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MIDI Come O'er the Stream Charlie, Scottish, 18th Century - MIDI Comical Fellow, English Country Dance, 18th Century - MIDI Crabs in the Skillet, American, 19th Century, "spooky" 40 bar jig in original key of Gm - MIDI Crabs in the Skillet, American, 19th Century, "spooky" 40 bar jig set in Am - MIDI Croagh Patrick, (also Haste to the Wedding) Scottish, 18th Century - two parts plus bass - MIDI Cuckoo, (the Cuckoo) American and British Isles traditional song, instrumental, in A minor - MIDI Cuckoo's Nest, American, British, Scottish, Irish traditional fiddle tune/song in D and D mixolydian- MIDI and see the different tune "Nyth y Gwcw" - the Welsh "Cuckoo's Nest Da Mihi Manum - "Give me Your Hand" old harp air by Rory Dahl O'Cathain c. MIDI Delahunty's Hornpipe - Irish, traditonal hornpipe, set in D - MIDI Dies Irae, the Dies Irae from the front cover border of my Ren-Med Faque Book - MIDI De'il Amang the Taylors, (Devil Among the Tailors), the Scottish ancestor of Devil's Dream - MIDI Dolley Madison's Minuet - American, composed by Alexander Reinagle in 1809 for the First Lady - MIDI Dolley Madison's Minuet Treble Duet - American, composed by Alexander Reinagle in 1809 for the First Lady, with the bass accompaniment in treble clef - MIDI Donald Dhu - Scottish, song - 18th Century MIDI Dover Pier - Playford English Country Dance, set in G major - 17th Century MIDI Down by Yon Sally Gardens - Irish, song - English lyrics were set by W. Yeats MIDI Downfall of Paris, from after Napoleon's defeat at Waterloo, set in G major - MIDI march - MIDI fast reel Drowsy Maggie, Irish fast reel - MIDI Duke of Kent's Waltz, Early 18th Century Waltz written for Queen Victoria's father - MIDI Easy You Rogue. - Traditional Irish jug by John Murphy ca 1809 - MIDI Eighth of January - American reel, after the Battle of New Orleans -War of 1812 - MIDI Ein Prosit - German drinking song, with lyrics. MIDI Eleanor Plunkett, Irish - O'Carolan sheet music - MIDI - multitrack Faery Dance, by legendary Scottish fiddler Niel Gow - Scottish, 18th Century - MIDI Fairly Shot on Her, 18th century Scottish/northern English 64 bar jig.
Plays like a 16 bar jig with three extra variations - MIDI Farewell to Whiskey - Scottish - Niel Gow's lament, now often played as a reel MIDI Faronell's Ground, Three of the Playford variations on Faronell's ground - 17th Century - MIDI Father O'Flynn - Irish jig, a/k/a Top of Cork Road with piano accompaniment MIDI Father O'Flynn - Irish jig, a/k/a Top of Cork Road, straight lead sheet with chords MIDI Female Sayler - French/English from the early 1700s, also a mid-1800s Christmas carol "Masters in This Hall", set in Am as an English country dance - MIDI Fenian Stronghold - Irish, traditional, compare to Avenging and Bright - old version in flat keys - MIDI Fenian Stronghold - Irish, traditional, dulcimer friendly keys - MIDI Fiddler's Dram - American and elswhere, 16 bar reel MIDI A Fig for a Kiss, A very nice 9/8 in E minor from England, Scotland and Ireland - MIDI Firth of Cromartie, John & Andrew Gow, Scottish, 18th Century - MIDI Fishar's Minuet II, A duet minuet by the author of Fishar's Hornpipe - 18th Century - MIDI Gaelic Air, a Highland air collected by P.
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Scottish strathspey in A - Athole Collection 1884 - MIDI Hoboekentanz - 16th century dance tune with two 6 bar parts - MIDI Hog Eyed Man - American fiddle tune, compare to Sally in the Garden - MIDI Hole in the Wall - 19th century American Clog dance from Kerr's collection set in Am.
A good "spooky" tune.- MIDI (Mr.) Horn's Strathspey, John & Andrew Gow, Scottish, 18th Century - in Am - MIDI (Mr.) Horn's Strathspey, John & Andrew Gow, Scottish, 18th Century - in Gm - MIDI House of the Rising Sun 4/4 version, American traditional, with a bass line - in Am - MIDI House of the Rising Sun 6/8 version, American traditional, with an arpeggiated bass line and intro - in Am - MIDI Hunt the Squirrel - Lively English country dance in 6/8, widely known and played, and possible source of a schoolyard chant - MIDI Hunters of Kentucky - The original "Battle of New Orleans" song, from 1815, with the original 1815 accompaniment.
) - MIDI Branle L'Official - 16th Century dance tune that became a Christmas song "Ding Dong Merrily on High".
Goes well in a medley with the Morrisque - MIDI Branle Double/Branle Simple/Branle Gay - Three short 16th century branles - MIDI Brian Boru's March, Irish - very old 6/8 march - MIDI Cantique de Noel - French 19th Century Christmas Song (O Holy Night)- MIDI Captain Mac Heath's Soliloqy - (Greensleeves Variant) - A cynical song, sung by Mac Health while in prison waiting to be hanged on Tyburn Tree.
(Some other hornpipes and 49 other 18th Century tunes are in Kitchen Musician Book 16, and on the CD Pass'd Times.) Haste to the Wedding - also known as Croagh Patrick Scottish, 18th Century - two parts plus bass - MIDI Heart of Oak - David Garrick song from 1759 English musical theatre, popular through the Revolution - MIDI Highland Whiskey - Not just for breakfast.A-Beggin' I Will Go - Traditional English humorous song - Em setting - MIDI Abbots Bromley Horn Dance - English, Medieval heritage - MIDI Ach du lieber Augustin - German song, good for Oktoberfest - MIDI The Agincourt Carol, from Henry V's victory in 1415 and the cover of Kitchen Musician Book #13 - MIDI Air by Fingal, Ancient Scottish harp air by Rory Dahl bass harmony (treble harmony version) - MIDI (Sir) Alexander Don's Strathspey - Scottish - Ancestor of "Auld lang syne"?- MIDI Amazing Grace - English, Traditional Hymn, also now a bagpipe tune - MIDI Anacreontic Song, English - American, the tune that Marmaduke Durang used to set to Francis Scott Key's 1814 poem, one night when Durang, Key, Roger Taney and others were sitting in a Baltimore tavern - MIDI Arkansas Traveler - With a bit of the old 19th Century traveler patter routine - MIDI Auld lang syne - Scottish - Robert Burns - the familiar tune. - MIDI Auld lang syne - Scottish - Robert Burns - a less familiar tune - MIDI Aure Francoise - French, 3/4 major key arrangment - MIDI Avenging and Bright - Irish, Thomas Moore song, early 1800's - MIDI Back of the Schoolbus Suite I - Three tunes learned in the back of the schoolbus - folk music that survives with neither official support nor commercial assistance: Helen Had a Steamboat, Found a Peanut, Ninety Nine Bottles of Beer on the Wall - MIDI Back of the Schoolbus Suite II - Three more tunes from the back of the schoolbus - She Waded in the Water, The Worms Go In, My Bonnie - MIDI Back of the Schoolbus Suite III - Two more tunes from the back of the schoolbus - Web Footed Friends (Stars and Stripes Forever), and To the Dump (William Tell Overture) - MIDI Ballykeel Jig, A fast driving Irish jig that goes from D mixolydian to D ionian mode - MIDI Banks of the Dee, A moderate tempo 6/8 with American Revolution parody lyrics - MIDI Banks of Inverness, Celtic - Irish, with Scottish associations - MIDI Banks of Spey - Scots - One of the great William Marshall strathspeys from the 1700s - MIDI Banshee - or Mac Mahon's - Fast Irish reel, with a minor key bridge - MIDI Barbarini's Tambourine - 40 Bar Country dance tune, with an ending that goes on forever - MIDI Battle of Aughrim, Irish, after the battle in the 1690's Jacobite wars.In A minor- MIDI Carol of the Bells - Christmas carol, supposedly from a Russian melody, two parts - treble and bass - MIDI Carol of the Bells - Same two parts but with bass line written in treble clef, to be played an octave lower.Campbell's Farewell to Redcastle- Scottish, Americanized to a reel MIDI Carlin's Daughter (Carlin Is Your Daughter Ready), Scottish, 18th Century - MIDI Catch and Kiss the Romp - Scottish Reel - MIDI Cat Clumb Up the Plum Tree - Three part American Schottische with several titles - MIDI Charlie Is My Darling - Scottish Jacobite Song about Bonnie Prince Charlie, in Dm - MIDI Charlie Is My Darling Em - Scottish Jacobite Song about Bonnie Prince Charlie, in Em - MIDI Charlie Is My Darling with bass - Scottish Jacobite Song about Bonnie Prince Charlie, in Dm, bass line - MIDI Charlie Is My Darling Em with bass - Scottish Jacobite Song about Bonnie Prince Charlie, in Em, with bass - MIDI Chester - American Revolutionary War hymn - MIDI Christchurch Bells - 17th century country dance, playable as a round - MIDI Christmas Hornpipe - American, in traditional key of B flat - MIDI Christmas Hornpipe - American, in dulcimer friendly key of G - MIDI Church Street Polka - an Irish polka MIDI Cold Frosty Morning- American old-timey fiddle tune in Am MIDI Coleraine - Irish traditional high-energy jig, in Am - MIDI Colonel Bogey Theme- British - Intro and main theme - See Intros - MIDI Colonel Mc Bain's Reel - Scottish, Robert Bremner 1769 - original Key of G minor, three partswith dance instructions- MIDI Colonel Mc Bain's Reel in Dm- Scottish, three parts set in Dm mixolydian (C key signature) Robert Bremner 1769 - - MIDI Colored Aristocracy - American MIDI Comb Your Hair and Curl It - Irish Slip Jig - 9/8 - The title's not romantic like "The Butterfly", but the tune is great. 1743-5, and a good wedding song - MIDI Dainty Davie - Scottish song in 6/8 - Indelicate lyrics - Burns song - MIDI Dame Get Up and Bake Your Pies, Olde English carol of the Greensleeves family, with lyrics Scrooge would have loved......rather ghastly after the first verse, actually.