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Fingerpicking, Flatpicking and Slide

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Guitar
Desc Book W/Cd
Composer Merle Watson
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Catalog # 00641467

Price: $29.95

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Fingerpicking, Flatpicking and Slide Composed by Merle Watson. For Guitar. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00641467, UPC: 073999344424)

During the fifteen years that Merle Watson toured and recorded with his father, Doc Watson, the duo was one of the most popular and beloved musical teams in folk music history. On these two CDs, Merle teaches the traditional fingerpicking, flatpicking and slide guitar styles for which he was famous. Doc joins Merle in a dynamic demonstration of twin guitars as they take apart some of their most requested duets and explain, in detail, how each part is played. CD One - Country Guitar Fingerpicking Solos & Duets: Southbound · Candyman · Will the Circle Be Unbroken · Goin' Down the Road · Make Me a Pallet on the Floor · Nine-Pound Hammer · The Last Thing on My Mind · Worried Blues · Bonaparte's Retreat · Windy and Warm · Blue Railroad Train · Solid Gone · Deep River Blues. CD Two - Slide Guitar and Flatpicking Solos & Duets: Poor Boy Blues · Day Break Blues · Curly Headed Baby · Can't Be Satisfied · Wabash Cannonball · Minglewood Blues · Miss the Mississippi and You · Columbus Stockade · Honky Tonkin' · Will the Circle Be Unbroken · Old Joe Clark · Salt Creek · Florida Blues · Cotton-Eyed Joe · Red-Haired Boy. TWO CDs · INCLUDES TAB · LEVEL 3

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