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Leeds Folk Fiddle Group performing at Kirkstall Festival, Leeds, 2018

The Leeds Folk Fiddle Group has a vast repertoire of traditional English, Irish and Scottish folk music - jigs, reels, hornpipes and Irish pub music, interspersed with some slow airs.  Some examples from the Leeds Folk Fiddle Group's current repertoire are shown on this page.

Greek:  Levantinikos


Gypsy:  I have danced my boots off, Shall I shan't I


Klezmer:  Little Galitsian Dance, Sweet Father, Bulgar from Odessa, Dance of Delight, Jewish Wedding, Wise Man''s Song


Swing:  Louis, Take Five, Sing of the Lord's goodness


Hungarian (Gaty, Zoltan):  Hosok Emlekere (In memory of Heroes)


Traditional Czech:  Kdyz jsem ja sel, Siroky Hluboky


Polish:  Viecna


French:  The Folk from the Mountain, Bourees (a number of them), Witch's Broomsick, King of the Carnival

Also included in the Leeds Folk Fiddle Group's repertoire is a selection of folk music from around the world.  

Patrick’s Reel

Rackety Old Banjo

Donnybrook Fair

Father O’Flynn

Crested Hens

Flowers of Edinburgh

Mason’s Apron

Ashokan Farewell

Lannigan’s Ball

Dance! Dance

Si Bheag Si Mhor

Da Slockit Light

Paddy on the Railroad

Rocky Road to Dublin

Dingle Regatta

Road to Lisdoonvarna

Ragtime Annie


John Ryan's Polka

Rubber Dolly

Pig Ankle Rag

Michael Turner's Waltz

Canal in October

Theme Vanitaise

Give me your Hand

Sailing South

Swallowtail Jig

Roxburgh Castle

Trip to the Market

Howling Wind

Danny Boy

Irish Washerwoman

The Maid behind the Bar

Bayhorse Brawl

I will tell my Ma

Wild Rover

Black Velvet Band

Irish Rover

Star of the County Down

Whiskey in the jar


If you like the type of music in the above repertoire and would like to discuss joining or hiring the Leeds Folk Fiddle Group, please go to the Come Join! or the Bookings page.

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