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The Banjo Pub Songbook: Banjo

Instrumental Album | Sheet Music and Books

PUBLISHER: Hal Leonard
PRODUCT FORMAT: Instrumental Album
These rousing Irish folksongs have been sung in pubs for generations. The arrangements in this 35-song collection include the vocal melodies, lyrics, chord diagrams and tabs for the 5-string banjo. 3-finger picking annotations are also included below the tab, but the arrangements can easily be
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Specifications
Publisher Hal Leonard
Product Format Instrumental Album
Genre Folk Music
Year of Publication 2016
Style Traditional
ISBN 9781480363977
UPC 884088959869
Instrumentation Banjo
No. HL00123546
Number of pages 98
Series Banjo
Description
These rousing Irish folksongs have been sung in pubs for generations. The arrangements in this 35-song collection include the vocal melodies, lyrics, chord diagrams and tabs for the 5-string banjo. 3-finger picking annotations are also included below the tab, but the arrangements can easily be adapted for plectrum use. Songs include: Arthur McBride · Cliffs of Doneen · Finnegan's Wake · I'll Tell Me Ma · The Irish Rover · Leaving of Liverpool · Molly Malone (Cockles & Mussels) · Nancy Whisky · A Pub with No Beer · Seven Drunken Nights · When Irish Eyes Are Smiling · Whiskey in the Jar · Whiskey, You're the Devil · Wild Rover · and more.
Songlist
  • 1. A Pub With No Beer
  • 2. All For Me Grog
  • 3. Arthur McBride
  • 4. Black Velvet Band
  • 5. Cliffs Of Doneen
  • 6. Dirty Old Town
  • 7. Fiddler's Green
  • 8. Finnegan's Wake
  • 9. Hills Of Connemara
  • 10. I'll Tell Me Ma
  • 11. Johnny, I Hardly Knew You
  • 12. Jug Of Punch
  • 13. Lark in the Morning
  • 14. Leaving Of Liverpool
  • 15. Minstrel boy
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