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Mixter Maxter Tunebook

Mixter Maxter Tunebook

Mixter Maxter - a Scots expression meaning "topsy-turvey" or "all mixed up" - combines high quality music with an introduction to the joy of playing with other people. Mixter Maxter is a day of mixed instrument workshops where the group learns some tunes and collaborates to arrange them in an interesting and attractive way. This newly published eBook contains the music which has been explored at all six Mixter Maxters to date.

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  • Alexander Park
  • Caald Nights o' Winter, Da
  • Cold Winds from Ben Wyvis
  • Covenanter's Lament, The
  • Covenanter's Tomb, The
  • Covenanters, The
  • Devil's Dance, The
  • Devil's Elbow, The
  • Down with Peebles
  • Drive the Cold Winter Away (jig)
  • Drive the Cold Winter Away (song)
  • Duke of Montrose's Reel, The
  • Eighth of December, The
  • Fagail Ghlaschu
  • Farewell to Glasgow
  • Frosty Morning
  • General Leslie's March
  • Gudewife of Peebles, The
  • Halloween Jig
  • Fife and a' the Lands About It
  • Fine Flooers in the Valley
  • I Don't Like Dundee
  • Largo Bay
  • Largo Law
  • Midwinter Waltz, A
  • Montrose
  • Queen Margaret Drive
  • Rakes of Glasgow, The
  • Rolling Hills of the Borders, The
  • Rutherglen Road
  • Salmon Tails
  • Tam O'Shanter
  • Tweedside
  • Ugliest Man in Glasgow, The
  • Warlocks, The
  • Windyedge
  • Winter
  • Witches, The
Published: Mar 2015
Pages: 27
Tunes: 37
Price: £2.50
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