J. Scott Skinner - J. Scott Skinner - The Scottish Violinist (Violin Solo)

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One of the best known and all time greats of Scottish fiddle music as both performer and composer James Scott Skinner (1843 - 1927) wrote many books of fiddle music. He began playing fiddle by ear as a boy but then was offered classical tuition. His technique developed and he became one of the outstanding players of his day.

From humble beginnings as a dancing master he went on to play at huge venues such as the London Palladium, sharing the bill sometimes with Harry Lauder. Skinner wrote over 600 tunes many of which are still very popular in the Scottish repertoire and contained in this book such as The Bonnie Lass of Bon Accord, The £10 fiddle, Cradle Song, The Flower of the Quern, etc.

He lived long enough to have his music preserved on early recordings and from these we can hear what an amazing fiddler he was. He is buried in Aberdeen where the city erected a memorial in his honour. This book is full of his well known solos and has been a best seller for many years. 

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Product Code9781906804121
InstrumentViolin

  1. Alice's Dollie
  2. Angus McRae
  3. Angus Campbell
  4. Arbeadie
  5. Back to The Hills
  6. Ballochmylle Brig
  7. Balmoral Castle
  8. Bank's Hornpipe
  9. Blin' Jamie
  10. Bob Steele
  11. Bonnie Banchory
  12. Bogniebrae
  13. Bovaglie's Plaid
  14. Buckingham House
  15. Clach na Cuddin
  16. Cortes Gardens
  17. Corgarff Castle
  18. Culloden Day
  19. Currie's Rambles
  20. Dargai
  21. Davie Work
  22. Davie Adams
  23. Davie Taylor
  24. Dean Brig o' Edinburgh
  25. Delnabo
  26. Dr Gordon Stables Reel
  27. Dr Baird's Strathspey
  28. Drumin
  29. Dumbarton Castle
  30. Emslie's Fiddle
  31. Farewell to Huntly
  32. Forbes Morrison
  33. Frank Gilruth
  34. Fyvie Castle
  35. Gallaton
  36. Gin ye kiss my wife I'll tell the minister
  37. Glencoe
  38. Hamilton's Strathspey
  39. Happy Tom
  40. Hap and Row the feeties o't
  41. Harvest Home Hornpipe
  42. Hasberry Howard
  43. Hector the Hero
  44. James Shearer's Reel
  45. James D
  46. Law’s Reel
  47. Jamie Hardie
  48. John McColl's
  49. J.O. Forbes
  50. King Robert the Bruce
  51. Lady Catherine Stewart
  52. Le Messe
  53. Les Trois Grands Luthairs
  54. Littlejohn's Hame
  55. Lord Huntly's Cave
  56. McCallan
  57. MacCrimmon's Farewell
  58. MacPherson's Lament
  59. MacPherson's Blade
  60. Madge
  61. Madame Sylvain
  62. Madame Vanoni
  63. Mains of Gartly
  64. Marquis of Tullybardine
  65. Mary Walker
  66. Mar Castle
  67. Milladen
  68. Miss Primrose
  69. Miss Shepherd
  70. Miss Paul
  71. Mrs Scott Skinner
  72. Oor Highland Queen
  73. Orange and Blue
  74. Ossian
  75. Peter Baillie
  76. Peter Gray
  77. Peter laing
  78. Pittengardner's Rant
  79. Professor Blackie
  80. Reel o' Thuilleachan
  81. Sandy Grant
  82. Sandie oe'r the Sea
  83. Sandlaw's Welcome
  84. Sarona
  85. Scott Skinner’s reel
  86. Scott Skinner's Rockin' Step
  87. Scott Skinner's compliments to Dr MacDonald
  88. She's Bonnie and Braw
  89. Sir William Wallace
  90. So I'm off in the good St Nicholas Boat
  91. Sword Dance
  92. Talisker
  93. The Auld Wheel
  94. The Athole Highlander's March
  95. The Bonnie Lass o' Bon Accord
  96. The Baker Reel
  97. The Bride's Reel
  98. The Brig o' Potarch
  99. The Buck o' the Cabrach
  100. The Barren Rocks of Aden
  101. The Blooms o' Bon accord
  102. The Balmoral Highlanders
  103. The Braes of Auchtertyre
  104. The Cameron Highlanders
  105. The Cradle Song
  106. The College Hornpipe
  107. The Devil and the Dirk
  108. The Devil in the Kitchen
  109. The Dei'l Amang the Tailors
  110. The Dove Cot
  111. The Duchess Tree
  112. The Duke of Fife's Welcome to Dee -side
  113. The East Neuk of Fife
  114. The Editor's Farewell
  115. The Field of Bannockburn
  116. The Flower of the quern
  117. The Forth Brig
  118. The Glenlivet
  119. The Hurricane
  120. The Highlands of Banff shire
  121. The High Level
  122. The Haunt of the Gnomes
  123. The Left Handed Fiddler
  124. The Laird of Drumblair
  125. The Miller's Rant
  126. The Miller o' Hirn
  127. The Marquis of Huntly's Farewell
  128. The Music o' Spey
  129. The Mathematician
  130. The Nine Pint Coggie
  131. The President
  132. The Perthshire Hunt
  133. The Queen's Welcome to Invercauld
  134. The Reel o' Tulloch
  135. The Rolling Spey
  136. The Spinning Wheel
  137. The Smith's a Gallant Fireman
  138. The Sirdar's March
  139. The Valley of Silence
  140. The Warrior of Persie
  141. The Warrior's Grave
  142. The £10 Fiddle
  143. Tulchan Lodge
  144. Tullochgorum
  145. Twist Ye Twine Ye even so
  146. Ward's Hornpipe
  147. Will's Reel
  148. Willie MacLennan

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