Published February 1991
by Alfred Publishing Company .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||64|
This is great value now that books 1 & 2 are rolled into one and chords added. all the keys are straightforward for guitar/mando/ fiddle players. If you are getting into this kind of music this is the book to start with - plenty of other great stuff out there, but you can spend years working through these well chosen tunes (i just bought a new Reviews: 7. This book is crammed with core repertoire tunes for all traditional musicians. If you have no traditional music books, this is the first one you shoul First published in multiple volumes in the early s and now reprinted in one volume with chord symbols added, The Fiddler's Tune-Book is a landmark collection, edited by veteran folklorist 5/5(1). First published in the early s and now re-printed with chords, The Fiddler's Tune-Book was a landmark collection, edited by veteran folklorist and collecter Peter Kennedy. This book is crammed with core repertoire tunes for all traditional musicians. If you have no traditional music books, this is the first one you should buy. The Fiddle Tune Bowing Book Reels, Hornpipes & Jigs. BUY NOW. Add to Cart. Add to Wish List. Share Facebook. Twitter. Pinterest. Email. The Fiddle Tune Bowing Book Reels, Hornpipes & Jigs. Series: Willis Publisher: Willis Music Author: Robert L. Oppelt. An introduction to intermediate techniques for the young violinist.
Scottish Fiddlers' Session Tune Book, Vols. 1 & 2 Paperback – Decem by Anne Hughes (Compiler), Christine Martin (Compiler) out of 5 stars 2 ratings. See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from 5/5(2). Fiddlecase Books®, founded in by Randy Miller and Jack Perron, was the first publisher of books of fiddle tunes to appear in the great revival of traditional music in America. Learn more about our unique collection of tune books, including the new 3rd edition of Irish Traditional Fiddle Music and the 25th-. The enormous wealth of material in the Fiddler's Fakebook makes it more than a reference book to be left on the shelf. You will find it helpful in any playing situation--from a square dance to an informal gathering of friends. You can study it page by page learning those tunes Reviews: The Cello Fiddling Tune Book by Deborah Greenblatt [Greenblatt & Seay] A book of fiddle tunes for cello, with chord symbols and a second cello part for all the tunes. [54 pages] View Contents. Book: $ The Civil War Ballroom Band Book Music for a Midcentury Victorian Ball.
An excellent book with Tradional Airs for the fiddle. Covering Hornpipes, Reels, Schottisches, Polkas, Waltzes and Jigs. Also a nice introduction in the beginning covering the history of various dances, reels, etc and how many hornpipes originated in Rngland, Reels were generally given Scottish Names and Jigs Irish s: 3. The two Fiddler's Tune-Books were published in and '54, edited by Peter Kennedy and each containing tunes. I've found them extremely valuable, particularly for English tunes, as the market seems to be dominated by publications of Irish music. The tunes are presented in "bare bones" s: Re: "The" Fiddle Tune book - bluegrass & old-time Originally Posted by Adam Sweet The Portland Collections (there are 2 but the 1st one - blue - is the best). The Waltz Books (three of those, pink one is best) by Bill Matthiesen (sp?). Hey there future fiddler, Congratulations on beginning your journey into fiddling. The tunes in this little book are for beginners. However, even these simple tunes can be transformed into music.