G&S
Search

Train Songs for Two

A collection of 35 songs and tunes arranged for two musicians, one playing the melody, and the other supplying a harmony. 27 of these selections feature lyrics. All of the arrangements include chord symbols for back-up players.

Some of these songs are inspired by train folk, like “Casey Jones”, and “John Henry”. Other tunes share musical tales about the trains themselves, like “Rock Island Line”, and “The Wabash Cannonball”.

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.


Train Songs for Two Basses

Book: $15.00

View CoverView Sample


Train Songs for Two Cellos

Book: $15.00

View CoverView Sample


Train Songs for Two Mandolins

Book: $15.00

View CoverView Sample


Train Songs for Two Violas

Book: $15.00

View CoverView Sample


Train Songs for Two Violins

Book: $15.00

View CoverView Sample


Tunes in this Collection...
“The B and O Railroad”, “The Baby Goes to Boston”, “Bill Grogan’s Goat”, “Casey Jones”, “The Chicago Express”, “Cosher Bailey’s Engine”, “Eight O’Clock Train”, “Freight Train”, “Georgia Railroad”, “Gonna Getcha Train”, “I’ve Been Working On the Railroad”, “The Irish Conductor or Rules on a Railway Train”, “Jenny On the Railroad”, “John Henry”, “Lady On the Railroad”, “On the Train”, “The Oxford and Hampton Railway”, “Paddy On the Railroad”, “Paddy On the Railway”, “Page’s Train”, “Pennsylvania Railroad”, “Railroad Cars Are Coming”, “Railroad Runs Through Georgia”, “Railroad Whistles”, “Reuben’s Train”, “Rock Island Line”, “That Railroad Rag”, “To Stop the Train”, “Train Is A-Comin’”, “The Train Is Off the Track”, “Train On the Island”, “The Wabash Cannonball”, “Way Out In Idaho”, “Wreck of the Old 97”, “Zack Mormon Engineer”,

Reviews...

“Many of the tunes share quaint musical tales, like Rock Island Line, The Wabash Cannonball and Wreck of the Old 97, and include chord symbols for a back-up player.”
...Mary Nemet Stringendo, Journal of the Australian Strings Association Ltd., April 2018
used by permission of AUSTA National Journal Editor


Shipping Info


Sign up for our Mailing List