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Fingerpicking Country

By Various

Solo Guitar Guitar
By Various. Guitar Solo. Country, Fingerstyle. With guitar tablature. 48 pages. Published by Hal Leonard (HL.699687).

Item Number: HL.699687

ISBN 9780634093418. 9.0x12.0x0.129 inches.

17 songs arranged for solo guitar in standard notation and tablature: Always on My Mind • Crazy • Green Green Grass of Home • He Stopped Loving Her Today • I Walk the Line • King of the Road • Tennessee Waltz • Your Cheatin' Heart • and more.

  • Crazy 
  • By The Time I Get To Phoenix 
  • Green Green Grass Of Home 
  • Have I Told You Lately That I Love You 
  • He Stopped Loving Her Today 
  • He'll Have To Go 
  • King Of The Road 
  • Make The World Go Away 
  • Oh, Lonesome Me 
  • Tennessee Waltz 
  • You Are My Sunshine 
  • Could I Have This Dance 
  • I Walk The Line 
  • I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry 
  • Your Cheatin' Heart 
  • Always On My Mind 
  • Blue Eyes Crying In The Rain 

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  • 3

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  • August 08, 2018 Requires adaptation

    [Note: This is my second comment about this book.]Singers who are not tenors or sopranos will have to sing most of the songs an octave lower than written. Guitar notation is an octave lower than for piano, so women can sing the notes as sounded on the guitar. Men...

    will need to sing an octave lower than that. In that case, the lowest note is often the G in the second octave below middle C (i.e., 6th string, 3rd fret), but some go down to E (6th string, open). A couple go down to D, in which a capo can be used. Alternatively, those 2 could be sung as written (for guitar), but would then be noticeably higher than the pitch at which they are usually sung.

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  • August 06, 2018 Impractical for singers

    The keys are apparently selected solely for ease of fingerpicking. The vocal notes are beyond the range of most singers. Most of the songs go to up the G above middle C (for the male voice), and even to the A. One goes down to the D almost 2 octaves...

    below middle C. At least you can use a capo for that one.

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  • 5

    West Virginia
    Difficulty Level:
    Early intermediate
  • April 08, 2010 Great Book !!

    Vey happy with the material in this book clear,well written true to the orignal tunes.Makes me want to practice !

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  • 5

    Sussex, England
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  • April 25, 2008 Excellent choice for an intermediate player

    Delighted with this book which provides uncomplicated finger style arrangements of a good selection of well known tunes, I have been playing acoustic guitar for 4 years and experienced no difficulty with these arrangements,

    26 of 47 people found this review helpful.
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