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2000 Banjo

2000 Banjo

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Banjo
Composer Randal Morton
Arranger Tony Trischka
Publisher Mel Bay Publications Inc
Catalog # 98373BCD
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2000 Banjo Composed by Randal Morton. Arranged by Tony Trischka. For Banjo. Published by Mel Bay Publications Inc. (Catalog # 98373BCD, UPC: 796279067249)

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
ADORING ASHLEY MORTON,RANDAL  
BANJO CHEER (O COME ALL YE FAITHFUL) TRISCHKA,TONY  
BAY OF FUNDY  
BEAUMONT RAG DAVIS,J  
BIG MON MONROE,BILL  
BUGLE CALL RAG  
CHARLEY HORSE STOMP MILLS,JIM  
CIDER LEFTWICH,BRAD  
COREY'S SLIDE EVANS,BILL  
CRYIN' HOLY  
DANCER HATFIELD,JACK  
DIZZY FINGERS BARNETT/CONFREY  
DUST ON THE ROSES GITLIN,IRA  
FLY,THE VESTAL,SCOTT  
FOGGY MOUNTAIN LANDSCAPE HARTFORD,JOHN  
FREIGHT TRAIN DAVIS,J  
GREAT AMERICAN BANJO TUNE MUNDE,ALAN  
HOW'S THAT BAILEY JR,TARRANT  
HUCKLING THE BERRIES WERNICK/HARRISON  
JENNY'S WEDDING/RAKISH PADDY FURTADO,TONY  
JOSIE GIRL BOOSINGER,LAURA  
LITTLE ANNIE MULLINS,JOE  
LOST GIRL,THE HERMANN,JOHN  
MARIA (F. TARREGA) VANEK,LARRY  
MIDNIGHT AT BLACK MOUNTAIN LEVENSON,DAN  
MORGAINE'S HORNPIPE HANWAY,TOM  
MOVIN' OUT  
MY WAY HOME FOXWORTHY,MARKE  
PRELUDE FROM PARTITA #3 BACH,J.S.  
REYNARD IN THE CANEBRAKES EMERSON,BILL  
SALLY JOHNSON CLOUD,PAT  
SANDY BOYS  
SING BANJO SING ADCOCK,EDDIE  
SITTIN' BY THE DOCK AT MEL BAY WEISSMAN,DICK  
SITTING ON TOP OF THE WORLD CARTER/JACOBS  
SMOKEY MOKES HOLZMANN,ABE  
ST. LOUIS TICKLE BARNEY/SEYMORE/BENNE  
SUITE FOR THE AMERICAS/GIGUE MILES,MICHAEL  
WILD BILL JONES ERBSEN,WAYNE  
WINDERMERE POLKA SANDS,CHRIS  
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