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Nebraska State Arts Heritage Award Winners -- Greenblatt & Seay
Debby’s YouTube video From Wales to Weeping Water received over 200,000 views in less than two months.

Streaming Soon via Zoom from the Schoolhouse

Check Out All of Our Upcoming Workshops

Women’s Compositions Workshops
with Debby Greenblatt

featuring tunes from the “Women’s Compositions for Two” series
for folks who play violins, violas, cellos, basses, mandolins, soprano recorders, and alto recorders.

Friday, February 16, 2024 at 7:00 PM (CT)

Pre-registration is required.

Private Online Music Lessons
Both Debby and David offer private online music lessons in person in the Old Avoca Schoolhouse as well as via Zoom.

Newest Greenblatt & Seay Publications
Classical Tunes for Two, Volume 1

We have added soprano recorder and alto recorder books to this series to complement Debby’s arrangements for violins, violas, cellos, basses, and mandolins.

Crooked Tunes for Two

A collection of 33 tunes with unexpected twists and turns that are great for challenging the status quo featuring arrangements for violins, violas, cellos, basses, mandolins, and recorders.

Greenblatt & Seay Originals for Kids

24 light-hearted songs mostly inspired by our sons when they were little, in treble clef, with lyrics, and chords for back-up musicians included
(audio or video recordings of most of the songs are also available)

Greenblatt & Seay Songbook

a collection of 27 songs written by Debby Greenblatt and/or David Seay, in treble clef, with lyrics, and chords for back-up musicians included
(audio or video recordings of most of the songs are also available)

Recent Review for
Greenblatt & Seay Songbook

Deborah Greenblatt and David Seay have self-published a delightful collection of whimsical and entertaining original songs, written between 1975 and 2015. Each of the 27 songs is published over two pages - one page contains a vocal line written in treble clef, and the other, song lyrics and chord symbols. The index lists each song alphabetically and includes such fun titles as “Flea-Bitten Blues,” “Coffee, Coffee, Coffee,” “The Milk Cows Know,” and “Quackoff”. In the back of the volume, Greenblatt & Seay have provided charming anecdotal stories about the origins of each song. It is fascinating to read about each selection and, through those descriptions, to learn more about this couple who have been composing and performing for nearly 50 years.

Appropriate for singers, guitar, fiddle and most C instruments, these songs are perfect for avocational musicians who appreciate traditional storytelling through song. Accessible to intergenerational groups, this collection is a welcome addition to the canon of traditional music for teachers, students, community singers and families who enjoy making music together.

The musicians” website contains recorded examples of most of the songs. In addition, videos of them performing selections from this collection further illustrate the adaptability and flexibility to combine a virtually endless combination of traditional instruments for individual and unique accompaniment. The lyrics with clever rhymes and catchy melodies are memorable and charming.

These modern-day troubadours have crafted a volume of songs that can be performed and enjoyed by many groups of musicians. These are all original works that are not available except through the composers’ website.

...Anne Foradori, NCTM, Kearney, Nebraska (MTNA)

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