Books published since about 1900 containing mainly tunes from the English repertoire

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  • 1000 English Country Dance Tunes; Raven,Mike; Stafford; Michael Raven Pub; 1999; Revised 2nd ed, of 1984 original, mostly extracts from other late 20thC publications
  • A Northern Lass; Knowles,Jamie; Cleckheaton; Pub.Dave Mallinson; 1995; Music of Cheshire, Lancashire, Yorkshire and the Lake District of the last four centuries 44pp
  • After The Chord; Preston,Julie; Sheffield; Beehive Music; 1991; Traditional and Contemporary Tunes from the British Isles, arranged in sets for English Country Dancing 34pp
  • Airs for Pairs, 4th Ed.; Seattle,Matt; Peebles; Dragonfly Music; 2003; 19 tunes arranged as duets. First published 1991,1997, 1999
  • Alawon John Thomas; Meurig,Cass; Aberystwyth; Tne National Library of Wales; 2004; A Fiddler's Tune Book from 18th Century Wales. 438 tunes
  • Anglo-Concertina Music of William Kimber,The; Worral,Dan M.; London; EFDSS; 2005; Biography of famous Morris musician, and 28 tunes; [1]
  • Bag Full Of Melodies,A; selected and arranged by Aisling and Gerry O’Brien; no publication details, n.d. c2010; A Collection of Duets and Trios for English Bagpipes, available from Julian Goodacres website
  • Band Swing; Mac,Pete; Cleckheaton; Dave Mallinson Pub.; 1998; Tunes Arranged for the Band by the Author 48pp
  • Band Time Mac,Pete; Cleckheaton; Dave Mallinson Pub.; n/d; Sequel to Band Swing
  • Bear Bones; Perkins,Andy; n/d; 89 tunes played at the traditional music session at The Bear in Faversham, broad selection
  • Bear Bones 2; Slater,Paul; n/d; 93 tunes. British, American and European
  • Bear Bones 3; Slater,Paul; n/d; 85 tunes. British, American and European
  • Before the Night Was Out; Howson,Katie Ed.; Stowmarket; EATMT; 2007; 64 polkas, hornpipes etc Transcribed from Traditional Players in Norfolk and Suffolk; Article in EDS Spring 2008 p20
  • Benjamin's Book; Thompson,Colin & Tim Laycock; Shoreham-by-Sea; ISBN 978-0-9571059-0-4 Pub by the Authors 2011; The Complete Country Dance MS of B.Rose, Farmer, alehouse keeper and musician of Belchalwell Dorset, 1820. Includes an MP3 CD of all 133 tunes.
  • Bewick's Pipe Tunes; Seattle. Matt; Newcastle upon Tyne; The Northumbrian Pipers Society; 2010; A collection of tunes from the Robert Bewick MS, Gateshead. 78pp
  • Billy Pigg: The Border Minstrel; Schofield,Adrian & Julia Say; Newcastle upon Tyne; The Northumbrian Pipers Society; 1997; Biography and compositions by..64pp
  • Billy Pigg: The Border Minstrel, Part I: Billy's compositions; Ross, Colin & Julia Say; Newcastle upon Tyne; The Northumbrian Pipers Society; 2010; (2nd Ed of the 1997 pub). 46pp
  • Billy Pigg: The Border Minstrel, Part 2: Billy's repertoire; Ross, Colin & Julia Say; Newcastle upon Tyne; The Northumbrian Pipers Society; 2010; (2nd Ed of the 1997 pub). 46pp
  • Boldwood Dancing Master, The; A Collection of English Country Dance Tunes from 1679 to 1838; Researched and Compiled by Becky Price and Matt Coatsworth; Pending publication as of 27/1/16; website
  • Border Bagpipe Book,The; Seattle,Matt; Blyth; Dragonfly Music;1993; 'a kind of creative reconstruction of border pipe music'
  • Ceilidh Collection,The; Jones,Edward Huw; London; Boosey & Hawkes; 1996; Traditional Fiddle Tunes from England, Ireland and Scotland
  • Charlton Memorial Tune Book,The; Hall,Alan & W.J.Stafford; Newcastle upon Tyne; The Northumbrian Pipers Society; 1956; Reprinted 1974,1979. A collection of 100+ tunes for the northumbrian Small-pipes and the fiddle
  • Chippindale's Cheery Tunes; Chippindale,Nigel; Bridlington; Pub by the Author; 1991; A Collection of 51 New Dance Tunes Suitable for Most Folk Instruments
  • Clough Family of Newsham,The; Ormston,Chris & Julie Say; Newcastle upon Tyne; The Northumbrian Pipers Society; 2000; History of the Northumbrian Piping family. 160pp
  • Coleford Jig,The, Traditional Tunes from Gloucestershire; Mentieth,Charles & Paul Burgess; Cheltenham; Menteith & Burgess; 2004; 250+ tunes from Gloucestershire
  • Collection of the Choicest Scots Tunes for the Lowland and Border Pipes; Mooney,Gordon J.;1982; 95 tunes
  • Complete Country Dance Tunes from Playford's Dancing Master 1651-ca1728,The; Barlow,Jeremy; London; Faber Music; 1985; Approx 535 dance tunes from the 17th and early 18th centuries
  • Coquetdale Garland,The; Dagg,Archie; Newbiggin by the Sea; Rossleigh Music; n/d, late 20thC; Fiddle and small-pipe tunes by Archie Dagg.
  • Country Dance Tunes, Series; Sharp,Cecil; London; Novello & Co; 1909etc; Mostly from Playford, early ones not. Later series arranged by Arnold Foster
  • Country Dances, including all the well-known..; Farnell,G.H.; Leeds; Banks Music House; c1930; 61 British tunes for piano
  • Dances For a Party; Humphreys,Beatrice and Wyn; London; EFDSS; 1957; Twelve tunes and dances from Sidbury, from the playing of Mr Rew. Includes Mr Rew's Waltz. PDF
  • Davidson's Musical Miracles, 250 Welsh Airs; Anon.; Ceredigion; Llanerch Pub.; n/d (1980's?); A Facsimile of the Edition of 1859
  • Day it Daws,The, The Lowland Scots Bagpipe and its Music 1400 - 1715; Pete Stewart, (White House Music), Hornpipe Music, Pencaitland, 2007; over a hundred tunes, many of which are mentioned in 15th to 17th century sources as having been played by pipers. The draft title was 'Now the Day Dawes', and under this title there is a page with annotations and ABCs on Julian Goodacres website
  • Dons an Garrow; O'Connor,Mike; Wadebridge; Lyngham House; 2005; Extracts from the William Allen MS, of St Ives, Cornwall
  • Dorchester Hornpipe,The; Dorset County Museum (1977); ed. Joan Brocklebank; 16pp; A book of 34 tunes from the manuscripts of the famous author Thomas Hardy and his family. With references to them throughout including poetry. Apparently still available from Dorset County Museum
  • Easiest Tune Book of Country Dances; Pike,Eleanor Franklin; London; Edwin Ashdown Ltd; n/d; Simple piano arrangements of 43 folk tunes
  • Easy Peasy Tunes; Mallinson,Dave; Cleckheaton; Dave Mallinson Pub.; 2002; English Pub Session Series. 101 tunes
  • Echoes of Old Kea; O'Connor,Mike; Wadebridge; Lyngham House; 2001; Extracts from the musical notebook of John Giddy, Gentleman, of Cornwall
  • Encyclopedia Blowzabellica; Armitage,Dave et al.; Blyth; Dragonfly Music; 1987; The Blowzabella Tune and Dance Book, English and other.
  • English Country Dance Tunes; Mallinson,Dave; Cleckheaton; Dave Mallinson Pub.; 2006; English Pub Session Series. 101 tunes
  • English Dance Music Vol 1, 2nd Ed.; Townsend,Dave; Oxford; The Serpent Press; 2001; Revised, first pub. 1993,130 current traditional English dance tunes
  • English Dance Music Vol 2, 2nd Ed.; Townsend,Dave; Oxford; The Serpent Press; 2003; Revised, first pub. 1993,132 current traditional English dance tunes
  • English Fiddle Tunes; Cooper,Pete; London; Schott & Co.Ltd.; 2006; 99 traditional pieces for the violin
  • English Pub Session Tunes; Mallinson,Dave; Cleckheaton; Dave Mallinson Pub.; 2006; English Pub Session Series. 101 tunes
  • Everybody Swing, Square Dance Album #1; Kennedy,Peter; London; EFDSS; 1952; Thirteen miscellaneous tunes
  • Fallibroome Coll. (Tunes); De Jersey,Everal;17 Pianoforte arrangements for English Country Dances
  • Fiddle Music From Northern Lands: Book with CD; ISBN 978-0-9560771-0-3; published by Catacol, Montgarrie, Alford, Aberdeenshire, AB33 8AP.; 2nd Revised edition edition (28 Sept. 2008), 250+ tunes; An introduction to Scandinavian traditional music for an English-speaking person, available Amazon and Ebay
  • Fiddle Music of James Hill,The; NPS; Newcastle upon Tyne; The Northumbrian Pipers Society; 2005; a collection of hornpipes and other tunes, not necessarily by J.Hill
  • Fiddlecase Book of 101 Polkas; Perron,Jack & Randy Miller; Harrisville,N.H.; Fiddlecase Books; 1976; Irish,Scottish,English Canadien and American fiddle tunes
  • Fiddler of Helperby,The; Merryweather,James & Matt Seattle; Newbiggin-by the-Sea; Dragonfly Music; 1994; The Life and Music of Laurence Leadley, Yorkshire fiddler. Selection of 129 tunes from 19thC family MSS
  • Fiddler's Tune-Books,The; Kennedy,Peter; Cleckheaton; Dave Mallinson Pub.; 1994; 200 tunes, first published in two volumes by OUP for the EFDSS in 1951/54. vmpABCs
  • Five Country Dances (Ashover); EFDS Sheffield; Sheffield; pub by the Authors; 1927; Five dances with their tunes from the Harrison/Wall MS, Ashover, Derbyshire, 18thC
  • Five Popular Country Dances; Foster,Arnold; London; EFDSS; 1920's; Adapted by Violet Orde from collected dances, with tunes
  • Folk in Harmony, Vols 1-2; Hobbs,Derek; Newbiggin by the Sea; Rossleigh Music; n/d; ' A collection of tunes for Northumbrian Pipes and other instruments, arranged by Derek Hobbs. Book I contains easy tunes playable on the plain chanter, to be played with second parts and piano accompaniment. Book II contains slightly more challenging arrangements '. Northumbrian Tunes, arranged as duets and some with piano
  • Follow The Band; Brothwell,Jack; Evesham; Cotswold Music; 1987; Folk Melodies Arranged in Parts by the Author 41pp
  • Fooch, Favourite Cornish session and Dance Tunes; Davies, Neil; 2002; 68 of his favourite Cornish tunes together with 2 CDs. Also Hooch, the same arranged for brass and woodwind. [2]
  • Great Northern Tune Book,The; Seattle,Matt; London; EFDSS & Northumbrian Pipers Soc.; 2008; The complete 1770 MS of a Northumbrian musician, 600 tunes, first pub. in three vols by Dragonfly Pub. in 1986/7
  • Hampshire Dance Tunes; Shatwell,Bob & Paul Sartin; Henfield; Hobgoblin Books; 2006; Country Dance Tunes from the Pyle Family MS, 1822
  • Handbook of Morris Dances,A; Lionel Bacon; The Morris Ring, 1974,1986; Loads of Morris dances and their tunes; Morris Shop, ABCs on the Morris Ring website
  • Hardcore English; Callaghan,Barry; London; EFDSS; 2007; 300 English tunes from MS, recorded and aural sources
  • Hooch; see Fooch
  • Honeyman's Strathspey, Reel & Hornpipe Tutor Book & CD; Originally printed in 1898, this book was considered to be a standard work by many fiddlers. There is an edition available on ebay. ISBN (978-0956077110) : published by Catacol, Montgarrie, Alford, Aberdeenshire, AB33 8AP. The book is in A4 format, and the stave, with all the bowing marks, may be considered a little cluttered and difficult to read from a distance on a stand. To rectify this, a CD is included with all the tunes in large print.The CD also contains all the tunes in midi format, enabling them to be heard. This link may get you there, or just search ebay. Or better still, publisher says write to the address above, price and postage as per the ebay listing, then ebay and paypal don't take all the profit.
  • Hornpipes,Jigs,Marches etc.; Alnwick Piper's Soc.; Alnwick; Alnwick Piper's Soc.pub; 1988; Dance tunes by Willies Taylor and Atkinson etc vol 2
  • How to Play Folk Fiddle; Bowen,Geoff ; Ilkley; Yorkshire Dales Workshops; 1993, 2003; An Introduction to English, Scottish,Shetland and Irish Fiddle Playing 60pp
  • Ilow Kernow, The Traditional Instrumental Music of Cornwall; O'Connor,Mike; Wadebridge; Lyngham House; 2000; All the Cornish tunes collected up till 2000 with much historical context. (4th Ed. 2007)
  • Ironbridge Hornpipe,The; Ashman,Gordon; Blyth; Dragonfly Music; 1991; A Shropshire collection, John Moore's mid 19th century MS. approx 120 tunes
  • Jack Armstrong Tunebook,The; Hobbs,Derek; Newbiggin by the Sea; Rossleigh Music; n/d; Northumbrian Pipe Tunes, composed by Jack Armstrong
  • Jigs,Reels and Hornpipes; Jones,Edward Huw; London; Boosey & Hawkes; 1992; Traditional Fiddle Tunes from England, Ireland and Scotland
  • John & Mary Thurston Music Book,The; Challen,Christopher; Thornbury; Vox Humana Press; 2007; Facsimile of 1736 Cotswolds tunebook; [3]
  • John Clare and the Folk Tradition; Deacon,George; London; Francis Boutle Publishers; 2002; 2nd revised edition, book about Clare's singing and fiddling, plus a whole load of tunes from his MSS; [4]
  • John Kirkpatrick's English Choice; John Kirkpartrick; Cleckheaton; Dave Mallinson Pub.; 2003; 101 English tunes
  • John of the Green, The Cheshire Way; Offord,John; London; Green Man Music; 2008; The famous triple-time hornpipes of North West England, etc., a much revised edition of John of the Greeny Cheshire Way. website
  • John of the Greeny Cheshire Way; Offord,John; London; The Friends of Folk Music; 1985; The famous Double Hornpipes of Lancashire and Cheshire etc. Steve Bliven's ABCs with the permission of John Offord.
  • John Parry Ddall Rhiwabon Pocket Tune-Book; Huw Bowen,Robin; Aberystwyth; Gwasg Teires; 1991; (27) Tunes from the MS of.
  • Joseph Kershaw MS,The; Knowles,Jamie; Lancashire; INWAC Pub.; 1993; The Music of an early 19thC Saddleworth Fiddle Player
  • Joshua Gibbons MS, Lincolnshire Collections Vol 1; Sumner,Peter D.; Grimsby; Breakfast Pub; 1997; All 186 tunes from the MS of J.Gibbons (there was no 2nd volume)
  • Joshua Jackson, North Yorkshire Cornmiller and Musician; Bowen,Geoff & Robin Shepherd; Ilkley; Yorkshire Dales Workshops; 1998; A selection of Tunes, Songs and Dances from the 1798 MS of. Yorkshire[5] (for vol 2 see Mr Joshua Jackson Book)
  • Kentish Hops; Simons,A; London; EFDSS; 1961; "Kent has, unfortunately, no surviving dance tradition" so this selection from the 18thC!
  • KERR'S Merry Melodies 4 vols; Glasgow; Kerr, late 19thC, still in print; Excellent collection of Reels, Strathspeys, Hornpipes, Jigs, Waltzes, Country Dances etc.
  • Kitty Bridges' Pocket Book, Tunes and Dances from 1745; tunes from MS Anon(8084)VWML, Ed Bob Shatwell. JC's ABCs
  • Lads Like Beer,The, The Fiddle Music Of James Hill; Dixon,Graham; Midlothian; Random Pub.; 1987; ISBN 0-9511572-05; The definitive collection of James Hill's compositions, with an excellent introduction about music on 1840's Tyneside. 2nd ed. 2013, Mitchell Music, 169 Main Street, Pathhead, Midlothian, Scotland EH37 5SQ. [6]
  • Lenham Camp; Frampton,George; Maidstone; Faversham Soc. Paper #10; 2010; Dance tunes from the MS of Robert Thomas Bottle of Harrietsham Kent, 1761-1849 (stapled pamphlet, 48pp) ISBN 1-900214-62-8
  • The Lewes Favourites vols. 1&2; Andy Warburton, Lewes Saturday Folk Club, 2007 & 2013; English popular session tunes, illustrated with photographs of the habitats where the tunes flourish, and an index of the combinations in which they are often played.
  • Llewelyn Alaw Pocket Tune-Book; Huw Bowen,Robin; Aberystwyth; Gwasg Teires; 1990; (32) Tunes from the MS of.
  • Mally's Cotswold Morris Book; 2 vols; Dave Mallinson Publications, 2001/4
  • Mally's North West Morris Book; Edited by Carolyn Wade, this book, containing 57 traditional tunes, presents a core repertoire, with chords, for North West morris musicians. It is also particularly suitable for novice musicians and also as a source of easy country dance tunes. Dave Mallinson Publications 1998/2003
  • Manx Traditional Music for Sessions; David Speers; Callag Press; 2013; 99pp; [7]
  • Mary Richards Darowen Pocket Tune-Book; Huw Bowen,Robin; Aberystwyth; Gwasg Teires; 1991; (32) Tunes from the MS of.
  • Master Piper,The, Nine Notes That Shook the World; Seattle,Matt; Newbiggin-by -the Sea; Dragonfly Music; 1995; 2nd Edition 2011; A Border Bagpipe Repertoire, 1733, from the MS of William Dixon, and perhaps Percival Dixon and John Dixon. Wiki article
  • Mel Bay Presents English Fiddle; Bartram,Chris; Pacific Mo.; Mel Bay Pub.; 2009; 84 tunes and an essay about English fiddling, from a leading exponent
  • More Airs for Pairs, 4th Ed.; Seattle,Matt; Cleckheaton; Dave Mallinson Pub.; 2006; 21 duets on British tunes
  • Morpeth Rant,The, A Grand Selection Of Northumbrian and Related Music; Seattle,Matt; Blyth; Dragonfly Music; 1990; Pipe and Fiddle Tunes from Four Centuries
  • Morris Dance Tunes; Brock, John ed.; London; EFDSS; 1973; Twenty nine morris dance tunes
  • Morris Dance Tunes, Series; Sharp,Cecil; London; Novello & Co; 1909; Arranged for piano by C#, Herbert C. MacIlwaine, George Butterworth, Fax at Petrucci
  • Mr Joshua Jackson Book, 1798, Vol 2.[8]; Shepherd,Robin & Rosalind; Yorkshire; Robin & Rosalind Shepherd; 2011; The remaining 147 Tunes, Songs and Dances from the 1798 MS of. Yorkshire. Article in EDS Summer 2011 p22 (for vol1 see Joshua Jackson)
  • Music of Northumbria; Arr. Derek Hobbs Wind quintet score and parts for Bonny at Morn and Bobby Shaftoe; [9]
  • Musical Heritage of Thomas Hardy,The vol 1; Trim, Roger et al.; Blyth; Dragonfly Music; 1990; Selection of early 19thC dance tunes from the family of the novelist (no Vol 2 that I am aware of)
  • Musick Meeting, The; 'Being a delightful collection of English Country Dance Tunes from the 18thC'; Tunes from the British Library Ed Chris Green; Blast Books 2013; Also a Bagpipe edition, 2014; website
  • National English, Irish, Scotch and Welsh Airs; Anon; London; Boosey & Co; c1900; Arranged for piano
  • Never on Sunday; Woods,Rollo; Swanage; West Gallery Music Ass.; 2009; Marches,Dances,Song Tunes and Party Pieces as Played by a 19thC Devon Village Church Band; article in EDS Winter 2009 p12
  • New England Fiddler's Repertoire; Miller,Randy & Jack Perron; East Alstead,N.H.; Fiddlecase Books; 1st Ed. 1983; A Source Book of Established Contra Dance Music; 3rd Ed. 2008
  • Nick Barber's English Choice; Barber,Nick; Cleckheaton; Dave Mallinson Pub.; 2002; 100 session tunes
  • Nick Barber's English Selection; Barber,Nick; Cleckheaton; Dave Mallinson Pub.; 2011; 100 English tunes
  • No Song No Supper!; O'Connor,Mike; Wadebridge; Lyngham House; 2002; Music from the John Old MS, Par, Cornwall
  • Northern Frisk; Knowles,Jamie; Blyth; Dragonfly Music; 1988; A Treasury of 155 Tunes from North West England
  • Northumbrian Piper's Second Tunebook; Butler,Richard & Bill Hume; Newcastle upon Tyne; The Northumbrian Pipers Society; 1981; c150 tunes for the N'brian Smallpipes and other Folk Instruments
  • Northumbrian Piper's Society Folio 4 - 2011; Gibbons, Walton, Clarke, Jevons, Tavernor et al.; Newcastle upon Tyne; The Northumbrian Pipers Society; 2011; 54 tunes for the N'brian Smallpipes and other Folk Instruments
  • Northumbrian Piper's Third Tunebook; Sessoms,Ann; Newcastle upon Tyne; The Northumbrian Pipers Society; 1991; c100 tunes for the N'brian Smallpipes and other Folk Instruments
  • Northumbrian Piper's Tunebook 3rd impresssion; Charlton,Foster et al.; Newcastle upon Tyne; The Northumbrian Pipers Society; 1985; ca 90 tunes for the N'brian Smallpipes and other Folk Instruments
  • Northumbrian,Tyneside and Other Traditional Fiddle Tunes; Loud,Peter; Tyneside; Peter Loud; 2006; Over 480 tunes from the NE repertoire
  • Northumbrian Piper's Green Pocket Book; Seattle,Matt; Blyth; Dragonfly Music; 1993; A Collection of (80+) tunes for Northumbriam and other melody instruments
  • Northumbrian Piper's Yellow Pocket Book; Seattle,Matt; Blyth; Dragonfly Music; 1993; A Collection of (80+) tunes for Northumbriam and other melody instruments
  • Old and The New,The; Dunn,Robin; Cleckheaton; Dave Mallinson Pub.; 1997; Dances and dance tunes traditional and novel 32pp
  • Old English Country Dances; gathered from scarce printed collections, and from manuscripts. With illustrative notes and a bibliography of English country dance music. Collected and Edited by Frank Kidson . London: William Reeves, 1890. PDF at Petrucci
  • Old English Country Dance Tunes Bks. 1&2; Frank Kidson; London; Davidson Bros.; 1916; Six made up children's dances to old tunes
  • One Long Whitson Holyday: Country Dance Tunes From an 18thCentury Northamptonshire Hall; Ed. Richard York; Lizard's Music, Northampton; 1991. Twenty Four 18thC dance tunes, many from Playford and D'Urfey, selected from an untitled anonymous manuscript book in the Maunsell of Thorpe Manor collection at Northants Records Office. Original MS was for treble recorder. It has been transposed into a more commonly used range.
  • Opus Pocus; Kirkpatrick,John & Sue Harris; Newbiggin-by -the Sea; Dragonfly Music; 1988; Tunes written by the authors plus some traditional tunes
  • Over The Hills and Far Away; Seattle,Matt; Blythe; Dragonfly Music; 2006; Music for Lowland and Border Bagpipes and Other Melody Instruments. 42 tunes, long and short
  • Pauline Cato's Northumbrian Choice; Cato,Pauline; Cleckheaton; Dave Mallinson Pub.; 1997; Northumbrian pipe tunes, 48pp
  • Peacock's Tunes; Wright,William; Newcastle upon Tyne; The Northumbrian Pipers Society; n/d; Modern edition of Wrights early 19thC collection of John Peacock's tunes; PDF
  • Peeping Tom Tunebook; Wilson,Ian & Ben Woodward; Cleckheaton; Dave Mallinson Pub.; 1993; Tunes composed by the authors for the English dance band Peeping Tom 44pp
  • Petticoats Tight, Peticoats Loose!; O'Connor,Mike; Wadebridge; Lyngham House; 2006; Tunes and dances from the Morval MS (Morval Music Book, Morval House nr Looe, Cornwall, 1770)
  • Pick n'Mix; Robson,Catherine; Newcastle upon Tyne; Pipers in Harmony; 2006; A Selection of Tunes with Harmony for Northumbrian Small Pipes and Other. 48pp
  • Piper's Companion,The Vols 1-7; ' The essential collection of tunes for Northumbrian Pipers, arranged as duets (and some trios) by Derek Hobbs. Also ideal ensemble music for any treble clef melody instruments (i.e. recorder, violin, flute etc.) '; Hobbs,Derek; Newbiggin by the Sea; [10]; 1982-99; Northumbrian Tunes, arranged as duets and some trios
  • Pipers in Harmony: A Collection of Duets for N'brian Smallpipes; Luff,Myrna & Jane Robson; Newcastle upon Tyne; Pipers in Harmony; 1994; And other melody instruments. 32pp
  • Pipers in Harmony:Bk 2, A Further Collection of Duets for N'brian Smallpipes; Luff,Myrna & Martin Luff; Newcastle upon Tyne; Pipers in Harmony; 2003; And other melody instruments. 48pp
  • Pipers in Harmony:Bk 3, A Further Collection of Duets for N'brian Smallpipes; Luff,Martin & Myrna Luff; Newcastle upon Tyne; Pipers in Harmony; 2009; And other melody instruments. 48pp
  • Piping Hot: Collection of Tunes for the Keyless Chanter; Robson,Jane ed.; Newcastle upon Tyne; Pipers in Harmony; 1998; And other melody instruments. 52pp
  • Plain Brown Tune Book,The; Doyle,Tony; Saddleworth; Plain Brown Publishing Co.; 1997; A collection of 132 tunes from the North West of England
  • Play In The Band; Moule,Barry; Evesham; Cotswold Music Society; 1995; A core repertoire of nearly 250 Folk Dance Tunes
  • Popular English Session Tunes; Mallinson,Dave; Cleckheaton; Dave Mallinson Pub.; 2006; English Pub Session Series. 101 tunes
  • Popular Selection of English Dance Airs,A, Bk 1; Fleming-Williams,Nan & Pat Shaw; London; EFDSS; 1966; 17th & 18th Century Country Dance Tunes
  • Popular Selection of English Dance Airs,A, Bk 3; Fleming-Williams,Nan & Pat Shaw; London; EFDSS; 1968; Traditional Cotswold Morris Dance Tunes
  • Popular Selection of Traditional Dance Airs,A,Bk 2; Fleming-Williams,Nan & Pat Shaw; London; EFDSS; 1967; British Tunes For Country Dances of Today
  • Puddletown Reel,The; Bowles,David; Blyth; Dragonfly Music; n/d,late 20thC; 36 original compositions relating to the county of Dorset
  • Real Thing,The; Scott,Ian; Newcastle upon Tyne; Pipers in Harmony; n/d; A Selection of Tunes with Harmony for Northumbrian Small Pipes and Other. 52pp
  • Remember Me:The Fiddle Music of Robert Whinham; Biography and compositions of this Morpeth musician; Graham Dixon; Mitchell Music, 169 Main Street, Pathhead, Midlothian, Scotland EH37 5SQ; [11]
  • A Repertoire of Variations for the Northumbrian Smallpipes; 54pp; Newcastle, NPS, 1996; This collects together all the variation sets in the publications of the Northumbrian pipers' Society.
  • Robin With the Bagpipe; Pete Stewart, Hornpipe Music, Pencaitland, 2001; This is the definitive work on the English bagpipe and its music. History plus 70 tunes.
  • Ryan's Mammoth Collection; Sky,Patrick; Pacific Mo.; Mel Bay Pub.; 1995; First published 1884, 1050 Reels, Hornpipes and Jigs, etc. almost identical to Cole's 100 Fiddle Tunes, 1940. Many hornpipes and jigs. ABCs
  • Scottish Airs For Pairs; Seattle,Matt; Cleckheaton; Dave Mallinson Pub.; 2006; Duets on Scottish tunes
  • Selection of Locally Composed Music,A; Alnwick Piper's Soc.; Alnwick; the Authors; 1981; Dance tunes by Willies Taylor and Atkinson etc vol 1
  • Seven Midland Dances; Clarke,Sibyl ed.; London; EFDSS; 1955; Dances collected in Northamptonshire, 7 dances, 6 tunes
  • Six English Set Dances; Anon.; London; EFDSS; 1942; Popular dances, with tunes
  • Six Morris Dances and Jigs; Foster,Arnold; London; EFDSS; 1920's; Dance descriptions and tunes
  • Smallpipe Tunes from the Northumbrian Minstrelsy; Newcastle, NPS, 1998; A collection of pipe tunes originally published in 1882.
  • Songs of the open road : didakei ditties & gypsy dances / tunes & words collected in Hampshire by Alice E. Gillington; London; pub. J.Williams; 1911; University of Rochester
  • South Riding Tune Book (vol1); Davenport,Paul; Mosborough; The South Riding Folk Network; 1996; Traditional Dance Music from Yorkshire, Durham and West Midlands MS Collections
  • South Riding Tune Book (vol2); Davenport,Paul; Mosborough; The South Riding Folk Network; 1997; The Second Collection of Traditional Dance Music from Northern MSS
  • Steel Skies; Anderson,Alistair; Whitney; Serpent Press; 1982; A modern musical suite in the style of dance music for traditional instruments
  • Strathspey, Reel & Hornpipe Tutor, Honeyman; Book & CD; See entry under Honeyman.
  • Sussex Tune Book,A; Loughran,Anne & Vic Gammon; London; EFDSS; 1982; A selection of 120 from various early 19thC Sussex MSS; Long out of print but available as PDF and ABC here
  • Sword Dance Tunes, Bks 1&2; Sharp,Cecil; London; Novello & Co; 1912; Arranged for piano by C# ; Bk 1 Fax at Petrucci
  • Thomas Watts Manuscript,The: The Music of a Late 18thC Derbyshire Musician; 136 tunes; Ed. Jenny Coxon et al; pub. 2015, by INWAC 31 Staincross Common, Staincross, Barnsley S75 6JD. Article in EDS Summer 2015, p12
  • Thompson Revisited; Boyd Rothenburger; Booksurge LLC; 2007; Thompson Revisited A reprint, revision and translation of 'Thompson's Compleat Collection of 200 Favourite Country Dances' Volume 5, published in London, England in 1789. Containing music and dance instruction for all 200 dances covering the years 1781 through 1788.
  • Three Extraordinary Collections, Early 18th century dance music for those who play publick; Thomas Marsden's Collection of Lancashire Hornpipes, 1705, Daniel Wright's Extraordinary Collection of Pleasant and Merry Humours, 1713,John Walsh's Third Book of the Most Celebrated Jiggs, Lancashire Hornpipes, 1730; Pete Stewart; Hornpipe Music, Pencaitland, 2007; A review on Mustrad, Pete has made ABCs available
  • Toodle-Oodle Bagpipes; Toodle-Oodle Bagpipes Too; Threedle-deedle Bagpipes Three; 3 Vols; Selected by Julian Goodacre; produced by The Goodacre Brothers. Three selections of some of the sturdiest traditional English Bagpipe dance tunes for the English Bagpipe. This is a basic repertoire for anyone playing English dance music on bagpipes; Available from Julian Goodacres website
  • Traditional Dance Music of Britain and Ireland, Hornpipes, Breakdowns, Clog and Step Dances; Kennedy,Peter; Cleckheaton; Dave Mallinson Pub.; 1998; 200 tunes randomly selected and unattributed mostly British tunes
  • Traditional Dance Music of Britain and Ireland, Jigs, Quicksteps and Humours; Kennedy,Peter; Cleckheaton; Dave Mallinson Pub.; 1997; 200 tunes randomly selected and unattributed mostly British tunes
  • Traditional Dance Music of Britain and Ireland, Reels, Rants, Flings and Fancies; Kennedy,Peter; Cleckheaton; Dave Mallinson Pub.; 1997; 200 tunes randomly selected and unattributed mostly British tunes
  • Traditional Dance Music of Britain and Ireland, Slip Jigs and Waltzes; Kennedy,Peter; Cleckheaton; Dave Mallinson Pub.; 1999; 200 tunes randomly selected and unattributed mostly British tunes
  • Traditional Fiddle Music of the Scottish Borders from the playing of Tom Hughes of Jedburgh; Springthyme Records, 2015; Reissue of seminal CD and book. website
  • Trip to Friezland; Walker,Paul; Lancashire; P.Walker; 2000 circa; A Selection of Traditional Tunes from the North West of England Arranged for Ceilidh Dancing
  • Twelve Country Dances; Vaughan Williams; London; EFDSS; 1931; Tunes to 12 dances collected by Maude Karpeles
  • Twelve Dances for a Party; see - Dances For a Party.
  • Village Band Book,The; 4 vols; Townsend,Dave; Oxford; The Serpent Press; 2003; Tunes from English tradition presented here in historical arrangements, Serpent Press 22 Swinbourne Road Littlemore OXFORD OX4 4PQ, [12]
  • Weel May the Wind Blow (for Concert Band); Arr. Derek Hobbs; A pot-pourri of traditional North Country tunes in a spectacular arrangement for concert wind band. Featuring (Weel May) The Keel Row, Blow the Wind Southerly and Dance to thi Daddy. Score and full parts. Hobbs,Derek; Newbiggin by the Sea; [13]
  • Welcome Home My Dearie:Piping in the Scottish Lowlands 1690 - 1900; Pete Stewart, Hornpipe Music, Pencaitland, n.d. (20??); the story of the bagpipe in the Lowlands from its heyday in the late 17th century to its gradual decline in the 19th century. Includes more than 120 tunes from 18th century manuscripts and rare publications
  • William Andrews Tunebook,The; ed. Bartram,Chris and Paul Wilson; Okehampton; Wren Trust; 1999; 30 tunes from the playing of a 19thC Dartmoor fiddler
  • William Litten's Fiddle Tunes, 1800-1802, USA, Dukes County Historical Society, Edgartown, Martha's Vineyard, Mass, by Gale Huntington, Hines Point Publishers
  • William Mittell, His Book; Roberts,Dave; Hastings; Timespan Music Pub.; 1993; A selection of 80 tunes from the 1799 MS
  • The Winders of Wyresdale; Andy Hornby [14], 2013; The complete contents of four related manuscript books, Edward, James, and John Winder, and H.S.J.Jackson, 280 pages, over 600 tunes. Background information on the tune-books, the music, dancing masters and Georgian entertainment. Extensive notes on the history of the tunes.
  • William Winter's Quantock's Tune Book; Woolfe,Geoff; Crowcombe; Halsway Manor Soc.; 2007; All 376 mid 19thC tunes from Winter's MS; Review on Mustrad
  • Yorkshire Fiddle Tunes and Dances; Bowen, Geoff & Liz; Yorkshire Dales Workshop; 10pp; n.d.; Free Download [15]
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