Canadian Fiddle Music

Canadian Fiddle Music

What Is It?, Who Plays It?

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Canadian fiddle music receives the credit and recognition it deserves in this lively collection of tunes from virtually every province and ethnic group in Canada. Originally published in 1990, this project is the result of generous donations by numerous fiddlers and fans of fiddle music. In addition to the preservation and popularization of this folk music form, the contributors shared these common goals in this endeavor: composer recognition, folk music revitalization in Canada and abroad, acknowledgement of the violin and its own origins in the development of fiddle music and its place in Canadian society, note reading and chording, and to pay tribute to many great fiddlers. This revised edition features contributions of 200 of the best tunes from the first printing as well as 200 new tunes. They consist of hornpipes, strathspeys, polkas, waltzes, calypsos, reels, clogs, two-steps, jigs, airs, breakdowns, schottishes, marches, rags, and laments. A bibliography and the background of each composer is included.
Publisher: Pacific, MO : Mel Bay Publ., c2000-
ISBN: 9780786638116
0786638117
9780969466710
0969466714
Branch Call Number: 787.2188162 C212 2000
Characteristics: v. ; 31 cm.
Additional Contributors: Whitcomb, Edward A

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