Ho-ro-Gheallaidh - Session Tunes for Scottish Fiddlers (Four book offer)

This is a special offer for Christmas of the four Ho- ro- Gheallaidh session book collection which has over 320 Scottish, Irish & Cape Breton tunes. Very popular at sessions throughout Scotland these books contain many of the best tunes to be found in Scotland today and are an essential addition to the more advanced fiddlers' (and other instrumentalists ) Scottish repertoire.

Many of the tunes such as Reel Beatrice, Stan Chapmans, Aly's Waltz, Andy Brown's Reel, The Road to Errogie,Trip toPakistan, Farquahar and Hettie's, Two Fifty to Vigo, The High Drive,Sweetness of Mary, Willafjord, Da New Rigged Ship, Scarce o' Tatties, Louis Waltz, Brenda Stubberts, Moving Cloud, Jeans Reel etc. are those recorded on albums by such fiddle masters as Aly Bain and Alasdair Fraser and many other fine fiddlers.


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A fine selection of Irish, Scottish & Cape Breton tunes being played at todays sessions in Scotland. This is a follow on book from our very popular book one "the black book". The tunes are a little more advanced than those in the Ceilidh Collection series and are ideal for sessions, advanced fiddle groups, bands, concerts festivals, SQA exams and albums.

This is some of the faster and more tricky traditional music played in Scotland and should offer a challenge to the increasing number of good fiddlers and other instrumentalists in Scotland and beyond. A few of the tunes use 3rd and 5th position. Much of the material consists of reels as this is what is mostly played in sessions. and the tunes are from Scotland, Cape Breton and Ireland though there are also a few jigs, marches and airs too. Includes chords, bowings, and metronome markings for tempo.


Accordion, Fiddle, Mandolin, Whistle
Tune Types:
Hornpipe, Jig, March, Reel, Strathspey
Ceilidh, Hogmanay, St Andrew's Night
Bowing, Chords, Staff notation
Anne Hughes, Christine Martin
Scottish, Irish, Cape Breton
Book format:
Anne Hughes, Christine Martin


  • The Acrobat Hornpipe
  • Ally Bally
  • Angus Campbell
  • Ashokan Farewell
  • The Banks of Allan
  • The Blarney Pilgrim
  • The Bobers of Brechin
  • The Boys of Ballymote
  • The Boys of Malin
  • The Braes of Dunvegan
  • Branohm
  • The Butterfly
  • Caitlin Ni Aodha
  • Captain Campbell
  • Captain D. Stewart's Reel
  • Carnie's Canter
  • The Concertina
  • The Congress Reel
  • The Cup of Tea
  • Da Ferry Reel
  • Daldownys
  • Davy Work
  • Dick Gossip's Reel
  • Dinkies
  • The Dismissal
  • Dowd's Reel
  • The Dusty Windowsills
  • The Earl's Chair
  • Easter Elchies
  • The Easy Club Reel
  • The Eavesdropper
  • The Forth Brig
  • The Forth Brig Reel
  • Gillian's Reel
  • Give us A Drink of Water
  • The Golden Eagle
  • The Hawk
  • The High Drive
  • The Highland Reel
  • Hughie Jim Paul
  • The Humours of Tulla
  • The Hurdle Race
  • I Wish You Would Marry Me Now
  • Itchy Fingers
  • James F. Dickie
  • The Jig Run Rig
  • Jig Brest St. Marc
  • Kennedy Street March
  • The Kesh Jig
  • King of the Fairies
  • Kissing is the best of a'
  • The Kitchen Maid
  • Knockdhu Reel
  • The Laird of Drumblair
  • Lay Dee at Dee
  • The Left Handed Fiddler
  • The Lemonville Jig
  • The Long Water
  • MacFadden's Reel
  • MacLaine of Lochbuie's Reel
  • Memories of Father Angus MacDonnell
  • Miss Campbell of Sheerness
  • Miss Georgina Campbell
  • Miss Sarah MacFadyen
  • Mittens Breakdown
  • Mrs Charles Stewart
  • Pettyvaich
  • Mrs Dundas of Arniston
  • The Mullindhu
  • The Newly Wed's Reel
  • Nine Pint Coggie
  • The North Shore
  • Old French
  • Paddy's Trip to Scotland
  • Pete Brady's Chubby Cheeks
  • The Poppy Leaf Hornpipe
  • The Price of a Pig
  • Prince Charlie
  • Return to Milltown
  • The Rocky Road to Dublin
  • Rona Morgana
  • Rory MacLeod
  • Ruileadh Chailleach
  • The Seagull
  • 'S e mo chas chrubach
  • The Shetland Fiddler
  • The Silver Spire
  • Sligo Maid
  • Snug in a Blanket
  • The Song of the Chanter
  • The Spirit of Pulteney
  • The Spoot o' Skerry
  • The Sweetness of Mary
  • The Teetotaller
  • Tom McKerron's Reel
  • Thunderhead
  • A Traditional Jig
  • Trip to Sligo
  • The Trippers

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