Listed three ways:
These are the documented result of a few decades of fun finding the recordings and figuring out the patterns.
Some of the patterns are obscure enough that you will need to listen to the music to understand the written patterns.
Many of the recordings below are long out of print. Fortunately people still write new Zwiefacher tunes and record ones found in old music books. Thus; your choice of Zwiefacher recordings is growing.
The tables contain two versions of tune names, the name used by this author and the name printed on the recording. The centuries of Zwiefacher diffusion throughout the rural Alps, while the German language evolved, result in:
From the authors location, in the Northwest corner of the United States, it is very difficult to figure out any "best" name to use. So consider the author's selection of tune name arbitrary. The name selected is, if possible, one familiar to Zwiefacher fans in North America.
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