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The Fiddle Music of James Hill

Published in 2005, this contains a collection of hornpipes and other tunes, by James Hill and other musiciansof his period, principally selected from local sources.

Price: £4.00 members/£7.00 non-members

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Contents:
The Barberís Pole/Beeswing/The Cage/Bottle Bank/The California Hornpipe/The Champion Hornpipe/Charles Attwood/The Country Lass/The Great Exhibition/The Fiddlerís Fancy/The Flying Dutchman/The Free Trade/The Enterprise Hornpipe/The Hawk/The High Level Bridge Hornpipe/Hawks' Polka/The Hunter/James Brown/Jenny Lind (The Fisher Lads)/The Marquis of Waterford/The Lads Like Beer/Miss Hunterís Hornpipe/The New Yearís Gift/The Pear Tree/The Newcastle Hornpipe (Prince Albertís Hornpipe)/Proudlockís Fancy/The Omnibus/The Quayside/James Hill's Reel/Spenceís Tent/The Spotted Bitch/The Stony Steps Hornpipe/Tweedly Park/Tykeside/A hornpipe - no. 8/When the Tide Comes in/A hornpipe - no.9/Blaydon Flats/The Cliff (The Ruby)/The Gateshead Hornpipe/Earl Grey/The Gardener Lads/Gleghorn's Fancy/The Ferry Bridge Hornpipe/The Circassian Circle (Hillís Fancy)/Little Jim's Hornpipe/The Locomotive/The Navvie on the Line/The Rights of Man/Shields Fair/The Scholar (The South Shore)/The South Shore/The Steamboat/The Underhand/The Wonder/XYZ/Miss Aubone Surtees Favourite/The Mug of Brown Ale (Fogabella)/The Old Church Hornpipe/Anybody's Hornpipe/The Black Wall Hornpipe/The Careless Lass/Chambers's Hornpipe/Clasper's Hornpipe/The Comet/Durham Regatta/The Favourite/The Champion/The Durham/The Firefly/The Flying Dutchman/The Free Trade/The Gaslight Hornpipe/George Hunter's Shop/A Hornpipe/Kemp's Hornpipe/Marsden Rock/The Merry Lads of Gateshead/The Monckey/Mrs. Gibbs' Hornpipe/The Pride of the North/The Railway Bridge/The Ranting Lads of Sunderland/The Rink/The Rocket (The Stage)/Thomas Hair's Hornpipe/A Hornpipe - 1/Smith's Hornpipe/A Hornpipe - 2/A Hornpipe (Raughton Head)/A Hornpipe - 4/A Hornpipe - 5/The West End/Whit Monday

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Page prepared by Barry Say on behalf of the Northumbrian Pipers' Society.
This page last modified 24 August, 2005