Item number 1390019,
Following up on the phenomenal success of the groundbreaking “Join The Jam” series for mountain dulcimer, Stephen Seifert has now introduced a new book of arrangements. “Join The Jam, Ukulele Edition” is a superb introduction to classic “jam tunes”, designed to introduce even the most pop-oriented ukulele player to the joys of old-time music.Complete with melodies, lyrics, chord symbols, and tons of fun, this exciting book is compatible with the dulcimer books “Join The Jam” series. Each tune is presented in a traditional key, so you’ll be able to use these arrangements as you play with most any jam group!
This book is published by Folkcraft Instruments, under the Fingers Of Steel imprint.80 pages.Song list:Amazing Grace Angelina Baker Arkansas Traveler Aunt Rhodie Barlow Knife Bile Them Cabbage Down Black Mountain Rag Boatman Bonaparte Crossing The Rhine Bonaparte's Retreat Buffalo Gals Cherokee Shuffle Chinese Breakdown Cluck Old Hen Cold Frosty Morning Columbus Stockade Blues Cripple Creek Cucharin's Cross Dixie Dubuque Eighth Of January Fisher's Hornpipe Flop Eared Mule Fly Around My Pretty Little Miss Forked Deer Goin' To Boston Golden Slippers Grey Cat On A Tennessee Farm Ground Hog Hangman's Reel Johnson Boys June Apple Kitchen Girl Liberty Little Liza Jane Liza Jane May The Circle Be Unbroken Midnight On The Water Mississippi Sawyer Nonesuch Oh, Susannah Old Joe Clark Over The Waterfall Ragtime Annie Red Haired Boy Red Wing Reuben's Train Rock The Cradle Joe Rosin The Beau Sail Away Ladies Saint Anne's Reel Sandy Boys Sandy River Belle Scotland The Brave Seneca Square Dance Shady Grove Shortnin' Bread Silly Bill Soldier's Joy Southern Aristocracy Southwind Spotted Pony Sugar Hill The Fiddler Has Played His Last Waltz For The Night The Girl I Left Behind Me Turkey In The Straw Waterbound Westfalia Waltz Westfork Gals Whiskey Before Breakfast Wildwood Flower Year Of Jubilo Yellow Rose Of Texas
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