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American old time fiddle tunes : 98 traditional pieces for violin / edited by Pete Cooper.

Cooper, Pete, 1951- (Editor, Performer).

Available copies

  • 2 of 2 copies available at Berklee College of Music.

Current holds

0 current holds with 2 total copies.

Location Call Number / Copy Notes Barcode Shelving Location Holdable? Status Due Date
Main Library MP1629.6.S7 A5 2009 37684001089773 Library Stacks Copy hold / Volume hold Available -
Valencia Main Library MP1629.6.S7 A5 2009 37684001091331 Valencia Stacks Copy hold / Volume hold Available -

Record details

  • ISBN: 9781847611468
  • ISBN: 184761146X
  • Physical Description: 1 score (80 pages) : map ; 31 cm + 1 audio disc (digital ; 4 3/4 in.).
  • Publisher: Mainz ; Schott, ©2009.

Content descriptions

General Note:
Parallel titles on p. [4] of cover: Airs de violon dans le style de la old-time-music américaine = Amerikansiche Old-Time-Fiddle-Stücke.
"Grade 3 and above (intermediate to advanced)"--Back cover.
Pref. contains historical information and performance guide in English, French, and German; notes on the tunes in English only, p. 75-78.
Bibliography, etc. Note:
Includes discography (pages 75-78).
Formatted Contents Note:
First tunes. Flop-eared mule ; Ida Red ; Turkey in the straw ; Grey cat on a Tennessee farm ; Muddy roads ; Cotton eyed Joe : 1 -- D tunes-1, GDAE. Arkansas traveler ; Angeline the baker ; Eighth of January ; Pig ankle rag ; Yellow barber ; Martha Campbell ; Josh and I ; Lowery's quadrille ; West Fork gals ; Jaybird ; Rock the cradle, Joe ; Mississippi sawyer ; Sadie at the back door -- G tunes-1, GDAE. Peeler Creek waltz ; Cotton eyed Joe : 2 ; Ladies on the steamboat ; Cumberland Gap ; Elk River blues ; Cuffey ; Possum on a rail ; McMichen's reel ; Katy Hill ; Shortenin' bread ; Seneca square dance ; Ora Lee ; Blackberry blossom -- A tunes-1, GDAE. Frosty morning ; You're welcome home, royal Charlie ; Betty Likens ; Kitchen girl ; Devil in the strawstack ; Hog-eye ; June apple ; Little rabbit ; Bill Cheatem ; Yellow gal ; Grub Springs ; Sally Gooden ; Cherokee shuffle ; Elzick's farewell ; Sheep shell corn by the rattlin' of his horn ; Salt River ; Shenandoah Falls ; Wild rose of the mountain -- D tunes-2, ADAE. The twin sisters ; The boys of Blue Hill ; Old Molly Hare ; The fairy dance ; Green Willis ; The new rigged ship ; Sister Ann ; Ryestraw : 1 ; Ryestraw : 2 ; Fisher's hornpipe ; Forked deer ; Robinson County ; Belle of Lexington ; Kitty's wedding ; Swannanoa waltz -- A tunes-2, AEAE. Doney gal ; Sweet Marie ; Rosy Lee ; Sweet sunny South ; Jeff Sturgeon ; Breaking up Christmas ; Cotton eyed Joe : 3 ; Candy girl ; Chinquapin hunting ; Little Billy Wilson ; Ways of the world ; Little girl with her hair all down behind ; Cluck old hen ; Ducks in the pond ; Falls of Richmond -- AEAC♯ tuning. Jack o' diamonds ; The drunken hiccups -- G tunes-2, GDAE. Willow on the lake ; Chicken and dumplin's ; Flowers of Edinburgh ; Shove the pig's foot a little farther in the fire; Lady Hamilton ; Lost boy -- EDAE. Glory in the meeting house -- C tunes and rags, GDAE. New money ; Wagoner one-step ; Katy did ; Tennessee mountain fox chase ; Billy in the low ground ; Pike's Peak ; East Tennessee blues ; Beaumont rag ; Taylor's quickstep -- DDAD tuning. Coleman's march ; Midnight on the water ; Bonaparte's retreat : 1 ; Bonaparte's retreat : 2 ; Raleigh and Spencer ; Queen of the earth, child of the stars.
Participant or Performer Note:
Pete Cooper, violin.
Subject: Fiddle tunes > United States.
Folk music > United States.
Old-time music.

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