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£9.50
Four volumes of Scotch and Irish reels and jigs, Highland schottisches, country dances, hornpipes, clog dances, waltzes polkas etc.
£9.50
Four volumes of Scotch and Irish reels and jigs, Highland schottisches, country dances, hornpipes, clog dances, waltzes polkas etc.
£25.00
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.
£10.95
Here are two books of tunes from the Scottish Shetland and Irish traditions which reflect the current repertoire of sessions in Scotland. Both books contain an excellent selection of tunes and are set in a very clear and easy to read format.
£9.50
Four volumes of Scotch and Irish reels and jigs, Highland schottisches, country dances, hornpipes, clog dances, waltzes polkas etc.
£9.50
Four volumes of Scotch and Irish reels and jigs, Highland schottisches, country dances, hornpipes, clog dances, waltzes polkas etc.
£7.95
This book of duets contains twenty one Scottish tunes of core repertoire which the editor, Matt Seattle, feels should have a place in the repertoire of all musicians who reside in these Islands.
£10.95
Here are two books of tunes from the Scottish Shetland and Irish traditions which reflect the current repertoire of sessions in Scotland. Both books contain an excellent selection of tunes and are set in a very clear and easy to read format.
£7.99
Like its companion, AIRS FOR PAIRS, this book contains twenty-one tunes from Britain and Ireland.
£16.95
Dr. Keith Norman MacDonald was an enthusiast and a collector but not a careful editor The result is that this book contains a mixture of items, traditional Gaelic songs alongside military marches and so on. The most important item would seem to be the 68 page appendix which shows careful editing by Frances Tolmie, one of the greatest authorities of her time on Gaelic music and song.
£8.95
Twenty five tunes from the the great houses of the Lothians arranged for Scottish harp by Alison Kinnaird. Alison's arrangements are in the style in which traditional music is played in Scotland today. Complete with copious background notes and sketches.
£13.95
A collection of the group's songs and music. 25 pipe tunes, 65 fiddle tunes, 44 songs. Foreword by Dougie Pincock and notes on the music.
£20.99
A republication of the 1884 edition. Contains 870 tunes retaining the original grouping of the tunes in the same key. Foreword by Alasdair Fraser.
£16.95
110 of Scotland’s most popular tunes including reels jigs and strathspeys. A must for all lovers of Scottish music.
£10.99
Eighty-six Scottish songs in three categories: traditional ballads, the Jacobite Rebellions, Songs of Robert Burns and Republican Broadsides. The songs in this collection, in some small way, tell the history of the Scottish people. Includes melody line, lyrics, guitar chords and historical content.

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