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Lost Farm medleys well with Wagner Girls Waltz - MIDI Lyon's Favourite - American 6/8 fife march, for Matthew Lyon, former Green Mountain Boy, US Representative to Congress from Vermont and Kentucky, and participant in the first duel fought on the floor of the House of Representatives - MIDI Merry Men - 18th Century jig and 6/8 fife march, "Merry Men Home from the Grave" - MIDI Maroon Bells - Contemporary American fast reel in Dm, by Rick Wagner - MIDI Maroon Bells in E Minor - Same reel in dulcimer friendly key of Em, by Rick Wagner - MIDI Mississippi Sawyer - American fiddle tune (reel, the old "double modal" version) MIDI Mother-In-Law Reel - E minor reel by David Gardner of Willimsburg VA - MIDI My Wild Irish Rose - American Irish theatre, St.Paddy's Day favorite - MIDI Old Grey Cat - Traditional fiddle tune in Em - MIDI Old Joe Clark - American traditional - with April Fools Day lyrics by famous poets - MIDI Over the Waterfall - Over the Waterfall, with some historical notes - MIDI--- and see the joke OTW Pretty Little Dog - American Fiddle tune - Am Dorian mode- MIDI Quincy Dillon's High D - American, sort of traced to a Civil War fifer - not that hard on hammered dulcimer, but rather interesting for fifers, fiddlers, and tinwhistlers.Hammered Dulcimer Friendly Historical Celtic, English and American Tunes Also playable on fiddle, mandolin, tinwhistle, recorder, flute, etc. Patch selections in your software are your choice after downloading.Downloadable as sheet music GIF or PDF files or as MIDI files Categories are approximate only. Scottish tunes migrated to England as well as to North America. Most are simple arrangements as instructional aids to learning the tunes.A good "spooky" tune.- MIDI Hog Eyed Man - American fiddle tune, compare to Sally in the Garden - MIDI Hole in the Wall - 19th century American Clog dance from Kerr's collection set in Am.A good "spooky" tune.- MIDI House of the Rising Sun 4/4 version, American traditional, with a bass line - in Am - MIDI House of the Rising Sun 6/8 version, American traditional, with an arpeggiated bass line and intro - in Am - MIDI Hunters of Kentucky - The original "Battle of New Orleans" song, from 1815, with the original 1815 accompaniment.- MIDI Kenmure's On and Awa' - Scottish 6/8 march, could be danced at faster tempos - MIDI Lady Frances Scot's Reel, Scottish - by Daniel Dow (actually more a 6/8 march) - MIDI Lamb Skinnet - Scottish - 6/8 dance jig in A major - MIDI Lass of Patie's Mill - Scottish / English 18th Century MIDI Lord Balgonie's Favorite- 18th Century Scottish air, used by Robert Tanahill for the song "Gloomy Winter's Now Awa'", and used as a piano air in the movie, "The Piano" - MIDI Lord Lovat's Lament- 18th Century Scottish air, later also known as "Lament for the Highland Clearances", with a bass part for bass, cello, harp or paino accompaniment - MIDI Lord Rollo's March- 18th Century Scottish march, withharmonies and a bass part for cello or piano (treble clef bass line) - MIDI Marquis of Huntley's Favourite Strathspey - Scottish, a William Marshall strathspey in Gminor, the original fiddle key - late 1700's MIDI Mary Gray- 18th Century Scottish short reel - MIDI (The) Mill, Scottish Air, Robt.Burns - Scottish, 18th Century - MIDI Miss Mac Gregor's March - Scottish 6/8 march, named for someone who was almost certainly a relative of Rob Roy Mac Gregor.

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Also used in the 2013 film "The Lone Ranger", along with the "William Tell Overture" - MIDI Blackbird MIDI Blarney Pilgrim, Irish Jig, a great three part jig - MIDI Bolt the Door (Jack's Health) - Two part Irish Jig - MIDI Bonaparte Crossing the Alps - Irish, Scot, American - MIDI Boys of Wexford, Irish March, 19th Century, and perhaps 1798(?

See the American section Arkansas Traveler - With a bit of the old 19th Century traveler patter routine - MIDI Back of the Schoolbus Suite I - Three tunes learned in the back of the schoolbus - folk music that survives with neither official support nor commercial assistance: Helen Had a Steamboat, Found a Peanut, Ninety Nine Bottles of Beer on the Wall - MIDI Back of the Schoolbus Suite II - Three more tunes from the back of the schoolbus - She Waded in the Water, The Worms Go In, My Bonnie - MIDI Back of the Schoolbus Suite III - Two more tunes from the back of the schoolbus - Web Footed Friends (Stars and Stripes Forever, and To the Dump (William Tell Overture) - MIDI Banks of the Dee, A moderate tempo 6/8 with American Revolution parody lyrics - MIDI Boatman - American, probably 19th Century minstrel - MIDI Bicycle Built for Two, American "Gay Nineties" a/k/a "Daisy Bell" - MIDI Bonaparte Crossing the Rhine - American, Scot, Irish ?

- MIDI Bonaparte's Retreat - The traditional fiddle tune, not the 1812 overture, plus the Hootchy Kootchy Song - MIDI Booth Killed Lincoln, Anerican fiddle tune, perhaps not the best choice for President's Day- MIDI Cat Clumb Up the Plum Tree - Three part American Schottische with several titles - MIDI Chester - American Revolutionary War hymn - MIDI Cold Frosty Morning- American old-timey fiddle tune in Am MIDI Colored Aristocracy - American MIDI Christmas Hornpipe - American, in traditional key of B flat - MIDI Christmas Hornpipe - American, in dulcimer friendly key of G - MIDI Crabs in the Skillet, American, 19th Century, "spooky" 40 bar jig in original key of Gm - MIDI Crabs in the Skillet, American, 19th Century, "spooky" 40 bar jig set in Am - MIDI Cuckoo, (the Cuckoo) American and British Isles traditional song, instrumental, in A minor - MIDI Cuckoo's Nest, American, British, Scottish, Irish traditional fiddle tune/song in D and D mixolydian- MIDI Dolley Madison's Minuet - American, composed by Alexander Reinagle in 1809 for the First Lady - MIDI Dolley Madison's Minuet Treble Duet - American, composed by Alexander Reinagle in 1809 for the First Lady, with the bass accompaniment in treble clef - MIDI Eighth of January - American reel, after the Battle of New Orleans -War of 1812 - MIDI Fiddler's Dram - American and elswhere, 16 bar reel MIDI Gaspe Reel - French Canadian reel MIDI Gillis' Victory - American, contemporary fast reel - MIDI The Headlight- 19 century American Clog dance from a Scottish collection set in Am.

Fogg's Fancy - Scottish 18th century 9/8 in original key of C minor - MIDI Mr.

Fogg's Fancy - Scottish 18th century 9/8 in dulcimer friendly key of E minor - MIDI Mrs. well, you can guess this one MIDI Stabilini's Favourite - Scottish 18th Cenutry, by an Italian living in Ednburgh - MIDI Stool of Repentance, Lively jig - Scottish, 18th Century.

MIDI Rochester Schottische - the Schottiscche, not the reel by the same name - see "Cat Clumb Up the Plum Tree" Rosin the Beau, thought of as Scottish song, may well be American - MIDI Sally in the Garden - American "Sally in the garden siftin' sand..." minor key reel - MIDI Santa Anna's Retreat - American Am Reel - irregular - MIDI Ship That Never Returned, American, 19th Century, song that returned - twice - parent of "Wreck of the Old 97" and "The MTA Song" - MIDI Speed the Plow, music notation for dulcimer, with mandolin tablature - MIDI, multitrack Soldiers Joy Variations - Four sets of variations on Soldier's Joy, 2 variations per page, all in 4/4 so you can mix and match bars from different variations for more variety Variation 1 - One minimalist variation, one with dotted rhythms - MIDI Variation 2 - A "notey" vaersion, and one even more "notey", with triplets - MIDI Variation 3 - Variation with lots of triplets, another with off beats - MIDI Variation 4 - A"fiddly" version, and a minor key variation - MIDI Soldiers Joy in Four Flats - Ascary looking version that plays in the key of D, for Fools Day 2009 - MIDI Soldiers Joy in Two Bars, (3 Bars counting the pickup) April Fools' Day version, Landscape format - MIDI There are more educational things in the Kitchen Musician Books - See the Square One series. Clair's Defeat, also Battle of Pea Ridge - American, 18th/19th Century.

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