Celtic Tune Encyclopedia for 5-String Banjo


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Media: Sheet Music
Arrangement: Banjo, Banjo Tab (BJO/BJO TAB)
Skill Level: Easy - Explain this
Series: Encyclopedia
Catalogue #: MLB21275
ISBN: 9780786676941
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A collection of over 100 Celtic tunes from Scotland and Ireland arranged for the 5-string banjo. This book contains reels, jigs, marches, stathspeys, hornpipes and waltzes, which are played for traditional dances throughout Scotland. All the tunes are played out of standard G tuning without the use of a capo. They will expand your repertoire and challenge your playing using a mixture of single string, melodic and Scruggs style that will give both of your hands a good workout. This collection takes the banjo back to the music where Bluegrass and Old Time music has its roots. Although many tunes in this collection are going to be challenging to the beginner, all levels of player will gain from studying these tunes and adding them to their collection, will enhance their ability and knowledge of the 5-string banjo. In tablature. •



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Sales Rank: Not specified
Published on: 22/10/2009
Format: Mixed Songbook
Length: 96 pages
Language: English
Publisher: Mel Bay Publications
Author: Iain E. Maclachlan

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