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New Star-Spangled Titles for Band
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I’ll Be Seeing You : 51 Songs of World War Two
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Title: Acoustic Guitar Method 1, The (Bk/Cd)
Publisher: Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Composer: Hamburger, David
Catalog #: 00695648
We're proud to present the first in a series of beginning method books that us es traditional American music to teach authentic techniques and songs. From th e folk, blues and old-time music of yesterday have come the rock, country and jazz of today. Now you can begin understanding, playing and enjoying these ess ential traditions and styles on the instrument that truly represents American music: the acoustic guitar. Working in both tablature and standard notation, y ou'll learn how to find notes on the fingerboard, a variety of basic chords an d strums, country backup basics, waltz time, and melodies with half notes and rests. When you're done with this method series, you'll know dozens of the tun es that form the backbone of American music and be able to play them using a v ariety of flatpickin
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