Various - The Time-Life Treasury Of Bluegrass (America's Music) FLAC album
Christmas music lovers, you've found your collection. Some may find the collection to contain too much Bing, but I personally think that's an asset-rather than a liability.
The traditional and folk music here is categorised into various sections such as: Bluegrass, Old-time(Oldtimey), Old Country music, Carter Family, Cowboy songs, Jazz, Blues, Christian music - Country Gospel, Worship, Old-time Hymns, Spirituals, Christmas Music, Celtic - Irish & Scottish, Ballads, Blues, Session Tunes, Children's Songs etc. Tablature for Guitar & mandolin, Singing lessons, Song writing, Chord Charts for piano, guitar, mandolin & banjo. Downloadable PDF scores to print sheet music and MIDI backing tracks for many of the songs.
The Time-Life Treasury of Christmas was produced by Time-Life Music in cooperation with RCA/Ariola International. Other Versions (5 of 5) View All. Cat.
Bluegrass music is a genre of American roots music that developed in the 1940s in the United States Appalachian region. The genre derives its name from the band Bill Monroe and the Blue Grass Boys. Bluegrass has roots in traditional English, Irish, and Scottish ballads and dance tunes, and by traditional African-American blues and jazz.
Roots music is a broad category of music including bluegrass, country music, gospel, old time music, jug bands, Appalachian folk, blues, Cajun and Native American music. Various Oklahoma music traditions trace their roots to the British Isles, including cowboy ballads, western swing, and contemporary country and western. Mexican immigrants began to reach Oklahoma in the 1870s, bringing beautiful canciones and corridos love songs, waltzes, and ballads along with them. The American Song Treasury, Dover Publications (1986). a b c "Folk Songs and Ballads", American Roots Music, PBS. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n Encyclopedia of Oklahoma History and Culture - Folk Music.
Various Artists 28-09-2004. Ukupno trajanje:5 h 01 min. 01. Soldier's Joy. Gid Tanner & His Skillet Lickers. Can't You Hear Me Callin' - Bluegrass: 80 Years Of American Music. Tekstopisac: Traditional, Kompozitori: Traditional.
Country Music The Best Bluegrass Songs of All Time. Bluegrass is an American roots music that is a subset of country music. With roots primarily in Appalachia, this style dates back to the 1800s, with many of the songs being used for Minstrel shows and often referred to as a mix between blues and jazz music. It reflects the hardships of living in rural Appalachia and the everyday life people live there. Many of these songs are just a snippet of amazing bluegrass albums by amazing artists, so be sure to check out the greatest bluegrass albums as well. What are the best bluegrass songs of all time? It's time to decide. This list is votable and rerankable.
Well-known composer, performer, bluegrass and five-string banjo specialist Janet Davis has arranged this fantastic book of Christmas songs for five-string banjo. Selections include material for various levels of ability and offer wide variety of songs for the holiday season. Tablature only with lyrics for each song. The companion audio is included for download online. A Celtic Flute Christmas is a treasury of 24 Irish, Scottish, Welsh and English holiday carolssuitable for Irish style flute in D. Simple duets for two flutes, a round for three, and arrangements for solo flute with guitar chords are all printed on a large, easy to read staff and lavishly adorned with Celtic calligraphy. The various back-up techniques are separated into categories determined by song tempo, by lead instrument being accompanied, and by the area of the fingerboard in which the chords are being played. In notation and tablature.
|1-1||–Lester Flatt And Earl Scruggs*||Roll In My Sweet Baby's Arms|
|1-2||–Ralph Stanley||Man Of Constant Sorrow|
|1-3||–Jim And Jesse*||Are You Missing Me|
|1-4||–The Stanley Brothers||How Mountain Girls Can Love|
|1-5||–Bill Monroe||In The Pines|
|1-6||–The Osborne Brothers And Red Allen||Once More|
|1-7||–Mac Wiseman||Love Letters In The Sand|
|1-8||–Ralph Stanley||Pretty Polly|
|1-9||–The Stonemans||Shady Grove|
|1-10||–The Johnson Mountain Boys||Duncan And Brady (He's Been On The Job Too Long)|
|1-11||–Eric Weissberg And Steve Mandell||Dueling Banjos|
|1-12||–Reno And Smiley||I Know You Are Married|
|2-1||–The Stanley Brothers||Rank Strangers|
|2-2||–Ricky Skaggs||Little Cabin Home On The Hill|
|2-3||–The Seldom Scene||Rider|
|2-4||–Jimmy Martin||Hit Parade Of Love|
|2-5||–Reno And Smiley||Don't Let Your Sweet Love Die|
|2-7||–Jim Eanes||I Wouldn't Change You If I Could|
|2-8||–The Bluegrass Album Band*||On The Way Back To The Old Home|
|2-10||–Lester Flatt And Earl Scruggs*||Cabin On The Hill|
|2-11||–The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band*||Will The Circle Be Unbroken|
|2-12||–The Cox Family||When God Dips His Love In My Heart|
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