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Fiddle Tunes & Folk Songs For Beginning
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Fiddle Tunes & Folk Songs For Beginning

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Guitar Folio
Composer Scott Nygaard
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series String Letter Publishing
Catalog # 00695720

Price: $9.95

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Fiddle Tunes & Folk Songs For Beginning Composed by Scott Nygaard. For Guitar Folio. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00695720, UPC: 073999764017)

Add to your repertoire and reinforce your technique with this collection of traditional, easy-to-play American roots music. This book/CD pack contains 15 old-time classics arranged so that acoustic guitarists can practice single-note melodies, basic strums and basslines, and simple chords. Includes detailed notes on song origins and arrangements, complete song lyrics, standard notation, tab and chord diagrams, plus a companion CD with complete guitar parts! Songs: The Blackest Crow • Bury Me Not on the Lone Prairie • Down in the Valley to Pray • Eighth of January • Golden Slippers • I Truly Understand • John Brown's Dream • Little Liza Jane • Man of Constant Sorrow • New River Train • Oh, Them Golden Slippers • Over the Waterfall • Queen of the Earth, Child of the Stars • Rain and Snow • Richmond Blues • Willow Garden.

Companion songbook to The Acoustic Guitar Method!

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
BURY ME NOT ON THE LONE PRAIRIE NYGAARD,SCOTT CHAPIN/DODGE  
DOWN IN THE WILLOW GARDEN NYGAARD,SCOTT TRADITIONAL  
DOWN TO THE RIVER TO PRAY NYGAARD,SCOTT TRADITIONAL  
EIGHTH OF JANUARY,THE NYGAARD,SCOTT  
JOHN BROWN'S DREAM NYGAARD,SCOTT  
LI'L LIZA JANE (GO LI'L LIZA) NYGAARD,SCOTT COUNTESS ADA DE LACH  
MAN OF CONSTANT SORROW NYGAARD,SCOTT  
NEW RIVER TRAIN NYGAARD,SCOTT TRADITIONAL  
OH THEM GOLDEN SLIPPERS NYGAARD,SCOTT BLAND,JAMES A.  
OVER THE WATERFALL NYGAARD,SCOTT  
RAIN AND SNOW NYGAARD,SCOTT TRADITIONAL  
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