I just got my copy of "Old Time Kentucky Fiddle Tunes" by Jeff Todd Titon, published by the University Press of Kentucky.
This is not your standard "tune book". It is a hardcover scholarly book on Kentucky old timey fiddle music, featuring transcriptions of many of the tunes. And it is jammed full of really lovely tunes. 170 of them, in standard notation, with some history about each one and the players and the musical traditions they come out of. I haven't played them all, but just sitting here for a half an hour picking at random and I found five or six tunes I just love. Stuff I will share tomorrow night at the jam.
It comes with a CD, but my CD player went belly up fins out last night, so I don't know what is on it. With or without the CD the books is wonderful.
There is a lot here I haven't heard before, but that upon playing I can't imagine how I lived without. Get a copy and let the music out.