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Irish Fiddle Tunes for Two Violins

By Deborah Greenblatt

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Violin Duet 2 violins
Arranged by Deborah Greenblatt. Tunes for Two. Irish Folk. Tune book. Standard Notation. 67 pages. Published by Greenblatt & Seay (GS.BVN2IFTFTV).

Item Number: GS.BVN2IFTFTV

With Standard Notation. Irish Folk. 8.5 x 11 inches.

32 traditional Irish tunes arranged for two instruments, with chords for back-up musicians included. There's a great source list included, just in case you haven't had enough Irish tunes.

Each of the "Fiddle Tunes for Two" collections consists of individual spiral-bound books presented in score form with melody on the top line and harmony beneath. Individual books are available for Violins, Violas, Cellos, Basses, and Mandolins. The tunes in each book of each series are in the same keys and include guitar chords. For instance, a violinist and a cellist could play a wedding together if they each had the appropriate "Wedding Fiddling for Two" book. These books work particularly well for private lessons where teacher and student can take turns playing lead and harmony parts.

  • Banish Misfortune 
  • Beauty in Tears 
  • Crabs in the Skillet 
  • Dark Haired Lass 
  • Dennis Murphy's Polka 
  • Down Went McGinty to the Bottom of the Sea 
  • Drowsy Maggie 
  • Fisher's Hornpipe 
  • Five Leaved Clover 
  • Haste to the Wedding 
  • Irish Washerwoman 
  • Jack Mitchel's Polka 
  • John Ryan's Polka 
  • Larry O'Gaff 
  • Leather Away the Wattle O! 
  • Little Burnt Potato 
  • Londonderry Air 
  • The Miller 
  • My Wife Is a Wee Wanton Thing 
  • Off She Goes 
  • Paddy Whack 
  • Red Haired Boy 
  • Repeal of the Union 
  • Rights Of Man 
  • Rose Tree 
  • Saint Anne's Reel 
  • Si Bheag Si Mhor 
  • Smash The Windows 
  • Sporting Molly 
  • Tater Patch 
  • Temperance Reel 
  • Whiskey Before Breakfast 
  • Ratings + Reviews

  • 5

    Location:
    Longmont, Colorado
    Difficulty Level:
    Intermediate
  • August 20, 2007 Great Irish Duet Selections

    I purchased this to play duets this summer with my friend. We are both intermediate to advanced in ability and found these selections fun to play. Normally we play classical pieces and found these refreshing and good rhthym training. With practice we'll get up to speed. Most were familiar...

    tunes we have heard in the past. There is good variety. My friend's teacher is now using this book as part of her lessons.

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