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About this Item: University of London Press. Unknown Binding. Condition: Good. First Edition. Hardcover Edition. No dust jacket. Wear/marking to cover.No markings on music. Photograph available on request. Seller Inventory # mon0001208418

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About this Item: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform, United States, 2015. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. Author s Note Through years of research I ve collected over 400 two-chord songs. This collection represents the cream of the crop; 157 songs in a single volume. Why two-chord songs? I spend a lot of time teaching people to play the ukulele, and two-chord songs are great for a lot of things: Introducing basic chord pairs Hammering the transition between those pairs Teaching chord relationships Training the ear to hear these relationships Gaining practice in transposing songs A feeling of accomplishment for beginners A jumping off point for intermediate players to begin embellishing chords A blank slate for advanced players to begin working on chord substitutions and arranging A safe place for players of all levels to jam So, whether you re new to the uke or a veteran player, this book is for you. Enjoy! TITAN M a.k.a. M. Ryan Taylor of Contents: Alphabetical A Poor Wayfaring Man of Grief Ah, Poor Bird Are Ye Sleeping Maggie? Arirang Black is the Color Black Socks Bluebird, Bluebird Bought me a Cat Bound for the Promised Land Bow Belinda Buffalo Gals Bury Me Not on the Lone Prairie By an By (I m Going to Lay Down this Heavy Load) By m Bye Chickalileo Clementine Cocky Robin Cotton Eye Joe Darling Cory Day-O (Banana Boat Song) Doney Gal Doodle Dandy Down by the Station Down in the Valley Drunken Sailor Fair Rosa Farmer in the Dell, The Fire Engines Four White Horses Freedom Train Ghost of John, The Go Down Moses Go Tell Aunt Rhody Good News Grand Old Duke of York, The Green Bushes Haul on the Bowlin Here s a Health He s Got the Whole World in His Hands Hurrah for the Cook Hush Little Baby Hushabye, Don t You Cry Hymn for Nations I Ride an Old Paint I Went to the Pictures Tomorrow I ll Sell My Hat I m Gonna Sing In Wisdom s Lovely Pleasant Ways Itsy Bitsy Spider I ve Been to Harlem I ve Got a Car, It s Made of Tin Jacob s Ladder Jerry John Henry John Kanaka Johnny Has Gone for a Soldier Joshua Fought the Battle of Jericho Joyful, Joyful, We Adore Thee Kaeru No Uta (Frog Song) Kookabura Land of the Silver Birch Let me Fly List to the Bells Little Birdie Little Johnny Brown Little Tom Tinker London Bridge Long, Long Ago Love Somebody Love will Find Out a Way Lukey s Boat Mactavish is Dead Make New Friends Mamalama Maria s Gone Mary and Martha Mary Ann Mary Golden Tree, The Mary Had a Little Lamb More We Get Together, The My Aunt Came Back My Bonny Boy My Horses Ain t Hungry My Paddle s Keen and Bright My Zuzette No More, My Lord Nobody Knows the Trouble I ve Seen Oats and Beans Ode to Joy Oh, How Lovely is the Evening Oh, Mary Don t You Weep Old Arks s A-Moverin Old Chisholm Trail, The Old Joe Clark Old Stewball Old, Old Shack One May Begin One, Two, Three Alairy Orchestra, The Palms of Victory Pay me my Money Down Peter Rabbit Polly Wolly Doodle Poor Little Kitty Cat Pretty Little Miss Railroad Corral, The Reuban and Rachel Rock of Ages Rock-a My Soul Rockin By the Baby Rocky Mountain Rosy Apple, Lemon and a Pear Row, Row, Row Your Boat Samba Lele Santy Anno Shady Grove Shalom Chaverim She Moved Through the Fair Shoheen Sho Shortnin Bread Simple Gifts Sing, Sing Together Sinner Man Skim, Skim, Skim Skin and Bones Skip to my Lou Sometimes I Feel Like a Motherless Child Sosban Fach: Little Pot Spanish Ladies Springfield Mountain Stewball Streets of Laredo, The Sweet Betsy from Pike Sweet Molly Malone Sweet Potatoes Telephone Song, The Ten Little Indians There was an Old Fellow Three Blind Mice Throw it Out the Window Time I ve Lost in Wooing, The Tom Dooley Train s Off the Track Trampin Ut Queant Laxis Wade in the Water Walking on the Green Grass Water is Wide, The We Thank Thee for Our Daily Bread Welcome Here When the Train Comes Along Where, Oh Where Has My Little Dog Gone? Who Did Swallow Jonah? Who s That? Wild Mountain Thyme, The Wondrous Love Yellow Rose of Texas, The. Seller Inventory # APC9781517532963

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About this Item: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform, United States, 2015. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.Author s Note Through years of research I ve collected over 400 two-chord songs. This collection represents the cream of the crop; 157 songs in a single volume. Why two-chord songs? I spend a lot of time teaching people to play the ukulele, and two-chord songs are great for a lot of things: Introducing basic chord pairs Hammering the transition between those pairs Teaching chord relationships Training the ear to hear these relationships Gaining practice in transposing songs A feeling of accomplishment for beginners A jumping off point for intermediate players to begin embellishing chords A blank slate for advanced players to begin working on chord substitutions and arranging A safe place for players of all levels to jam So, whether you re new to the uke or a veteran player, this book is for you. Enjoy! TITAN M a.k.a. M. Ryan Taylor of Contents: Alphabetical A Poor Wayfaring Man of Grief Ah, Poor Bird Are Ye Sleeping Maggie? Arirang Black is the Color Black Socks Bluebird, Bluebird Bought me a Cat Bound for the Promised Land Bow Belinda Buffalo Gals Bury Me Not on the Lone Prairie By an By (I m Going to Lay Down this Heavy Load) By m Bye Chickalileo Clementine Cocky Robin Cotton Eye Joe Darling Cory Day-O (Banana Boat Song) Doney Gal Doodle Dandy Down by the Station Down in the Valley Drunken Sailor Fair Rosa Farmer in the Dell, The Fire Engines Four White Horses Freedom Train Ghost of John, The Go Down Moses Go Tell Aunt Rhody Good News Grand Old Duke of York, The Green Bushes Haul on the Bowlin Here s a Health He s Got the Whole World in His Hands Hurrah for the Cook Hush Little Baby Hushabye, Don t You Cry Hymn for Nations I Ride an Old Paint I Went to the Pictures Tomorrow I ll Sell My Hat I m Gonna Sing In Wisdom s Lovely Pleasant Ways Itsy Bitsy Spider I ve Been to Harlem I ve Got a Car, It s Made of Tin Jacob s Ladder Jerry John Henry John Kanaka Johnny Has Gone for a Soldier Joshua Fought the Battle of Jericho Joyful, Joyful, We Adore Thee Kaeru No Uta (Frog Song) Kookabura Land of the Silver Birch Let me Fly List to the Bells Little Birdie Little Johnny Brown Little Tom Tinker London Bridge Long, Long Ago Love Somebody Love will Find Out a Way Lukey s Boat Mactavish is Dead Make New Friends Mamalama Maria s Gone Mary and Martha Mary Ann Mary Golden Tree, The Mary Had a Little Lamb More We Get Together, The My Aunt Came Back My Bonny Boy My Horses Ain t Hungry My Paddle s Keen and Bright My Zuzette No More, My Lord Nobody Knows the Trouble I ve Seen Oats and Beans Ode to Joy Oh, How Lovely is the Evening Oh, Mary Don t You Weep Old Arks s A-Moverin Old Chisholm Trail, The Old Joe Clark Old Stewball Old, Old Shack One May Begin One, Two, Three Alairy Orchestra, The Palms of Victory Pay me my Money Down Peter Rabbit Polly Wolly Doodle Poor Little Kitty Cat Pretty Little Miss Railroad Corral, The Reuban and Rachel Rock of Ages Rock-a My Soul Rockin By the Baby Rocky Mountain Rosy Apple, Lemon and a Pear Row, Row, Row Your Boat Samba Lele Santy Anno Shady Grove Shalom Chaverim She Moved Through the Fair Shoheen Sho Shortnin Bread Simple Gifts Sing, Sing Together Sinner Man Skim, Skim, Skim Skin and Bones Skip to my Lou Sometimes I Feel Like a Motherless Child Sosban Fach: Little Pot Spanish Ladies Springfield Mountain Stewball Streets of Laredo, The Sweet Betsy from Pike Sweet Molly Malone Sweet Potatoes Telephone Song, The Ten Little Indians There was an Old Fellow Three Blind Mice Throw it Out the Window Time I ve Lost in Wooing, The Tom Dooley Train s Off the Track Trampin Ut Queant Laxis Wade in the Water Walking on the Green Grass Water is Wide, The We Thank Thee for Our Daily Bread Welcome Here When the Train Comes Along Where, Oh Where Has My Little Dog Gone? Who Did Swallow Jonah? Who s That? Wild Mountain Thyme, The Wondrous Love Yellow Rose of Texas, The. Seller Inventory # APC9781517532963

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Smith, Jr. James Clois

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About this Item: Sunstone Press 10/10/2017, 2017. Paperback or Softback. Condition: New. Spanish American Music in New Mexico, the Wpa Era: Folk Songs, Dance Tunes, Singing Games, and Guitar Arrangements. Book. Seller Inventory # BBS-9781632931801

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Foreword by Jack Loeffler

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About this Item: Sunstone Press, 2018. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used! This item is printed on demand. Seller Inventory # 163293180X

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About this Item: Sunstone Press, United States, 2017. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English. Brand new Book. In 1933, newly elected President Franklin Delano Roosevelt summoned ideas that might allay the financial calamity that characterized the Great Depression of the 1930s. Among the myriad programs Roosevelt initiated was the WPA, the Works Progress Administration (later re-named the Work Projects Administration) that was created to provide meaningful work to the unemployed millions throughout America. Thanks to New Mexico Governor Clyde Tingley, a masterful politician who wended his way into Roosevelt's good graces, New Mexico became the recipient of a significant proportion of federal WPA funding that supported thousands of otherwise unemployed men and women. One of the great programs to emerge was in support of the arts, and many painters, writers and musicians were employed to pursue their respective art forms.Helen Chandler Ryan was appointed director of the Federal Music Project (FMP) in New Mexico that lasted from 1936 to 1943. In 1939, it was re-named the New Mexico Music Project, and by 1942, the name was changed yet again to War Services Program--Music Phase. The focus of this project was "music education, performance, and preserving of local musical heritage, especially Hispanic [Hispano] folk music." Under Ryan's direction and that of her co-administrators, musicians and folklorists collected songs and other material that otherwise might have been lost.The transcribed folk songs were mimeographed and distributed to teachers who taught both singers and instrumentalists who then presented the music in public performances. This music project not only funded fieldworkers, it also brought music to the people of the villages of New Mexico in a time when little else was available to lift the hearts of la gente.In this book, materials collected between 1936 and 1941 are assembled in five separate units. Units 1, 2, and 3 are comprised of a series of Hispano folk songs with transcribed melodies and English translations of lyrics. Unit 4 is a collection of thirty Hispano dance songs, some of which remain popular even now. Unit 5 is entitled "Guitar Arrangements of Spanish American Folk Songs."We are fortunate to have this taste of Hispano music of New Mexico from the early twentieth century now available to all. It is integral and vital to the repertoire of musical lore that greatly enhances New Mexico's heritage. Seller Inventory # AAV9781632931801

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About this Item: Sunstone Press, United States, 2017. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English. Brand new Book. In 1933, newly elected President Franklin Delano Roosevelt summoned ideas that might allay the financial calamity that characterized the Great Depression of the 1930s. Among the myriad programs Roosevelt initiated was the WPA, the Works Progress Administration (later re-named the Work Projects Administration) that was created to provide meaningful work to the unemployed millions throughout America. Thanks to New Mexico Governor Clyde Tingley, a masterful politician who wended his way into Roosevelt's good graces, New Mexico became the recipient of a significant proportion of federal WPA funding that supported thousands of otherwise unemployed men and women. One of the great programs to emerge was in support of the arts, and many painters, writers and musicians were employed to pursue their respective art forms.Helen Chandler Ryan was appointed director of the Federal Music Project (FMP) in New Mexico that lasted from 1936 to 1943. In 1939, it was re-named the New Mexico Music Project, and by 1942, the name was changed yet again to War Services Program--Music Phase. The focus of this project was "music education, performance, and preserving of local musical heritage, especially Hispanic [Hispano] folk music." Under Ryan's direction and that of her co-administrators, musicians and folklorists collected songs and other material that otherwise might have been lost.The transcribed folk songs were mimeographed and distributed to teachers who taught both singers and instrumentalists who then presented the music in public performances. This music project not only funded fieldworkers, it also brought music to the people of the villages of New Mexico in a time when little else was available to lift the hearts of la gente.In this book, materials collected between 1936 and 1941 are assembled in five separate units. Units 1, 2, and 3 are comprised of a series of Hispano folk songs with transcribed melodies and English translations of lyrics. Unit 4 is a collection of thirty Hispano dance songs, some of which remain popular even now. Unit 5 is entitled "Guitar Arrangements of Spanish American Folk Songs."We are fortunate to have this taste of Hispano music of New Mexico from the early twentieth century now available to all. It is integral and vital to the repertoire of musical lore that greatly enhances New Mexico's heritage. Seller Inventory # AAV9781632931801

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About this Item: Sunstone Press, United States, 2017. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English. Brand new Book. In 1933, newly elected President Franklin Delano Roosevelt summoned ideas that might allay the financial calamity that characterized the Great Depression of the 1930s. Among the myriad programs Roosevelt initiated was the WPA, the Works Progress Administration (later re-named the Work Projects Administration) that was created to provide meaningful work to the unemployed millions throughout America. Thanks to New Mexico Governor Clyde Tingley, a masterful politician who wended his way into Roosevelt's good graces, New Mexico became the recipient of a significant proportion of federal WPA funding that supported thousands of otherwise unemployed men and women. One of the great programs to emerge was in support of the arts, and many painters, writers and musicians were employed to pursue their respective art forms.Helen Chandler Ryan was appointed director of the Federal Music Project (FMP) in New Mexico that lasted from 1936 to 1943. In 1939, it was re-named the New Mexico Music Project, and by 1942, the name was changed yet again to War Services Program--Music Phase. The focus of this project was "music education, performance, and preserving of local musical heritage, especially Hispanic [Hispano] folk music." Under Ryan's direction and that of her co-administrators, musicians and folklorists collected songs and other material that otherwise might have been lost.The transcribed folk songs were mimeographed and distributed to teachers who taught both singers and instrumentalists who then presented the music in public performances. This music project not only funded fieldworkers, it also brought music to the people of the villages of New Mexico in a time when little else was available to lift the hearts of la gente.In this book, materials collected between 1936 and 1941 are assembled in five separate units. Units 1, 2, and 3 are comprised of a series of Hispano folk songs with transcribed melodies and English translations of lyrics. Unit 4 is a collection of thirty Hispano dance songs, some of which remain popular even now. Unit 5 is entitled "Guitar Arrangements of Spanish American Folk Songs."We are fortunate to have this taste of Hispano music of New Mexico from the early twentieth century now available to all. It is integral and vital to the repertoire of musical lore that greatly enhances New Mexico's heritage. Seller Inventory # LIE9781632931801

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Marisse, John and Horsegreen, George

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About this Item: Sunstone Press, 2017. Paperback. Condition: Brand New. 224 pages. Spanish language. 11.02x8.50x0.47 inches. In Stock. Seller Inventory # x-163293180X

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GOMME, Alice Bertha. Collected and annotated by.

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About this Item: London: David Nutt, 1894-1898, 1894. 20+433, 15+531pp, original cloth hardcover, inside hinges cracked, uncut, with the bookplate of Thomas Wyatt Bagshawe. *Volume 1 (in 2 volumes) of "A Dictionary of British Folk-Lore, edited by G. Laurence Gomme. As a 2 volume set extra postage will be requested outside U.K. VG. Seller Inventory # 5584

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