By Mandolin Cafe
June 9, 2013 - 6:30 pm
The Asheville Celtic Mandolin Collection is a new publication authored by W. R. Kurczak that consists of 50 Celtic fiddle tunes arranged for mandolin. The tunes are set as you would find them in a local Irish traditional session session.
The music is presented in tablature and standard notation with chords and includes reels, jigs, slip jigs, and waltzes. Excellent for mandolin, fiddle and tenor banjo players. Also includes a bonus section of 14 Celtic flat-picking guitar arrangements in standard tuning and DADGAD.
20% of all profits from the sale of the book go to the Swannanoa Gathering Scholarship fund.
Selections from the book:
Attfield's Lament, Banish Misfortune, The Banshee, The Blarney Pilgrim, Bunker Hill, The Choice Wife, Creeping Docken, Cup of Tea, Devanney's Goat Dinny O'Brien's, Dunmoore Lasses, Dusty Windowsills, The Earl's Chair, Gallagher's Frolics, Give Me Your Hand, Hag at the Churn, Hardiman the Fiddler Have a Drink With Me, Humours of Tulla, Inisheer, Islay Ranter's Reel, Jim Ward's, Joe Cooley's, Lady on the Island, Last Night's Fun, The Maid Behind the Bar, The Maple Leaf, The Merry Blacksmith, The Miller's Maggot, Mist Covered Mountain, The Musical Priest, Na Ceannabhain Bana, The Noon Day Feast, Off to California, O'Keefe's, Old Bush, Otter's Holt, Peter Byrne's Fancy, Poor Old Woman, Porthole of Kelp, Return from Fingal, The Reverend Brother's Jig, Roscommon Reel, The Scholar, Sergeant Early's Dream, Silver Spear, The Solstice, The Stonesmith, Trip to Durrow, The Wise Maid
Bonus Guitar Tablature:
Attfield's Lament, Banish Misfortune, The Blarney Pilgrim, The Choice Wife, Cup of Tea, Gallagher's Frolics, Hag at the Churn, Islay Ranter's Reel, Joe Cooley's The Maple Leaf, Mist Covered Mountain, Na Ceannabhain Bana, Otter's Holt, The Scholar
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