Item number 1310077,
We are pleased to offer you book number 6 (yes, six!) from the best-selling series "Mountain Dulcimer In The Band". From the repertoire of the incredible Bing Futch, these Celtic songs run the gamut of styles, from "Danny Boy" to "Muckin' In Geordie's Byer". We've included two CDs with this book - one CD has Bing playing with an accompaniment track, and the other CD has just the accompaniment track minus the solo dulcimer part. Use the first CD to help learn the tunes, and use the second CD for your own performances. The "Mountain Dulcimer In The Band" books are considered "standard literature" in the dulcimer community - be sure to add all six of them to your collection! 41 pages. Song list: The Black Velvet Band - DAD Tuning - Track Length: 02:38 - Copyright: 2010 The Galway Shawl - DAD Tuning - Track Length: 02:23 - Copyright: 2010 Loch Lomond - DAD Tuning - Track Length: 02:30 - Copyright: 2010 Kesh Jig - DAD Tuning - Track Length: 03:29 - Copyright: 2010 The Star Of The County Down - DAD Tuning - Track Length: 03:10 - Copyright: 2010 Muckin' In Geordie's Byer - DAD Tuning - Track Length: 02:37 - Copyright: 2010 The Black Nag - DAD Tuning - Track Length: 02:07 - Copyright: 2010 Planxty Fanny Po'er - DAD Tuning - Track Length: 03:11 - Copyright: 2010 The Irish Washerwoman - DGD Tuning - Track Length: 02:10 - Copyright: 2010 Johnny I Hardly Knew Ye - DAD Tuning - Track Length: 02:51 - Copyright: 2010 The Maid Behind The Bar - DAD Tuning - Track Length: 03:25 - Copyright: 2010 The Tenpenny Bit - DGD Tuning - Track Length: 02:42 - Copyright: 2010 Danny Boy - DAD Tuning - Track Length: 03:25 - Copyright: 2010 Si Bheag, Si Mhor - DAD Tuning - Track Length: 04:38 - Copyright: 2010 The Wild Rover - DAD Tuning - Track Length: 02:52 - Copyright: 2010 Fisher's Hornpipe - DAD Tuning - Track Length: 03:23 - Copyright: 2010
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