The Third Ceilidh Collection for Fiddlers/digital album

The Third Ceilidh Collection eBook 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. These are midi files.

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.


The Ceilidh Collections are easier popular Scottish ceilidh tunes arranged for solo, group playing and in sets suitable for dancing. Book three contains another exciting selection of the best of Scottish reels, marches, strathspeys, jigs, polkas, and airs all with easy chords for accompaniment and arranged in ‘sets’ for ceilidh dancing.

Another great selection of Scotlands’ popular and lovely melodies which are standard repertoire in some sessions too. Suitable for all lead instruments.


Accordion, Fiddle, Mandolin
Book format:
Anne Hughes, Christine Martin
Bowing, Chords, Staff notation
Tune Types:
Air, Hornpipe, March, Reel, Strathspey, Waltz
Beginners / Intermediate
Anne Hughes, Christine Martin


  • The 42nd Highlanders' March
  • An Gaol a Thug Mi Og
  • Arkansas Traveller
  • The Banks of the Spey
  • Bonnie Galloway
  • The Bonnie Lass o Bon-Accord
  • Breakdown
  • Caisteal a' Ghlinne
  • The Caledonian March
  • Castle in the Glen
  • Ca' the Ewes
  • Chan eil Mo Leannan Ann an Seo
  • Checkered Stockings
  • The Chicken Reel
  • The Connaughtman's Rambles
  • Corran House
  • Dancing Feet
  • Dancing the Baby
  • Denis Murphy's Polka
  • Drummond Castle
  • Duanag an t-Seòladair
  • Egan's Polka
  • Farewell to the Creeks
  • Faroe Rum
  • Fliuch an Oidhche
  • The Flowers of Edinburgh
  • The Galway Hornpipe
  • Glenbuchat Lodge
  • The Glencoe March
  • The Greencastle Hornpipe
  • Grinn Donn Sgiobalta
  • Gu Math Slan a Chi Mi
  • Heilan' Donald
  • Hey! Ho! My Bonnie Lass
  • The "Hoy" Song
  • The Hut on Staffin Island
  • I Love a Lassie
  • In Praise of Islay
  • Jacky Tar
  • Jock o' Hazeldene
  • John Ryan's Polka
  • The Kilt is my Delight
  • Kirk's Hornpipe
  • Lady Madeline Sinclair
  • Lassie wi' the Yellow Coatie
  • The Lochmaben Hornpipe
  • Macdonald's March to the Wars
  • The Maid on the Green
  • Many a Thing I Saw
  • Midnight on the Water
  • Miss Bennet's Jig
  • Miss Gayton's Hornpipe
  • Miss Hepburn Belches
  • Miss Murray of Lintrose
  • Miss Rowan Davies
  • Moladh na Lanndaidh
  • My Farewell
  • My Nannie's Awa'
  • My Sweetheart's not here
  • The Pet of the Pipers
  • The Rakes of Kildare
  • Roamin ' in the Gloamin'
  • Saint Kilda Wedding
  • The Scartaglen Polka
  • Scotch on the Rocks
  • 'S ioma rud a chunna mi
  • Skye Dance
  • Snouts and Ears
  • Snug in a Blanket
  • The Sow's Lament for the Tatties
  • Staten Island
  • Stocainnean Daoimean
  • The Stool of Repentance
  • Stop your ticklin'; Jock
  • Sweet Tibbie Dunbar
  • Teann a-nall
  • Tell her I am
  • Tiugainn gu Sgalpaigh
  • Tombigbee Waltz
  • Uidhist mo Ghraidh
  • Waiting for the Federals
  • Welcome to Scalpay
  • Wha wadna fecht for Chairlie?
  • Whisky in the Jar
  • The Wild Rover.

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