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Jigs, Reels and Fancy Feels Volume 2

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Here are another 63 tunes, equally suitable for fiddle or accordion. Chord symbols are included.

Contents

  • A New Move
  • Artists in Exile
  • Back to Glasgow
  • Callum's Reel
  • Changing Moods
  • Changing Weather
  • Child's Play
  • Cowboy Ceilidh
  • Day of the Sun
  • Eastern Promise
  • Far from Home
  • Forward March
  • Foxing Around
  • Future Train
  • Galloping Home
  • Gigging at the Jigging
  • Giggle Jiggle Jig Jog
  • Going to India
  • Gordon and Fred
  • Hall of the Lark
  • Hearty Party
  • Hoeing the Garden
  • Hot Potatoes
  • Illusions
  • Interconnected
  • It's in the Choosing
  • Jig America
  • Jig for Agnes
  • Looking Back
  • Minory Swing
  • Music for a Tibetan Refugee
  • Ode to Fergie MacDonald
  • Out Through the Inn Door
  • Playing with Amelie
  • Reel for Bartok
  • Setting Off
  • St Petersburg
  • Strange Times
  • Sunny Times Ahead
  • Switch on the Light
  • The Balkan Falcon
  • The Circle of Life
  • The Dual
  • The Dying Fish
  • The Engines of Change
  • The Flight of the Butterfly
  • The Heart
  • The Joy of Jigs
  • The Kinder Garden
  • The Life of a Clown
  • The Long Wait
  • The Mysterious
  • The Portal
  • The Road South
  • The Road to Inverness
  • The Snow Leopard
  • The Steiner School
  • The Swirling Willows
  • The Wizard's Welcome
  • Thunder
  • Tuesday Morning
  • Winter Love
  • Yesterday Doesn't Exist

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Cat No. SP1120
Price £11.95
ComposerTom Richardson
CategoriesViolin Solo
Accordion Solo
PublisherSpartan Press
SeriesJigs, Reels and Fancy Feels
ISMN 979-0-57998-120-6
EAN-13 9790579981206
Weight 166 grams
Published 10th May 2011
Availability 22 in stock

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Glaswegian Tom Richardson, who is the guitar player with the Phamie Gow Band and once played with Scottish group Brolum, has published a second volume of self- composed tunes in the Celtic vein, probably suitable for any melody instrument. 63 tunes are featured in 5 chapters: 4/4 tunes such as the rollicking "Cowboy Ceilidh," the frenetic "Reel for Bartok" inspired by Bartok's piano pieces...
"Galloping Home" with changing time signatures between 9/8 and 12/8, and some pipe tunes such as "Gordon and Fred", dedicated to his favourite pipers Gordon Duncan and Fred Morrison. The tunes are transcribed in standard notation, with guitar chords added.

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