Mandolin Song Books

Posted : admin On 1/26/2022


Mandolin Song Books With Tablature

Mandolin players all over the world have direct access to MandoTabs its large and completely free song archive which is constantly being updated with new songs. MandoTabs also offers mandolin tips & guides, chord charts, a mandolin tuner and much more! The Mandolin Song Book by Brad Laird is a song book for mandolin that will teach you 32 breaks to 27 classic songs. The songs range from Bluegrass Standards (Man of Constant Sorrow), to Celtic tunes (Caledonian Laddie), to American Folk songs (Dixie). Each song is presented in standard notation and tab and is performed at one or two speeds. A site that is for passing on my Songbooks including Baritone, Mandolin and Guitar and other instruments Songbooks in the simplest way. It also contains songs taken from the songbook. Professional mandolinist Brian Oberlin. This site is the home for Brian’s performances, concerts and teaching events. Music and mandolin education for the beginner to advanced mandolinist can be found in the Lesson Hub; featuring free PDFs of chord shapes, chord charts, and exercises.

  • Amazing Grace
  • Battle Hymn of the Republic
  • Caledonian Laddie
  • Dixie
  • Dusty Miller
  • Fisher’s Hornpipe
  • Forked Deer
  • Greensleeves
  • Greensleeves Jig
  • Jenny Lynn
  • Laird’s March (Duet)
  • Liberty
  • Man of Constant Sorrow
  • Mississippi Sawyer (2 Versions)
Mandolin Song Books
  • Nine Pound Hammer (2 Keys)
  • Old Joe Clark (2 Versions)
  • Over the Waterfall
  • Pig in the Pen
  • Pigeon Hill
  • Rickett’s Hornpipe
  • Shady Grove (Minor version)
  • Shady Grove (Major version)
  • Silver Dollar Hornpipe
  • Sittin’ On Top of the World (2 keys)
  • Takin’ The Shortcut Home
  • What Shall We Do With The Drunken Sailor?
  • When Johnny Comes Marching Home
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Mandolin Songbook

26 bluegrass, old-time, Celtic and classic American songs for mandolin players. The arrangements run from downright easy to somewhat challenging; it's a good follow-up to the Mandolin Primer (56-13), or any beginning method. Some tunes include two versions - a basic version and a more advanced, embellishe.