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by Robert Bancalari

Download Celtic Encyclopedia: Mandolin Edition eBook
ISBN:
0786648090
Author:
Robert Bancalari
Category:
Music
Language:
English
Publisher:
Mel Bay Publications, Inc.; Mandolin ed. edition (August 20, 1999)
Pages:
144 pages
EPUB book:
1505 kb
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1454 kb
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1887 kb
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Rating:
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428


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This comprehensive book contains over 120 Celtic tunes arranged for mandolin presented in standard notation and tablature. Includes airs, marches jigs, slip jigs, hornpipes, reels, strathspeys, country dances and selections by famed Irish harper, Turlough O'Carolan.

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Mel Bay's Celtic Encyclopedia book. This comprehensive book contains over 120 Celtic tunes arranged for mandolin presented in standard notation and tablature.

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ISBN 10: 0786648090 ISBN 13: 9780786648092. Publisher: Mel Bay Publications, In. 1999.

Celtic Mandolin Encylopedia. Includes airs, marches, jigs, slip jigs, hornpipes, reels, strathspeys, country dances and selections by famed Irish harper, Turlough O'Carolan.

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Celtic Mandolin Encyclopedia. Book Format: Choose an option. Includes airs, marches jigs, slip jigs, hornpipes, reels, strathspeys, country dances and selections by famed Irishharper, Turlough O'Carolan. Contains over 120 Celtic tunes arranged for mandolin. Features airs, marches, jigs, slip jigs, hornpipes, reels, strathspeys, country dances, and selections by famed Irish harper Turlough O'Carolan.

This comprehensive book contains over 120 Celtic tunes arranged for mandolin presented in standard notation and tablature. Includes airs, marches jigs, slip jigs, hornpipes, reels, strathspeys, country dances and selections by famed Irish harper, Turlough O'Carolan.
  • Bine
As a beginner mandolin player who fell in love with most things Irish after a visit to Northern Ireland with my church worship team, I have collected a number of music books relating to Celtic tunes. This book contains 138 different tunes of the various categories such as reels, jigs, hornpipes, etc. Written in both standard notation and tablature, I am using it to get the various sounds in my head (along with listening to actual recordings) as well as note reading and fingerboard familiarization. The one downside would be that it doesn't include a CD with the tunes played by so one can hear as well as see what they should sound like. I learn a lot quicker when I hear as well as see the notes- after all, it is music, not reading.
  • Charyoll
This is misnamed, as it is not nearly comprehensive enough to be called an 'encyclopedia' But this is a book with lots of good tunes, including some nice chord solos. There are some obvious errors, as if the book was not proofed before being sent to print, but the corrections are easy enough to make. I'm happy with my purchase and would recommend it to anyone looking to expand their repertoire of Celtic tunes.
  • Nettale
This is a good starter book. It's in both standard and tab notation, which is always helpful. There's a cross-section of various types of celtic music, but it's not nearly complete. If you're a beginner you may find it useful, though.
  • net rider
Great mandolin reference for those who like Celtic music on the mandolin. It does need a CD reference to be complete so one can get the feel of it.
  • Uaoteowi
What "encyclopedia"? It's just anthology of Celtic tunes, whatever you might be thinking.

It's just a fake book, really. Single-note melodies in the treble with TAB underneath that. Chords are noted by letters above the treble. Some of the melodies are quite tricky.

I guess by encyclopedia they mean "big." Well, no argument there. The thing's about 144 pages.