Scottish Songs For Guitar (Book/Online Video)

Books and Digital Audio | Guitar

Publisher: Hal Leonard
Format: Sheet Music | Instrumental Album

Master guitarist and Acoustic Guitar magazine contributing writer Danny Carnahan teaches how to play 15 Scottish classic songs in fingerstyle arrangements with standard notation and tablature, in both standard and dropped-D tuning. Each song includes background information, complete lyrics, a video download and can function as a guitar and voice arrangement or a solo guitar piece.

Songs include: Both Sides the Tweed • Cam Ye O'er Frae France • Fair Flower of Northumberland • The False Lover Won Back • Fortune Turns the Wheel • Glenlogie • Hughie the Grahame • Now Westlin Winds • Rattlin' Roarin' Willie • The Rigs of Barley • So Will We Yet • Tae the Beggin' • Tae the Weavers • The Wild Mountain Thyme • Will Ye Go to Flanders.

ISBN: 9780962608148
Published on: 24 August 2018
No of pages: 60
Language: English
Catalogue No: HL00280379
 
     

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      9 out of 10

      Dave

      Felixstowe GB Very amateur guitar player.
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      A good choice of songs - better than the Irish book in the same series. Most arrangements are fairly easy to learn and use to springboard your own ideas and versions. Despite my preference for the old technology of cds, the downloading of the video lessons was straightforward enough.
      Call me old-fashioned but I miss the cd they used to stick in the back. Mind you, most likely a modern audience don’t have access to cd players anymore! The book is okay if a little scant on information: there’s enough here to help a newcomer to discover more, though.
      Confirmed purchase: 10 October 2018
      Published on: 24 October 2018

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