Poll Tune Suggestions

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  1. Martin Whitehead
    Martin Whitehead
    Have we done Ten Penny Bit? If not, I'd make that suggestion.
  2. OldSausage
    OldSausage
    Is that anything like Nine Pound Hammer, or Two Dollar Bill?
  3. Eddie Sheehy
    The Erie Canal... "Low bridge, everybody down..."
  4. jhuesgen
    jhuesgen
    I am new here, Just learned the current SAW Tune. Just got my first mandolin about a month ago, keeps me away from my guitar now. Here are a few things I play with my Fiance's father on guitar and now mandolin, and 2 tunes that I have yet to learn that might be good tunes to use in polls for future SAWs:

    Knockbauer Polka #1 (Polka/Trad.)
    Knockbauer Polka #2 (Polka/Trad.)
    Ballydesmond Polka (Polka/Trad.)
    Merrily Kissed the Quaker's Wife (Slide)
    The El Paso Waltz (Waltz/Trad.)
    Child Grove (Trad/barndance)
    Mist on the Mountain (jig)
    The Kesh (jig)
    The Kerry (jig)
    The Boys of Blue Hill (Hornpipe)
    Green Willis/Raw Recruit (jig/hornpipe)
    Star of Munster (reel)
    The Home Ruler (Hornpipe)
    Brumley Brae (Reel)
    Lonesome Moonlight waltz (Waltz/trad.)
    East Tennesse Rag
    Black Mountain Rag
    Fiddler's Dram (Trad.)
    Prettiest Little Girl in the County (Trad.)
    Red Haired Boy (Reel)
    The Big Sandy River (Trad.)
    Whistlin Rufus (Trad.)
    Rag time Annie (Trad.)
    Dill Pickle Rag (Trad.)
    Huckleberry Hornpipe
    New Century Hornpipe
    Salt Creek (Trad.)
    Bill Cheatham (Trad.)
    Bury me Beneath the Willow (Instrumental version of Carter Traditional tune)

    New Money (traditional. "Fiddlin Doc Roberts" tune: found on Norman Blake's "My dear old southern home" DVD. trad. here is a recording we did on guitar: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7LFDJmvpvlY )

    Silver Spire (not to be confused with "Silver Spear"- Reel, here is an example of tune: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ehSTssRUTRk )
  5. jhuesgen
    jhuesgen
    A few more suggestions (form Flatpicking 2007 CD.)

    -Fig for a Kiss (Traditional/Celtic)
    -Calliope House (Sounds barnyard dance like)
  6. Eddie Sheehy
    If you check through Barbara's list of "Other Tunes" you'll see most of these have already been posted. Maybe relist the ones that haven't been posted yet?
  7. Toycona
    Toycona
    How about "Kitchen Girl" in A?
  8. Barbara Shultz
    Barbara Shultz
    Here's the MOST CURRENT list I'm working from, in alphabetical order

    A Nation Once Again - march
    Ae Fond Kiss -Scottish Air (148)
    All the Good Times Are Past & Gone (bg)

    Back Up and Push (bg)
    Big Mon ~ Monroe
    Bile them Cabbage Down
    Black Mountain Rag
    Black-Eyed Susie (bg)
    Blackberry Blossom (bg)
    Bluegrass Stomp (Monroe)
    Bottom Of The Punchbowl -Reel
    Brumley Brae - reel
    Bull Durham
    Bury Me Beneath the Willow

    Captain Norman Orr-Ewing - march
    Charlie Hunters -jig
    Chester Castle (Reel)
    Cheyenne ~ Monroe
    Child Grove - barndance (146, 147, 148)
    Cill Chais - waltz
    Clinch Mt. Backstep (bg)
    Colleen Malone (bg)
    Columbus Stockade (bg)
    Come by the Hillside - waltz
    Congress Reel - IT
    Costa De Galicia
    Cripple Creek (bg)
    Crooked Stovepipe (reel)
    Cumberland Gap

    Da Road To Houll (Reel)
    Dark Hollow (bg)
    Dawning of the Day - waltz
    Deep Elem Blues (bg)
    Denis Murphy's Hornpipe (hornpipe of course!)
    Dick Sullivan's Favourite - jig
    Dixie Breakdown (bg)
    Donnybrook Fair (jig)
    Drunken Parson (Jig)
    Durang's Hornpipe
    Durham's Bull (BG)
    Durham's Reel (BG)

    East Virginia (bg)
    East Virginia Blues (Rag)
    El Cumbanchero
    Enniskillen Dragoons - march

    Faded Love - fiddle tune
    Fiddlers Dram
    Foggy Mt. Breakdown (bg)
    Foggy Mt. Special (bg)
    Footprints in the Snow (bg)
    Four Poster Bed (Reel)

    Gentle Maiden (Waltz version)
    Gold Rush (bg)
    Golden Eagle Hornpipe - fiddle tune (148)
    Greasy Coat
    Greenland Man's Tune (Hornpipe)
    Grey Eagle (BG)
    Ground Speed (bg)
    Growlin' Ol' Man, Grumblin' Ol' Woman

    Hand Me Down My Walking Cane (bg)
    High Level Hornpipe
    High on a Mountain (bg)
    Honky Tonk Swing (Monroe)
    Huckleberry Hornpipe
    I've Just Seen the Rock of Ages (bg)

    Jack Danielson's Reel
    James F Dickie (Scots Reel)
    John Hardy (bg)
    John Henry (bg)
    Johnny Leary's Polka, Celtic.
    Just Over in the Gloryland (bg)

    Katie Dear (bg)
    Katie Hill (BG)
    Kid on the Mountain - IT slip jig
    Knockbauer Polka #1 IT
    Knockbauer Polka #2 IT

    Lad O'Beirne's (Jig) IT
    Lady's Fancy (Say Old Man, Can You Play the Fiddle)
    Lark in the Morning - IT Jig
    Lee Highway Blues (BG)
    Lietrim Fancy - Jig Celtic
    Little Birdie (bg)
    Loch Leven Castle - Irish
    Lonesome Fiddle Blues (BG)
    Lonesome Road Blues (bg)
    Love of the Mountains (bg)

    Maids of Mt. Kisco (reel)
    Mama Don't Allow (bg)
    Man of Constant Sorrow (bg)
    Maple Sugar - fiddle tune
    Memories of Father Angus
    Money in Both Pockets - IT
    Monroe's Hornpipe (BG)
    More Pretty Girls Than One (bg)
    Morrison's Jig/IT
    Music in the Glen (reel) - IT
    My Lagan Love - slow air - IT

    Never On Sunday
    New Century Hornpipe
    New Money

    O'Donnell Abu - march
    Ol' Mother Flannegan
    Old Copperplate (Reel) - IT
    Old Dangerfield (BG)
    Old Ebeneezer ~ Monroe
    Old French (which goes well with the Snowflake Reel)
    Old Leitrim Jig - IT
    Old Tennessee River ~ Monroe
    Oliver Jack (Shetland Reel)
    Otter's Holt/IT

    Paddy on the Handcar
    Paddy On The Turnpike ~ Monroe
    Paddy's Green Shamrock Shore - waltz - IT
    Patsy Geary's - celtic - jig
    Peggy Lettermore - polka
    Pig in a Pen (bg)
    Pretty Polly (bg)
    Prettiest Little Girl in the Country
    Proudlock's Hornpipe

    Raglan Road - slow air - IT
    Rambler's Hornpipe - celtic - hornpipe
    Rebecca (bg)
    Red Wing (bg)
    Red Rocking Chair (bg)
    Richmond Cotillion
    Rocky Road Blues (bg)
    Roll on Buddy (bg)
    Roisin Dubh - slow air - IT
    Rose of Avonmore (IT)
    Run, Johnny, Run (BG)
    Run and Hide (bg)
    Rye Straw

    Saddle the Pony/IT
    Sadie at the Back Door
    Sail Away Ladies (BG)
    Sally Ann (bg)
    Sally in the Garden
    Salt Creek (bg)
    Sarah Armstrong's Tune
    Scotland The Brave - Scottish March
    Seamus Creagh’s (Polka)
    Seanamhach Tubestation (jig)
    Shoe the Donkey - polka
    Shuckin' the Corn (bg)
    Sittin' on Top of the World (bg)
    Slivenamon - waltz
    Spootiskerry - Shetland
    Star of County Down (IT)
    Sugar in the Gourd - fiddle tune
    Swindon (Waltz)

    Tabhair Dom Do Lamh - IT
    Ten Penny Bit - IT
    Tennessee Waltz

    The Anascaul - polka (145,146, 147, 148)
    The Boys of Blue Hill - hornpipe - IT
    The Cliffs Of Moher/Jig
    The Connaughtman's Rambles/Jig
    The Dash to Portobello (reel)
    The Dawn (reel)
    The Earl's Chair/IT
    The El Paso Waltz
    The Falls of Richmond
    The Galician - polka
    The Green Groves of Erin (reel) - IT
    The Home Ruler - hornpipe - IT
    The Humours of Ballyconnell (reel)
    The Jackets Green - march
    The Kerry - jig - IT
    The Maid Behind the Bar - reel - IT
    The Maid of Ardagh, Polka - IT
    The Merry Blacksmith (reel) - IT
    The Morning Star (reel) - IT
    The Mullingar Lee (reel)
    The Old Grey Cat (Reel)
    The Peeler's Jacket (reel)
    The Piper's Despair (reel) - IT
    The Rowan Tree - polka
    The Sailor on the Rock (reel) - IT
    The Steeplechase (reel)
    The Stool of Repentance - Scottish Jig
    The Tailor's Twist (hornpipe) (146, 147)
    The Upperchurch - polka
    The White Cockade - polka - Scottish

    True Life Blues ~ Monroe
    Trumpet Hornpipe

    Walking in my Sleep (BG) (147, 148)
    Washington's March
    Warksburn Waltz
    Whistle O'er the Lave O't (Scots Strathspey)
    Whistlin Rufus ~ cakewalk (146, 147)
    Willafjord goes well with Spootiskerry (Shetland Reels)
    Working on a Building (bg)
  9. agundrum
    agundrum
    Barbara: That's some list! Must take up most of the day to get through!

    I usually toss the music/tab into a binder and work my way through it. I have to work on making a list.

    Last night in my Fiddle for Mandolin book I discovered "Harvest Home". I think it would be a good SOW tune. You can find a TEF version of it on Mandozine. It's different than the one I've been working on but keeps in spirit with the theme.
    Here's some YouTubes of it.

    Opps, just looked and see this was already a SOW tune! sorry!

    John
  10. David Hansen
    David Hansen
    Barbara, there's 3 tunes on your current list that have been song of the week before: Cherokee Shuffle week #19, Kitchen Girl week#29 and Wildwood Flower week #33.
  11. mculliton123
    mculliton123
    Although not an Official SOW, Brian Boru's March was a popular 'other tune' from October 3, 2009. Don't know if that counts or not, just sayin'

    mc
  12. Barbara Shultz
    Barbara Shultz
    I appreciate all your help in trying to manage this list! Please continue! The list has gotten so long (you can only have so many characters per post), that I've had to drop those that have already been either on a poll and dropped, or on a poll and won. There's been some discussion before, as to whether tunes that have had a run as 'other tunes' should appear on the poll to be considered as 'official tunes'. I think I decided to go ahead and let them, as, for some reason, 'official tunes' carry more weight with some of our members!
  13. Eddie Sheehy
    Jenny's Welcome to Charlie
  14. Michael Pastucha
    Michael Pastucha
    How about Bill Monroe's "Get Up John"? Cool bluegrass tune in a really unusual mandolin tuning, low to high: F#A DD AA AD.
  15. Eddie Sheehy
    Jack Danielson's Reel
  16. Eddie Sheehy
    Hava Nagila
  17. jhuesgen
    jhuesgen
    Suggestion:
    *Lad O'Beirne's (Jig) -go here to hear: http://comhaltas.ie/music/detail/lad_o_beirnes/
    or http: //www.youtube.com/watch?v=OjlnsedDws0 (first tune in set)
    *Old Leitrim Jig (Jig) -http: //www.youtube.com/watch?v=OjlnsedDws0 (3rd tune in set)
  18. jhuesgen
    jhuesgen
    Suggestion:
    *Seamus Creagh’s (Polka) Example: http://comhaltas.ie/music/detail/sea...rip_to_dingle/
  19. mculliton123
    mculliton123
    Memories of Father Angus, Cape Bretton
    http://www.sigeanband.com/media/05.mp3

    Yes, the first 2 minutes will sound familiar, Old Niel Gow's Lament
  20. Jim Baker
    Jim Baker
    A couple Irish polkas
    The Maid of Ardagh, Polka, Celtic
    Johnny Leary's Polka, Celtic.

    Played my DeDannan in the last set of their "Selected Jigs, Reels and Songs" album.

    X: 1
    T: Johnny Leary's
    M: 2/4
    L: 1/8
    R: polka
    K: Dmaj
    |:e>e dB|BA B/c/d|e>e dB|BA A2|
    e>e dB|BA B/c/d|af/a/ gc|1ed d2:|2ed de||
    |:f>e fA|B/c/d ef|g>g ga|ba fa|
    f>a fA|B/c/d ef|af/a/ gc|ed de:|



    X:18
    T:Maid of Ardagh, The
    R:polka
    Z:id:hn-polka-18
    M:2/4
    L:1/8
    K:D
    FA/A/ BA|de f2|fe/f/ gc|ed BA|FA/A/ BA|de f2|fe/f/ gc|ed d2:|
    |:ef/e/ ce|fe a2|ef/e/ ce|fe c/B/A|ef/e/ ce|fe a2|ef/e/ dB|BA A2:|
  21. Bob Scrutchfield
    Bob Scrutchfield
    Thats a great list of songs Barbara.
    I've been looking at a lot of tunes to learn and I'd like to suggest this one for a possible Tune of the Week.
    I think it's a nice little tune to learn.

    title: OLIVER JACK
    (Shetland Reel)
    Oliver Jack-
    (Standard Notation- Mp3 & Midi)


    X: 1
    T: Oliver Jack
    M: 4/4
    L: 1/8
    R: reel
    K: Gmaj
    Bc | d2 dc B2 ge | d2 dc BGBc | d2 dc B2 ge | d4 d2 :|
    B2 | c2 cA B2 BG | A2 AG FGAB | c2 cA BGGB | A2 d2 G2 :|
  22. Barbara Shultz
    Barbara Shultz
    If those in the know, would look over the MOST CURRENT LIST (above) and if you know the genre of tunes that are on the list, with no genre, please reply to this discussion, with the tune and the genre, and I'll update the main list!
  23. David Hansen
    David Hansen
    Here's a list of the one's I recognize:

    After the Battle of Aughrim - polka IT
    Barney Brallighan -12/8 IT
    Calliope House - Jig English
    Cooley's Reel IT
    Dennis Murphy's Polka IT
    High Road To Linton (Reel) Scottish
    Jenny's Welcome to Charlie Scottish
    Jerry Beavers Hat (Jig) IT
    John Ryan's Polka IT
    Kerfunken Jig (Jig) IT
    Kesh Jig IT
    Lad O'Beirne's (Jig) IT
    Mist on the Mountain - jig IT
    Music in the Glen (reel) IT
    My Lagan Love - slow air IT
    Old Copperplate (Reel) IT
    Old Leitrim Jig IT
    Paddy's Green Shamrock Shore - waltz IT
    Raglan Road - slow air IT
    Roisin Dubh - slow air IT
    Scatter the Mud - IT
    Soldier's Joy (reel) * Already song of The Week *
    Spike Island Lasses - reel IT
    Star of Munster - reel IT
    Tabhair Dom Do Lamh IT
    Ten Penny Bit IT
    The Ballydesmond 1, 2 and 3 - polkas IT
    The Boys of Blue Hill - hornpipe IT
    The Cuckoo's Nest (Reel) * Listed Twice *
    The Good natured man (hornpipe) IT
    The Green Groves of Erin (reel) IT
    The Home Ruler - hornpipe IT
    The Kerry - jig IT
    The Maid Behind the Bar - reel IT
    The Maid of Ardagh, Polka, IT
    The Merry Blacksmith (reel) IT
    The Morning Star (reel) IT
    The Piper's Despair (reel) IT
    The Sailor on the Rock (reel) IT
    The White Cockade - polka Scottish
    Tripping up the Stairs -Jig IT
  24. Barbara Shultz
    Barbara Shultz
    David, thanks so much! You really know IT!
  25. Barbara Shultz
    Barbara Shultz
    Just a reminder, if you've got tunes you'd like to see on the poll, please add them to this discussion. Please include the genre. Also, if you know the genre of the tunes on the list (above called THE MOST CURRENT LIST) that are listed with no genre, please let me know, so I can add them!
  26. Jim Baker
    Jim Baker
    A couple jigs I'm working on.

    Flowers of spring - celtic - jig
    Jackie Small's Jig - celtic - jig

    These are included as a set on the De Dannan cd "Selected jigs, reels & songs"

    Also:

    Snug in the blanket - celtic -jig
    Patsy Geary's - celtic - jig

    Both can be found as a set on a cd from Danu called "Seanchas (Lore Tradition Mythos)"
  27. Jim Baker
    Jim Baker
    Rambler's Hornpipe - celtic - hornpipe
  28. Bob Borzelleri
    Bob Borzelleri
    Loch Leven Castle - Irish
  29. Marcelyn
    Marcelyn
    Here's three OT tunes that I'd like to work on sometime...
    Maiden's Prayer
    Rabbit in the Pea Patch
    Spotted Pony
  30. Loretta Callahan
    Loretta Callahan
    I'll second the following suggestions:

    Congress Reel
    Tennessee Waltz
    Maid behind the Bar
    Over the Rainbow
    Salt Creek
    Dennis Murphy's/John Ryan's Polkas
    Maid Behind the Bar
    Paddy's Green Shamrock Shore
    Maiden's Prayer

    And add:

    Morrison's Jig/IT
    Saddle the Pony/IT
    The Earl's Chair/IT
    Otter's Holt/IT
  31. Tosh Marshall
    Tosh Marshall
    Some cool ones I haven't seen:-

    High Level Hornpipe
    Proudlock's Hornpipe
    Chester Castle (Reel)
    Four Poster Bed (Reel)
    Bonny Dundee (Jig)
    Drunken Parson (Jig)
    Gentle Maiden (Waltz version)
    Swindon (Waltz)
    Warksburn Waltz
  32. Loretta Callahan
    Loretta Callahan
    Almost Forgot:

    Kid on the Mountain/IT .. slipjig

    Wow! Lots of song I haven't heard of .... always fun to learn new ones.
  33. Eddie Sheehy
    Time to add on a few:

    Off She Goes - OT
    Hobbart's Transformation - OT/IT
    Money in Both Pockets - IT
  34. Marcelyn
    Marcelyn
    I was reading the most recent posts on the New Fiddle Tune I'm Learning thread and these two titles jumped out at me...

    Possum up a Gum Tree OT
    Snake River Reel OT

    I'm a sucker for catchy titles,
  35. Eddie Sheehy
    Liza Jane
  36. mculliton123
    mculliton123
    Arcadia Waltz
  37. Barbara Shultz
    Barbara Shultz
    I've got a favor to ask. In the post above dated Oct, 19, 2010, that says it's the MOST CURRENT list that I am working from for the polls.... Could ya'll glance over it, and if you can categorize the tunes that don't have a genre listed, please let me know! Also, in the weekly polls, I try to include one BG, one OT, one IT (or related, like the Scots tunes listed as such), and then a couple of something else... anyway, of those with genre included, I've run out of BLUEGRASS tunes (or those listed as such!) So, I think we need some Bluegrass tunes added to this list! If you've got any suggestions, please list them here, and I'll include them in the above list!
  38. jordandvm
    jordandvm
    Barbara,
    Here's some Bluegrass suggestions (I haven't checked to see if they've already been SAW tunes). Some of these came from the "Mandolin Picker's Fakebook". Each tune is catagorized as Bluegrass, and some have cross-over, ie Old Time/ Bluegrass.
    Bill Cheatham, Cattle in the Cane, Crazy Creek, Cricket on the Hearth, Cripple Creek, Dailey's Reel, Done Gone, Durham's Bull, Durham's Reel, Dusty Miller II, East Tennessee Blues, Fire on the Mountain, Goodbye Liza Jane, Grey Eagle, Hamilton County, Jersulem Ridge, Johnny the Blacksmith I, Katy Hill, Leather Britches, Lee Highway Blues, Liberty, Lonesome Fiddle Blues, Lost Indian I, Monroe's Hornpipe, Old Dangerfield, Run, Johnny Run A, Sail Away Ladies, Snowflake Reel, Snowshoes A, Stoney Creek, Walking in My Sleep, White Horse Breakdown

    Hope this helps!

    Jim
  39. jamann
    jamann
    Bluegrass:

    My Father's Footsteps ~ Monroe
    Cheyenne ~ Monroe
    Big Mon ~ Monroe
    True Life Blues ~ Monroe
    Old Tennessee River ~ Monroe
    Monroe's Hornpipe ~ Monroe
    Candy Gal ~ Monroe
    Sitting Alone In The Moonlight ~ Monroe
    Old Ebeneezer Scrooge ~ Monroe
    Paddy On The Turnpike ~ Monroe
  40. mculliton123
    mculliton123
    The Lass at Patti's Mill. (Scottish Air)
  41. Jill McAuley
    Jill McAuley
    Donnybrook Fair (jig)
    Music in the Glen (reel)
    The Tailor's Twist (hornpipe)
    Maids of Mt. Kisco (reel)
    The Peeler's Jacket (reel)
    The Humours of Ballyconnell (reel)
    The Dash to Portobello (reel)
    The Mullingar Lee (reel)
    Denis Murphy's Hornpipe (hornpipe of course!)
  42. Eddie Sheehy
    Little Judique - Old Time
    Money in Both Pockets - Jig
    Homage a Edmond Parizeau - Cape Breton?
    Celina - Old Time
  43. Loretta Callahan
    Loretta Callahan
    Going to second these two tunes:

    Kerfunken Jig/IT
    The Home Ruler/Hornpipe It

    And add:

    The Connaughtman's Rambles/Jig
    The Cliffs Of Moher/Jig
  44. SMH
    SMH
    How about The Stool of Repentance - Scottish Jig

    Named for the ancient Scots Presbyterian practice of having people who had sinned against morality - usually for fornication - sit on a high stool in the kirk and be rebuked during services

    Creepy name but a great little tune and not too difficult to play.
  45. Marcelyn
    Marcelyn
    So, I've been skimming the "Best Fiddle Tune Ever" thread," and here are a few titles that came up which I thought I should learn eventually...
    Maple Sugar
    Sugar in the Gourd
    Grey Eagle
    Golden Eagle Hornpipe
    Faded Love
    I'm thinking these are all Old Time.
  46. Michael Pastucha
    Michael Pastucha
    Well, here's some more Bluegrass tunes to consider... I think I've weeded out the ones that have been Tune of the Week before.
    All the Good Times Are Past & Gone (bg)
    Back Up and Push (bg)
    Blackberry Blossom (bg)
    Black-Eyed Susie (bg)
    Clinch Mt. Backstep (bg)
    Cripple Creek (bg)
    Columbus Stockade (bg)
    Colleen Malone (bg)
    Dark Hollow (bg)
    Deep Elem Blues (bg)
    Dixie Breakdown (bg)
    East Virginia (bg)
    Foggy Mt. Breakdown (bg)
    Foggy Mt. Special (bg)
    Footprints in the Snow (bg)
    Gold Rush (bg)
    Ground Speed (bg)
    Hand Me Down My Walking Cane (bg)
    High on a Mountain (bg)
    I've Just Seen the Rock of Ages (bg)
    John Hardy (bg)
    John Henry (bg)
    Just Over in the Gloryland (bg)
    Katie Dear (bg)
    Little Birdie (bg)
    Lonesome Road Blues (bg)
    Love of the Mountains (bg)
    Mama Don't Allow (bg)
    Man of Constant Sorrow (bg)
    More Pretty Girls Than One (bg)
    Pig in a Pen (bg)
    Pretty Polly (bg)
    Rebecca (bg)
    Red Wing (bg)
    Red Rocking Chair (bg)
    Rocky Road Blues (bg)
    Roll on Buddy (bg)
    Run and Hide (bg)
    Sally Ann (bg)
    Salt Creek (bg)
    Shuckin' the Corn (bg)
    Sittin' on Top of the World (bg)
    Working on a Building (bg)
  47. fatt-dad
    fatt-dad
    have you all done:

    Sadie at the Back Door
    Sarah Armstrong's Tune
    Paddy on the Handcar
    Richmond Cotillion
    The Falls of Richmond
    Cumberland Gap
    Old French (which goes well with the Snowflake Reel)
    Kitchen Girl
    Sally in the Garden
    Rye Straw
    Growlin' Ol' Man, Grumblin' Ol' Woman
    Lady's Fancy (Say Old Man, Can You Play the Fiddle)
    Durang's Hornpipe
    Dubuque
    Cold and Frosty Morning
    Greasy Coat
    Ol' Mother Flannegan

    Hey, I'm just going from memory, I have a tune list in my case. . .

    f-d
  48. Manfred Hacker
    Manfred Hacker
    Rose of Avonmore (IT)
    Congress Reel
    Tennessee Waltz
    East Tennessee Blues (Rag)
    Bluegrass Stomp (Monroe)
    Honky Tonk Swing (Monroe)
    Star of County Down (IT)
  49. peddyrmac
    peddyrmac
    Salmon tails up the water (IT/Scottish)
    Ta Cashen Ersooyl dys yn Aarkey (IT/Manx)
    Flitter dance/Flitter daunsey (IT/Manx)
    Belfast Hornpipe (IT)
    Star of the County Down (IT)
    Congress Reel (IT)
    Galway hornpipe (IT)
  50. Barbara Shultz
    Barbara Shultz
    The list has gotten too long for just one post! Here's PART 1 of the current list I'm working from:

    A Nation Once Again - march (182, 183)xx
    All the Good Times Are Past & Gone - BG
    Ashokan Farewell (Jay Ungar) (already has a long discussion with video)

    Back Up and Push - BG
    Bie Mir Bis Du Schon ~ swing (200, 201, 202)xx
    Bile Them Cabbage Down ~ folk song (172, 173, 174, 175)xx
    Black Mountain Rag
    Black-Eyed Susie - BG
    Black Velvet Waltz
    Blackberry Blossom - BG
    Blackberry Rag
    Brumley Brae - reel
    Bucks of Oranmore (IT)
    Bull Durham

    Catharsis (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OcRebynJBUE)
    Charlie Hunters -jig
    Chester Castle (Reel) (217)
    Cill Chais - waltz (214, 215, 216)xx
    Colleen Malone - BG
    Columbus Stockade - BG
    Come by the Hillside - waltz (164, 165, 166, 167)xx
    Costa De Galicia (214, 215, 216)xx
    Cripple Creek - BG (217)

    Da Road To Houll (Reel) (205, 206)xx
    Dark Hollow (bg)
    Dawning of the Day - waltz (152, 153, 154)xxx
    Deep Elem Blues - BG
    Denis Murphy's Hornpipe (hornpipe of course!) (202, 204 205, 206)xx
    Diabinho Maluco ~ Brazilian choro (155, 156, 157)xx
    Dick Sullivan's Favourite - jig (182, 183)xx
    Dixie Breakdown - BG
    Drunken Parson (Jig) (165, 166, 167, 168)xx
    Durang's Hornpipe (158, 159)xx
    Durham's Bull - BG
    Durham's Reel - BG

    El Cumbanchero (161)xxx
    Enniskillen Dragoons - march (156, 157, 158)xx

    Fleur de Mandragore (207, 208)xx
    Flitter dance (IT/Manx)
    Foggy Mt. Special - BG
    Footprints in the Snow - BG
    Four Poster Bed (Reel) (181, 182, 183, 184)xx

    Greasy Coat
    Greenland Man's Tune (Hornpipe) (210, 211, 212, 213)xx
    Ground Speed - BG


    Hand Me Down My Walking Cane - BG
    High Level Hornpipe (185,186, 187)xx
    High on a Mountain - BG
    Honky Tonk Swing (Monroe) (162, 163, 164, 165)xx
    Huckleberry Hornpipe (207, 208, 209) xxx

    James F Dickie (Scots Reel) (168, 169)xx
    John Hardy - BG
    John Henry - BG
    Johnny Leary's Polka (IT) (149, 150, 151)xxx
    Just Over in the Gloryland - BG

    Katie Dear - BG (211, 212, 213)xx
    King of the Pipers (5 part jig) (187)
    Knockbauer Polka #1 IT
    Knockbauer Polka #2 IT

    Lad O'Beirne's (Jig) IT
    Lady's Fancy (Say Old Man, Can You Play the Fiddle) (214, 215, 216, 217)
    Lee Highway Blues - BG (156, 157)xx
    Little Birdie - BG
    Love of the Mountains - BG (170, 171, 172, 173)xxx
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