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Fiddle tunes for the violinist

Author: Betty M Barlow
Publisher: New York : Amsco Music Pub. Co., ©1977.
Series: Everybody's favorite series, no. 198.
Edition/Format:   Musical score : No Linguistic ContentView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Scores and parts
Document Type: Musical Score
All Authors / Contributors: Betty M Barlow
ISBN: 0825621984 9780825621987
OCLC Number: 5293735
Notes: Arranged in order of difficulty; with piano acc.
Description: 1 score (47 pages) + 1 part (24 pages) ; 31 cm.
Contents: An old reel --
Arkansas traveler --
Billy the barber --
The break down --
Chandler's hornpipe --
Cincinnati --
Delaware --
The devil's dream --
Dominion --
Durang's hornpipe --
Durham rangers --
The emerald isle --
Fagin's holiday --
Flower of donnybrook --
Fre Wilson's hornpipe --
Garry Owen --
Gilderoy --
Go to the devil and shake yourself --
Hunting the hare --
Huntsman's hornpipe --
Irish washerwoman --
Miss Johnson's hornpipe --
Miss McLeod's reel --
Larry O'Gaff --
Liverpool hornpipe --
New century --
Nimble fingers --
Paddy Carey --
Paddy whack --
Quindaro --
The rakes of mallow --
Reilly's reel --
The rose --
Rustic dance --
St. Patrick's day in the morning --
Soldier's joy --
Staten island --
Tom and Jerry --
Turkey in the straw --
Vaughan's favorite --
White cockade --
Wind that shakes the barley.
Series Title: Everybody's favorite series, no. 198.
Responsibility: by Betty Barlow.
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