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Stephen Foster - Ukulele Songbook for Beginners with Tabs and Chords Vol. 1
Stephen C. Foster (July 4, 1826 - January 13, 1864) needs no further introduction. He was the first fully professional U.S. songwriter. Because of his musical innovation, the popularity of his songs, and especially because of the quality of his songs, we most often call him "the father of American music."
His hits from a century and a half ago, such as Oh Susanna, Camptown Races, Angelina Baker, Old Black Joe, Beautiful Dreamer, Old Dog Tray, and others, are gentle, incredibly rhythmic, and catchy for those times that they are still popular today.
And you will find these eternal, most popular hits in this collection of books, which is intended for the widest possible circle of old-time music lovers. The collection of melodies is adapted for various "folk" instruments, such as guitar, mandolin, ukulele, guitalele, tenor banjo, cigar box guitar, and baritone ukulele. This way, fans of different instruments can easily gather to play and sing together.
Unlike in books from my previous collections, I decided to use a slightly larger number of chords this time. Only in this way could I preserve the original harmonies given to us by Stephen Foster a century and a half ago.Book benefits
- A collection of the 30 most popular songs by Stephen C. Foster, the father of American pop music, which should not be missing from any bookshelf.
- Suitable for parents and children.
- The songs are featured with a melody, standard notation and tablature, chord diagrams, and lyrics.
- Included free, online audio tracks for all songs, with solo and basic chord changes.
- Intended for anyone who would like to increase the repertoire.
- Suitable for playing solo melodies, accompaniment of singing with chords, and playing in a duet.
- Suitable for use with other books for ukulele, guitar, guitalele, baritone ukulele, mandolin, cigar box guitar, and tenor banjo from the same songs collection.
- Ah May the Red Rose Live Always
- Angelina Baker
- Beautiful Dreamer
- Better Times Are Coming
- Camptown Races
- Comrades, Fill No Glass for Me
- Don't Bet Money on the Shanghai
- Farewell My Lilly Dear
- Farewell Old Cottage
- Gentle Annie
- Happy Hours at Home
- Hard Times Come Again No More
- I Would Not Die in Spring Time
- Jeanie With The Light Brown Hair
- Jenny's Coming O'er the Green
- Molly Do You Love Me
- My Wife Is a Most Knowing Woman
- Oh Susanna
- Old Black Joe
- Old Dog Tray
- Open Thy Lattice Love
- Slumber My Darling
- Some Folks
- That's What's The Matter
- The Merry, Merry Month of May
- Under the Willow She's Sleeping
- We Are Coming, Father Abraam
- When the Bowl Goes Round
- Willie We Have Missed You