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22 Traditional Tunes for Cello & Piano

By Doreen Smith

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Cello
Arranged by Doreen Smith. Fentone Instrumental Books. Play Along. Softcover with CD. 36 pages. Fentone Music #F927. Published by Fentone Music (HL.44006978).

Item Number: HL.44006978
ISBN 9043136182. Play Along. 9x12 inches.

A selection of English, Irish, Scottish, and Welsh traditional songs arranged for cello with piano accompaniment that provides encouragement and enjoyment to cellists familiar with the notes and fingering in first position, who are beginning to explore further positions. The melodies are short, varied in style and mood, fall easily on the ear, and can be learned quickly. The CD includes demos and play-alongs for each piece.

  • Skye Boat Song 
  • Men Of Harlech 
  • Begone, Dull Care 
  • Land Of My Fathers 
  • Loudly Proclaim 
  • Robin Adair 
  • Lilliburlero 
  • My Love's an Arbutus 
  • David Of The White Rock 
  • Afton Water 
  • The Cockle Gatherer 
  • Down by the Sally Gardens 
  • Drink to Me Only 
  • Early One Morning 
  • The Lark In The Moon 
  • Lewis Bridal Song (Mairi's Wedding) 
  • The Minstrel Boy 
  • O Waly, Waly 
  • O Sleep, My Baby (Ancient Lullaby) 
  • Pretty Polly Oliver 
  • The Road To The Isles 
  • The Rising of the Lark 

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  • 5

    Location:
    Amsterdam
    Difficulty Level:
    Early intermediate
  • May 12, 2011 Great to learn the 2nd-4th position

    This book comes with a piano pull-out part and a cd! Great opportunities to play solo or with piano or with the cd (accompaniment or playalong). The tunes are nice and challenging for players who are beginning to learn the 2nd to 4th position. I am enjoying the tunes...

    a lot!

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  • 3

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    Difficulty Level:
    Early intermediate
  • November 30, 2007 Easy

    I played the whole thing through the first time! Very easy! I wish I would have known

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