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  • Author:
    Hal Leonard Corp.
  • ISBN:
    0634073672
  • ISBN13:
    978-0634073670
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  • Publisher:
    Hal Leonard (January 1, 2005)
  • Pages:
    192 pages
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    Music
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62 Classic Saddle Songs). Various Composers - Hal Leonard Corporation

62 Classic Saddle Songs). Various Composers - Hal Leonard Corporation. You don't even need a cowboy hat to enjoy this collection of songs heard 'round the campfire on the lone prairie, including: Back in the Saddle Again; Buffalo Gals (Won't You Come Out Tonight?); Git Along, Little Dogies; Happy Trails; Home on the Range; I Ride an Old Paint; The Old Chisholm Trail; (Ghost) Riders in the Sky (A Cowboy Legend); San Antonio Rose; The Yellow Rose of Texas and more.

20 classic saddle songs, including: Back in the Saddle Again Bury Me Not on the Lone Prairie Happy Trails Home on the Range The Old Chisholm Trail Streets of Laredo and many more. Cowboy Songs: 20 Classic Saddle Songs by Hal Leonard Publishing Corporation (Paperback, softback, 2006). Brand new: lowest price.

62 Classic Saddle Songs. Songs heard 'round the campfire on the lone prairie, including: Abilene Along the Navaho Trail Back in the Saddle Again Buffalo Gals (Won't You Come Out Tonight?) Bury Me Not on the Lone Prairie Don't Take Your Guns to Town Git Along, Little Dogies Happy Trails Hold on Little Dogies, Hold On Home on the Range I Ride an Old Paint Jingle Jangle Jingle (I Got Spurs) The Old Chisholm Trail Pistol Packin' Mama (Ghost) Riders in the Sky (A Cowboy Legend) San Antonio Rose Sioux City Sue Strawberry.

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(Piano/Vocal/Guitar Songbook). Songs heard 'round the campfire on the lone prairie, including: Abilene * Along the Navaho Trail * Back in the Saddle Again * Buffalo Gals (Won't You Come Out Tonight?) * Bury Me Not on the Lone Prairie * Don't Take Your Guns to Town * Git Along, Little Dogies * Happy Trails * Hold on Little Dogies, Hold On * Home on the Range * I Ride an Old Paint * Jingle Jangle Jingle (I Got Spurs) * The Old Chisholm Trail * Pistol Packin' Mama * (Ghost) Riders in the Sky (A Cowboy Legend) * San Antonio Rose * Sioux City Sue * Strawberry Roan * The Yellow Rose of Texas * and more.

Jay
I really like the "Look Inside" feature that Amazon offers. Unfortunately, when I purchased this book last week, that feature was not working for any items -- at least not on MY computer! So, I read a couple of customer reviews, which are always very helpful, and based on other books I have from the Hal Leonard company, I purchased this item.

However, beware: Although one reviewer mentions the easy-to-play piano parts and how the melody line is written out so you can sing along, this is NOT the case. This is not sheet music. It is lyrics and guitar chords ONLY. The first one to two measures of the melody line of each song are provided at the top of the page. However, if you don't know the song, this is no help. As another reviewer has suggested, you will likely find audios for those songs with which you are unfamiliar on the Internet. (HAHA! I apparently should have read his/her review before purchasing!) For what it is, it is a nice book, handy size, lots of songs. Just not the cowboy song book for me.

This leaves the dilemma of how many stars? I will select 3, but I am biased due to my disappointment. However, my feeling of disappointment is also biased, as I blame myself for not completing my usual painstaking and comprehensive research before clicking the BUY button. But, should I be blamed for this? Need I carry this guilt forever? Sigh. The dog is staring at me now, nose twitching. I obviously reek of failure....
EXIBUZYW
A lot of music books lack items that allow the rank amateur to get a foothold on the material. In this case, the authors included enough basic information that a total novice could pick up a guitar, work the fingers of his/her left hand around the neck, and over time pick out the chords necessary to 'do' the song. That is a nice advance over many song books. At the same time, the authors have included a very nice mix of traditional and silver screen cowboy songs in the collection--a little something for almost everyone! Recommended in two ways. 1) for the chord helps that allow a total beginner to gain a foothold on the material, and 2) for the authors including a very good selection of songs.
Endieyab
I am thoroughly enjoying this collection of music. It has good piano accompaniment that isn't too difficult yet neither too simple to play and the melody line is written out to enable one to sing along. It just kind of makes one want to get on a horse and ride "Along the Navaho Trail." I am delighted with all the verses it includes for "The Old Chisolm Trail". And it has a good version of "The Yellow Rose of Texas." It has both traditional songs and some of the more popular songs about the cowboy life. It is just plain enjoyable. I'm loving it!
Uris
The book has some great songs in it. I grew up hearing some of them like "Back in the Saddle Again" And "Silvered Hair Daddy of Mine", by Gene Autry and many more.
I would recommend this book to any body that likes the old cowboy songs.
Grari
Terrific! While I now like to listen to classic music, I spent a little time on the family farm when I was rather young. One of my uncles there had phonograph records of some of the cowboy songs and I would play them on the old record player (and also played them one fingered on the piano).
Vonalij
I got this for my wife who plays the guitar. Then she tells me she doesn' know half of the songs. But I think it is great. Anyway you can you tube any of the songs to listen to see how they go. When it comes to music I am an old cowboy at heart.
Wyameluna
This book contained a song, Oklahoma Hills, that my Dad used to sing in the 1940's. It was a great happy surprise.
Older songs but still good