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Irish Songs for Tin Whistle
Irish Songs for Tin Whistle
Irish Songs for Tin Whistle

Irish Songs for Tin Whistle

Product ID : 25409974
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Galleon Product ID 25409974
UPC / ISBN 1542422817
Shipping Weight 0.62 lbs
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Binding: Paperback
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Shipping Dimension 10.79 x 8.27 x 0.39 inches
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Author Thomas Balinger
Number Of Pages 118
Publication Date 2017-01-08

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About Irish Songs For Tin Whistle

Thomas Balinger Irish Songs for tin whistle In this book you’ll find some of the most beautiful Irish melodies for tin whistle in D. These songs stem from a long and rich musical tradition meaning there are quite a few variants of both lyrics and melodies. All songs have been arranged for the beginning to intermediate player. To facilitate playing I added tin whistle tablature to the standard notation. This handy form of graphical notation shows you exactly how to play every note–reading music not required. Chord symbols are added to all songs so you can play them together with others. You’ll find the chord diagrams for guitar where you need them–right next to each song. In the appendix, there’s a fingering chart for tin whistle as well as the basic guitar chords and a selection of picking and strumming patterns. Songs 1.A bunch of thyme 2.All for me grog 3.Banna Strand 4.Boolavogue 5.Botany Bay 6.Brennan on the moor 7.Carrickfergus 8.Courtin’ in the kitchen 9.Danny Boy 10.Down by the Glenside 11.Do you want your old lobby washed down? 12.Finnegans Wake 13.I’ll tell me Ma 14.I never will marry 15.I once loved a lass 16.James Connolly 17.Molly Malone 18.Never wed an old man 19.New York girls 20.Poor Paddy works on the railroad 21.Reillys daughter 22.She moved through the fair 23.Skibbereen 24.Spancil Hill 25.The auld orange flute 26.The bard of Armagh 27.The black velvet band 28.The cliffs of Dooneen 29.The flower of sweet Strabane 30.The foggy dew 31.The hills of Connemara 32.The hills of Kerry 33.The humour is on me now 34.The humour is on me now 35.The jolly beggarman 36.The last rose of summer 37.The Lowlands low 38.The mermaid 39.The merry ploughboy 40.The Minstrel Boy 41.The moonshiner 42.The mountains of Mourne 43.The nightingale 44.The rising of the moon 45.The rose of Mooncoin 46.The Sally Gardens 47.The snowy-breasted pearl 48.The Spanish lady 49.The star of the county down 50.The wearing of the green 51.The wild rover 52.Three drunken maidens 53.Three score and ten 54.Waxies’ Dargle 55.Whiskey in the jar