Folk Songs for Solo Guitar
36 Celtic Fiddle Tunes, Airs & Folk Songs
by Glenn Weiser
Acoustic Guitar - Sheet Music

Item Number: 2989482
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36 Celtic Fiddle Tunes, Airs & Folk Songs. Arranged by Glenn Weiser. Guitar Solo. Celtic and Folk. Softcover guitar solo book and examples CD. With standard guitar notation, guitar tablature and introductory text. 64 pages. Published by Cherry Lane Music (HL.2502168).

ISBN 9780895249319. UPC: 073999147568. 9x12 inches. Arranged by Glenn Weiser.

This collection of traditional Celtic fiddle tunes arranged for solo guitar comes complete with standard notation, tablature, explanations of how to read and play the pieces, and introductory notes for each tune. The accompanying recording, by noted fingerstylist Jeff Ausfahl, will serve as an insightful guide to your interpretations of these pieces, and also provides for a great listening experience. Songs include: The Ash Grove * Danny Boy * The Irish Washerwoman * The Red Haired Boy * Rose in the Heather * Sailors Hornpipe * Saint Anne's Reel * Scotland the Brave * The Skye Boat Song * The Star of the County Down * and more.

  • Gary Owen
  • Arkansas Traveler
  • The Ash Grove
  • Danny Boy (Londonderry Air)
  • Devil's Dream
  • Drink to Me Only With Thine Eyes
  • The Irish Washerwoman
  • Minstrel Boy
  • O My Love Is Like A Red, Red Rose
  • Oh, Them Golden Slippers
  • Scotland The Brave (Tunes Of Glory)
  • Sailors Hornpipe
  • The Skye Boat Song
  • Soldier's Joy
  • Turkey In The Straw
  • Redwing
  • Rosin The Bow
  • Saint Anne's Reel
  • Over The Waterfall
  • Paddy On The Turnpike
  • Rose In The Heather
  • The Boys Of Bluehill
  • Flowers of Edinburgh
  • Liberty
  • Swallowtail Reel
  • The Star Of The County Down
  • The Year Of Jubilo (Kingdom Coming)
  • Miss Mc Cleod's Reel
  • The Red Haired Boy
  • Fisher's Hornpipe
  • Ragtime Annie
  • Mississippi Sawyer
  • Miller's Reel
  • Banish Misfortune
  • Haste to the Wedding
  • Rights Of Man