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More Easy Banjo Solos 2nd Edition
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More Easy Banjo Solos 2nd Edition

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Banjo
Composer Mac Robertson
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series Banjo
Catalog # 00699516

Price: $9.99

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Product Description

More Easy Banjo Solos 2nd Edition Composed by Mac Robertson. For Banjo. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00699516, UPC: 073999995169)

Play 5-string banjo arrangements of your favorite songs from Flatt & Scruggs, Hank Williams, Steve Martin, Bill Monroe, Carolina Chocolate Drops and more! This updated collection of 16 songs is presented in order of difficulty, beginning with roll variations and ending with melodic style. Songs include: Abilene · Big Sandy River · Cornbread and Butter Beans · Foggy Mountain Breakdown · I Am a Man of Contant Sorrow · Jambalaya (On the Bayou) · Words Unspoken · and more.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
ABILENE  
BIG SANDY RIVER  
BLACKBERRY BLOSSOM  
BLUE MOON OF KENTUCKY  
CORNBREAD AND BUTTER BEANS  
DOUG'S TUNE (MY GRASS IS BLUE)  
FOGGY MOUNTAIN BREAKDOWN  
FREIGHT TRAIN  
I AM A MAN OF CONSTANT SORROW  
I'M SO LONESOME I COULD CRY  
JAMBALAYA  
RED WING  
SALTY DOG BLUES  
TEMPERENCE REEL  
WORDS UNSPOKEN  
YOUR LOVE IS LIKE A FLOWER  

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