English Fiddle Tunes

English Fiddle Tunes

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This collection explores fiddle traditions from different parts of England, some of which have remained unbroken since the late 1700s. The book includes 99 English traditional fiddle tunes, with bowing and chords, mostly in the form of Jigs, Slip Jigs, Hornpipes, Reels, Rants, Polkas, Waltzes and Morris tunes. A CD of Pete Cooper accompanies the publication, which is suitable for grade 3 and above.

Difficulty: Easy to Intermediate

  • Hod the Lass till I Run at Her
  • Trip to Catmell
  • Small Coals and Little Money
  • The Steamboat
  • The Cage
  • The High Level Bridge
  • The Wonder
  • Old Morpeth Rant
  • Morpeth Rant
  • Roxburgh Castle
  • Hesleyside Reel
  • Nancy
  • Sir Sydney Smith's March
  • Snowy Monday
  • Dance to your Daddy 1
  • Dance to your Daddy 2
  • Buy Brooms Besoms
  • Lads and Lasses
  • The Dusty Miller
  • Rusty Gulley
  • Cheshire Round
  • Our Cat has Kitted
  • Chip and Rant
  • Nothern Frisk
  • Charlesworth Hornpipe
  • Presbyterian Hornpipe
  • Mad Molly
  • Lord of Lyme
  • Jack of the Green
  • John of the Green, the Cheshire Way
  • Brunswick Waltz
  • Hungarian Waltz
  • Sweet Jenny Jones
  • Bwlch Llanberis
  • Michael Turner's Waltz
  • Walter Bulwer's No. 1
  • Walter Bulwer's No. 2
  • Father's Polka
  • Scan Tester's No. 1
  • Scan Tester's No. 2
  • Fred Pidgeon's No. 1
  • Jenny Lind
  • Kempshott Hunt
  • Heel & Toe Polka
  • Walter Vulwer's Off She Goes
  • Phillibelula All the Way
  • The Keel Row
  • Lemmy Brazil's No. 2
  • Scan Tester's Country Stepdance
  • Bacca Pipes
  • Idbury Hill
  • Highland Mary
  • Johnny's So Long at the Fair
  • Princess Royal
  • William and Nancy
  • The Queen's Delight
  • Old Molly Oxford
  • Old Tom of Oxford
  • Just As the Tide Was Flowing
  • The Blue-Eyed Stranger
  • The Ploughboy
  • The Radstock Jig
  • Ted Smith's Hornpipe
  • The Gloucester Hornpipe
  • Black Joak
  • White Joak
  • True Joak
  • Persian Ricardo
  • Sir Roger de Coverley 2
  • Pop Goes the Weasel