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A Song of Scotland

WISE A Song of Scotland

This book comes from the mountains and glens and lochs of a land rich in musical traditions. Piano score, melody line, lyrics and chords. Includes Down in the Glen, My Ain Folk, A Gordon for Me, Tobermory Bay, The Dark Island, Bluebell Polka and many more.

  • £9.95
fiddlers tunebook

Kennedy, P The Fiddlers Tune-Book

Yet another 200 tunes, with chords from Peter Kennedy. How does he do it? This time the theme is the much neglected triple-time jig and waltz rhythms, once widely used for all kinds of traditional dancingin Britain and Ireland. The book contains 90 slip jigs and 110 waltzes.

  • £10.95

Rusby, Kate Kate Rusby Songbook Two

Finally - Songbook TWO is here! Songs from Underneath the Stars onwards. Forty six songs from Kate’s repertoire, some traditional, some original. Includes the Christmas material from Sweet Bells. Includes melodies, chords, song notes and photos.

  • £14.00
Dubliners Songbook

Dubliners Dubliners Songbook

Contains over forty songs in the versions made famous by this world renowned Irish group. Includes fascinating profiles of the members of the group, plus photographs. Complete with lyrics, music and guitar chords.

  • £9.95
George Formby Songbook

Formby, George George Formby Songbook

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In this outstanding words and music book you will find the best of George Formby's numbers, including 'Chinese Laundry Blues', 'When I'm Cleaning Windows', 'Little Ukulele', 'Leaning On A Lamp Post'...and many others. Every song is arranged for piano/vocal, with chord symbols and 'uke' boxes.

  • £14.99
101 Three Chord

Mel Bay 101 Three-Chord Hymns and Gospel Songs: For Guitar, Banjo and Uke

You need only minimal playing skills and three chords; G, C and D7 to accompany the beautiful songs of faith in this innovative book. If you are a beginning or "casual" player on a chording instrument, this is the book for you. The book is bursting with a great variety of timeless standards your entire family will enjoy. An outstanding collection of innovation arrangements made playable for folks who play for their own enjoyment. Melody and lyrics are included with all songs.

  • £14.99
110 Ireland's Best Carolan Tunes ( book and CD )

Canning J 110 Ireland's Best Carolan Tunes ( book and CD )

110 classic tunes attributed to the legendary Irish harper and composer, Turlough O'Carolan. A must for every traditional musician's repertoire. Suitable for all melody instruments. A CD of the tunes contained in this book is included.

  • £17.99
Irish Pub Songbook, The

Ossian Irish Pub Songbook, The

First wet yer whistle, then proceed with this superb bacchanalian feast of good old Irish songs, ballads and tearjerkers as they may be frequently heard in the bars, lounges, saloons, shebeens and snugs of Ireland. This book contains thirty six of the very best Irish pub songs, with complete words, music and guitar chords.

  • £3.99
Pauline Cato's Northumbrian Choice

Pauline Cato Pauline Cato's Northumbrian Choice

Here we have 89 tunes, with chords from the Northumbrian tradition presented by Pauline Cato, virtuoso exponent of the Northumbrian small pipes. This collection is an excellent introduction to anyone interested in this type of music and can be seen as a survival guide to Northumbrian sessions.Recordings of all the tunes are available on 2 C.D' s ' Minstrel's Fancy' and ' Bonny at Morn'.

  • £10.95
Kate Rusby Songbook, The

Rusby, K The Kate Rusby Songbook

First published in 2001, this book has become a best seller worldwide. A beautiful book, and a must for any song collection. Inclues melodies, chords, song notes and photos.

  • £14.00
1001 irish tunes

O'Neil O'Neill's 1001 Irish Tunes

This is the grandaddy of all Irish music books and is affectionately known as "The Book". Although not the most useful of books nowadays, it should be in every Irish musicians library. The book was first published around 1900 and was almost the only Irish music book around until well into the latter half of the twentieth century. The tunes were noted by Francis O'Neill in Chigago.

  • £19.40

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