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Folk songs for banjo : 40 traditional American folk songs arranged for clawhammer banjo / arranged by Michael Miles.

Miles, Michael J. (Added Author).

Available copies

  • 1 of 1 copy available at Berklee College of Music.

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Stan Getz Library MP120 .F65 2013 37684001081389 Library Stacks Copy hold / Volume hold Available -

Record details

  • ISBN: 1617804177
  • ISBN: 9781617804175
  • Physical Description: 94 p. of music ; 31 cm.
  • Publisher: Milwaukee, WI : Hal Leonard, c2013.

Content descriptions

General Note:
For banjo and voice. Includes chord symbols. All songs in tablature only.
Lyrics printed as superlinear words.
Formatted Contents Note:
Amazing grace -- Arkansas traveler -- Beautiful brown eyes -- The blue tail fly (Jimmy crack corn) -- Buffalo gals (Won't you come out tonight?) -- Carry me back to old Virginny -- Comin' through the rye -- The crawdad song -- (I wish I was in) Dixie -- Down by the riverside -- Down in the valley -- Freight train -- Give me that old time religion -- Good night ladies -- Hail, hail, the gang's all here -- Home on the range -- Home sweet home -- I've been working on the railroad -- In the good old summertime -- John Brown's body -- John Henry -- Kumbaya -- Little brown jug -- Man of constant sorrow -- Michael row the boat ashore -- Midnight special -- My old Kentucky home -- Nobody knows the trouble I've seen -- Oh! Susanna -- Old folks at home (Swanee River) -- The old gray mare -- The Red River valley -- She'll be comin' 'round the mountain -- Turkey in the straw -- The Wabash Cannon Ball -- When Johnny comes marching home -- When the saints go marching in -- Worried man blues -- Yankee Doodle -- The yellow rose of Texas.
Subject: Banjo music.
Folk songs, English > United States.
Amazing grace / Traditional American melody; text by Rev. John Newton.
The Arkansas traveler / Traditional.
Beautiful brown eyes / Traditional.
The blue tail fly / Traditional.
Buffalo gals / Traditional.
Carry me back to old Virginny / James A. Bland.
Comin' thro' the rye / Robert Burns.
Crawdad song / Traditional.
Dixie / Bob Dylan.
Down by the riverside / Traditional.
Down in the valley / Solomon Burke and Bert Berns.
Freight train / Elizabeth Cotten.
Old time religion / Traditional.
Good night, ladies / Words by E.P. Christy; traditional music.
Hail! hail! the gang's all here / Words by D.A. Esrom; music by Theodore F. Morse and Sir Arthur Sullivan.
Home on the range / Lyrics by Dr. Brewster Higley; music by Dan Kelly.
Home sweet home / Traditional.
I've been working on the railroad / Traditional American Folksong.
In the good old summertime / Words by Ren Shields; music by George Evans.
Battle hymn of the republic / Words by Julia Ward Howe; music by William Steffe.
John Henry / Traditional.
Kumbaya / Traditional.
Little brown jug / Joseph E. Winner.
Man of constant sorrow / Traditional.
Michael, row the boat ashore / Traditional.
The midnight special / Traditional.
My old Kentucky home, good night / Stephen C. Foster.
Nobody knows the trouble I've seen / Traditional.
Oh Susanna / Tradtional.
Old folks at home / Stephen Collins Foster.
The old gray mare / J. Warner.
Red River Valley / Traditional.
She'll be comin' round the mountain / Traditional.
King kong kitchie kitchie ki-me-o / Traditional.
Wabash cannonball / A. P. Carter.
Johnny I hardly knew you / Traditional.
When the saints go marching in / Traditional.
Worried man blues / Traditional.
Yankee doodle / Traditional.
The yellow rose of Texas / J. K. ; adapted by Don George.

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