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A First Book Of Blues

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Voicing/Format Easy Piano Folio
Arranger David Dutkanicz
Publisher Dover Publications
Catalog # 481298

Price: $5.95

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Product Description

A First Book Of Blues Arranged by David Dutkanicz. For Easy Piano Folio. Published by Dover Publications. (Catalog # 481298, UPC: 9780486481296)

With these easy-to-play renditions, beginning pianists of all ages can enjoy o ne of America's most celebrated art forms. Sixteen popular blues melodies incl ude traditional songs such as "St James Infirmary" and "Careless Love",as well as several numbers by Blues giants Jelly Roll Morton and W. C. Handy, includi ng "St Louis Blues", "Joe Turner Blues", and "The Hesitating Blues".

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
ARKANSAS BLUES WILLIAMS, SPENCER LADA, ANTON  
BEALE STREET BLUES HANDY, W C  
BLUES RHYTHM  
CARELESS LOVE TRADITIONAL  
CRAZY BLUES BRADFORD, PERRY  
DOWN HOME BLUES DELANEY, TOM  
HESITATING BLUES, THE HANDY, W C  
JELLY ROLL BLUES MORTON, JELLY ROLL""  
JOE TURNER BLUES HANDY, W C  
MEMPHIS BLUES HANDY, W C  
OUTTA BED BLUES TRADITIONAL  
PRISON BOUND TRADITIONAL  
ROYAL GARDEN BLUES WILLIAMS, CLARENCE WILLIAMS, SPENCER  
ST JAMES INFIRMARY TRADITIONAL  
ST LOUIS BLUES HANDY, W C  
THE BLUES SCALE  
WEARY BLUES MATTHEWS, ARTIE  
YELLOW DOG BLUES HANDY, W C  

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