First Ceilidh Collection for fiddlers

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First Ceilidh collection for fiddlers,A lovely collection of Scottish tunes,ideal for anyone wanting to join in at a session.including CD

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First Ceilidh collection for fiddlers,A lovely collection of Scottish tunes,ideal for anyone wanting to join in at a session.including CD

An exciting collection of easier Scottish fiddle tunes presented in sets for playing for Scottish dancing or solo fiddle. This is the first book in this very popular four book series of Scottish music. These are some of the best selling books of traditional tunes in Scotland today. A great resource for those wanting to learn more about Scottish music and dance and used by many fiddle groups, accordionists, school groups, fiddle orchestras and bands wanting simple but fun Scottish music for solos, ceilidh dancing, mods etc. This book is a must have for those just starting out to learn Scottish music and all Scottish fiddle and accordion enthusiasts at any stage. The book has large clear print and can be easily sight read from a music stand. A demonstration solo fiddle CD is available of all the material in the First Ceilidh Collection for Fiddlers.This is the first book in a four book series of traditional music, an exciting, popular collection of easier Scottish fiddle tunes. The First Ceilidh Collection compiled and arranged by Christine Martin and Anne Hughes. A great resource for fiddle groups, accordionists, school groups, fiddle orchestra, those wanting to learn more about Scottish music and dance. This book is a must have for those just starting out to learn Scottish music and all Scottish fiddle and accordion enthusiasts at any stage. Includes Scottish airs, marches, strathspeys, reels and hornpipes. The book has large clear print with simple bowings andchords for all accompaniment instruments.

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Weight 0.4 kg
Dimensions 45 × 35 × 16 cm

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