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Americana Classics - Strum Together

for Ukulele, Baritone Ukulele, Guitar, Banjo & Mandolin

By Various

Banjo, Guitar, Mandolin, Ukulele, Baritone Ukulele
For Ukulele, Baritone Ukulele, Guitar, Banjo & Mandolin. Composed by Various. Strum Together. Americana, Folk. Softcover. 144 pages. Published by Hal Leonard (HL.121922).

Item Number: HL.121922

ISBN 1480353639. 9x12 inches.

The Strum Together series enables players of five different instruments – or any combination of them – to “strum together” on 68 great songs. This new, easy-to-use format features melody, lyrics, and chord diagrams for five popular folk instruments: standard ukulele, baritone ukulele, guitar, mandolin, and banjo. This collection includes 68 classic Americana standards and traditional folksongs featuring: Blowin' in the Wind • City of New Orleans • Down to the River to Pray • The Erie Canal • Folsom Prison Blues • Gentle on My Mind • Hey, Good Lookin' • House of the Rising Sun • I Am a Man of Constant Sorrow • Keep on the Sunny Side • King of the Road • Leaving on a Jet Plane • The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down • The Red River Valley • Sixteen Tons • Take Me Home, Country Roads • Tennessee Waltz • This Land Is Your Land • Wade in the Water • You Are My Sunshine • and many more.

  • River 
  • Early In The Morning 
  • Swing Low, Sweet Chariot 
  • Lonesome Valley 
  • The Wabash Cannon Ball 
  • On The Road Again 
  • Angels From Montgomery 
  • Worried Man Blues 
  • My Home's Across The Blue Ridge Mountains 
  • Keep On The Sunny Side 
  • Water Is Wide 
  • Pack Up Your Sorrows 
  • Amazing Grace 
  • Miss The Mississippi And You 
  • Wabash Blues 
  • Wade In The Water 
  • I Am A Man Of Constant Sorrow 
  • Follow The Drinkin' Gourd 
  • Down To The River To Pray 
  • The Red River Valley 
  • Rock Island Line 
  • This Train 
  • I'll Fly Away 
  • Blowin' In The Wind 
  • Shady Grove 
  • The Crawdad Song 
  • The Erie Canal 
  • House Of The Rising Sun 
  • Joshua (Fit The Battle Of Jericho) 
  • Hesitation Blues 
  • Mr. Bojangles 
  • Midnight Special 
  • Shenandoah 
  • Rocky Top 
  • Chug-A-Lug 
  • Cindy 
  • Don't Think Twice, It's All Right 
  • Wagon Wheel 
  • Dust In The Wind 
  • Will The Circle Be Unbroken 
  • Freight Train 
  • Five Hundred Miles 
  • Folsom Prison Blues 
  • Garden Song 
  • Gentle On My Mind 
  • Goodnight, Irene 
  • Hey, Good Lookin' 
  • I Walk The Line 
  • If I Had A Hammer (The Hammer Song) 
  • In The Jailhouse Now 
  • King Of The Road 
  • Leaving On A Jet Plane 
  • The Long Black Veil 
  • My Heroes Have Always Been Cowboys 
  • Oh Mary Don't You Weep 
  • Old Dan Tucker 
  • Sixteen Tons 
  • So Long It's Been Good To Know Yuh (Dusty Old Dust) 
  • Take Me Home, Country Roads 
  • Tennessee Waltz 
  • This Land Is Your Land 
  • Tennessee Stud 
  • You Are My Sunshine 
  • The Weight 
  • City Of New Orleans 
  • Jambalaya (On The Bayou) 
  • The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down 
  • Turn! Turn! Turn! (To Everything There Is A Season) 
  • Ratings + Reviews

  • 3

    New York, NY
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  • January 01, 2019 Didn't have the song in the original key

    The book is generally quite good. The typeface is nice and big. It is very well laid out. The chord diagrams are in the left side and the pitches, lyrics, and chords are on the right side of the page. I really wanted it to see the melodic pitches to...

    "On the Road Again." The book was helpful for that. Under the title of the song, the book says "Words and Music by Willie Nelson." But Willie Nelson sings it in E major on his recording and in his live concerts. So why did Strum Together set it in C major? The song has a pretty wide vocal range (a perfect 11th). Perhaps the editors wanted to start the song lower so that singers wouldn't strain on the top notes? It's not to avoid playing a barre chord on the guitar. I would really have much preferred it if the editors had left the song in Willie Nelson's original key, allowing the performer to transpose the song as needed.

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  • 5

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  • June 20, 2017 GREAT Book!

    These "Strum Together" books are really the cream of the crop! The song selection is varied, and fun... truly something for everyone. Moreover, the lay out is perfect with the chord charts for all of the stringed instruments on the left side of the open book, and the song on...

    right side. I own both books in the series, and look forward to more from this author! I HIGHLY recommend these books!

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