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Crow, The (Bk/Cd)

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Banjo
Desc Bk/Cd
Arranger Tony Trischka
Artist Steve Martin
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series Homespun Tapes
Catalog # 00642116

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Crow, The (Bk/Cd) Arranged by Tony Trischka. Performed by Steve Martin. For Banjo. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00642116, UPC: 884088478018)

Steve Martin is a comedian, novelist, screenwriter, actor and many other things, but his first love is the banjo. His recent hit CD, The Crow, features 15 original tunes in both clawhammer and Scruggs style. This book of tablature, accurately transcribed by Tony Trischka, is a great learning tool for aspiring players. Also includes an introduction and tuning notes from Tony.

Contents: Daddy Played the Banjo • Pitkni County Turnaround • Hoedown at Alice's • Late for School • Tin Roof • Words Unspoken • Pretty Flowers • Wally on the Run • Freddie's Lilt • Saga of the Old West • Clawhammer Medley • Calico Train • Banana Banjo • Blue River Waltz • The Crow. This special edition includes both the tab songbook and the original CD!

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
BANANA BANJO MARTIN,STEVE TRISCHKA,TONY  
BLUE RIVER WALTZ MARTIN,STEVE TRISCHKA,TONY  
CALICO TRAIN MARTIN,STEVE TRISCHKA,TONY  
CLAWHAMMER MEDLEY MARTIN,STEVE TRISCHKA,TONY  
CROW,THE MARTIN,STEVE TRISCHKA,TONY  
DADDY PLAYED THE BANJO MARTIN,STEVE TRISCHKA,TONY  
FREDDIE'S LILT MARTIN,STEVE TRISCHKA,TONY  
HOE DOWN AT ALICE'S MARTIN,STEVE TRISCHKA,TONY  
LATE FOR SCHOOL MARTIN,STEVE TRISCHKA,TONY  
PITKNI COUNTY TURNAROUND MARTIN,STEVE TRISCHKA,TONY  
PRETTY FLOWERS MARTIN,STEVE TRISCHKA,TONY  
SAGA OF THE OLD WEST MARTIN,STEVE TRISCHKA,TONY  
TIN ROOF MARTIN,STEVE TRISCHKA,TONY  
WALLY ON THE RUN MARTIN,STEVE TRISCHKA,TONY  
WORDS UNSPOKEN MARTIN,STEVE TRISCHKA,TONY  
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