This 4th volume in Schott's Folksong collections for voice + piano accompaniment is devoted to folksongs from the Celtic nations: all have lyrics in...

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Marjory Kennedy-Fraser's arrangement of the Hebridean folksong "An Eriskay Love Lilt" (Gradh Geal mo chridh) for voice + piano accompaniment: G...

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Rudolf Mauz presents a wide-ranging collection of Klezmer tunes & Jewish melodies for clarinet, including well-known traditional pieces and...

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Another volume in Edward Huws Jones' immensely successful series, exporing the music of Latin America, for violin + piano accompaniment, + easy 2nd...

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Favourite folk songs from around the world arranged for voice / piano (2 staves, with the piano part incorporating the melody), +...

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Easy popular pieces for young singers, selected and arranged by Olga Lantham and Jerry Lanning. Medium voice + piano accompaniment. English lyrics...

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A reprint in larger format of songs & instrumental pieces from A.W. Moore's early 20th c. collection of Manx music. Instrumental / voice + piano...

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A 2nd collection of 50 songs for classroom singing. Suitable for 5-11 year olds, the content includes favourite showtunes, pop songs, folk songs and...

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A great collection of showtunes, folk songs, children’s songs & pop songs, carefully chosen to bring fun & musical variety to the...

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This book of tunes from the Nordic countries contains parts for fiddle + accompanying piano, easy fiddle + guitar, + backing/demo CD. Edward Huws Jones...

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Christopher Norton's "Pacific Preludes Collection", 14 arrangements for solo piano of music from the shores of the world’s largest ocean . Boosey...

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Francis O'Neill (1848 - 1936) is the most famous and influential collector of Irish traditional music, and "The Dance Music of Ireland", better known as "O'Neills 1001", is the single most popular collection of Irish Dance music ever printed. First published in 1907, it has never been surpassed as the standard reference for traditional musicians. Indeed, it has circulated so widely over the years that it has become known as "The Book" - a virtual bible for all those who love Irish traditional music.

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