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20 Old Time American Tunes
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20 Old Time American Tunes

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Ukelele
Composer Mackillop, Rob
Publisher Mel Bay Publications Inc

Price: $14.99

Catalog #30037BCD

UPC code: 9780786683949

Unavailable for Digital Delivery

This book features twenty superb arrangements of traditional Old Time American tunes by ukulele maestro Rob MacKillop. Included are classics such as Wildwoo d Flower, Man Of Constant Sorrow, Whiskey Before Breakfast, Angeline The Baker , and many others. All the music is playable with a pick or finger style, and the tunes are presented in both tablature and standard notation. The book incl udes accompanying audio.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
ANGELINE THE BAKER  
ARKANSAS TRAVELLER  
BARLOW KNIFE  
BELLE OF LEXINGTON  
BIG SCIOTY  
BLACK EYED SUSAN  
BREAKING UP CHRISTMAS  
CLUCK OLD HEN  
DOWN IN THE VALLEY  
DUCKS ON THE MILL POND  
FIRE ON THE MOUNTAIN  
FROSTY MORNING  
HOME SWEET HOME  
LONESOME INJUN  
MAN OF CONSTANT SORROW  
NEW RIVER TRAIN  
RED HAIRED BOY  
RED RIVER VALLEY  
WHISKEY BEFORE BREAKFAST  
WILDWOOD FLOWER  
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