Each book in the Greatest Rock Guitar series features some of the best songs of its decade or genre - and all songs are in full guitar TAB arrangements. At about 256 pages each, these books are a tremendous resource and a great way to get your own guitar TAB library started. 55 of the greatest songs from one of the greatest decades in popular music history. Each song is written in complete guitar TAB. 96 Tears; All Along The Watchtower; And It Stoned Me; Bang bang (My Baby Shot Me Down); Be My Baby; The Beat Goes On; Can´t Find My Way Home; Dear Mr. Fantasy; Do You Want To Know A Secret?; Don´t Let Me Be Misunderstood; For What It´s Worth; Gimme Some Lovin´; Higher And Higher; Hot Fun In The Summertime; The House Of The Rising Sun; I Got You Babe; I Started A Joke; I Want To Take You Higher; I´m A Man; In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida; It´s My Party; I´ve Got A Message To You; James Bond Theme; Legend Of A Mind; Mama Told Me Not To Come; Menterey; Mr. Tambourine Man; Mrs. Brown You´ve Got A Lovely Daughter; Needles And Pins; The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down; Nights In White Satin; Papa´s Got A Brand New Bag; People Get Ready; River Deep - Mountain High; Runaround Sue; See Emily Play; Sky Pilot; Society´s Child; Spanish Harlem; Spoonful; Summertime Blues; Sunshine Of Your Love; Sweet Thing; Tales Of Brave Ulysses; This Diamond Ring; Tighten Up; Time Is On My Side; Time Of The Season; The Times They Are A-Changin´; Unfaithful Servant; The Wanderer; When A Man Loves A Woman; A Whiter Shade Of Pale; You Better Sit Down Kids; You Don´t Own Me; You Shook Me; Young Girl; You´ve Lost That Lovin´ Feelin´.
The Classic Rock series nostalgically recalls all the greatest hits from the different eras of rock history, from the Fabulous ´50s and the ´60s British Invasion to ´80s Punk, and the Alternative ´90s. Each book contains more than 30 songs from the early 60s, with an essay on the era and a photo documentary for a trip down memory lane.(Your Love Has Lifted Me) Higher & Higher; Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down); Be My Baby; Crying In The Chapel; Do You Want To Know A Secret?; Don´t Let Me Be Misunderstood; Downtown; Ferry ´Cross The Mersey; Gimme Some Lovin´; I Got You Babe; I Want To Hold Your Hand; I Will Follow Him; It´s My Party; James Bond Theme; Lightning Strikes; Mrs. Brown You´ve Got A Lovely Daughter; Needles And Pins; Ode To Billie Joe; Papa´s Got A Brand New Bag; People Get Ready; Please Please Me; Runaround Sue; Secret Agent Man; She´s Not There; Sunday Will Never Be The Same; The Beat Goes On; The House Of The Rising Sun; The In Crowd; The Wanderer; This Diamond Ring; Tighten Up; Time Of The Season; Town Without Pity; When A Man Loves A Woman; You Better Sit Down Kids; You Don´t Own Me; You Really Got Me; Young Girl.
61 SongsInstrumentation : medium or low voice and pianoDescription : This publication is on the ABRSM singing exam syllabus (grade 6).Contenu : The Ash Grove - At the mid hour of night - Avenging and bright - La belle est au jardin d´amour - Bird Scarer´s Song - Bonny at Morn (Vol. 6) - Bonny at Morn (1976) - The Bonny Earl o´Moray - The Brisk Young Widow - Ca´ the yowes - Come you not from Newcastle - The Crocodile - David of the White Rock - The Deaf Woman´s Courtship - Dear Harp of my Country - Dink´s Song - Early one morning - Eho! Eho! - The False Knight upon the Road - Fileuse - The Foggy, Foggy Dew - Greensleeves - The Holly and the Ivy - How sweet the answer - I was lonely and forlorn - I will give my love an apple - I wonder as I wander - Il est quelqu´un sur terre - The last rose of summer - Lemady - The Lincolnshire Poacher - Little Sir William - Lord! I married me a wife - Master Kilby - The Miller of Dee - The Minstrel Boy - La Noel passée - O can ye sew cushions - O the sight entrancing - O Waly, Waly - Oft in the stilly night - Oliver Cromwell - The Plough Boy - Pray goody - Quand j´étais chez mon père - Rich and rare - Le roi s´en va-t´en chasse - Sail on, sail on - Sailor-boy - The Salley Gardens - Sally in our Alley - She´s like the swallow - The Shooting of His Dear - The Soldier and the Sailor - Soldier, won´t you marry me - The Stream in the Valley - The Stream in the Valley - Sweet Polly Oliver - There´s none to soothe - Tom Bowling - The trees they grow so high - Voici le printempsNombre de pages : 264Langue : English - FrenchFormat : New Edition portrait
Excellent compilation of 40 pieces for high voice and piano. Includes Ev´ry valley shall be exalted and I Know that My Redeemer Liveth (Messiah); From mighty Kings (Judas); Farewell, ye limpid springs and floods (Jephtha); O come let us worship (Chandos Anthems); O sleep, why dost thou leave me? (Semele); and many others.Content :RINALDODear companion (Cara sposa) [S]Sadly I languish (Lascia ch´io pianga) [S or M-S]CHANDOS ANTHEMSO come, let us workship [T]ACIS AND GALATEALove in her eyes sits playing [T]Would you gain the tender creature [T or S]ESTHERO beauteous Queen [T]RADAMISTOThe vessel storm-driven (Qual nave smarrita) [S]ALESSANDROAllurements the dearest (Lusinghe più care) [S]ADMETOHeavenly star-eyes, calm-beaming (Luci care) [S]ATHALIAGentle airs, melodious strains [T]Will God, whose mercies ever flow [S]ALCINATrust a woman? How simple-minded! (Semplicetto! A donna credi? [T]ATALANTAGo! call Irene (Di ad Irene, tivanna infedele) [T]SERSELove´s richest dower (Ombra mai fù) [S]SAULFell rage and black despair [S]Sin not, O King [T]L´ALLEGRO ED IL PENSIEROSOOft on a plat of rising ground [S]Let me wander, not unseen [T or S]Hide me from day´s garish eye [S]MESSIAHRecitative: Comfort ye, my people [T]Air: Ev´ry valley shall be exalted [T]But Thou didst not leave His soul in hell [T or S]How beautiful are the feet [S]I know that my Redeemer liveth [S]SAMSONTotal eclipse! [T]Thus when the sun [T]SEMELEO sleep, why dost thou leave me? [S]Where´er you walk [T]HERCULESMy father! ah! methinks I see [S]OCCASIONAL ORATORIOThen will I Jehovah´s praise [T]JUDAS MACCABÆUSFrom mighty kings [S]Sound an alarm! [T]ALEXANDER BALUSHere amid the shady woods [S]Recitative: Calm thou my soul [S]Air: Convey me to some peaceful shore [S]JOSHUAOh, had I Jubal´s lyre [S]SOLOMONWhat though I trace [S or Contralto]With thee, th´ unsheltered moor I´d tread [S]SUSANNAIf guiltless blood be your intent [S]THEODORARecitative: Oh, worse than death indeed! [S]Air: Angels, ever bright and fair [S]JEPHTHARecitative: Deeper and deeper still [T]Air: Waft her, angels [T]Farewell, ye limpid springs and floods [S]