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Favourite Scotch Measures

Hammered dulcimer, fiddle, mandolin
20 pages. Published by Kitchen Musician Books (KI.KM9).

Item Number: KI.KM9

42 tunes from Scotland and the Shetlands in standard notation and chords; strathspeys, jigs, reels, pipe tunes, some harmony parts.

  • Atholl & Breadalbane Gathering 
  • Atholl Highlanders 
  • Banks of Spey 
  • The Barren Rocks of Aden 
  • Captain Campbell 
  • Celtic Society's Quickstep 
  • The Cock of the North 
  • Drummond Castle 
  • East Neuk Of Fife 
  • Ephie McKnab 
  • Fairy's Love Song ( Cutting Ferns) 
  • The Gay Gordons 
  • Ghillie Callum 
  • Green Hills of Tyrol 
  • Harris Dance No. 31 
  • Harris Dance No. 32 
  • Highland Whiskey 
  • How She Got Up in the Morning 
  • The Hundred Pipers 
  • Inverness Gathering 
  • Jack Broke Da Prison Door 
  • Kail Pot 
  • King George IV 
  • Lady Catherine Stewart's Strathspey 
  • Lady Hamilton of Dalrymple 
  • Lass O'Gowrie 
  • Last Night's Joy 
  • Lochrynach 
  • The Marquis of Huntly's Highland Fling 
  • Miss Drummond of Perth's Favorite Scotch Measure 
  • Miss Flora Macdonald's Reel 
  • Miss Jane MacInnes - Dandeleith 
  • Miss Lyall (Panmure House) 
  • Miss Stewart of Grantully's Strathspey 
  • Miss Stewart's Jig 
  • Miss Wharton Duff's Reel and Jig 
  • Mr. John Trotter of Castlelaw's Hornpipe 
  • My Love is But a Lassie Yet 
  • New Riggit Ship 
  • O This is No My Ain Lassie 
  • Though I Go to Bed, Little Does Sleep Come to Me 
  • Tonight My Sleep will be Restless 

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  • 4

    New Zealand
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  • November 17, 2008 Beautiful and challenging!

    I play these pieces on the Irish Tin Whistle and I find them all quite good fun. My favourite from this book is "Miss Drummond of Perth's Favourite Scotch Measure". It is soooo nice, lots of beautiful accidentals which give it a dancing feel:). Scottish pieces are generally harder...

    than Irish ones just because of the timing and unusual dotted note rhythms. But believe me, they are awesome fun once you work them out! I recommend this book for intermediate/advanced players. WARNING TO PLAYERS OF CLASSICAL MUSIC: you will find the rhythms tricky, if you are a beginner of say, classical violin, these will be quite hard. TO PLAYERS OF FOLK MUSIC: you will love every challenge that this book brings your way! LOVE IT!!!!!

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  • 4

    Duluth, MN
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    Early intermediate
  • May 17, 2001 Good for beginning fiddlers!

    Wow! Did my child ever like this! Has a lot of fun tunes and good for the finger technique! I only rate this a 4 because some kids like fiddling, and some don't. . . . . . . .

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