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    Nigel Gatherer's Tune of the Week Compilation, Volume 2

    On my forum (The Gathering) I have a tune of the week feature involving a nominated tune which people play and discuss. It's building into an interesting collection of tunes (we're at No.40 just now), and I have compiled the second 21 tunes into a PDF-format book, available free of charge (the first volume is still available - see the Tune of the Week home page). The tunes are mostly Scottish, but there are a few Irish, a Swedish tune and even a little Beethoven piece!.

    If you have any trouble accessing the files, let me know.


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    Thank you again! I've had so much fun with volume 1 and now volume 2 looks like a real treat! I had no problem printing it off.
    >>>===> Dave

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    Thank you for both of these. (I didn't know about the first one until now.)


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    Cheers Nigel!
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    Your the man Nigel.....


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    Thanks Nigel, very nice compilation and the mp3's are a help.

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    That is very generous of you - thanks very much for this wonderful resource!

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    Thank you very much, what a great selection to work through. Much appreciated.

    Chris

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    wow a wealth of tunes to get my head round thanks a lot

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    Thank you, Nigel!

    Best wishes,
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    Wow, thank you. I had no clue that forum even existed, but I'll be over there quite a bit. Thanks again, for the forum and the ridiculous amount of work you've put into this.
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    As others have said, "Thank you." The effort that goes into such a work is large. I'll be one of those blessed by it.
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    What a fantastic resource. Thank you so much for all your hard work Nigel

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    Homework!

    Thanks!!

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    Thanks! Nice selection.

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    This is great! Thanks so much for putting both of these together.
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    Having just moved to a new city and a new job and finding myself in a situation where I need to watch what I spend, free mandolin music is especially appreciated! Thanks, Nigel! Can't wait to start trying these out!

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