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Bluegrass Songs For Easy Guitar
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Bluegrass Songs For Easy Guitar

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Voicing/Format Guitar Folio
Desc W/Tab
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Catalog # 00702394

Price: $12.99

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Product Description

Bluegrass Songs For Easy Guitar For Guitar Folio. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00702394, UPC: 884088577087)

25 bluegrass standards in easy arrangements with tab. Includes: Alabama Jubilee · Arkansas Traveler · Bill Cheatham · Blackberry Blossom · The Fox · Great Speckled Bird · I Am a Pilgrim · New River Train · Red Rocking Chair · Red Wing · Sally Goodin · Soldier's Joy · Turkey in the Straw · and more.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
ALABAMA JUBILEE Digital Delivery
ALL GOOD TIMES  
ARKANSAS TRAVELER  
BILL CHEATHAM  
BLACK MOUNTAIN RAG Digital Delivery
BLACKBERRY BLOSSOM  
FOX, THE Digital Delivery
GREAT SPECKLED BIRD Digital Delivery
I AM A PILGRIM Digital Delivery
I KNOW YOU, RIDER Digital Delivery
KNOXVILLE GIRL Digital Delivery
LITTLE BESSIE Digital Delivery
LITTLE BIRDIE Digital Delivery
LITTLE MAGGIE  
LITTLE SADIE  
NEW RIVER TRAIN  
PRETTY POLLY  
RAIN AND SNOW Digital Delivery
RED ROCKING CHAIR Digital Delivery
RED WING Digital Delivery
ROVING GAMBLER Digital Delivery
SALLY GOODIN Digital Delivery
SOLDIER'S JOY Digital Delivery
TURKEY IN THE STRAW Digital Delivery
WHISKEY BEFORE BREAKFAST Digital Delivery

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