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Thread: Mostly New England fiddle tunes in alto clef for mandola and OC?

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    Default Mostly New England fiddle tunes in alto clef for mandola and OC?

    Hi - I've posted about this collection before, but it's been quite a while.
    I play mandola and viola and lived in New England for a long time. I've since moved to Seattle, WA, but I still love the contra dance tunes and waltzes. I put together a collection of about 450 tunes that I transcribed and transposed into alto clef (and usually down an octave) to play on mandola. The collection is totally free. I have a PDF of the collection at
    which is my Google Drive account.
    Also, Ralph Canapa, of Transported Productions, donated his time and expertise and converted the collection into an app for iPad (only iPad, sorry!). The app is free and has no ads. You can search the Apple app store for Fiddle Tunes for Viola or go directly to
    If you decide to check the collection out, I hope you enjoy it. I'd like to hear from you if you do check it out. Also, if you're in the NorthEast Seattle area and would like to play tunes at a relaxed tempo and using sheet music if necessary, I'd love to hear from you. All the best, Ralph (Palmer, not Canapa)

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