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Why Should The Fire Die? by Nickel Creek. Hal Leonard Transcribed Scores. Note-for-note transcriptions for all the parts from this bluegrass band's 2005 release. Features all 14 tracks, including: Doubting Thomas, Eveline, Why Should the Fire Die, and more. Bluegrass and Contemporary Country. Difficulty: difficult. Songbook. 144 pages. Published by Hal Leonard (HL.672545).
ISBN 1423402332. Bluegrass and Contemporary Country. 9x12 inches.
Note-for-note transcriptions for all the parts from this bluegrass band's 2005 release. Features all 14 tracks, including: Doubting Thomas • Eveline • Helena • Scotch & Chocolate • When in Rome • Why Should the Fire Die? • and more.
About Hal Leonard Transcribed Scores
Transcribed Scores are vocal and instrumental arrangements of music from some of the greatest groups in music. These excellent publications feature transcribed parts for lead vocals, backup vocals, lead guitar, rhythm guitar, bass, drums, and all of the various instruments used in each specific recording session. All songs are arranged exactly the way the artists recorded them.
- Tomorrow Is A Long Time
- Best Of Luck
- Can't Complain
- Doubting Thomas
- First And Last Waltz
- Jealous Of The Moon
- Scotch And Chocolate
- Somebody More Like You
- When In Rome
- Why Should The Fire Die?
Why Should The Fire Die?
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