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Irish Traditional Guitar Accompaniment

INSTRUMENT GROUP: Guitar
COMPOSER: Gavin Ralston
PUBLISHER: Waltons Irish Music
PRODUCT TYPE: Book and CD
Learn the exciting new accompaniment styles used by today's great players from Steve Cooney to Arty McGlynn. Featuring alternative chord shapes, bass melodies, bass runs, scratching, flamenco rolls and much more. Most songs are described in standard notation with chord shapes to indicate fingering;
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Instrument Group Guitar
Composer Gavin Ralston
Publisher Waltons Irish Music
Instrumentation Guitar
Product Type Book and CD
Genre Folk British Isles
Style Irish
ISBN 9781857201000
No. Pages 96
No. WN10857
Description
Learn the exciting new accompaniment styles used by today's great players from Steve Cooney to Arty McGlynn. Featuring alternative chord shapes, bass melodies, bass runs, scratching, flamenco rolls and much more. Most songs are described in standard notation with chord shapes to indicate fingering; some songs also have guitar tablature to help the acompaniment. Includes CD with demonstrations.
Songlist
  • 1. And This Is My Beloved (Kismet)
  • 2. Another Suitcase In Another Hall (Evita)
  • 3. Goodnight, My Someone (The Music Man)
  • 4. How Lovely To Be A Woman (Bye Bye Birdie)
  • 5. I Could Be Happy With You (The Boy Friend)
  • 6. I Could Have Danced All Night (My Fair Lady)
  • 7. I Have Dreamed (The King And I)
  • 8. I Loved You Once In Silence (Camelot)
  • 9. If I Loved You (Carousel)
  • 10. I'll Know (Guys And Dolls)
  • 11. In My Life (Les Miserables)
  • 12. In My Own Little Corner (Cinderella)
  • 13. Is IT Really Me? (110 Degrees In The Shade)
  • 14. It Wonders Me (Plain And Fancy)
  • 15. Lovely (A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum)
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