(August 2013) : Tunes: A' Chreag Ghuanach * A Man's A Man For A' That * Ae Fond Kiss * Aitken Drum * Am Falbh Thu Leam * A Ribhinn Og? * Amazing Grace * Angus Macleod * An t bhan * The Auld Hoose * Auld Lang Syne * Babes In The Wood * Balaich An Iasgaich * Barnyards O' Dalgetty * Belfast Polka * The Birks Of Aberfeldy * The Bloody Fields Of Flanders * The Bluebell Polka * Bonnie Lass O' Fyvie * The Braes Of Mar * Bratach Bhan * Brochan Lom * Buain Na Rainich * Calum Beag * The Cockle Gatherer * Come By The Hills * Comin' Thro' The Rye * Corn Riggs * The Cumberland Reel * Dark Lochnagar * Dream Angus * The Duchess Tree * The Duke Of Fife's Welcome To Deeside * The East Neuk Of Fife * The Fairy Dance * Fairy Lullaby * For We're No Awa' Tae Bide Awa' * The Glasgow Highlanders * The Green Hills Of Islay * The Green Hills Of Tyrol * Hamish's Tune * The Harmonica * High Road To Gairloch * Highland Laddie * The Hills Of Lorne * Huntingtower * I Belong To Glasgow * I'll Gang Nae Mair Tae Yon Toun * The Irish Washerwoman * John Grumlie * Johnny Cope * Kate Dalrymple * Katie Bairdie * Keel Row * Kemnay House * La Russe * The Lass O' Gowrie * Loch Q Duich * Loch Lomond * The Lovat Scouts * MacFarlane O' The Sprots O' Burnieboozle * Macnamara's Band * Marie's Wedding * The Mingulay Boat Song * Mo Mathair * Mo Nighean Donn Bhoidheach * Mormond Braes * The Music Of Spey * My Bonnie Lies Over The Ocean * My Love Is Like A Red Red Rose * The Northern Lights Of Old Aberdeen * Northlands * Nut Brown Maiden * Off She Goes * Orange And Blue * The Queen's Four Marys * Rakes Of Mallow * Reel Of Tullochgorm * The Road And The Miles To Dundee * Roll Her On The Hill * The Roses Of Prince Charlie * Rothesay Bay * The Rowan Tree * Roxburgh Castle * Rubha Bhatairnis * Scotland The Brave * Seann Triubhas * Skye Boat Song * Soraidh Leis An It' * Sound The Pibroch * Steamboat * The Stronsay Wedding * The Sword Of St Columba * There Was A Lad * This Is No My Ain Lassie * Tom An T-Searraich * Trusaidh Mi Na Coilleagan * Uist Tramping Song * Westering Home * Whistle O'er The Lave O't * White Cockade * Wild Mountain Thyme * Ye Banks And Braes.
This is the first book in a four book series of traditional music, an exciting, popular collection of easier Scottish fiddle tunes.
The First ceilidh Collection from fiddle compiled and arranged by Christine Martin and Anne Hughes.
The fiddle tunes are presented in sets for playing for Scottish dancing or solo fiddle.
A great resource for fiddle groups, accordionists, school groups, fiddle orchestra, those wanting to learn more about Scottish music and dance.
This book is a must have for those just starting out to learn Scottish music and all Scottish fiddle and accordion enthusiasts at any stage.
Includes Scottish airs, marches, strathspeys, reels and hornpipes.
The book has large clear print with simple bowings and chords for accompaniment included.
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