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Folk Festival

Folk Festival

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Guitar Folio
Composer Traditional
Publisher Cherry Lane Music Co Inc
Series Guitar Book
Catalog # 02506932
Permanently Out of Print
Unavailable for Digital Delivery

Product Description

Folk Festival Composed by Traditional. For Guitar Folio. Published by Cherry Lane Music Co Inc. (Catalog # 02506932, UPC: 073999069327)

22 songs, including such favorites as “Kumbaya” and “Scarborough Fair,” highlight the richness and diversity of the American folk tradition. Songs made immortal by the likes of The Weavers, Pete Seeger, Joan Baez and Peter, Paul & Mary have been arranged for solo fingerstyle guitar (melody and accompaniment played together), and sound full and true to the folk guitar style without being difficult to play.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
ALL MY TRIALS  
ALL THE PRETTY LITTLE HORSES  
BUTCHER BOY,THE  
COME ALL YE FAIR AND TENDER MAIDENS  
CRUEL WAR,THE  
ENGINE 143  
FREIGHT TRAIN  
GEORDIE  
GREENSLEEVES  
HOUSE CARPENTER,THE  
HOUSE OF THE RISING SUN,THE  
KUM BA YA  
KUM BA YA (KUM BA YAH)  
LILY OF THE WEST  
LILY OF THE WEST,THE  
MAN OF CONSTANT SORROW TRADITIONAL  
MAN OF CONSTANT SORROW (FOLK)  
MICHAEL ROW YOUR BOAT ASHORE  
RIVER IN THE PINES,THE  
SCARBOROUGH FAIR  
SHENANDOAH  
SIMPLE GIFTS  
TOM DOOLEY  
WATER IS WIDE,THE  
WILDWOOD FLOWER  

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