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The Folk Music Fiddler

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Violin
Desc Bk/Cd
Arranger Edward Huws Jones
Publisher Boosey & Hawkes Inc
Grade Easy/Adv
Catalog # 48021041

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The Folk Music Fiddler Arranged by Edward Huws Jones. For Violin. Published by Boosey & Hawkes Inc. (Catalog # 48021041, UPC: 884088568597)

Fiddle tunes from around the world for the intermediate to advanced-level violinist. Features music in a variety of styles, including: Bluegrass, Celtic, Gypsy, Ragtime, Tango, and more. With violin melody/easy violin part and violin accompaniment part.
Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
AMERICAN - BLACKBERRY BLOSSOM  
AMERICAN - DUSTY MILLER  
AMERICAN - EAST TENNESSEE BLUES  
AMERICAN - LITTLE SADIE  
CEILIDH - DE'IL AMONG THE TAILORS  
CEILIDH - MRS. MCLEOD'S REEL  
CEILIDH - STATEN ISLAND  
CEILIDH - THE FLOWER OF THE QUERN  
CEILIDH - TIMOUR THE TARTAR  
CELTIC - GLWYSEN  
CELTIC - MUINERA: THE BRIDGE OF SAINT  
GYPSY - SONG OF THE GHETTO  
GYPSY - THE FOUR CORNERS OF MY HANDERCHI  
GYPSY - THE SILVER LEAVES OF THE POPLAR  
JIGS, REELS, AND HORNPIPES - CAROLAN'S  
JIGS, REELS, AND HORNPIPES - DROWSY  
JIGS, REELS, AND HORNPIPES - RED-HAIRED  
JIGS, REELS, AND HORNPIPES - THE BRIDAL  
KLEZMER - DANCE! DANCE!  
KLEZMER - FREYLECHS FROM WARSAW  
RAGTIME - PARAGON RAG  
SEVDAH - ON THE BALCONY  
TANGO - EL CHOCLO  
TANGO - LA CUMPARSITA  
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