Notes on English Fiddle Tunes - Pete Cooper edit / delete

You've probably heard of some of these -- but Thomas Hardy wasn't one I was expecting to have on the list...

to fiddle folk music thomas-hardy tunes ... on 31 December 2015

Old-Time Fiddle Tunes edit / delete

An excellent collection of Appalachian fiddle tunes. I was after "Salt Creek", but there are plenty more here.

to america appalachia fiddle folk music tunes ... on 13 September 2015

Mundharpe Melodier edit / delete

Learn harmonica... in Norwegian! The tune I was looking for was Røros Pols, which can be hammered gently into slip-jig form for use in Scottish/Irish sessions. (Round here, it's called "that tune Breabach play that I don't know the name of".)

to folk harmonica norway pols slipjig tunes ... on 18 January 2015

Scots Moothie Group edit / delete

With a comprehensive list of suggested tunes.

to folk harmonica music scotland tunes ... on 29 August 2013

Paul and Margaret Hardy edit / delete

"Paul Hardy's Session Tunebook, and Paul Hardy's Xmas Tunebook" -- loads of folk songs and tunes in ABC format. These were very handy for a charity event at Christmas... Also includes ABC versions of William Clarke's collection.

to christmas england folk music tunes ... on 11 February 2013

William Clarke of Feltwell edit / delete

"Manuscript from an East Anglian country musician of the 1820s-1850s."

to england folk history music tunes ... on 11 February 2013

Index of /~jc/music/abc edit / delete

More ABC tunes.

to abc folk tunes ... on 12 December 2012 | home edit / delete

Kind of obvious, but there are various collections here as well as the handy tutorials.

to abc folk tunes ... on 12 December 2012

Henrik Norbeck's Abc Tunes edit / delete

Including lots of Nordic tunes.

to abc folk tunes ... on 12 December 2012

Classic Banjo - Rob MacKillop edit / delete

The article on performing Scottish lute music on the banjo is interesting.

to banjo music scottish tunes ... on 28 July 2012

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