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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10 tunes by Turlough O’Carolan (1670-1738) arr. Tatiana Donis for non-pedal harp, with notes on the tunes in English & Italian. UT Orpheus,...

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World Music series: Celtic Play Along for clarinet in Bb, plus backing CD and piano accompaniment, arranged by Martin Tourish. UE, 2018. Trad....

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World Music series: Celtic Play Along for Violin, plus backing CD and piano accompaniment, arranged by Martin Tourish. UE, 2018. Trad....

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Hugh Roberton's 1939 arrangement of the Scottish folksong "Westering Home" for solo voice + piano accompaniment + Solfa. A (c#'-e"). Set for ABRSM...

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31 traditional Russian tunes for violin arranged by Ros Stephen. Highly flexible to use, the pieces may be performed by a solo violinist or as violin...

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22 fiddle tunes from the golden age of sail, featuring dance tunes, shanties (work songs), recreational ‘forebitters’ and composed melodies which give...

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Edward Huws Jones & Mehmed Velagic arrange the music of Bosnia; includes original song lyrics + English translations. With parts for...

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Craig Cassils' arrangement of a Canadian folksong for medium voice + piano accompaniment in C minor (c'-eb") is set for ABRSM Examination 2018...

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Sing Together!
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An anthology of 100 songs from across the ages for solo voice or unison voices + piano accompaniment. The songs range from traditional folk favourites...

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Songs from England, mostly traditional: these arrangements by Margery Hargest Jones include the melody line in the piano accompaniment, so they...

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Songs from Ireland, mostly traditional: these arrangements by Margery Hargest Jones include the melody line in the piano accompaniment, so they work...

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