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A Treasury of Favorite Songs for Autoharp, Guitar, Ukulele, Mandolin, Banjo, and Keyboard

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The songs and ballads in this book include a rich selection of favorite American folk songs, patriotic songs, sentimental songs from the past, and songs from other lands. They have been arranged in the keys that are most suitable for singing, and can be played in a variety of styles using only the words and the accompanying chords. In cases where there are two versions of ...more
Paperback, 48 pages
Published July 1st 2003 by Mel Bay Publications
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Sarah Crawford
Feb 28, 2016 Sarah Crawford rated it really liked it
The book is all songs, each song including chords and verses. A preface explains what the special marks on the songs mean. The songs themselves are broken into four categories, including Amerian Folk Songs (John Brown's Body, On Top of Old Smoky, etc.); Patriotic Songs (America the Beautiful, Dixie, etc); Sentimental Songs (Beautiful Dreamer, Good Night Ladies, etc.), and Songs from Other Lands (Annie Laurie, Greensleeves, etc.) There's a lot of songs, so the user has a pretty wide selection.
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