The Fourth Ceilidh Collection for Fiddlers/digital album

The Fourth Ceilidh Collection has a further great selection of Scottish reels, marches, strathspeys, jigs, polkas, and airs. The tunes are arranged in handy ‘sets’ for ceilidh dancing to save you working out what tune follows on easily from the last one to make up your dances. Also great for solos and suitable for all melody instruments.

This download includes a digital album of all the tunes in the book for easy learning and the ebook.

These are some of the best selling books of traditional tunes in Scotland today.

A great resource for those wanting to learn more about Scottish music and dance and used by many fiddle groups, accordionists, school groups, fiddle orchestras and bands wanting simple but fun Scottish music for solos, ceilidh dancing, mods etc.

This four part series of fiddle books contain the most popular Scottish tunes and are good standard repertoire for sessions too. All the books have large clear print and can be easily sight read from a music stand.


A lively collection of great Scottish, Irish and Canadian tunes to add variety to your sets! The four books in the series "The Ceilidh Collection for Fiddlers" have been best sellers in Scotland for more than 20 years with all ages and stages of fiddle players - a testimony to the great Scottish music contained in them.

This volume contains some tunes which use more complex rhythms, bowings and some tunes have keys up to three flats but most of the tunes are in A, D or G. Another stunning collection of popular tunes for ceilidh dancing and solo performances.


Accordion, Fiddle, Mandolin
Book format:
Christine Martin
Bowing, Chords, Staff notation
Tune Types:
Air, Dance tunes, Hornpipe, Jig, March, Polka, Reel, Strathspey, Waltz
Beginners / Intermediate
Christine Martin
Audio, Interactive


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  • A' Mhaighdean Mhara
  • An Cluinn thu mi
  • mo nighean
  • Back o Bennachie
  • Bill Sullivans
  • The Black Bear
  • Bonnie Wee Jeanie McColl
  • The Boston Burglar
  • Buffalo Girls
  • Cathkin Braes
  • Cherish the Ladies
  • Clean Pea Strae
  • Come O'er the Stream
  • Charlie
  • Còta mòr Ealasaid
  • The Crusader's March
  • Da Slockit Light
  • Dear Old Donegal
  • The Duke of Perth
  • Duncan Gray
  • Dunnydeer
  • Eilean mo Ghaoil
  • Filoro
  • Flower of Scotland
  • The Galloway Hills
  • Garden where the Praties Grow
  • Ger the Rigger
  • Girl with the Blue Dress on
  • Glenburnie Rant
  • Glencoe
  • Glengarry's March
  • Golden Slippers
  • Hare among the Corn
  • The Heather Hills
  • The Heights of Alma
  • Highland Cathedral
  • Highland Whisky
  • The Hopeful Lover
  • If You're Irish
  • Irish Rover
  • Island Spinning Song
  • Jaybird
  • Jean Kirkpatrick's Fancy
  • Jenny Nettles
  • John Anderson my Jo
  • John McAlpine
  • Kelly of Killan
  • Killiecrankie
  • Kinclaven Brig
  • La Grande Chaine
  • Leaving of Liverpool
  • Let's have a ceilidh
  • Liberty
  • Liverpool Hornpipe
  • Lord Saltoun
  • Maclean's Welcome
  • Mangister Voe
  • Maxwell's Rant
  • Mrs Macpherson of Cluny
  • 'S i Morag a rinn a' Bhanais
  • Murdo's Wedding
  • My Big Kilmarnock Bunnet
  • Neil Gow's Strathspey
  • Nelson's Hornpipe
  • New Castle Bridge
  • Nicky Tams
  • O' a the airts
  • Piper's Paradise
  • Prince Charlie's Welcome
  • The Rope Waltz
  • The Sailor's Hornpipe
  • Smith's a Gallant Fireman
  • Soraidh
  • Stack of Wheat
  • The Starry Nights of Shetland
  • There Cam a Young Man
  • Tripping up the Stairs
  • The Wee Kirkcudbright Centipede
  • Whisky in the Jar
  • The Wild Colonial boy
  • Willie Brew'd a Peck o' Maut
  • With a Shellalagh under me arm
  • You're Welcome Charlie Stewart

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