Various: Celtic Accordion

(Arranger: Martin Tourish)

  • for standard bass accordion
  • Composer: Various
  • Arranger: Martin Tourish
  • Table of contents:
    Trad. Irish: The Forgotten Highland
    Trad. Irish: Molly St George
    Trad. Welsh: Beth yw’r Haf i Mi?
    Trad. Cornish: De-Sul Vyttyn
    Trad. Welsh: Merch Megan
    Trad. Scottish: Rosilin Castle
    Trad. Welsh: Pibdawns y car gwyllt
    Trad. Irish: Tabhair dom do Lamh
    Trad. Scottish: The Duke of Perth
    Trad. Scottish: The Atholl Highlanders
    Trad. Irish: Na Ceannabhain Bhana
    Trad. Scottish: A Man’s a Man for All That
    Trad. Scottish: Captain Campbell
    Trad. Scottish: Da Ferry Reel
    Trad. Scottish: The Pitnacree Ferryman
    Trad. Irish: The Star above the Garter
    Trad. Irish: The Killavil Jig
    Trad. Breton: An Dro
    Trad. Scottish: The New Rigged Ship
    Trad. Irish: O'Carolan's Concerto
    Trad. Irish: The Humours of Whiseky
    Trad. Irish: The Magic Slipper
    Trad. Breton: Danse Macabre
    Trad. Breton: Tri Martelod
    Trad. Irish: The Rights of Man
    Trad. Irish: The Boys of Malin
    Trad. Scottish: Lieutenant Maguire’s Jig
    Trad. Irish: James Tourish’s Polka
    Trad. Scottish: The Laird O'Drumblair
    Trad. Irish: Trippin’
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Diverse: Celtic Accordion for standard bass accordion | UED3612500

30 easy to intermediate-level pieces

  • Edition type: digital sheet music
  • Grade: 4-7
  • Languages: German | English | French
  • Edition info: PDF download
  • Format: 21.0 × 29.7 cm
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Description

Martin Tourish is an accordion specialist from Ireland whose own history is steeped in the tradition of Celtic Music. In his ground-breaking publication “CELTIC”, he explores, in arrangements for solo, standard-bass accordion, music from Ireland, Scotland, Wales, Cornwall and Brittany. He examines “styles within styles”, offering thirty easy to intermediate grade pieces as well as a guide to performing practice in a genre where the musical notation is often considered by performers to be merely “skeletal”.  He hopes that this book will also be an invitation to seek out recordings, and to visit the places and peoples evoked by this music.

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Contents

  • Trad. Irish: The Forgotten Highland
  • Trad. Irish: Molly St George
  • Trad. Welsh: Beth yw’r Haf i Mi?
  • Trad. Cornish: De-Sul Vyttyn
  • Trad. Welsh: Merch Megan
  • Trad. Scottish: Rosilin Castle
  • Trad. Welsh: Pibdawns y car gwyllt
  • Trad. Irish: Tabhair dom do Lamh
  • Trad. Scottish: The Duke of Perth
  • Trad. Scottish: The Atholl Highlanders
  • Trad. Irish: Na Ceannabhain Bhana
  • Trad. Scottish: A Man’s a Man for All That
  • Trad. Scottish: Captain Campbell
  • Trad. Scottish: Da Ferry Reel
  • Trad. Scottish: The Pitnacree Ferryman
  • Trad. Irish: The Star above the Garter
  • Trad. Irish: The Killavil Jig
  • Trad. Breton: An Dro
  • Trad. Scottish: The New Rigged Ship
  • Trad. Irish: O'Carolan's Concerto
  • Trad. Irish: The Humours of Whiseky
  • Trad. Irish: The Magic Slipper
  • Trad. Breton: Danse Macabre
  • Trad. Breton: Tri Martelod
  • Trad. Irish: The Rights of Man
  • Trad. Irish: The Boys of Malin
  • Trad. Scottish: Lieutenant Maguire’s Jig
  • Trad. Irish: James Tourish’s Polka
  • Trad. Scottish: The Laird O'Drumblair
  • Trad. Irish: Trippin’

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