The Language Of Folk - Book 1 (Elementary To Intermediate)

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Cod produs: SKU2277
Cod catalog: 0571537324
Editura: Faber Music
Status: In stoc furnizor
Categorie: Partitura & Versuri/Voce & Cor/Voce/Folk/Voce Album
Au contribuit: Davidson, Kathryn (Editor); Armstrong, Nathan (Arranger)
Limba: Engleza
Nivel:
Gen: Folk, Education
Serie:
Nr. pagini: 56

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Descriere:

The Language of Folk Book 1 offers 20 elementary to intermediate folk songs from around the British Isles and further afield, carefully selected and arranged to develop the key skills and Voce styles integral to folk song. Produced in association with The Sage Gateshead and its nationally renowned folk music programme, these books provide a wealth of material both for established folk singers and those new to the world of folk. 20 varied folk songs, progressing from beginner level to around grade 4 Includes both unaccompanied songs and songs arranged with Piano accompaniment Informative contextual notes and practice tips for every song Chord names provided for all songs, offering performers the freedom to add their own accompaniment Helpful introduction to the folk song genre, including a beginner’s guide to ornamentation CD with authentic performances of every song by young folk singers, along with backing tracks for the accompanied pieces Complete lyric sheets available as PDFs to print on the CD All unaccompanied songs feature on the current Trinity singing syllabus (‘Technical Work’ section)

Piese muzicale incluse:


Accompanied: The Big Ship Sails
Ally Bally Bee (Coulter’s Candy)
Awake, Awake
Banks Of The Nile
Chiall Mo Lámh A Lùths (My Hand Has Lost Its Power)
Daleman’s Litany
Hard Times Of Old England
Hey Diddle, Diddle
I'm Bound Away
Johnnie’s Lost His Marble
Mow Me Down My Meadow
My Bonny Lad
Nelson’s Blood (Roll The Old Chariot Along)
So Here’s To You
The Blacksmith
The Four Loom Weaver
The Great Silkie
The Handloom Weaver’s Lament
The Hills Of Donegal
Unaccompanied: Three Jolly Fishermen