Mexican Fiddle Tunes for Two Violins

compiled and arranged by Deborah Greenblatt
sku: 514-72
33 traditional tunes for you to play alone, or with another string player. In these arrangements, the melody is in the top line, and the harmony is in the bottom line. Includes songs of revolution, love, songs to get folks dancing, and songs to help you sleep. All of the arrangements include chord symbols for back-up players. Contains the same tunes in the same keys as in Mexican Fiddle Tunes for Two Mandolins (514-73). Tunes: La Adelita, La Bamba, Chiapanecas, Nine Red Horsemen, Santiana, Don Gato, more. Comb-bound. 57 pp.   More Details...

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  • La Adelita
  • Arrorro Mi Nino (Hush-A-Bye My Baby)
  • Arroz Con Leche (Rice With Milk)
  • La Bamba
  • La Bola (The Ball)
  • La Cárcel De Cananea (Cananea Jail)
  • Carmen Carmela
  • Cerro Prieto
  • El Charro (The Cowboy)
  • Chiapanecas
  • Cielito Lindo (Lovely Sweet One)
  • Corrido
  • Cuando Escuches Este Vals (When You Hear This Waltz)
  • Cucaracha, La (The Cockroach)
  • De Colores (Of Colors)
  • Don Gato (Mr. Cat)
  • La Evangelina
  • El Guajito
  • Hilitos De Oro (Threads of Gold)
  • Jarabe Tapatio (Mexican Hat Dance)
  • La Jesusita
  • Las Mananitas (The Mornings)
  • A Mi Burro (My Donkey)
  • Naranja Dulce (Sweet Orange)
  • Nine Red Horsemen
  • Perguntale a La Estrellas (Go Ask of the, High Stars Gleaming)
  • Polla Pinta
  • Que Le Importa a Vd (What Does It Matter to You)
  • La Raspa
  • Santiana
  • Scottish Mexicaine
  • La Valentina
  • Yo No Soy De Aqui (I’m Not from Here)