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Various: Tunes for fun

(Arranger: Geoffry Russell-Smith)

  • for treble recorder (guitar, percussion ad lib.)
  • Instrumentation details:
    bass fl-A (guit, perc ad lib.)
  • Composer: Various
  • Arranger: Geoffry Russell-Smith
  • Editor: Geoffry Russell-Smith
  • Table of contents:
    Welsh folk song: All through the Night
    Traditional: Clementine
    Irish folk song: Cockles and Mussels
    English folk song: The Bailiff's Daughter of Islington
    Scottish song: My Bonnie
    English folk song: My Love's an Arbutus
    Scottish folk song: Afton Water
    Old English Nursery Rhyme: The Grand Old Duke of York
    Irish folk song: The Minstrel Boy
    Old English: Barbara Allen
    Scottish Ballad: Annie Laurie
    Welsh folk song: Men of Harlech
    17th Century English: The Vicar of Bray
    Traditional: Down by the Sally Garden
    Scottish: Loch Lomond
    English: Greensleeves
    Irish folk song: The Londonderry Air
    Welsh folk song: David of the White Rock
    Highland folk song: The Blue Bells of Scotland
    Welsh folk song: The Ash Grove
    Old English: Early one Morning
    Old English Hunting song: John Peel
    18th Century English: A-Hunting we will go
    17th Century English: Begone dull Care
    Scottish: Charlie is my Darling
    Student song: Gaudeamus Igitur
    Sea Shanty: Spanish Ladies
    Anglo-French: For he's a jolly good Fellow
    Sea Shanty: The Bay of Biscay-O
    Student song: Upidee
    Traditional Sailor's Dance: Sailor's Hornpipe
    Campfire song: Ten Green Bottles
    Marching song: Lilliburlero
    18th Century: The Girl I left behind me
    Campfire song: Michael Finnigan
    Old Army song: Coming round the Mountain
    H. R. Bishop: Home Sweet Home
    Stephen C. Foster: Old Black Joe
    Stephen C. Foster: Jeannie with the light-brown Hair
    Old Southern song: Li'l Liza Jane
    One more River
    Old Cowboy song: Home on the Range
    Stephen C. Foster: Old Folks at Home
    Student song: Down in Demerara
    John Brown's Body
    When Jonny comes marching Home
    Americen Square Dance: Turkey in the Straw
    H. C. Work: The Year of Jubilo
    F. Gruber: Silent Night
    Once in Royal David's City
    Away in a Manger
    The First Noel
    Hark! the Herald Angels sing
    Christians Awake
    Good King Wenceslas
    The Holly and the Ivy
    I Saw Three Ships
    God Save the Queen
    Rule, Britannia

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