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Easiest Tune Book of National Airs Book 2, The - Pike, Eleanor Franklin

Easiest Tune Book of National Airs Book 2, The - Pike, Eleanor Franklin

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National airs of the British Isles arranged as simply as possible for young pianists: the left hand is entirely in the five finger position. Compiled and arranged by Eleanor Franklin Pike, 1968: Book 2.

Aberystwyth - Parry, J

Bailiffs Daughter of Islington, The - trad. English

Begone! Dull Care - trad. English

Blow the Wind Southerly - trad. Northumbrian

Blow, Blow Thou Winter Wind - Arne, T

Caller Herrin' - trad. Scottish

Campbells are Coming, The - trad. Scottish

Cockles and Mussels - trad. Irish

Comin' Thro' the Rye - trad. Scottish

Dashing Away with the Smoothing Iron - trad. Somerset

David of the White Rock / Dafydd y Garreg Wen - trad. Welsh

Dear Harp of Erin - trad. Irish

Fanny the Flower of the Fair / Ffanni Blodau'r Ffair - trad. Welsh

Flight of the Earls, The (My Native Land) - trad. Irish

Girl I Left Behind Me, The (Brighton Camp) - anon. 18th c.

God Bless the Prince of Wales - James

Good Morrow, Gossip Joan - trad. English

Harp That Once Thro' Tara's Halls, The - trad. Irish

Heart of Oak - Boyce

Hob a Derry Dando - trad. Welsh

Hyfrydol - Pritchard

Land of my Fathers / Hen Wlad fy Nhadau - James

Lass with the Delicate Air, The - Arne, M

O No, John! - trad. Somerset

On the Banks of Allan Water - trad. Scottish

Phillis was a Fair Maide - anon. [Giles Earles' Songbook, 1615]

Pretty Polly Oliver - trad. English

Richard of Taunton Dene - trad. Somerset

Robin Adair - trad. Scottish

Rose of Tralee, The - trad. Irish

Summer is a-coming in - anon. medieval round

Ten Green Bottles - trad. English

Will Ye No Come Back Again? - trad. Scottish

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