The full range of traditional fiddle repertoire is now at your fingertips! Using these generous collections, you can create your own ceilidh, barn dance, jazz club or Sarajevo street-cafe. Some of this music is familiar, some more exotic, but all of it is absolutely authentic, faithfully arranged and, above all, hugely enjoyable.
Each title in the series is available in two formats: the Violin Edition (with an optional easy violin part and guitar chords); or the Complete Edition, which also includes both keyboard and violin accompaniments. Either format is hugely flexible, which means the music can be played as solos, duets or trios as well as with larger ensembles.
Edward Huws Jones has travelled extensively researching fiddle-playing traditions. In each book he explains the background of the particular musical style, giving his own suggestions for a lively performance.
1 - Quizas, quizas, quizas (Perhaps, perhaps, perhaps) [Cuba]
2 - Tico-tico no fuba (Bird in the cornmeal) [Brazil]
3 - Cielito lindo (Little heavenly one) [Mexico]
4 - Takirani [Bolivia]
5 - La enganadora (The swindler) [Cuba]
6 - El condor pasa (The flight of the condor) [Peru]
7 - La cucaracha (The cockroach) [Mexico]
8 - Apanhei-tem cavaquinho (I've got you, cavaquinho) [Brazil]
9 - Vamos pastorcitos (Come, shepherds) [Puerto Rico]
10 - Flor de Yumuri (The flower of Yumuri) [Cuba]
11 - Estes indiferente (You are indifferent) [Cuba]
12 - La bamba [Mexico]