17 Favourite Folksongs for Guitar Duet with notation and TAB

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Full details

Very much still a work in progress as I may add or subtract arrangements! The music contains note name noteheads, as I think it is important for young guitar players to know what notes they are playing and not just react to the visual stimulus of line and space (as I did when younger!) The first tune is very easy, after that it gets harder! Towards the end the melody includes some 2 part playing. The accompaniments are great for classical players who need a right hand workout!

The Drunken Sailor The Water Is Wide The Keys of Canterbury Carrickfergus For Auld Lang Syne Romanza Fhear A Bhata Spanish Ladies MacPherson�s Lament The Cutty Wren Song Volga Boat Song A Bunch of Thyme The Bluebells of Scotland Now the Green Blade Rises Lisa Lan Hava Nagila The Mountains of Mourne


Score ID
82443
Year of composition
1800
Lyricist
none
Difficulty
Easy (Grades 1-3)
Duration
20 minutes
Instrumentation
Duet of Acoustic Guitars [notation]
Genre
Folk music
Licensing

For anything not permitted by the above licence then you should contact the publisher first to obtain permission.

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