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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.
£7.50
Forty complete Scottish songs, collected arranged and edited by John Loesberg. Lyrics, music and chords.
£8.95

This book contains twenty-one of the most popular traditional melodies, both dance tunes and song airs, from around Britain and Ireland. Each tune is arranges with a harmony part for a second melody instrument as well as a chord accompaniment. Soundtrack available.

£8.95

Like its companion, AIRS FOR PAIRS, this book contains twenty-one tunes from Britain and Ireland.

£7.50
Forty complete Scottish songs, collected arranged and edited by John Loesberg. Lyrics, music and chords.
£7.50
Forty complete Scottish songs, collected arranged and edited by John Loesberg. Lyrics, music and chords.
£9.95
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.
£10.95
A collection of songs from Scotland's rich musical heritage. Each song is complete with full lyrics, chord symbols and guitar chord diagrams. Includes Charlie is My Darling, Leezie Lindsay, Loch Lomond and The Skye Boat Song.
£10.95
Presented here are 100 well-known, popular, traditional Scottish dance tunes. Ideally suited for ceilidh dancing and pub sessions. Included are reels, jigs, hornpipes, marches, waltzes, slip jigs and schottisches. They range from very easy to extremely difficult.
£24.99
This second volume of the songs of Scottish poet Robert Burns contains 70 songs excerpted from the chapter "The Lasses" in a larger collection of 324 Burns songs compiled and researched by Serge Hovey. It includes songs expressing the poet's "passion" for his wife Jean, and for "that other species." Robert Burns (1759-1796) spent his life collecting Scottish songs, using fragments of existing lyrics as the basis for his own poems, and wrote original lyrics for traditional melodies. Burns left fo
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This fingerstyle guitar collection features 20 engaging lyrical tunes from England, Ireland, Scotland, and Wales plus three original pieces by accomplished guitarist, trumpeter and composer William A. Bay, president, and editor-in-chief at Mel Bay Publications. Tasked with writing intermediate-level arrangements in either standard or dropped-D tuning, guitarist/arranger Raymond Gonzalez displays uncommon music rethinking skills while preserving the plaintive and lilting nature of these enduring melodies. Unique to these settings, you will find sparse, open-chord harmonies accentuated by double hammer-ons and pull-offs, and the odd harmonic mixed with normal tones within a melodic line— all reminiscent of gentle waves washing up against a rocky island shore. Conceived to be played on either steel or nylon-string guitar, these pieces are written in both standard notation and tablature. Includes online access to the author’s own audio recordings.

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