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Gardening Fiddling Tunes for Two

These 26 traditional Gardening tunes are arranged for two instruments, with chords for back-up musicians included. The tunes in each book of the Gardening Fiddling Tunes for Two series are in the same keys so you can all play together. You may discover that a steady diet of jigs, reels, and waltzes are an essential part of a healthy growing environment for you and your plants.


Gardening Fiddling Tunes for Two Basses

Book: $15.00

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Gardening Fiddling Tunes for Two Cellos

Book: $15.00

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Gardening Fiddling Tunes for Two Mandolins

Book: $15.00

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Gardening Fiddling Tunes for Two Violas

Book: $15.00

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Gardening Fiddling Tunes for Two Violins

Book: $15.00

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Tunes in this Collection...
“Apple Blossom”
“Blackberry Blossom”
“Blackberry Quadrille”
“The Blooming Meadows”
“Bunch of Flowers”
“Bunch of Roses”
“The Bunch of Roses”
“The Bush On the Hill”
“Cauliflower Cotillion”
“Five Leaved Clover”
“The Flax In Bloom”
“Flowers of Cahirciveen”
“Flowers of Edinburgh”
“Flowers of Limerick”
“Flowers of Michigan”
“Flowers of St Petersburg”
“The Garden of Daisies”
“The Gardener’s March”
“The Gooseberry Bush”
“Green Grow the Rushes”
“The Holly Bush”
“Passion Flower”
“The Poppy Leaf”
“The Poppy”
“The Rose Garden”
“Rose Tree”
“Rosebud Reel”
“Short Grass”
“Sweet Bunch of Daisies”
“Swinging On a Gate”
“Tater Patch”
“Where Lilies Bloom”
“Wild Rose of the Mountain”

Reviews...

“I have long thought that the plants and flowers in my music studio seem to thrive on music. Deborah Greenblatt, in her introduction to this delightful collection of 26 traditional tunes, has come to the same conclusion. These tunes, as I have discovered, are fun to play with my students and professional friends alike. For students, there is the possibility of multi-level renditions with generally the fiddle tune stated initially without elaboration and accompanied by an easier harmony on the left hand page. The second, right hand page, sees the tune slightly more elaborated at times with a more equal in difficulty accompanying melody. It is possible to have all four musical lines occuring together.”
- Wendy Seravalle-Smith
Canadian Viola Society Newsletter, Spring 2007

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