Country Dances that he determined to have his own band, and took up the accordion to give the band a strong lead sound. Drummond also composes for the band; This CD contains some great tunes by Drummond,his pianist wife Edith, and their daughter Carol, guesting on fiddle.

Strathspeys and reels by the Aberdeen fiddler Bert Murray are popular with the band too suiting their playing style. Drummond Cook and his band featured on Grampian T.Vs first live productions, and have played in a variety of styles, but we present them here in their own favourite way as Drummond Cook's Scottish Country Dance Band.

You can listen to short samples from some of the tracks from this artist using the player below.

Releases


ACCOUNT



SHOPPING CART

You have no items in your order.

MAILING LIST

Enter your email address below to get updates on new releases




TOP SELLERS


YOUTUBE

We have a YouTube channel where you can watch some of the celtic music related videos we've found.
www.youtube.com/allcelticmusic

ISA MUSIC

The downloads on this site are provided by Isa Music. They also distribute music to iTunes, eMusic, Spotify and many others. If you want to sell your music on all celtic then you register it online via Isa.
www.isa-music.com



MASTHEAD

Our current header image was taken by Nick Bramhall and you can find the original here.