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Celtic Fiddle Tunes for Solo and Ensemble - Cello, Bass

Piano Accompaniment Included

By Craig Duncan

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Cello - Beginning-Intermediate
Piano Accompaniment Included. Composed by Craig Duncan. Saddle-stitched, Ensemble (Mixed). Celtic/Irish. Book. 80 pages. Published by Mel Bay Publications, Inc (MB.99638).

Item Number: MB.99638
ISBN 9780786660841. Celtic/Irish. 8.75 x 11.75 inches.

This collection contains 14 arrangements of 22 traditional tunes from Ireland and Scotland in a variety of styles including jigs, reels, hornpipes, slip jigs, strathspeys, waltzes and airs. The harmonies are written so that various combinations from solo instrument with piano, to duets and trios, to full string quartet/orchestra are possible. The cello book includes melody (solo) cello, cello harmony, bass and piano accompaniment. All of the Celtic Tunes for Solo and Ensemble books (Violin, Viola and Cello/Bass) are written as ensemble books, so they can be played as solo books or together as ensemble.

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  • Garry Owen - Merrily Kiss the Quaker  
  • Give Me Your Hand 
  • Guilderoy - Red- Haired Boy  
  • Harvest Home - Chief O'Neill's Favorite  
  • Irish Washerwoman - Swallowtail Jig  
  • Miss Mcleod's Reel 
  • Scotland the Brave 
  • Sporting Paddy - St. Ruth's Bush  
  • The Blarney Pilgrim - The Kesh Jig  
  • The Laird o'Drumblair - Angus Campbell  
  • The Mist Covered Mountain 
  • The Rocky Road to Dublin - Dublin Streets  
  • Will Ye No Come Back Again  
  • Ratings + Reviews

  • 5

    Location:
    Santa Cruz CA
    Difficulty Level:
    Intermediate
  • May 21, 2012 nice flexible arrangements

    Just enjoyed using this with a group of students. Appreciated the flexibility of the parts (I bought both books) so any combination can play, and it was great to have a solo (melody) part for the cello as well as a "bass" part. Having the chords in the parts is...

    great too since we had guitar and bass guitar playing from chords.

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  • 5

    Location:
    Gardnerville, NV
    Difficulty Level:
    Intermediate
  • March 14, 2009 awesome for beginner and intermediate cellists

    these celtic tunes are fun to play. We played them with 2 celli and guitar. The melody part is great for an intermediate player and a beginner can easily play the bass part. The cords for the guitar are simmple too. Even the audience clapped the rythmn along and everybody...

    got the irish spirit :-)

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  • 5

    Location:
    Difficulty Level:
    Early intermediate
  • March 27, 2007 Good stuff

    Old favorites, and some not so familiar. Nicely arranged, harmonizes well with the violin part. Intermediate and above players can trade of the lead with the violin.

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