Scottish Fiddling For Viola

Scottish Fiddling For Viola
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The forty-five tunes in this collection represent the vast repertoire of traditional Scottish fiddle music dating back to the 1700s.There is a long history of music shared between fiddle, bagpipe and song. Included are laments, airs, marches, strathspeys, reels and jigs. The music has been edited and arranged for viola along with guitar chords if desired for accompaniment. The tunes are presented in sets of three or four for solo performance.


  • Aandowin At The Bow
  • As I Was Kissed Yestreen
  • Banks Of Spey, The
  • Black Mill, The (Am Muileann Dubh)
  • Boatman, The (Fear A Bhata)
  • Braes Of Mar, The
  • Campbells Are Coming, The
  • Captain Campbell
  • Dream Angus
  • Far Over Struy
  • Fiar Young Mary (Mairi Bhan Og)
  • Flow Gentlh Sweet Afton
  • Happy We've Been Together
  • High Road To Linton, The
  • Highland Laddie
  • Hills Of Glenorchy, The
  • Invercauld's Reel
  • Laddie With The Plaidie, The
  • Lady Loudon
  • Loch Lomond
  • Maid Of The Dairy (Banarach Dhonn A Chruidh)
  • Malt Man, The
  • Man's A Man, A
  • Marquess Of Huntly's Highland Fling, The
  • Merrily Danced The Quaker's Wife
  • Miller Of Drone, The
  • Mrs McLeod Of Raasay
  • My Heart's In The Highlands
  • My Love She's But A Lassie Yet
  • My Nanie, O
  • O Wert Thou In The Cauld Blast
  • Oh Ono Chrio
  • Oot Be Est Da Vong
  • Over The Water To Charlie
  • Raasay Lament
  • Reel Of Tulloch, The
  • Sleep Dearie Sleep
  • Smith's A Gallant Fireman, The
  • Soldier's Joy
  • Song Of Selma
  • Tail Toddle
  • Tullochgorum
  • Well May Charlie Wear The Crown
  • White Cockade, The
  • Wind That Shakes The Barley, The


Product IDCOBS012889187
Composer/Artist/Author Anne C Witt
Instrumentation Viola Solo
Publisher Bay (Mel) Publications Inc
Publisher Ref No 21255
Language Eng
Media Book
No of Pages32

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