Bill Monroe

Monroe Instrumentals - 25 Bill Monroe Favorites

transcribed by Todd Collins
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Bill Monroe is commonly lauded as "the father of bluegrass music;" his tunes are standard repertoire and should be studied by any serious student of bluegrass. The transcriptions in this collection are taken from instrumentals recorded over a span of 40 years, the 1940s to the early 1980s. It functions as a "fake book" to study Monroe's style. The melodies were played by mandolin, fiddle, twin fiddles, or triple fiddles, and are grouped accordingly. The mandolin break is included with most of the fiddle parts. With discography. Note/tab. 103 pp.   More Details...

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  • Honky Tonk Swing
  • Bluegrass Stomp
  • Blue Grass Breakdown
  • Raw Hide
  • Go (Come) Hither to Go Yonder
  • Right, Right On
  • Old Dangerfield
  • Evening Prayer Blues
  • Old Ebenezer Scrooge
  • Big Mon
  • Cheyenne
  • Jerusalem Ridge
  • Ashland Breakdown
  • Big Sandy River
  • Monroe's Hornpipe
  • Road to Columbus
  • Mississippi Waltz
  • Stoney Lonesome
  • Panhandle Country
  • The Dead March
  • Scotland
  • Jenny Lynn
  • Brown County Breakdown
  • Tall Timber
  • Lonesome Moonlight Waltz