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A collection of favourite tunes for flute or other C melody instrument with a properly written guitar part! (Yes folks, not just chord symbols, but one my teacher would have happily let me play! LOL…) This is the case for most songs which have an accompaniment to develop dexterity in the right hand, but beginner arrangements of the Drunken Sailor and For Auld Lang Syne crept in and are much, much easier. Please listen to the MP3 for a rough idea… Although these are intended for an educational context(hence note name noteheads) they should be playable in any informal gathering where folk music is enjoyed. A glossy version of this collection is available in book form on the following link!
1.The Drunken Sailor 2.The Water Is Wide 3.The Keys of Canterbury 4.Carrickfergus 5.For Auld Lang Syne 6.Romanza 7.Fhear A Bhata 8.Spanish Ladies 9.MacPherson�s Lament 10.The Cutty Wren Song 11.Volga Boat Song 12.A Bunch of Thyme 13.The Bluebells of Scotland 14.Now the Green Blade Rises 15.Lisa Lan 16.Hava Nagila 17.The Mountains of Mourne
For anything not permitted by the above licence then you should contact the publisher first to obtain permission.
Reviews of 17 Favourite Folksongs for Flute and Classical Guitar (Notation and TAB)
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