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# 200 Traditional Airs : The Fiddler's Tune - Book - P. Kennedy

\r\nThe Fiddler's Tune-Book

\r\n200 Traditional Airs

\r\nedited by Peter Kennedy MelBay A134 \r\n

200 Traditional Airs. Edited by Peter Kennedy. For Fiddle. Solos. Fiddler's Tune Book. Fiddle Tunes. Level: Beginning-Intermediate. Book. Size 8.25x11.75. 52 pages. Published by Dave Mallinson Publications. (A134) \r\n

First published in multiple volumes in the early 1950s and now reprinted in one volume with chord symbols added, The Fiddler's Tune-Book is a landmark collection, edited by veteran folklorist and collecter Peter Kennedy. This book is crammed with 200 core repertoire tunes for all traditional musicians. If you have no traditional music books, this is the first one you should buy. This generous selection of some of the finest airs in the British Isles is sure to be welcomed not only by those same musicians who used the original volume, but also by the succession of younger traditional players eager to plunder this legendary treasure chest of timeless melodies. Complete with index with alternative titles, and an introduction by Peter Kennedy.\r\n

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Contents:

\r\nAll the way to Galway\r\nAmerican dwarf, The\r\nAp shenkin\r\nAstley's ride\r\nBarbary bell\r\nBarley meal\r\nBarnacle waltz, The\r\nBarrack Hill\r\nBeaux of Oakhill\r\nBelfast hornpipe, The\r\nBelieve me, if all those endearing young charms\r\nBetty Black\r\nBiddy of Sligo\r\nBiddy the bowl wife\r\nBig ship, The\r\nBilly in the Lowlands\r\nBlackbird, The\r\nBlacksmith's hornpipe, The\r\nBlanchland races\r\nBluebell polka, The\r\nBobby Shaftoe\r\nBoney crossing the Alps\r\nBonnets so blue, The\r\nBonny Ann\r\nBonny breast knots, The\r\nBonny Charlie\r\nBonny Kate\r\nBonny lad\r\nBonny laddie\r\nBonny lass\r\nBonny Tyneside\r\nBottom of the punchbowl, The\r\nBoyne hunt, The\r\nBoys of Bluehill, The\r\nBraes of Mar, The\r\nBrass nuts\r\nBreach of Killiecranky, The\r\nBreakdown, The\r\nBrighton camp\r\nBristol hornpipe, The\r\nBuffalo girls\r\nBugle quickstep, The\r\nBunch of rushes, The\r\nBung your eye\r\nCalder fair\r\nCane break, The\r\nCaptain White\r\nCastles in the air\r\nCats in the village\r\nCinderella waltz, The\r\nCircassian circle\r\nCliff hornpipe, The\r\nClog hornpipe, The\r\nCock o' the north\r\nCollins' reel\r\nCome dance and sing\r\nCome o'er the stream, Charlie\r\nCorn rigs\r\nCourting them all\r\nCuckoo's nest, The\r\nCumberland long eight\r\nCumberland reel\r\nCupid's waltz\r\nDashing white sergeant, The\r\nDavy-davy Knick-knack\r\nDevil among the tailors, The\r\nDevonshire waltz, The\r\nDorsetshire hornpipe, The\r\nDrink your tea, love\r\nDrops of drink\r\nDrowsy Maggie\r\nDrumley's\r\nDrummer, The\r\nDrunken piper, The\r\nDrunken sailor, The\r\nDurham rangers\r\nElks festival, The\r\nFairy dance, The\r\nFar from home\r\nFarewell to whisky\r\nFirst of May, The\r\nFisher laddie\r\nFisher's frolic\r\nFlax in bloom, The\r\nFlowers of Edinburgh, The\r\nFollow your lovers\r\nFriendly visit, The\r\nFrost is all over, The\r\nGalopede\r\nGilderoy\r\nGipsy's hornpipe, The\r\nGirl I left behind me, The\r\nGirl with the blue dress on, The\r\nGlise de Sherbrooke\r\nGobby-o, The\r\nGolden farmer, The\r\nGoodnight and joy be with you\r\nGo to the devil and shake yourself\r\nGrand old Duke of York, The\r\nGreen grow the rushes-o\r\nGreen hills of Tyrol, The\r\nGreenwood tree, The\r\nHarvest home\r\nHaste to the wedding\r\nHeart of my Kitty, The\r\nHexham races\r\nHigh caul'd cap\r\nHighland laddie\r\nHighland wedding\r\nHigh road to Linton, The\r\nHilly-go, Filly-go, all the way\r\nHoneymoon, The\r\nHullichan jig, The\r\nHundred pipers, The\r\nI'll gang nae mair to yon toon\r\nI'm over young to marry yet\r\nIrish washerwoman, The\r\nJacky tar\r\nJenny's gone to Linton\r\nJohnny's gone to France\r\nJohn of Paris\r\nJolly old man\r\nKa-foo-zalum\r\nKatie's rambles\r\nKeel row, The\r\nKenmore lads\r\nKing of the cannibal islands\r\nKing of the fairies\r\nKing's head\r\nKing William of Orange\r\nKitty O'Lynn\r\nLaides' triumph\r\nLad wi' the plaidie, The\r\nLady in the boat, The\r\nLady Mary Douglas\r\nLady of the lake, The\r\nLannigan's ball\r\nLarry Bourne\r\nLa Russe\r\nLassie's fancy, The\r\nLass o' Gowrie\r\nLass on the strand, The\r\nLily white, The\r\nLiverpool hornpipe, The\r\nLondon bridge\r\nLong dance, The\r\nLord MacDonald\r\nLord Moira\r\nLoudon's bonny woods\r\nLovely Nancy\r\nLove, port and sherry\r\nLove, won't you marry me?\r\nMaggie\r\nMaggie Brown\r\nMaid of Glenconnel, The\r\nManchester hornpipe, The\r\nMarlow\r\nMarquis of Lorne, The\r\nMary the maid\r\nMason's apron, The\r\nMay day\r\nMerry blacksmith, The\r\nMerry masons\r\nMerry Sherwood rangers\r\nMinstrel's fancy, The\r\nMiss Forbes' farewell\r\nMiss McLeod's\r\nMoney musk, The\r\nMorning star, The\r\nMorpeth rant, The\r\nMuckin' o' Geordie's byre\r\nMuses, The\r\nMy home\r\nMy lodging's on the cold, cold ground\r\nMy love is but a lassie yet\r\nMy wife's a wanton wee thing\r\nNae luck aboot the hoose\r\nNancy Dill\r\nNancy's fancy\r\nNapoleon crossing the Alps\r\nNavvie on the line\r\nNew rigged ship, The\r\nNinepins\r\nNinety-five\r\nNo place like home\r\nNottingham swing\r\nOats, peas, beans\r\nOff she goes\r\nOff to California\r\nOld Johnny Walker\r\nOld Rosin, the beau\r\nOrange and blue\r\nOver the hills to glory\r\nOver the moor\r\nOver the water to Charlie\r\nOyster girl\r\nPaddy on the turnpike\r\nPeacemakers hornpipe\r\nPeggy's wedding\r\nPerfect cure, The\r\nPersian hunt, The\r\nPet of the pipers\r\nPetronella\r\nPetticoat string\r\nPickle tow, The\r\nPiper's fancy\r\nPirate's waltz, The\r\nPlymouth lasses\r\nPolly put the kettle on\r\nPop goes the weasel\r\nPortland fancy\r\nPriest's leap, The\r\nPrincess Margaret's fancy\r\nPullet, The\r\nQuaker's wife, The\r\nRachael Rae\r\nRakes of the mallow, The\r\nRed stocking, The\r\nRickett's hornpipe\r\nRifleman, The\r\nRoaring jelly\r\nRollicking Irishman, The\r\nRolling down the hill\r\nRose tree, The\r\nRoxburgh castle\r\nRuby hornpipe, The\r\nRyth wyth\r\nSaddle the pony\r\nSalamanca, The\r\nSalmon tail up the river\r\nScotch Mary\r\nScotland is my ain hame\r\nScottish soldier, A\r\nSelf, The\r\nShepherd's wife, The\r\nSilver pin, The\r\nSlashers\r\nSleeping moggy\r\nSleepy Maggie\r\nSligo fancy\r\nSmash the windows\r\nSmith's a gallant fireman, The\r\nSoldier's joy\r\nSome say the devil's dead\r\nSong of sixpence\r\nSpeed the plough\r\nStarry night for a ramble, A\r\nStaten Island\r\nSteamboat hornpipe, The\r\nSteamboat waltz, The\r\nSt. Patrick's day\r\nStumpey\r\nSylph, The\r\nTempest, The\r\nTenpenny bit, The\r\nThree meet\r\nThree sea captains, The\r\nThree "waltz-ons"\r\nTimour the tartar\r\nTink-a-tink\r\nTorry Burn lasses\r\nTrip to the cottage, The\r\nTriumph, The\r\nTurkey in the straw, The\r\nWaltz country dance\r\nWashing day, The\r\nWee Willie Winkie\r\nWest end, The\r\nWhen daylight shines\r\nWhen sick, is it tea you want?\r\nWhiskey hornpipe, The\r\nWhite cockade, The\r\nWild hills o' Wannies, The\r\nWithin a mile\r\nWittle Dean\r\nWonder hornpipe, The\r\nYankee Doodle\r\nYarmouth reel, The\r\nYorkshire lasses\r\nYoung Jane\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n\r\nFirst published in multiple volumes in the early 1950s \r\nand now reprinted in one volume with chord symbols added,\r\nThe Fiddler's Tune-Book is a landmark collection, edited \r\nby veteran folklorist and collecter Peter Kennedy. \r\nThis book is crammed with 200 core repertoire tunes for \r\nall traditional musicians. If you have no traditional \r\nmusic books, this is the first one you should buy. \r\nThis generous selection of some of the finest airs in \r\nthe British Isles is sure to be welcomed not only by \r\nthose same musicians who used the original volume, but \r\nalso by the succession of younger traditional players \r\neager to plunder this legendary treasure chest of \r\ntimeless melodies. Complete with index with alternative \r\ntitles, and an introduction by Peter Kennedy.\r\n \r\nBeginning-Intermediate 52 Saddlestitch 8.25 x 11.75 \r\n \r\n\r\n