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Cowboy and Western Songs

Cowboy and Western Songs

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Guitar Folio
Arranger Fife/Fife
Publisher Creative Concepts Publishing
Series Creative Concepts Publish
Catalog # 00315049
Permanently Out of Print
Unavailable for Digital Delivery

Product Description

Cowboy and Western Songs Arranged by Fife/Fife. For Guitar Folio. Published by Creative Concepts Publishing. (Catalog # 00315049, UPC: 728207710910)

This info-packed, 372-page collection features 200 American cowboy songs with complete lyrics, lead lines and guitar chords, plus an extensive introduction, notes on the songs, illustrations by J.K. Ralston throughout, a lexicon of cowboy terms, a general index and an index of titles and first lines, and more. Songs include: Billy the Kid • Blood on the Saddle • Buffalo Gals • Clementine • Dakota Land • The Girl I Left Behind Me • Going West • Jesse James • Johnny Cake • Old Paint • Punchin' Dough • Red River Valley • Red Wing • Shenandoah • Steamboat Bill • The Streets of Laredo • The Texas Cowboy • and many more.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
BILLY THE KID  
BLOOD ON THE SADDLE  
BUFFALO GALS  
CLEMENTINE  
DAKOTA LAND  
GIRL I LEFT BEHIND ME,THE  
GOING WEST  
JESSE JAMES  
JOHNNY CAKE  
MORE*  
OLD PAINT  
PUNCHIN' DOUGH  
RED RIVER VALLEY  
RED WING  
SHENANDOAH  
STEAMBOAT BILL  
STREETS OF LAREDO,THE  
TEXAS COWBOY,THE  

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