Tunes from 17th Century Scotland Arranged for Mandolin

Tunes from 17th Century Scotland Arranged for Mandolin

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Tunes from 17th Century Scotland Arranged for Mandolin

by Rob MacKillop

Book with online audio. Many great Scottish traditional tunes can be traced back to the 17th century - when writing tunes in manuscript collections for the lute was of high interest. These playable arrangements for the mandolin feature 25 popular tunes from the Skene, Balcarres, Panmure and Straloch manuscripts, most of which have not been available for the mandolin until now. Notation is in treble clef with tablature for GDAE tuning. The online audio features Rob’s performance of each piece. A wonderful new take on old repertoire. Note/tab. 50 pp.

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  • Alace Yat I Came Owr The Moor And Left My Love Behind Me
  • To Dance About The Bailzeis Dubb
  • The Flowres Of The Forrest
  • My Ladie Laudians Lilt
  • Jennet Drinks No Water
  • I Mett Her In The Medowe
  • Blew Breiks
  • The New Highland Ladie
  • Sweet Willie
  • The Old Duke Of Loraines March
  • The New Duke Of Loraines March
  • My Dearie, An Thou Dye
  • Lillybullaro
  • Lady Lothian’s Lilt
  • Courante And Double
  • Rhona’s Tune
  • The Canaries
  • Shoe Looks As Shoe Wold Lett Me
  • I Dare Not Vowe I Love Thee
  • Canaries
  • Ladie Cassilles Lilt
  • The Lass O Glasgowe
  • I Serve A Worthie Ladie
  • Joy To The Personne
  • She Mowpitt Comming Owr The Lie

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Skill level intermediate1