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description: Violin

PublisherBoosey & Hawkes (London)
SeriesFiddler Collections
Availability: Stock Title
Level of Difficulty:Intermediate
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Appalachian, Blue-grass, Country, Cajun and Texan Swing for strings. A flexible format and extra optional parts makes these ideal for solos, duets, or a larger folk band. The violin part comes with optional easy violin part and guitar chords.


Acadian Two-step (Cajun)
Arkansas Traveller (Old-time)
Bayou noir (Black Bayou Two-step) (Cajun)
Bill Cheatem (Bluegrass)
Blackberry Blossom (Bluegrass)
Cotton Patch Rag (Texas Style)
Cotton-eyed Joe (Old-time)
Cripple Creek (Bluegrass)
Dusty Miller (Bluegrass)
East Tennessee Blues (Bluegrass)
Fire on the Mountain (Bluegrass)
Gray Eagle
Johnny peu pas danse (Johnny Can't Dance) (Cajun)
Leather Britches (Bluegrass)
Les flammes d'enfer (The Flames of Hell)
Little Maggie (Old-time)
Little Sadie (Old-time)
Little Saide (Old-time)
Old Joe Clark (Old-time)
Ragtime Annie (Texas Style)
Sally Goodin (Bluegrass)
Salt River (Old-time)
Stoney Point (Old-time)
The Eighth of January (Old-time)
Tom and Jerry (Texas style)
Turkey in the Straw (Old-time)
Wagoner (Old-time)

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