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Singing Cowboy Fiddling Tunes for Two

These 28 traditional and original tunes are arranged for two instruments, with song lyrics and chords for back-up musicians included.

Each Tunes for Two collection consists of individual spiral-bound duet books presented in score form with melody on the top line and harmony beneath so you can play each tune by yourself or with others. Duo arrangements of the tunes in this collection, in the same keys, are available for violins, violas, cellos, basses, and mandolins.

The tunes in this collection are laid out so that there are no page turns to interrupt the flow of your playing.


Singing Cowboy Fiddling Tunes for Two Basses

Book: $15.00

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Singing Cowboy Fiddling Tunes for Two Cellos

Book: $15.00

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Singing Cowboy Fiddling Tunes for Two Mandolins

Book: $15.00

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Singing Cowboy Fiddling Tunes for Two Violas

Book: $15.00

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Singing Cowboy Fiddling Tunes for Two Violins

Book: $15.00

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Tunes in this Collection...
“Blood On The Saddle”, “Blue Mountain”, “Bucking Bronco”, “Bury Me Not On The Lone Prairie”, “Cheyenne”, “Clementine”, “Colorado Trail”, “The Cowboy”, “Crooked Trail to Holbrook”, “The Dying Cowgirl”, “Git Along, Little Dogies”, “Goodbye Old Paint”, “Home On The Range”, “I Ride An Old Paint”, “Juan Murray”, “Lonesome Cowboy”, “The Old Chisolm Trail”, “Old Texas”, “Red River Valley”, “Rye Whiskey”, “Streets of Laredo”, “Tenderfoot”, “The Texas Cowboy”, “Utah Carroll”, “The Wild Rippling Waters”, “Wildest Bronco”, “Windy Bill”, “The Zebra Dun”

Reviews...

“...Motivating collection...No tunes extend beyond first position. There's something in the rhythms that energizes you, something in the lyrics that guides your progress, and something in the melodies that sustains you... The harmony parts... are very interesting, making these duets a terrific addition to any gig repertoire. They could be used in a private studio or school curriculum that includes small ensemble experiences--just make sure the students sing out the lyrics strong and clear, as they tell powerful stories!”
- Nola Campbell
American String Teacher , February, 2010

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