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Fiddle Duets Robert Burns Songs Book & CD ScottIsh Violin Lyrics Chords S157
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Robert Burns (1759-1796) was a Scottish master poet and song writer as well as a great collector of tunes and words.

This book of fiddle duets (and trios) gives musicians the opportunity to play solo or together with singers and accompanied by guitar or piano. On the CD each tune is played twice. The second time only fiddle one plays so that the harmony can be played as accompaniment to make your own duet.

Burns played the fiddle had a great love of fiddle melodies and the airs he used for his poems were often the popular instrumental tunes of his day, though he did use tunes from older collections and often turned to the compositions of Neil Gow. With the rise in popularity of Burns Suppers, this book is a great resource of good arrangements.

Contents:



    Ae Fond Kiss
    A Man’s a Man for a’ That
    Auld Lang Syne
    Ay Waukin O
    Bannocks o’ Bear Meal
    The Birks of Aberfeldie
    Canst Thou Leave Me
    Ca’ the Yowes
    Comin Thro the Rye
    The Deil’s Awa wi the Exciseman
    Duncan Gray The Gallant Weaver

    Green Grow the Rashes O
    I Hae a Wife o My Ain
    I’ll Gang Nae Mair Tae Yon Town
    I’m a Doun for Lack o Johnnie
    John Anderson my Jo
    Kenmure’s Up and Awa
    Leezie Lindsay
    Mary Morison
    My Hoggie
    My Love is Like a Red Red Rose
    My Love She’s But A Lassie Yet

    My Nannie’s Awa
    Ruffian’s Rant
    Scots Wha Hae
    There’ll Never be Peace till Jamie Comes Hame
    There Was a Lad
    This is No My Ain Lassie
    Willie Brewed a Peck o' Maut
    Ye Banks and Braes

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Robert Burns (1759-1796) was a Scottish master poet and song writer as well as a great collector of tunes and words.

This book of fiddle duets (and trios) gives musicians the opportunity to play solo or together with singers and accompanied by guitar or piano. On the CD each tune is played twice. The second time only fiddle one plays so that the harmony can be played as accompaniment to make your own duet.

Burns played the fiddle had a great love of fiddle melodies and the airs he used for his poems were often the popular instrumental tunes of his day, though he did use tunes from older collections and often turned to the compositions of Neil Gow. With the rise in popularity of Burns Suppers, this book is a great resource of good arrangements.

Contents:


    Ae Fond Kiss
    A Man’s a Man for a’ That
    Auld Lang Syne
    Ay Waukin O
    Bannocks o’ Bear Meal
    The Birks of Aberfeldie
    Canst Thou Leave Me
    Ca’ the Yowes
    Comin Thro the Rye
    The Deil’s Awa wi the Exciseman
    Duncan Gray The Gallant Weaver

    Green Grow the Rashes O
    I Hae a Wife o My Ain
    I’ll Gang Nae Mair Tae Yon Town
    I’m a Doun for Lack o Johnnie
    John Anderson my Jo
    Kenmure’s Up and Awa
    Leezie Lindsay
    Mary Morison
    My Hoggie
    My Love is Like a Red Red Rose
    My Love She’s But A Lassie Yet

    My Nannie’s Awa
    Ruffian’s Rant
    Scots Wha Hae
    There’ll Never be Peace till Jamie Comes Hame
    There Was a Lad
    This is No My Ain Lassie
    Willie Brewed a Peck o' Maut
    Ye Banks and Braes

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