The Magic of Appalachian Fiddling for violin (fiddle). This edition: Paperback. Collection. The Magic Of series. Americana. Instrumental solo book. Text Language: English. 31 pages. Published by Santorella Publications (SP.TS364).
ISBN 9781585606450. With Text Language: English. Americana.
This exciting series for violin by Santorella Publications will bring enthusiasm to lessons, practice sessions & recitals. Veteran author & educator Larry McCabe has filled each book with wonderful arrangements that are stylistically authentic, full sounding, yet technically accessible as each arrangement is in the first position. We also offer a separate accompaniment book for each volume. Expand your artistic horizons while exploring the magic and diversity of these wonderful styles. The Magic of Appalachian Fiddling from Santorella Publications features an assortment of traditional Appalachian fiddle tunes chosen to represent our historical roots in early American culture. This collection of Reels, Gospels, Waltzes, Mountain Songs, Minstrel & Civil War Songs, Rags, Blues & Tin Pan Alleys are very rarely found in print. Every one of these twenty-four authentic "Mountain Fiddle" tunes captures the sounds of a simpler time and provides a unique look into the cultural development of rural America. This Santorella Publication is perfect for practice & performance and provides an opportunity to explain to every student the significant role their instrument played in our country's birth. Reels and Other Dances: Flying Cloud Cotillion - Fisher's Hornpipe - Haste to the Wedding Jig - Jenny Lind Polka - Sally Ann - Miss Macleod's Reel (Mountain Reel) - Cabin Creek - Ebenezer - Modal Tunes; June Apple - Hog-eyed Man - Gospel; Amazing Grace - In the Sweet By and By - Waltzes: Country Waltz - Tombigbee Waltz - Mountain Songs with Fiddle Solos; More Pretty Girls Than One - Free Little Bird - Minstrel and Civil War: Stony Point - Angeline the Baker - Dixie - Lorena - Rags, Blues & Tin Pan Alley: At A Georgia Camp Meeting - Pig Ankle Rag - Waiting for the Robert E. Lee - Rising Sun Blues.