Twin Fiddling
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Fiddle - Intermediate

SKU: MB.95458BCD

Composed by Stacy Phillips. Perfect binding, Duets. Bluegrass & Country. Book/CD Set. Published by Mel Bay Publications, Inc (MB.95458BCD).

ISBN 9780786604760. UPC: 796279025249. 9 x 13 inches.

This unique book presents authentic and fun multiple fiddle arrangements in the following styles: old-time, bluegrass, western swing, waltzes, and more. Playing hints are included for all of the tunes.

  • Turkey In The Straw
  • Cowboy Jig
  • Muddy Roads
  • Old Jaw Bone
  • Stealing Home
  • R.K. Special
  • Sitting On Top Of The World (Blues Version)
  • Tableau Clog Dance
  • Wayfaring Stranger
  • Cindy
  • Danish Waltz
  • Liberty
  • Train 45
  • Gran Texas
  • Homecoming Waltz
  • Old Madeira Waltz
  • Watermelon on the Vine
  • Year Of The Jubilo
  • Bill Cheatham
  • Memory Waltz
  • Sitting On Top Of The World (Bluegrass Version)
  • Brilliance
  • Redwing
  • Taking Off
  • Washington And Lee Swing
  • Did You Ever See The Devil Uncle Joe?
  • In The Pines
  • Si Bheag Si Mhor
  • Golden Slippers
  • Harvest Home Hornpipe
  • Jesse Polka
  • Joys Of Wedlock
  • Old Joe Clark
  • Rainbow
  • Snow Deer
  • Tombigbee Waltz
  • Two Friends Quadrille
  • Black Nag
  • Finnish Waltz
  • Norwegian Waltz
  • Peor Es Nada
  • Star of the County Down
  • Bishop Of Bangor
  • Bully Of The Town
  • Fire On The Mountain
  • Goodbye Liza Jane
  • Little Maggie
  • Old French
  • Red Haired Boy
  • Weave And Way
  • Woodchopper's Reel
  • Cobbler's Reel
  • June Apple
  • Swedish Walking Tune
  • Texas Quick Step
  • Thompson's Jig
  • Tobin's Jig
  • Careless Love
  • Cotton-Eyed Joe
  • Silver Bells
  • The Irish Washerwoman
  • La Cassine Special
  • Spanish Two Step
  • The Connaughtman's Rambles