Favorite 19th Century American Songs for Fingerstyle Guitar

by Glenn Weiser
$21.25
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Book with online audio. 47 favorite 19th century American songs arranged for fingerstyle guitar from Glenn Weiser's recent CD, My Old Kentucky Home. Here you'll find Stephen Foster's famous compositions and other parlor songs, African-American spirituals, Civil War anthems, familiar hymns and 1890s hits. These priceless legacies of our national heritage form much of the soundtrack of American history: Oh! Susanna was on the lips of every Forty-Niner during the California Gold Rush, Harriet Tubman sang Swing Low, Sweet Chariot on her deathbed, and Abraham Lincoln wept the first time he heard The Battle Hymn of the Replublic. Now guitarists can play these and many more in new, beautiful solo arrangements. Note/tab. 83 pp.   More Details...

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Songs:
  • After The Ball
  • Aloha Oe
  • The Band Played On
  • The Battle Cry Of Freedom
  • The Battle Hymn Of The Republic
  • The Blue Tail Fly
  • Camptown Races
  • Carry Me Back To Old Virginny
  • Daisy Bell (Bicycle Built For Two)
  • Darling Nellie Gray
  • Deep River
  • Dixie
  • Follow The Drinking Gourd
  • Gentle Annie
  • Go Down Moses
  • Hard Times, Come Again No More
  • Home On The Range
  • Home, Sweet Home
  • Jeanie With The Light Brown Hair
  • Joshua Fought The Battle Of Jericho
  • Keep Your Hands On The Plow
  • Kingdom Coming
  • Listen To The Mockingbird
  • Lorena
  • The Man On The Flying Trapeze
  • Marching Through Georgia
  • Massa's In De Cold Ground
  • My Grandfather's Clock
  • My Old Kentucky Home, Good Night
  • Oh! Dem Golden Slippers
  • Oh! Susanna
  • Old Black Joe
  • Old Folks At Home
  • Old Uncle Ned
  • Ring De Banjo
  • The Rose Of Alabama
  • The Sidewalks Of New York
  • Simple Gifts
  • The Star-Spangled Banner
  • Sweet Hour Of Prayer
  • Swing Low, Sweet Chariot
  • Tenting Tonight
  • There Is A Tavern In The Town
  • Tramp! Tramp! Tramp!
  • The Wayfaring Stranger
  • What A Friend We Have In Jesus
  • When You And I Were Young, Maggie