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Carson Turner, Barrie: English Folk Tunes for Piano (+ CD)

$19.79 *

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Catalogue No: ED13619
ISMN: 979-0-2201-3430-2
Shop Product Code: 2777336
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ISBN: 978-1-84761-326-4
ED 13619
English Folk Tunes for Piano (+ CD)

Status: Usually shipped within 24 - 48 hours

Subtitle: 32 Traditional Pieces

Series: Schott World Music

Department: Piano - Piano repertoire (other publishers)

Instrumentation: piano

Publisher: Schott

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ABRSM Piano 2017 & 20183
English Folk Tunes presents a collection of beautiful pieces for solo piano drawn from the rich tradition of English folk music. Experienced author and arranger Barrie Carson-Turner provides notes on all of the pieces, explaining their background and history. The volume is accompanied by a CD with a recording of all tunes. German and French translations of all texts are available as pdf downloads from the Schott Music website. Suitable for players of grades 3-8.

Part of the best selling World Music series, which also includes music from England, Ireland, Scotland, Eastern Europe, America, Argentina, India, China and Korea.

Contents and Reviews


- Barbara Allen - Come Lasses and Lads - The Cottage Well Thatched With Straw - High Germany - Early One Morning - Dumble Dum Deary - The Oak and the Ash - Brunswick Waltz - The Leather Bottel - The Helston Furry Dance - The Seven Stars - Sweet Polly Oliver - Tommy's Gone to Hilo - Blow the Wind Southerly - Country Gardens - The Dusky Night Rides Down the Sky - The Keys to Canterbury - Sailors' Hornpipe - Blow Away the Morning Dew - Yarmouth Rell - Com You Not from Newcastle - As Down in the Meadows I Chanced to Pass - It Was a Maid of My Countrie - O No, John - The Bold Fisherman - The Month of May - The High Level Bridge - Staines Morris - Kem's Jig - The Golden Banity - Sir Roger de Coverley - The Woodcutter