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Fiddle Tunes For Flatpickers Guitar
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Fiddle Tunes For Flatpickers Guitar

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Guitar Folio
Desc Bk/Cd
Composer Bob Grant
Publisher Oak Publications
Catalog # 14011275

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Fiddle Tunes For Flatpickers Guitar Composed by Bob Grant. For Guitar Folio. Published by Oak Publications. (Catalog # 14011275, UPC: 752187651420)

Flatpicking is a guitar style which delivers the clean, sharp solo sound that defined some of the greatest bluegrass recordings of the 1950s. Now you can learn to play 25 famous fiddle tunes arranged for guitar. Each song includes performance notes which give you helpful hints and tips on playing slides, double stops, fiddle shuffles, tremolos, ornaments, syncopations, and more. The accompanying CD features specially mixed tracks that let you hear the guitar alone, the guitar with the backing track,or just the backing track so you can play along!
Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
ARKANSAS TRAVELER GRANT,BOB  
BIG MON GRANT,BOB  
BILL CHEATHAM KAUFMAN,STEVE  
BILLY IN THE LOW GROUND GRANT,BOB  
BLACKBERRY BLOSSOM GRANT,BOB  
BOSTON BOY GRANT,BOB  
CATTLE IN THE CANE GRANT,BOB  
CHEROKEE SHUFFLE GRANT,BOB  
CLUCK OLD HEN GRANT,BOB  
DEVIL'S DREAM GRANT,BOB  
EIGHTH OF JANUARY,THE GRANT,BOB  
FIRE ON THE MOUNTAIN GRANT,BOB  
FISHER'S HORNPIPE GRANT,BOB  
LIBERTY GRANT,BOB  
OLD JOE CLARK GRANT,BOB  
RED HAIRED BOY GRANT,BOB  
SAILOR'S HORNPIPE GRANT,BOB  
SALLY GOODIN' GRANT,BOB  
SALT CREEK GRANT,BOB  
SOLIDER'S JOY GRANT,BOB  
SWEET LIZA JANE GRANT,BOB  
TEXAS GALES GRANT,BOB  
TURKEY IN THE STRAW GRANT,BOB  
WHISKEY BEFORE BREAKFAST GRANT,BOB  
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