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Book of Rounds

This series is part of an effort to encourage beginning students to play nicely with others. It has 40 tunes in 13 keys from 12 countries. The lyrics for 27 tunes are included, with handy indexes to organize it all.

Volumes with these same tunes are available for Fiddle, Viola, Cello, Soprano Recorder, Alto Recorder, Tenor Recorder, and Bass Recorder.


The Fiddle Player’s Book of Rounds

Book: $10.00

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The Viola Player’s Book of Rounds

Book: $10.00

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The Cello Player’s Book of Rounds

Book: $10.00

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The Soprano Recorder Player’s Book of Rounds

Book: $10.00

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The Alto Recorder Player’s Book of Rounds

Book: $10.00

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The Tenor Recorder Player’s Book of Rounds

Book: $10.00

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The Bass Recorder Player’s Book of Rounds

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Book: $10.00

Tunes in this Collection...
“Bells”
“Chairs to Mend”
“Come, Follow, Follow”
“Congo Boat Song”
“David, David”
“Dona Nobis Pacem”
“Donkeys and Carrots”
“Echo”
“The Ferry”
“Frere Jacques”
“Give to Me Your Hand”
“Grasshoppers Three”
“Happy Days”
“Hey, Ho, Nobody Home”
“Hine Ma Tov”
“The Hired Man’s Faith in Children”
“Ki V’Simha”
“Kookaburra”
“Kum Bachur Atzel”
“Let Simon’s Beard Alone”
“Listen to the Echo”
“Ma Tovu”
“Make New Friends”
“Merrily, Merrily”
“Music Alone Shall Live”
“Noah, Here They Come”
“Noah, There They Go”
“On My Roof”
“Quarrel For a Penny”
“Roses From Fyn”
“Row, Row, Row Your Boat”
“Shalom Chaverim”
“Sing Together”
“The Singing School”
“Sumer Is A-Coming In”
“Sweep the Floor”
“Tsena Tsena”
“Viva La Musica, Praetorius”
“We Are Warming Up Our Voices”
“White Coral Bells”

Reviews...

“These are suitable for beginners and beyond. This is a well-conceived volume of simple yet beautiful music...I can imagine it in a beginning string orchestra setting, and I recommend it.”
- Hollis Taylor
Fiddler Magazine

“All the rounds are playable by grade one players, so this is an excellent book for teachers. The rounds are excellent for warm-ups for violists of all levels. The wide variety of rounds inj this book makes it hard to stop playing oce started. Technically, all are in the first position, with only one round requiring an ’F’ above the stave to be played and all are written in alto clef. All the keys used are basic and well suited to the viola sonority. Highly recommended.”
- Michael Vidulich, President Emeritus
Australian and New Zealand Viola Society

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