Top Tunes for Guitar

Chris Kilvington
Top Tunes for Guitar
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The fifty tunes in this book have been arranged in progressive order, ranging in difficulty from pre Grade 1 to Grade 3. Although the melody line may be played alone, chord symbols are provided to enable guitarists to improvise their own accompaniment. Alternatively, these accompanying chiords may be used by a keyboard or piano player. Top Tunes is a popular series of 50 favourite melodies, all in easy-to-play arrangements that the beginner will soon feel at home with. A glance at the titles in every book will show the broad range of classical favourites, folk songs, children's songs and show songs.
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Product Code 3611245
Product Name Top Tunes for Guitar
Short Description Top Tunes for Guitar
Author Chris Kilvington
Date Published 1 Mar 1997
ISMN M570040377
Pack Size 1
Manufacturer Kevin Mayhew
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Chris Kilvington (1944-1999) was a  lecturer in Guitar at Anglia University, Cambridge, and was well known both as a performer and as a composer of works for the guitar.

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Each book has 50 tunes including some or all of the following:

All people that on earth do dwell
Au clair de la Lune Caprice
Cockles and mussels
Coming through the rye
Cradle song
Dance of the hours
Dance of the sugar-plum fairy
Eine kleine Nachtmusik
For he's a jolly good fellow
Goodnight, ladies
Here we go round the mulberry bush
Home on the range
I do like to be beside the seaside
Il est né
Land of hope and glory
March from The Nutcracker
Marche Militaire
Men of Harlech
Michael, row the boat ashore
Minuet in G (Bach)
Minuet in G (Beethoven)
My old man said follow the van
Ode to joy
Pizzicato polka
Radetzky march
Sailors' hornpipe
See, the conquering hero
Sellinger's round
Sheep may safely graze
Spring from FourSeasons
St Anthony chorale
Sweet and low
The can-can
The drunken sailor
The harmonious blacksmith
The lass of Richmond Hill
The man who broke the bank at Monte Carlo
The Marseillaise
The trout
The Vicar of Bray
Theme from Symphony No 1 (Brahms)
This old man
Waltz (Brahms)
Waltz from The Merry Widow
When the saints go marching in
William Tell Overture
Ye banks and braes

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