Customer Reviews for The Craig Duncan Master Fiddle Solo Collection
Location: from Versailles, France
June 6, 2011
Quite complete parts, some with double steps ; not too simplified pieces (except some like old joe clark)
18 of 39 people found this review helpful.
Location: from Clarksville, TN
June 11, 2008
A Fine Collection
This volume has a number of great fiddle tunes arranged in a easy to follow manner with good notes. The difficult passages are discussed with helpful hints included. I took the book to a copy center and had the binding cut and and had it spiral bound so it would lay flat on a stand for me; I have found this helpful with a lot of my music.
35 of 64 people found this review helpful.
Miss Nicki powell
Location: from Plymouth, UK
May 19, 2008
A great choice.
I found this book to have some of the best versions of tunes I had been playing for years. I feel the overall collection of tunes is superb and the font very pleasant to read. each tune has some very interesting and useful information written above to assist the player. There is just one thing that lets this book down for me and it probably isn't the fault of the writer but of the publisher. The book is bound in a way that not only will it not stay on a music stand but barely stays open at all. It is bound similarly to a paperback which is a major inconvenience to myself and my students.
34 of 65 people found this review helpful.
Location: from Washington
December 21, 2005
I love this book because it has all the old standbys with some variation licks written in. It is a good way to learn fiddle tunes if you already play "violin." Having the chords printed in the music is a plus as well. Some of the chords chosen seem to be a little bit "boring" but any good guitar player will know how to spruce it up. All in all, a great little book with a ton of tunes.
28 of 66 people found this review helpful.