Books of Scottish Tunes
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The Harp and Claymore.
For most instruments (not bagpipes). Tunes that are "original, selected and traditional," by J.
Scott Skinner. First published 1890 by Bayley & Ferguson; republished 1984 by
Scotpress. Pastorals, marches, strathspeys, reels, hornpipes, laments,
songs, etc. About 250 tunes. Plastic spiral bound to lie flat. $20
The Skye Collection.
Keith Norman MacDonald. For most instruments (not bagpipes). Over 400 tunes "collected from all the best
sources." Melody is in treble clef; simple accompaniment is in bass
clef. Originally published in 1887, republished 2002. Plastic spiral bound to
lie flat. $20.
The Aires and Melodies
Peculiar to the Highland of Scotland and The Isles. Ed. Captain
Simon Fraser. For most instruments (not bagpipes). Melody is in treble clef;
simple accompaniment is in bass clef. Notes on the 230 melodies included as an appendix. The revised
1874 edition republished in 2002. Plastic spiral bound to lie flat. $18.
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