Fourth Ceilidh Collection for Fiddlers

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Fourth Ceilidh Collection for Fiddlers.

A lively collection of great Scottish, Irish and Canadian tunes to add variety to your sets!
The Four books in the series “The Ceilidh Collection for Fiddlers” have been best sellers in Scotland for more than 13 years with all ages and stages of fiddle players – a testimony to the great Scottish music contained in them. This volume contains some tunes which use more complex rhythms, bowings and the keys up to three flats. Another stunning collection of popular tunes for ceilidh dancing and solo performances.

Fourth Ceilidh Collection for Fiddlers : Christine Martin and Anne Hughes

A Health to the Ladies
A’ Mhaighdean Mhara
An Cluinn thu mi mo nighean
Back o Bennachie
Bill Sullivans
The Black Bear
Bonnie Wee Jeanie McColl
The Boston Burglar
Buffalo Girls
Cathkin Braes
Cherish the Ladies
Clean Pea Strae
Come O’er the Stream Charlie
Còta mòr Ealasaid
The Crusader’s March
Da Slockit Light
Dear Old Donegal
The Duke of Perth
Duncan Gray
Dunnydeer
Eilean mo Ghaoil
Filoro
Flower of Scotland
The Galloway Hills
Garden where the Praties Grow
Ger the Rigger
Girl with the Blue Dress on
Glenburnie Rant
Glencoe
Glengarry’s March
Golden Slippers
Hare among the Corn
The Heather Hills
The Heights of Alma
Highland Cathedral
Highland Whisky
The Hopeful Lover
If You’re Irish
Irish Rover
Island Spinning Song
Jaybird
Jean Kirkpatrick’s Fancy
Jenny Nettles
John Anderson my Jo
John McAlpine
Kelly of Killan
Killiecrankie
Kinclaven Brig
La Grande Chaine
Leaving of Liverpool
Let’s have a ceilidh
Liberty
Liverpool Hornpipe
Lord Saltoun
Maclean’s Welcome
Mangister Voe
Maxwell’s Rant
Mrs Macpherson of Cluny
‘S i Morag a rinn a’ Bhanais
Murdo’s Wedding
My Big Kilmarnock Bunnet
Neil Gow’s Strathspey
Nelson’s Hornpipe
New Castle Bridge
Nicky Tams
O’ a the airts
Piper’s Paradise
Prince Charlie’s Welcome
The Rope Waltz
The Sailor’s Hornpipe
Smith’s a Gallant Fireman
Soraidh
Stack of Wheat
The Starry Nights of Shetland
There Cam a Young Man
Tripping up the Stairs
The Wee Kirkcudbright Centipede
Whisky in the Jar
The Wild Colonial boy
Willie Brew’d a Peck o’ Maut
With a Shellalagh under me arm
You’re Welcome Charlie Stewart