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Tune Links (16, indented)

New England Fiddling: About the Music

Tune List

This page contains an alphabetical listing of the tunes with links to the web page where they may be found. Tunes are alphabetized by the first word in the title that is judged significant. For example, words such as "the", "le" and "la" are ignored, as are words and phrases such as "reel de" and similar parts of many French Canadian tunes. The table can be searched, sorted based on any column, and you can control the number of tune names displayed at a time.

The Download button should let you download the entire list of tunes as a .CSV (spreadsheet) file. Here are a couple additional options: CSV ~ Excel (.xlsx) ~ Numbers

Important Note: The table below works best on a screen at least 960 pixels wide. You should hold an iPhone or any other small screen in landscape orientation for best results.

Please Note: The links in each tune listing were incorrect for a while; my apologies! They are now correct again.

 

Links to Related Pages

 

The NH Old-Time Fiddle Website covers a variety of topics related to traditional music and dance of New Hampshire and surrounding areas.

Designed & Edited by Peter Yarensky

 

Contact & About Page + Site News

Use the Menu (upper left) to navigate. Here are the main topics covered on this web site.

  • Fiddle Tunes! Tunes in abc notation and in PDF format.
  • abc Notation . Music written out in text form that can be displayed as standard notation and played back for proofreading or tune learning. Section includes:
    • abc tutorial on basics of using abc notation & links to web sites that document/teach abc, sources of music in abc, & to abc reader/converter software.
  • Learning tunes by ear and from notation, a discussion of the advantages and disadvantages of each, differences in what is learned, combining the use of both kinds of learning with relevant links.
  • About Fiddle Music. General discussion of fiddle-related topics, starting with choosing chords for a tune.
  • Lamprey River Band. About the transition from the Dover dance to the Durham dance with schedule information.

 

 

Important Note: The table below works best on a screen at least 960 pixels wide. You should hold an iPhone or any other small screen in landscape orientation for best results.

Important Note: The table below works best on a screen at least 960 pixels wide. You should hold an iPhone or any other small screen in landscape orientation for best results.