Tunes & Songs
Cape Breton, Scottish, Irish & Gaelic tune and song books
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By Hugh McDermott
Standard settings of Irish dance music. This classic book was been in
print since the 1930s and has remained popular. For many ..
Part of the Cape Breton Musical Heritage Series, this popular book
contains a mix of 131 traditional and original fiddle tunes from a
By: Barry W. Shears
This is Barry's 2nd book (of three). Like the others, it features both history and tunes and is complemented with photographs.
book celebrates the vibrant musical culture of Cape Breton Island. It
gives a refreshing glimpse into a rooted, community-based, living
A compilation of 228 tunes.
The music contained in this book represents many of the classics of
Scottish piping as interpreted within the Cape Br..
In this book the rich musical and cultural heritage of Gaelic
Scotland is revealed through the memories of one family. The story ..
This classic collection, recently reprinted, is comprised of
pastorals, marches, strathspeys and reels, hornpipes, laments and songs
The Music of Dan R. MacDonald Vol. 1
Compiled by John Donald Cameron
Over 200 Fiddle tunes from Cape Breton's most famous and prolific
blend of Cape Breton, Irish and Scottish traditional standards and
contemporary Cape Breton compositions. Many of the tunes have been
An all new book of 322 tunes
No duplication of tunes from past booksgood mix of traditional and original tunes (120 new Holland compositions)comple..
By: Paul Stewart Cranford
This book celebrates the vibrant musical culture of Cape Breton
Island. It gives a refreshing glimpse into a rooted, co..
The Simon Fraser Collection brings together the Airs and Melodies
peculiar to the Highlands of Scotland and the Isles from 1715 to 1745.
The famous Skye Collection, which first appeared in 1887 and was
later reprinted in a smaller edition, has been out of print for many
By: Dan R. MacDonald
The Music of Dan R. MacDonald Vol. 2. Compiled in 1994 by John Donald
Cameron. 233 Fiddle tunes from Cape Breton's most famo..
Marshall (27 December 1748 – 29 May 1833) is regarded as one of the
greatest composers of Scottish fiddle music. Marshall was born in
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