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Norwegian Fiddle Tunes for Two

47 traditional Norwegian tunes arranged for two players, with chords for back-up musicians included. The tunes in each book of the Norwegian Fiddle Tunes for Two series are in the same keys so you can have fun jamming with your musical friends.


Norwegian Fiddle Tunes for Two Basses

Book: $15.00

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Norwegian Fiddle Tunes for Two Cellos

Book: $15.00

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Norwegian Fiddle Tunes for Two Mandolins

Book: $15.00

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Norwegian Fiddle Tunes for Two Violas

Book: $15.00

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Norwegian Fiddle Tunes for Two Violins

Book: $15.00

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Tunes in this Collection...
“Aa Kjore Ve Aa Kjore Vann”
“Aa Man Han Gik Te Skouen Engang”
“Balzer Jungfrau”
“Dalakopa”
“Dimmisjons Pols”
“Elverumspols fra Folldal”
“Finn Jenta”
“Galopp fra Saltdalen”
“Gammalvals”
“Gammel-Storoygarden”
“Godvalsen”
“Gregoskveen”
“Halling”
“Holtrilen”
“Hoppvals fra Feragen”
“Je Teente Paa Kjolsta Ifior”
“Jenta i Nese'”
“Karinga Me Staven”
“Mazurka fra Ottadalen”
“Mazurka fra Gudbrandsdal”
“Minne fra Gudbrandsdalen”
“Mollervisen”
“Nar Dagsmilda Kjem”
“Norska Valsen”
“Norwegian Waltz”
“Ola Elven”
“Orepolska”
“Pariser fra Oppdal”
“Pig Squeal Schottische”
“Pindsvine Reinlander”
“Polka from Krodsherad”
“Pols in G”
“Pols fra Roros”
“Reinlander fra Ringnes”
“Ril fra Namdal”
“Rorosgubben”
“Skotsk”
“Stusle Sondags Kvaellen Eingaang for Me Va”
“Systerpolska”
“Syvers Mazurka”
“Topphuv'Leken”
“Trondelag Pols”
“Vals”
“Vals fra Folldal”
“Vals fra Setesdalen”
“Veslefele”
“Vossavalsen”

Reviews...

“Like most of its northern European cousins, Norwegian fiddle music is based in rhythms of dance: faster tunes often sound a bit like the bright feeling of an Irish jig meeting with the melody lines of a German polka. There are slower, melodic waltzes in the Norwegian fiddle tradition also. Deborah Greenblatt offers a generous helping of both. Greenblatt is well qualified to set this music down in notation and arrangements that two players can easily understand. That’s not to say the tunes themselves are easy: some are quite straightforward, but there’s a good range of challenge, as well. Taking that idea further, this is part of a series of books of Norwegian Tunes for Two. These cover arrangements for the same tunes, in the same keys, for cello, bass, mandolin, and viola, so you can have quite a Norwegian-tune jam session with your friends who play other instruments if you like. More than four dozen tunes are presented, both well known and less familiar.”
- Kerry Dexter
AllThingsStrings.com , April 18, 2012

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