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Blues, Rags & Hot Fiddle Tunes


Contains solos that will challenge intermediate and advanced fingerstyle guitarists.
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RefNr: SG98514BCD
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Written by: Stefan Grossman

Format: Transcription (TAB) Medium: Book/CD
Series: Stefan Grossman Guitar Workshop - AudioPublisher: Grossman's Guitar Workshop
Genre: * | Fiddle Tunes - General | * | Blues - Instrumental | * | Ragtime - General | * | Fingerstyle - Blues | * | Flatpicking - General |

Contains solos that will challenge intermediate and advanced fingerstyle guitarists. These arrangements show the broad musical textures, fingerstyle techniques, and styles available to fingerstyle guitarists. Right hand rhythmic patterns, counterpoint lines, single-string runs, and alternating bass techniques are used throughout the arrangements. Many of the tunes are Stefan's original compositions, however, the arrangements of music by Big Bill Broonzy, Reverend Gary Davis and other fingerstyle guitar gurus are showcased. All of these arrangements are presented in standard notation and tab. A thorough explanation on how to read tab is included in this text. An essay by Dale Miller in Stefan Grossman's colossal role in world of fingerstyle guitar is included in this text. This book comes with three CD's which contain performances of these arrangements. Fingerstyle guitarists will enjoy playing and listening to these challenging, but workable, arrangements.

Contains solos that will challenge intermediate and advanced fingerstyle guitarists. These arrangements show the broad musical textures, fingerstyle techniques, and styles available to fingerstyle guitarists. Right hand rhythmic patterns, counterpoint lines, single-string runs, and alternating bass techniques are used throughout the arrangements. Many of the tunes are Stefan's original compositions, however, the arrangements of music by Big Bill Broonzy, Reverend Gary Davis and other fingerstyle guitar gurus are showcased. All of these arrangements are presented in standard notation and tab. A thorough explanation on how to read tab is included in this text. An essay by Dale Miller in Stefan Grossman's colossal role in world of fingerstyle guitar is included in this text. This book comes with three CD's which contain performances of these arrangements. Fingerstyle guitarists will enjoy playing and listening to these challenging, but workable, arrangements.

Contents:
Cincinnati Flow Rag Rev. Gary Davis
Katz Rag Stefan Grossman
Lemon's Jump Stefan Grossman
New York City Rag Stefan Grossman
Religious Trainfare Blues (A Heart Much Obliged) Stefan Grossman
Slow Blues In C Stefan Grossman
Hot Dogs Arranged By Stefan Grossman
Yazoo Basin Boogie Stefan Grossman
Boys, My Money's All Gone Arranged By Dave Laibman
Diddie Wa Diddie Blind Blake; Arranged By Stefan Grossman
Glory Of Love Billy Hill
Buck Dance Rev. Gary Davis
Dallas Rag Arranged By Dave Laibman
Black Mountain Rag Arranged By Stefan Grossman
Colored Aristocracy Arranged By Dave Laibman
Shuffle Rag Big Bill Broonzy
Twelve Sticks Rev. Gary Davis

Songs - Compositions - Recordings
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ArtistSongVersion
Blind Blake Diddie Wa Diddie -
Big Bill Broonzy Shuffle Rag -
Rev Gary Davis Buck Dance -
Rev Gary Davis Cincinnati Flow Rag -
Rev Gary Davis Twelve Sticks -
Stefan Grossman Black Mountain Rag -
Stefan Grossman Katz Rag -
Stefan Grossman Lemon's Jump -
Stefan Grossman New York City Rag -
Stefan Grossman Religious Trainfare Blues (A Heart Much Obliged) -
Stefan Grossman Slow Blues In C -
Stefan Grossman Yazoo Basin Boogie -
Billy Hill Glory Of Love -
Blind Lemon Jefferson Hot Dogs -
David Laibman Boys, My Money's All Gone -
David Laibman Colored Aristocracy -
David Laibman Dallas Rag -

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