Monroe Instrumentals 25 Bill Monroe Favorites



Monroe Instrumentals  
25 Bill Monroe Favorites 
transcribed by Todd Collins 

Product Number: 99962 
ISBN: 0786664878 
Publisher: Mel Bay Pub., Inc. 
Difficulty Level: Intermediate 
Format: Book

As Bill Monroe is commonly lauded as "the father of bluegrass music," his tunes are standard repertoire and should be studied and memorized by any serious student of bluegrass. This book is a collection of transcriptions in notation and tablature taken from classic instrumentals recorded over a span of 40 years, from the early 1940s to the early 1980s. It functions as a "fake book" for bluegrass students to learn the original melody or to study Monroe's playing style. The melodies were played by mandolin, fiddle, twin fiddles, or triple fiddles, and are grouped accordingly. Generally included with the fiddle melody is a transcription of the mandolin break. These transcriptions, along with the discography, will be an important resource for any student of bluegrass music. 



Mandolin Tunes 
Honky Tonk Swing 
Bluegrass Stomp 
Blue Grass Breakdown 
Raw Hide 
Go (Come) Hither to Go Yonder 
Right, Right On 
Old Dangerfield 
Evening Prayer Blues 
Old Ebenezer Scrooge

Single Fiddle Tunes 
Big Mon 
Jerusalem Ridge 
Ashland Breakdown 
Big Sandy River 
Monroe's Hornpipe 
Road to Columbus 
Mississippi Waltz

Twin Fiddle Tunes 
Stoney Lonesome 
Panhandle Country 
The Dead March 
Jenny Lynn

Triple Fiddle Tunes Brown County Breakdown* 
Tall Timber* 
Lonesome Moonlight Waltz

About the Author

* These tunes are listed in the liner notes as triple fiddles, but are believed to be played by two fiddles.

Collections: Accessories

Category: Book, Mandolin Book, Melbay

Type: Book

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