MEL BAY COMPLETE BLUEGRASS BANJO METHOD BOOK & CD LEARN TO PLAY NOW BLUE GRASS

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MEL BAY
COMPLETE BLUEGRASS BANJO METHOD
BOOK AND CD

Mel Bay s Complete Bluegrass Banjo Method is arguably the very best G tuning five-string bluegrass banjo methods available on the planet.

Tens of Thousands of Bluegrass Banjo Players the World over got their start with this book.

Mel Bay s Complete Bluegrass Banjo Method teaches you how to pick out tunes single-string style (one note at a time), how to play chord accompaniments as well as how to play solos in the full three-finger, bluegrass style.

Topics include note and tab reading, chord background styles, traditional bluegrass techniques, fills and endings, use of the capo, rolls, slides, hammers, pull-offs, choking, harmonics, and up-the-neck playing. In notation and tablature.

If you are not, or are unable to take regular instruction from a Banjo Teacher and you feel that you need extra help, any competent Guitar Teacher will understand the material in this book and should be able to help you to understand the aspects of the instrument that cause you trouble.

This edition of Mel Bay s Complete Bluegrass Banjo Method also includes an Audio CD. The stereo recording includes acoustic bass, acoustic guitar, and a rhythm track as well as the 5-string banjo. All songs and most exercises are included in this teaching recording, performed at a tempo that the student should be able to maintain in short order.

SONG LIST

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Old Time Religion
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Backing Up
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Frog Pond
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Pickin Around
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Ballad Of Jesse James
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Georgia Gallop
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Pickin On The Old Banjo
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Banjo Blues
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Good Night Ladies
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Pickin Trip
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Battle Hymn Of The Republic
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Grandfather s Clock
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Red River Valley
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Bicentennial Breakdown
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Hand Me Down My Walking Cane
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Salty Dog
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Big Dipper
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Hard And It s Hard
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She ll Be Coming Round The Mountain
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Bile Dem Cabbage Down
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Hay Stack
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Shoo Fly
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Bill Bailey
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Home Sweet Home
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Skip To My Lou
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Black Eyed Susie
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I Wish I Was Single Again
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St. Anne s Reel
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Blue Mountain Train
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I ve Got Peace Like A River
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Stockade Blues
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Bluegrass Joe
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John Hardy
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The Banks Of The Ohio
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Buffalo Gals
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John Henry
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The Bugle-call Pinch
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Bully Of The Town
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Lean On Jesus
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The Er-i-e Canal
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Li l Liza Jane
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The Lonesome Road
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Careless Love
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Little Brown Jug
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The Yellow Rose Texas
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Carry Me Back To Old Virginia
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Londonderry Air
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This Train
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Catfish Creek
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Mama Don t Low
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Under The Double Eagle
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Chime Time
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Merrily We Pick Along
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Wabash Cannonball
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Chimes
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Moving On
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When The Saints Go Marching In
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Cindy
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Nine Pound Hammer
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Wildwood Flower
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Come And Go With Me
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Nuegrass
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Will The Circle Be Unbroken?
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County Line
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Oh My Darling, Clementine
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Worried Man Blues
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Cripple Creek
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Oh Susanna
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Wreck Of The Old 97
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Old Dan Tucker
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Yankee Doodle
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Fiesta
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Frankie & Johnny
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Old Macdonald

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