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Steve Kaufman: Band In A Book: Bluegrass Vocals

Introduction to the Band in a Book
Understanding the Tablature
Banjo Chords and Tips
Guitar Chords and Tips
Mandolin Chords and Tips
Performance Notes
Banks of the Ohio
Footprints in the Snow (Banjo, Lead Guitar, and Rhythm Guitar)
Footprints in the Snow (Mandolin/ Fiddle and Bass)
John Hardy
John Henry
That Lonesome Road
That Lonesome Road
New River Train (Banjo, Lead Guitar, and Rhythm Guitar)
New River Train (Mandolin/ Fiddle and Bass)
Roll On Buddy, Roll On (Banjo, Lead Guitar, and Rhythm Guitar)
Roll On Buddy, Roll On (Mandolin/ Fiddle and Bass)
Sitting On Top of the World
Tom Dooley
Way Downtown (Banjo, Lead Guitar, and Rhythm Guitar)
Way Downtown (Mandolin/ Fiddle and Bass)
Worried Man Blues (Banjo, Lead Guitar, and Rhythm Guitar)
Worried Man Blues (Mandolin/ Fiddle and Bass)
Steve Kaufman's Instructional Materials
Steve Kaufman's Listening Materials
Some of Steve's Goodies
About the Author

The idea here is to help coordinate the pickers so you all have solos to play and they can be played in the same key. What a concept - a "Band in the Book". Within these pages you will find solos for the entire band: lead guitar, rhythm guitar, banjo, mandolin, fiddle and bass. The mandolin and fiddle share the same tunings so their solos are just written once for both. If you are just starting out and you are having difficulty-finding solos for your level - look no more. These solos are written for the beginner level student assuming you can already play a few simple solos or lead breaks. This series will help you to learn solos on multiple instruments, help organize ensemble play, help develop a steady sense of timing and give you hours of enjoyment as well.

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