Scottish Folk Tunes

35 Traditional Pieces
Schott World Music

pour: Ukulélé

Partition musicale, CD play-back

№ d’article647723
ArrangeurSamantha Muir
Difficultémoyen
Languesallemand, anglais, français
Portée60 pages; 23,0 x 30,5 cm
Date de parution2015
Éditions/ProducteurSchott Music
№ de fabricantED 13786
ISBN9781847613776
ISMN9790220118302
19,50 €
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Délai de livraison: 2–3 jours ouvrables (Allemagne )
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Description

Scottish Folk Tunes for Ukulele presents a collection of 37 pieces for solo fingerstyle ukulele playing. Drawn from the rich tradition of Scottish folk music the collection covers a range of styles including some popular, as well as lesser known pieces. Experienced ukulele player and teacher Samantha Muir provide notes on all of the pieces, as well as technical aspects of the playing style. This volume is accompanied by a CD with a recording of all tunes. German and French translations of all texts are available as PDF downloads from the Schott Music website. Suitable for players of grades 3-8.

Contenu

  • Introduction
    1. Annie Laurie
    1. Bonnie Dundee
    1. Farewell Tae Tarwathie
    1. Ca' the Yowes
    1. There's Nae Luck About the House
    1. Ye Banks and Braes
    1. Comin' Through the Rye
    1. Ba ba ba mo leanabh
    1. The Blantyre Explosion
    1. Cock O' the North
    1. Turn Ye To Me
    1. Rowan Tree
    1. Macpherson's Rant
    1. The Bonnie, Bonnie Banks of Loch Lomond
    1. Scoty Wha hae
    1. O My Luve's Like a Red, Red Rose
    1. Will Ye No Come Back Again
    1. Rattlin' Roarin' Willie
    1. My Bonnie Lies Over the Ocean
    1. The Hundred Pipers
    1. The Campbells are Coming
    1. Kelvingrove
    1. The Skye Boat Song
    1. Charlie is My Darling
    1. O Whistle and I'll Come to Thee My Lad
    1. Flow Gently Sweet Afton
    1. Bluebells of Scotland
    1. The Black Bear
    1. Highland Laddie, Highland Lassie
    1. Atholl Highlanders
    1. The Jig of Slurs
    1. Mary's Wedding
    1. The Bonnie Ship the Diamond
    1. Niel Gow's Lament for the Death of His Second Wife
    1. Auld Lang Syne