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Traditional Scottish Fiddling with CD

Traditional Scottish Fiddling with CD
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Bar Code:  9781871931389
Part Number:  1871931389
Brand:  Taigh na Teud

This is an ideal Scottish Fiddle tutor book for players who want more in depth information on how Scottish tunes are played. A detailed book of Scottish Fiddle styles including the different regional bowing techniques found in Scotland and dance music. Over 220 tunes from the West Coast, East Coast, Orkney, Shetland and the Borders with notes on the traditions in each area. The Book/CD option has 68 tracks illustrating the points as they occur and played by fiddlers from each area.

Aandowin at da Bow, A’ Bhean a bh’ aig an Tiller Chaol, Aboyne Castle, A Chaluim Bhig, Air Faillirinn Illirinn, The Ale is Dear, Am Faighir Muileach, Am Muileann Dubh, An Cluinn Thu Mi Mo Nighean Donn?, An Gille Dubh mo Laochan, Anthony Murray’s Reel, The Athole Highlanders’ March to Loch Katrine, The Balmoral Highlanders, Banjo Breakdown, Banks Hornpipe, Beaufort Castle, The Beauty of the North, Biodag Dhmhnaill ‘ic Alasdair, The Blue Bonnet, Bobbie Cuthbertson, Bon Accord, The Braes of Castle Grant, The Braes of Mar, The Braes of Tullymet, The Brig o’ Perth, Brose and Butter, Caberfeidh, Ca’ Hawkie thro’ the Water, Caller Herrin’, Captain Campbell, Carnie’s Canter, Carrick’s Rant, Chapel Keithack, Charlie Hunter, Chuir i Glin air a’ Bhodach, Circassian Circle, Come O’er the Stream Charlie, Corriechoillie’s Welcome to the Northern Meeting, The Countess of Crawford, The Cradle Song, Craigellachie Bridge, Craigellachie Lasses, Craiglug Brig, Craiglug Reel, Crodh-laoigh nam Bodach, Cropie’s Strathspey, Cumha Mhic a h-Arasaig, Cumha MhicCriomain, Da Day Dawn, Da Forfeit o da Ship, Da Foula Reel, Da Full Rigged Ship, Da Galley Watch, Da Mill, Da Mirrie Boys o Greenland, The Dancing Dustman, Dargai, Da Shaalds o Foula, Dashing White Sergeant, The Deerness Mermaid, D ni mi gun line ghlan? Derwentwater’s Fareweel, Devil in the Kitchen (strathspey), Devil in the Kitchen (reel), Donald Stewart the Piper, Donald Willie and his Dog, Drops of Brandy, Drummond Castle, The Duchess Tree, Dunkeld House, Duntroon, Ealaidh Ghaoil, The Earl of Crawford’s Reel, Earl Grey, The Earl of Lauderdale, Edgefauld House, Eilean mo Chridhe, Fingal’s Cave/Fingal’s Weeping, Fisher’s Hornpipe, The Flouers o Edinburgh, The Flowers of Edinburgh, The Flowers of the Forest, Forbes Morrison, The Four Poster Bed, Geordie McLeish, Gille Chaluim, Glengarry’s Dirk, Glengrant, The Glenlivet, Glenlyon Lament Greig’s Pipes, Griogal Cridhe, Gul Fhin, Gun d’Dhilt am Bodach Fodar Dhomh, The Haughs of Cromdale, The Haymakers, Highland Harry, Highland Whisky, The High Level Bridge Hornpipe, Hushie-Ba, I dal u dal, If I Get a Boanie Lass, I Hae a Wife of my Ain, The Inverness Gathering The Iron Man, James F. Dickie’s Reel, J. F. Dickie’s Delight, J. F. Mackenzie Esq. of Garrynahine, Jimmy o the Bu’s Polka, Kennet’s Dream, Kilrack’s Reel, Lad with the Plaidie, Lady Charlotte Campbell (strathspey), Lady Charlotte Campbell’s Reel, Dorothea Stewart Murray’s Wedding March, Lady Madelina Sinclair, Lady Mary Ramsay, Lady Mary Ramsay, La Russe, Lay Dee at Dee, Littlejohn’s Hame, The Lochaber Gathering, Loch Duich, Locheil’s Awa tae France, Lochrynach, Lord Dalhousie, Lord Seaforth, Loudon’s Bonnie Woods and Braes, Macdonald of the Isles March to Harlaw, MacKenzie Hay, Mackworth, Maclean of Pennycross, MacPherson’s Rant, Madam Frederick, Miri Bhn Og, The Marchioness of Huntly, The Marquis of Huntly’s Highland Fling, The Marquis of Huntly’s Reel, The Marquis of Lorne, Mary Walker, Maureen’s Jig, McCrimmon’s Lament, McIntosh’s Lament, Meurlach Loch Abair, The Miller o’ Dervil, The Miller of Drone, The Miller’s Rant, Miss Adie, Miss McLauchlan’s Reel, Miss Shepherd, Monymusk (country danc), Monymusk (Highland dance), Mr Douglas of Springwood Park, Mr Marshall’s Compliments to Niel Gow, Mrs Cree, Mrs Jamieson’s Favourite, Munlochy Bridge, Munlochy Bridge (strathspey), My Love is Like a Red Red Rose, The Navvy on the Line, Niel Gow’s Farewell to Whisky, Niel Gow’s Lamentation for James Moray Esq.