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A comprehensive collection of 260+ Popular Traditional English Pub session tunes including pieces from Irish, Scottish, British and American folk and roots traditional music. These are tunes which are commonly played at music sessions throughout the British Isles but with a particular emphasis on the South East area.

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TUNE LIST PART 1 (GENERAL PUB SESSION TUNES)
TUNE LIST PART 2 (JOHN SMEDLEY'S CHOICE)
TUNES LIST PART 3 (LEWES COLLECTION)


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Traditional & folk tunes mostly British Isles & English speaking countries huge collection of 10,000 tunes with sheet music, midis, and guitar & mandolin tab. Also see our American, Irish and Scottish tune collections.

PUB MUSIC SESSIONS are mostly informal gatherings at which people play traditional music. The general session scheme is that someone starts a tune, and those who know it join in. Good session etiquette requires not playing if one does not know the tune, and waiting until a tune one knows comes along. Everyone who is able to play is welcome. Commonly there are recognized session leaders; sometimes there are no leaders. At times a song will be sung or a slow air played by a single musician between sets. The objective in a session is not to provide music for an audience of passive listeners; although the punters (non-playing attendees) often come for the express purpose of listening, the music is most of all for the musicians themselves. Sessions are a key aspect of traditional music; some say it is the main sphere in which the music is formulated and innovated. and also enable less advanced musicians to practice in a group. Socially, sessions might be compared to an evening of playing card games, where the conversation and fellowship are an essential component.

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