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English folk tunes for accordion : 88 traditional pieces

Language: No linguistic content
Format: Music Score 2008
Availability: Available at 1 Library 1 of 1 copy
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Location Collection Call #
CLP - Main Library Second Floor - Music - Open Stacks q M175.A4 E47 2008x
Location  CLP - Main Library
 
Collection  Second Floor - Music - Open Stacks
 
Call Number  q M175.A4 E47 2008x
 
 
Summary
(Misc). A lively and wide-ranging collection of great tunes from all around England, suitable for playing on piano accordion, melodeon, and other squeezeboxes. Includes reels, jigs, hornpipes, and slow airs drawn from the 17th century to the present day, with background information on the tunes and performance suggestions.
Contents
Starters. Kafoozalum ; The new road to Alston ; Small coals and little money
Some great old tunes. Sir Roger de Coverley ; Me laddie sits ower late up ; Speed the plow ; Napoleon's march ; Spirit of the dance ; Oswestry wake ; Morgan rattler ; Swarb's tune ("I-tiddly-I-ty") ; The English bonny Kate ; The sloe ; Sweet Hesleyside ; The hen's march to the midden ; The Princess royal ; Because he was a bonny lad ; Hesleyside reel
Playford tunes. Jack's maggot ; Newcastle ; Kemp's jig ; Childgrove ; Portsmouth ; Mr. Isaac's maggot
Morris tunes. Constant Billy ; The black joak ; The old Kent cricketer ; Mrs. Casey ; Bonnets so blue ; Shepherd's hay ; Chow bang ; Shooting star polka ; Bacup Garland dance tune no. 3 ; The Rochdale coconut dance
Hornpipes. The navvie on the line ; The steamboat ; Redesdale hornpipe ; Proudlock's hornpipe ; Miss Thompson's favourite hornpipe ; The wonder hornpipe ; The harvest home hornpipe ; Trumpet hornpipe ; Enrico ; Henry Stables's grand hornpipe ; St. George's polka ; Reed house rant, or, "The old Lancashire hornpipe" ; Rusty gulley ; Lads of Alnwick ; Shropshire rounds ; The three-legged chestnut
More tunes in sets. The ploughboy ; Dorset 4-hand reel (1) ; Dorset 4-hand reel (2) ; La russe ; Davy nick nack ; Soldier's joy ; Three around three ; Come let us dance and sing ; Galopede ; Jane's fancy ; Roxburgh Castle ; Whinshields hornpipe ; I've lost my love, I care not ; Smash the windows ; The oyster girl ; The moon and seven stars ; Haste to the wedding ; The blackberry quadrille ; Hot punch ; John of Paris ; Carenta
Recently composed tunes. Snow Monday ; Yule sea ; Margaret's waltz ; Sharon Davis, USA ; Puddleglum's misery ; Cocking the chafer ; Jump at the sun ; Pam and Julia's march ; The new march ; The history man ; To the edges ; Flatworld ; Horizonto ; The great north run ; The curlew ; Calliope house ; The road to the north.

Additional Information
Series Schott world music.
Subjects Accordion music -- England.
Folk music -- England.
Folk dance music -- England.
Publisher Mainz ; New York : [Milwaukee, Wis.] :Schott ;2008
Distributed in North and South America exclusively by H. Leonard,
Other Titles Airs traditionnels anglais pour l'accordéon
Englische Volksweisen für Akkordeon
Contributors Oliver, David, editor, performer.
O'Connor, Joe, performer.
Lee, Frank, performer.
Participants/Performers David Oliver, accordion ; also featuring Joe O'Connor and Frank Lee.
Language No linguistic content
Notes Melodies with chord symbols.
Parallel titles on p. [4] of cover: Airs traditionnels anglais pour l'accordéon = Englische Volksweisen für Akkordeon.
Distributor from label on p. [4] of cover.
Introd. and notes on the tunes in English, French, and German.
Description 1 score (80 pages) ; 31 cm + 1 audio disc (digital ; 4 3/4 in.)
ISBN 9781847610171
184761017X
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