UP Music Weekends
Spring Music

Tunes for Jam Session

During the festival Jams are a great learning opportunity, we encourage you to expand your skills by playing with others.

But don’t feel limited to these!!!
Arkansas Traveler(D)
The Ashgrove (G) or (D)*
Bonaparte Crossing the Rhine (D)
Brian Boru's March (Em)
Colored Aristocracy
Down the Brae
Fisher's Hornpipe (D)
Flowers of Edinborough (G)
Golden Slippers (G) or (D)*
Harvest Home (D)*
Jenny Lind Polka (D, (B part in G )
John Ryan's Polka (D)
Kitchen Girl (A modal)
Liberty (D)*
Mississippi Sawyer (D)*
Music for a Found Harmonium (D)
Nonesuch (D Dorian)
Off to California (G)
Off She Goes (D)*
Old French
Over the Waterfall (D)*
Petronella (D)
Planxty George Brabizon (G)
Planxty Fanny Po'er (G)
Red Haired Boy (A)
Rights of Man (Em)
Road to Lisdoonvarna (Em)*
Scollay’s Reel
Si Bheag Si Mohr (D)*
Simple Gifts (G) or (D)*
Soldier's Joy (D)*
Southwind (G)*
St. Anne's Reel (D)*
Staten Island Hornpipe (D)
Swallowtail Jig (Em)
Swinging on a Gate (G)
Tenpenny Bit    (Am)       
Tobin's Favorite (D)       
Tripping Up Stairs (D)
Turkey In the Straw (G)
Westphalia Waltz (G)
Whiskey Before Breakfast (D)
Wind That Shakes the Barley (D)
* recommended for less experienced players.

Getting the most out of your classes: Don’t forget to bring a tape deck with batteries or music paper to the fest, you’ll want to get down things to work on long after the fest is over.  It’s a great opportunity to get down pieces during jams and classes.  It is not permissible to record concerts.