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Banjo Case Chord Book

Author : Larry Sandberg
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Tenor Banjo Chord Book

Author : Adrian Hopkins
File Size : 49.1 MB
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(Banjo). This handy reference title fits right in your banjo case. It covers all of the essential chords in all 12 keys for the tenor banjo in C-G-D-A tuning, plus unusual chord shapes, all demonstrated with clear readable diagrams. Suitable for beginners to intermediate players.

Complete Banjo Repair

Author : Larry Sandberg
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The setup, maintenance, and restoration of the five-string banjo. An indispensable guide for the amateur as well as the professional repair person. Every procedure is clearly explained and illustrated with detailed photographs and diagrams.

Starting bluegrass banjo

Author : Robin Roller
File Size : 75.6 MB
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(Music Sales America). From learning how to hold the banjo to playing complete bluegrass songs, this easy-to-understand method will turn you into a 5-string banjo player no time. You'll learn how to read banjo tablature, all the basic banjo rolls, chords, authentic bluegrass techniques, banjo tuning and maintenance, and more! This book also has an audio CD with demonstration tracks of the essential bluegrass songs including: Cripple Creek * John Hardy * Nine Pound Hammer * Red River Valley * and others. With detailed photographs and simple instructions, this is the 5-string banjo method for getting results fast!

Tenor Banjo Chord Book

Author : Wise Publications
File Size : 79.99 MB
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Tenor Banjo Chord Book contains all of the Tenor Banjo chords you'll ever need. Suitable for beginners to intermediate players, Tenor Banjo Chord Book includes all of the essential chords in all 12 keys for the Tenor Banjo in C-G-D-A tuning. This narrow format book fits neatly into your case so you can take it everywhere.

Jam Along Series Clawhammer Banjo Book 1

Author : Neal Crowley
File Size : 29.17 MB
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Jam Along Series Three Finger Banjo Book 1

Author : Neal Crowley
File Size : 34.73 MB
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The Bob Dylan Banjo Chord Songbook

Author : Wise Publications
File Size : 30.40 MB
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Complete with full lyrics and easy-to-read chord boxes, this songbook allows Banjo players to pick and sing along to 30 of Dylan's greatest hits, including All Along The Watchtower, Blowin' In The Wind, Like A Rolling Stone, The Times They Are A-Changin' and more. All Along The Watchtower Blowin' In The Wind Changing Of The Guards Country Pie Drifter's Escape Forever Young Hurricane I Shall Be Released I Threw It All Away If Not For You I'll Be Your Baby Tonight It's All Over Now, Baby Blue It's Alright, Ma (I'm Only Bleeding) Knockin' On Heaven's Door Lay, Lady, Lay Like A Rolling Stone Love Minus Zero, No Limit Make You Feel My Love Million Dollar Bash Mr. Tambourine Man My Back Pages On A Night Like This One More Cup Of Coffee (Valley Below) Percy's Song Pretty Saro Senor (Tales Of Yankee Power) Shelter From The Storm Simple Twist Of Fate Tangled Up In Blue The Times They Are A-changin'

Sing Out

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Wayne Howard

Author : Lewis M. Stern
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From his birth in Owensboro, Kentucky, in 1947, to his 2020 album featuring the music of Lee Hammons, Wayne Howard has lived an exceptionally creative life. He seemed to be eternally present at fiddle festivals, involved in the creative forces working to preserve Southern Mountain music. In 1969, he relocated to West Virginia and was introduced to the Hammons family by Dwight Diller. Howard then recorded Lee, Sherman, Burl, and Maggie Hammons playing music and telling stories. Howard then became a professional computer programmer, a vintage book collector, and a woodworker, before turning to writing about the Hammons family, and producing CDs of their stories and music. This biography follows the threads of music and folklore through Howard's life, celebrating his profound knowledge that does much to sustain the interest of those who seek out Appalachian tunes, songs, and stories.