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Homespun APPALACHIAN MANDOLIN & DULCIMER BOOK/CD
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Butch Baldassari's Appalachian Mandolin features music and guitar tablature for 14 traditional Appalachian songs and dances as played by Butch Baldas...Click To Read More About This Product
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14 traditional Appalachian songs on mandolin.
Butch Baldassari's Appalachian Mandolin features music and guitar tablature for 14 traditional Appalachian songs and dances as played by Butch Baldassari. Accompanying the book is a CD with beautifully played performances of each tune by Butch and the late dulcimer master, David Schnaufer.
Level 1: Novice-No prior experience on your instrument is necessary. The instructor starts with the assumption that this is your very first lesson.
- Ground Hog
- June Apple
- Muddy Roads
- Tater Patch
- Sandy River Belle
- Black Mountain Rag
- Wayfaring Stranger
- Drunken Hiccups
- Wild Rose of the Mountain
- Cheep Mountain
- Flop Eared Mule
- Cold Frosty Morning
- Pretty Saro
- ISBN: 1597732559
- Size: 8" x 11"
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Comments about Homespun APPALACHIAN MANDOLIN & DULCIMER BOOK/CD:
I would rate the product much higher if it was not represented as beginner material. This is not entry level material and is at best solid internediate material. Butch is also doing some songs on octive mandolin as well as usiing different tunings. Not stuff for the beginner.
The CD is on my Ipod and i really enjoy many of the songs.
Mandolin in standard notation as well as tab. Dulcimer tab is not included.
Well produced CD which is performance, not instrutional. Spral bound music book.
Could be cheaper for a CD and music only book but the price is comparable to other such products.