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Catalogue No: ED13569
ISMN: 979-0-2201-3429-6
Shop Product Code: 262291V
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ISBN: 978-1-84761-327-1
English Folk Tunes for Ukulele (+ CD)

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Subtitle: 37 Traditional Pieces for Ukulele

Editor: Tribe, Colin

Series: Schott World Music

Department: Folk & World Instruments - Ukulele Songbooks

Publisher: Schott

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English Folk Tunes for Ukulele presents a collection of 37 pieces for solo fingerstyle ukulele playing.
Drawn from the rich tradition of English folk music with tunes covering a range of styles, including some popular, as well as lesser known pieces, experienced ukulele player and teacher Colin Tribe provides notes on all of the pieces, as well as technical aspects of the playing style.
This volume is accompanied by a CD with a recording of all tunes performed by Colin. German and French translations of all texts are available as pdf downloads from the Schott Music website.
Suitable for players of grades 3-8.
Part of the best selling World Music series, which also includes music from England, Ireland, Scotland, Eastern Europe, America, Argentina, India, China and Korea.
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Contents

As I Walked Forth Amazing Grace Blaydon Ryces Botany Bay Blow the Wind Southerly Early One Morning Blow the Man Down Dshing Away with the Smoothing Iron English Country Garden God Rest Ye Merry Gentleman Greenleeves Heart of Oak I Gave My Love a Cherry Johnny Todd Married to a Mermaid Morning Has Broken Newcastle O No, John Over the Hills and Far Away Raggle Taggle Gypsy Sam Hall When the Boat Comes In Scarborough Fair Spanish Ladies Stewball The British Grenadiers The Foggy Foggy Dew The Firl I Left Behind Me The Lass of Richmond Hill The Keel Row The Sailor's Honrpipe (in F) The Sailor's Hornpipe (in G) The Water is Wide The Lincolnshire Poacher We Wish You a Merry Christmas The Ploughboy A Young Sailor Cut Down in His Prime What Shall We Do With the Drunken Sailor