This really is the all-inclusive book for those wishing to play the night away! Good collection of tunes. Needs reasonable mastery of chord symbols and improvisation, but is a good tool to practice them for those with some experience already.
This is a heavy book though... reinforce your keyboard stand if you use it for that, but it sits fine at a piano. Anonymous
- (Ellon, United Kingdom)
Very useful for our sixty's style band!
A few obscure 60s numbers which we have put in our repertoire which we think people will enjoy.
Also a good variety of songs for Christnas and a super index dividing the songs into styles, eras etc Anonymous
- (Glasgow, United Kingdom)
I was very pleased with my purchase of, “The New Busker's Fake Book: 1001 All-Time Hit Songs”. It very easy stuff to play and great for someone just starting to read music, I just can’t put it down.
Much of the music it the Authors interpretation of the original music, although, maintaining the essence of the piece.
I was so impressed with the book that I have now purchased the original version of it, “The Busker's Fake Book: 1001 All-Time Hit Songs”.
- (Bristol, United Kingdom)
A fantastic follow up to the first volume with another great selection of pieces to suit all tastes. Also nothing too challenging therefore suitable for all skill levels. Anonymous
- (Worcester, United Kingdom)
Very good selection and as on the previous version the arrangements on the songs are well done Anonymous
- (Warrington, United Kingdom)
Excellent Song Book, The New Buskers Fake Book 1001 All-Time Hit Songs. As a Trained Singer/Organist/Pianist this book is a must.
Variety of Songs for every occasion. I have bought Sheet Music in the past at £3.50 it can be expensive, so this Music Book is excellent value for money.10/10. The Musicroom Service is first class. Anonymous
This is a really useful book. I'm a teacher and often need to find songs/tunes in lots of different styles. This is great. Beware, only chord symbols with the tune, so don't get it if you don't understand them! Anonymous