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The Best Of Bluegrass (Bk/Cd), The

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Full Score
Desc Bk/Cd
Composer American Fiddle Tune
Arranger M. Christian
Artist Earl Scruggs
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series Recorded Version (GUITAR)
Catalog # 00690636

Price: $24.95

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Product Description

The Best Of Bluegrass (Bk/Cd), The Composed by American Fiddle Tune. Arranged by M. Christian. Performed by Earl Scruggs. For Full Score. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00690636, UPC: 073999973860)

This unique pack provides complete note-for-note scores for 10 bluegrass classics. The fiddle, mandolin, and bass parts are in standard notation. The banjo parts are written in banjo tab. The CD includes the original recordings as a further reference. Songs include: Cripple Creek · Darlin' Corey · Durham's Bull · Great Speckled Bird · John Henry · Man of Constant Sorrow · Mule Skinner Blues · Salty Dog Blues · Sittin' on Top of the World · Wabash Cannonball.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
CRIPPLE CREEK CHRISTIAN,M. AMERICAN FIDDLE TUNE  
DARLIN' COREY CHRISTIAN,M. TRADITIONAL  
DURHAM'S BULL FLATT,LESTER  
GREAT SPECKLED BIRD,THE CHRISTIAN,M.  
JOHN HENRY SCRUGGS,EARL CHRISTIAN,M. SCRUGGS/FOLK SONG  
MAN OF CONSTANT SORROW SILVERS/TRADITIONAL  
MULE SKINNER BLUES RODGERS,JIMMIE CHRISTIAN,M. TRADITIONAL  
SALTY DOG BLUES CHRISTIAN,M. MORRIS/MORRIS  
SITTIN' ON TOP OF THE WORLD CHRISTIAN,M.  
WABASH CANNON BALL,THE CARTER FAMILY,THE CHRISTIAN,M. CARTER,A.P.  

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