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A Further Collection of Dances. Marches, Minuetts & Duetts of the Later 18th Century

Hammered dulcimer, fiddle, mandolin
Published by Kitchen Musician Books (KI.KM16).

Item Number: KI.KM16

20 pages, 50 tunes; popular English, Irish, Scottish, American, dance and song tunes from 9 personal copybooks of fifers, fiddlers, and fluters of Revolutionary War, and published books of the era.

  • Ah! Sure Such a Pair 
  • America 
  • Andrew Cary 
  • Belisle March 
  • Birks of Endermay 
  • Bob and Joan 
  • Bumper Squire Jones 
  • Bung Your Eye 
  • Charles Street Bank 
  • Chorus Jigg 
  • Dorsetshire March 
  • Drunken Wives of Fochabers 
  • Dubourg's Minuet 
  • Durang's Hornpipe 
  • Eloquence of Simplicity 
  • Felton's Gavot 
  • Fishar's Hornpipe 
  • Frenet Ha' 
  • Hob or Nob 
  • Johnny Cope 
  • Lads of Dunse 
  • Lady Coventry's Minuet 
  • Lady's Plaything 
  • Lord Dunmore's Quick Step 
  • March in the Battle of Prague 
  • Marquis of Granby's March 
  • Menuet by Chedeville 
  • Moll in the Wad 
  • Money in Both Pockets - 2nd part 
  • Nancy Dawson 
  • Niel Gow's Lament for Abercairney 
  • Old Plantation Girls 
  • Paddy Whack 
  • Peas Upon a Trencher 
  • Pioneers' March 
  • Planxty Connor 
  • Pompey Ran Away 
  • Poor Old Tory (Rogue's March) 
  • Push About the Jorum 
  • Queen Of Hearts 
  • Revenge 
  • Roast Beef of Old England 
  • Sitting in the Stern of a Boat 
  • Song for a Linnet 
  • St. Patrick's Day In The Morning 
  • Staten Island Hornpipe 
  • Stumpie 
  • La Triumph 
  • Welcome Here Again 
  • York Fusiliers 
  • Ratings + Reviews

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    New Zealand
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  • September 12, 2008 Revolutionary Music!!!!!!

    I bought this music because it was so interesting. It brings a bit of history to life. It is most educational to play and hear what fifers were playing during the American Revolution. The book is nicely put together and is great value for money. Let me say, you would...

    not find this book in NZ! It is great for playing on tin whistle ( very similar to a fife I understand ) and I think it will work ok for piano as well, using the chords as the bass. I highly recommend this music book!

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