Fred Cockerham/Tommy Jarell: Clawhammer Banjo Masters (Book/Online Audio)

Books and Digital Audio | Banjo

Format: Sheet Music | Instrumental Album

Fred Cockerham and Tommy Jarrell's Clawhammer Banjo Masters is a collection of 23 Clawhammer Banjo solos written in tablature.

The pieces are transcribed as played by Fred Cockerham and Tommy Jarrell by Bob Carlin. Also included are modern interpretations by Dan Levenson. This is the third book in a series of transcribed tunes from the old masters. Previous books are Kyle Creed - Clawhammer Banjo Master and Wade Ward - Clawhammer Banjo Master.

Fred Cockerham and Tommy Jarrell both gave unique definition to the style of old-time Clawhammer Banjo playing. The repertoire, presented in tablature, is intended to be a starting point for your journey through the old-time music world. Each piece is presented in multiple arrangements, both on the page and in the online audio. Most of the recordings are played at learning tempos and correspond to the tablature.

ISBN: 9780786687770
Published on: 03 June 2015
No of pages: 56
Language: English
Catalogue No: MLB30107M
 
     

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      This book like the two earlier books about Kyle Creed & Wade Ward, captures much detail in the tablature. If you combine the exact transcriptions with Dan Levenson's versions you will get more ideas for how to play the tunes. In combination with hearing the source recordings it is especially helpful.
      1. I would have preferred that the authors had selected a few other tunes and versions.
      2. Some of the original recordings are not easy to find anymore, so they require a bit detective work if you want to hear them.
      Confirmed purchase: 02 July 2015
      Published on: 16 July 2015