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Mandolin

Arrangements by Deborah Greenblatt

Since the mandolin and violin share the same standard tuning (G D A E) the reading mandolinist can take advanatage of most music arranged for violin. The main difference between the mandolin and violin versions of these books is that bowing markings have been added to the violin parts.

Tunes for Two

The arrangements in all of the “Tunes for Two” collections
have the melody on the top stave so that they can be played without a second player.

Barn Dance Fiddle Tunes for Two *
Busking Fiddle Tunes for Two
Celtic Fiddler’s Songbook for Two
Classical Tunes, Vols. 1-3 for Two
Czech Fiddle Tunes for Two
Danish Fiddle Tunes for Two
Easy Animal Fiddling Tunes for Two
Finnish Fiddle Tunes for Two
Gardening Fiddling Tunes for Two
Gow Family Scottish Tunes for Two
Hungarian Fiddle Tunes for Two
Irish Fiddle Tunes for Two *
Klezmer Fiddle Tunes for Two *
Norwegian Fiddle Tunes for Two
O’Carolan Fiddle Tunes for Two
Polish Fiddle Tunes for Two
Ragtime Fiddling Tunes for Two
Renaissance Fiddling Tunes for Two *
Russian Fiddle Tunes for Two
Scottish Fiddle Tunes for Two *
Singing Fiddling Tunes for Two
Singing Cowboy Fiddling Tunes for Two
Singing Sailing Fiddling Tunes for Two
Skinner Tunes for Two
Swedish Fiddle Tunes for Two
Telemann Sonatas Two
Train Songs for Two
Wedding Fiddling Tunes for Two*
Welsh Fiddle Tunes for Two

* = Companion CD available

Browse Descriptions of these String Duet Collections



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