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.
Musick’s Delight on the Modern Cittern is intended for the beginner seeking a collection of simple yet attractive tunes that are enjoyable to play; the more intermediate player desirous of widening their repertoire; and any player in want of a collection of tunes upon which they can build further.
All tunes are presented in both notation and tablature, together with chords for an accompaniment, in GDGDG for cittern and GDAE for mandolin and octave mandola, plus two hundred and fifty chords each for GDGDG and GDAE. Bouzouki and tenor mandola players can also play these tunes via the tablature.
From the age of knights, castles and courtly love; from the palaces and gardens of Renaissance Europe; and from the assemblies, playhouses and noisy streets of seventeenth and eighteenth-century London: Musick’s Delight on the Modern Cittern presents a repertoire spanning 600 years – as delightfully playable and addictive now as it was then.
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.
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.
This book of 101 easy tunes for any melody instrument has been compiled to give beginners and novices an accessible source of easy tunes. These easy but interesting tunes will give enormous pleasure to both player and listener. Only 14 notes are required to play all 101 tunes, which include folk melodies and Irish tunes.
Nick Barber has been part of traditional English music sessions for many years. This, his second book contains 95 of his favourite tunes, accurately transcribed, referring to original sources wherever possible. Also included is information about each tune
Band Time is the long awaited sequel to ‘Band Swing’ and is a tune book arranged for folk dance musicians who like playable tunes which work well together. Edited by piano accordion player Pete Mac, this book is an indispensable source for folk dance band
A collection of songs from England's rich musical heritage. Each song is complete with full lyrics, chord symbols and guitar chord diagrams. Includes The Vicar of Brae, Maggie May, Give Me the Punch Ladle and All Around My Hat.
<p>Over 200 all-time favourite children's songs. Nowhere else will you find gathered together so many favourite animal songs, storybook songs, counting songs, silly songs, holiday songs, lullabies, dances marches, rounds, and songs from around the world.
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'.
101 traditional dance tunes that sit happily on the melodeon scale selected by John Kirkpatrick. Suitable for all melody instruments. There are two excellent soundtracks available to complement the book, Orlando's Return and Garick's Delight. They feature John Kirkpatrick playing all the tunes in the book.
A fascinating book of traditional and original dances and dance tunes, with chords, by fiddle and mandolin player Robin Dunn. Robin brings together a selection of his own compositions along with traditional favorites. A couple of fabulous tunes composed by Willie Taylor, The Pearl Wedding and Nancy Taylor's Reel, are here as well. They are extremely widely played and are unavailable elsewhere. Also included are Robin's notes on the influences and inspirations behind the music.
Edited by Carolyn Wade, this book, containing 57 traditional tunes, presents a core repertoire, with chords, for North West morris musicians. It is also particularly suitable for novice musicians and also as a source of easy country dance tunes. Soundtrack available.
This collection of morris music, although far from comprehensive, contains most of the dance tunes currently in vogue in what might be called the popular Cotswold traditions. All of the tunes can be found elsewhere, but unlike previous publications, they are all presented in keys which most of today's morris musicians are most likely to favour.