American Banjo: Three-Finger and Scruggs Style

trans. by Steve Garner
sku: 02-97307
A tour through the history of three finger style banjo playing. The tablature in this book represents a musical picture of the early evolution of this type of banjo playing during the 1940's and 1950's. Transcribed from the original Smithsonian/Folkways recording recorded on location in 1956 by Mike Seeger. Beginning/intermediate. Spiralbound, 80 pp.   More Details...
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  • Big Eared Mule
  • Bucky Mule
  • Bugle Call Rag
  • Cackling Hen
  • Careless Love
  • Chicken Reel
  • Cindy
  • Cotton Eyed Joe
  • Cripple Creek
  • Cumberland Gap
  • Dear Old Dixie
  • Don't Let Your Deal Go Down
  • Down the Road
  • Ground Hog
  • Hard Ain't it Hard
  • Hey, Mr. Banjo
  • Home, Sweet Home
  • I Don't Love Nobody
  • Irish Washerwoman
  • Jenny Lynn
  • Jesse James
  • John Henry
  • Kansas City Kitty
  • Little Maggie
  • Little Pal
  • Lliza Jane
  • Lonesome Road Blues
  • Pig in a Pen
  • Rosewood Casket
  • Ruben's Train
  • Sallly Goodin
  • Sally Ann
  • Shortening Bread
  • Spanish Fandango
  • Take Me Back to the Sweet Sunny South
  • Train 45
  • Turkey in the Straw
  • Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star
  • Under the Double Eagle (backup only)
  • Wildwood Flower