Howe's 1,000 Jigs and Reels - Clog Dances, Contra Dances
In the middle of the 19th century, fiddler and publisher Elias Howe of Boston, published his Howe's 1000 Jigs and Reels which turned out to be a ground-breaking book. Now, thanks to Mel Bay Publications, Inc. and music scholar, editor Patrick Sky, Howe's 1000 Jigs and Reels is once again brought to light for the first time in over 100 years. This book of jigs, reels, clog dances, contra dances, fancy dances, hornpipes, strathspeys, breakdowns, Irish dances, Scotch dances, and more is suitable for the violin or fiddle, flute, guitar, mandolin, tinwhistle, recorder, or any treble instrument. It is a must have for fiddlers as well as music historians.