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    On my forum (The Gathering) I have a tune of the week feature involving a nominated tune which people play and discuss. It's building into an interesting collection of tunes (we're at No.79 just now). Most of the tunes are Scottish, and I have compiled the fourth lot of 20 tunes into a PDF-format book, available free of charge (the first three volumes are still available - see the Tune of the Week home page).

    If you have any trouble accessing the files, let me know.


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    Thanks, Nigel! "Jelly Well Spread"? Looks like something to play with my toast in the morning.

    Happy New Years to you!

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    Thanks very much Nigel ! you are the man.
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    Nigel! You should be made an honorary lifetime member. I for one appreciate your contribution

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    Thats great. Really love it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nigel Gatherer View Post
    On my forum (The Gathering) I have a tune of the week feature involving a nominated tune which people play and discuss. It's building into an interesting collection of tunes (we're at No.79 just now). Most of the tunes are Scottish, and I have compiled the fourth lot of 20 tunes into a PDF-format book, available free of charge (the first three volumes are still available - see the Tune of the Week home page).

    If you have any trouble accessing the files, let me know.

    Hello Nigel, I have just nipped and had a look at some of the Mandolin resources you have on line and
    I am very impressed and in awe, Thanks for the PDF Books.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael James Steadfast-W View Post
    Hello Nigel, I have just nipped and had a look at some of the Mandolin resources you have on line...Thanks...
    My pleasure, Mike.

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    Free PDF Tunebook (Volume Five)

    It has taken a few years, but Volume 5 is now out! This free PDF book (as well as volumes 1-4) can now be accessed from

    http://www.nigelgatherer.com/pigpipe/tow-books.html

    The books are available in Standard Notation and Mando tab versions, and if you don't like them, I'll give you your money back!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nigel Gatherer View Post
    Free PDF Tunebook (Volume Five)

    It has taken a few years, but Volume 5 is now out! This free PDF book (as well as volumes 1-4) can now be accessed from

    http://www.nigelgatherer.com/pigpipe/tow-books.html

    The books are available in Standard Notation and Mando tab versions, and if you don't like them, I'll give you your money back!
    Hi,

    Link does not seem to be working for me at least (iPad).

    Regards,

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    Strange - not sure why that is. Try the direct links:

    Standard notation: http://www.nigelgatherer.com/pigpipe...TOW_Book_5.pdf
    mandolin tab: http://www.nigelgatherer.com/pigpipe...OW_Book_5t.pdf

    Let me know if that works.

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    Hi,

    Both come back with server cannot be found. Maybe it’s just me, see what others say.

    Regards,

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    I was able to get in via the link, fyi

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    http://www.nigelgatherer.com/pigpipe...OW_Book_5t.pdf

    -this link seems to work ok. Many thanks Nigel.
    Nice front cover colour!

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    Default Re: Free PDF Tunebook (Volume Four)

    I'm able to get in via the links on the website. The direct links above point to a Dropbox file and shows an error 404 on my computer.

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    Default Re: Free PDF Tunebook (Volume Four)

    Just to be clear, the links at the top of this thread are from seven years ago and no longer work. This link should allow you to download all five books:

    http://www.nigelgatherer.com/pigpipe/tow-books.html

    And here are the direct links:
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    Volume 5:
    Standard notation: http://www.nigelgatherer.com/pigpipe...TOW_Book_5.pdf
    mandolin tab: http://www.nigelgatherer.com/pigpipe...TOW_Book_5.pdf
    ----------------------------------------
    Volume 4:
    Standard notation: http://www.nigelgatherer.com/pigpipe...TOW_Book_4.pdf
    mandolin tab: http://www.nigelgatherer.com/pigpipe...OW_Book_4t.pdf
    ----------------------------------------
    Volume 3:
    Standard notation: http://www.nigelgatherer.com/pigpipe...TOW_Book_3.pdf
    mandolin tab: http://www.nigelgatherer.com/pigpipe...OW_Book_3t.pdf
    ----------------------------------------
    Volume 2:
    Standard notation: http://www.nigelgatherer.com/pigpipe...TOW_Book_2.pdf
    mandolin tab: http://www.nigelgatherer.com/pigpipe...OW_Book_2t.pdf
    ----------------------------------------
    Volume 1:
    Standard notation: http://www.nigelgatherer.com/pigpipe...TOW_Book_1.pdf
    mandolin tab: http://www.nigelgatherer.com/pigpipe...OW_Book_1t.pdf
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