- Spiralbindung: 256 Seiten
- Verlag: Mel Bay Publications,U.S.; Auflage: Spi Pap/Co (1. Februar 2009)
- Sprache: Englisch
- ISBN-10: 0786676310
- ISBN-13: 978-0786676316
- Größe und/oder Gewicht: 29,7 x 21,8 x 2 cm
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Tony Trischka Master Collection of Fiddle Tunes for Banjo (Englisch) Spiralbindung – 1. Februar 2009
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As stated by previous reviewers, it is not for the beginner. However, if you have a firm grasp on the basics of Scruggs style, along with a bit of melodic and single string experience, this book is a goldmine. These tunes will push and stretch your technique, making you a better banjo player. But more important, many (if not all) of these tunes are beautiful little musical gems and are a true joy to play. They are a constant reminder of why we play banjo and why we make music in the first place. If you need motivation to practice, it doesn't get better than that.
As a self-taught banjo player with a musical background, I can attest that this book is perfect for other self-taught pickers, provided that you have got the right groundwork (basic Scruggs style, etc.) and are properly motivated. After three months of owning this book, I can feel my playing reaching new heights. I began with Janet Davis' "You Can Teach Yourself Banjo" and picked up this book shortly after finishing it.
I can give this book no higher recommendation.
Many of these tabs come from years of Tony's exacting studies of many different players, including many of the early melodic players who preceded pickers who often get the lions share of credit for bringing about melodic style playing; for example Bill Keith and Bobby Thompson (note: neither of these players ever tried to take the credit for this).
Several things I love about this collection including the fact that it's spiral bound and that makes page flipping a breeze. The tabs are large and clear. The song styles are broken into different genres such as 'Irish' etc.
Two CDs featuring the playing of Tony make this a no-brainer for the intermediate to above player.
This book is a "must have" for any serious banjo picker.
Intermediate pickers can learn new techniques, and even advanced players can benefit from this tome and 2 CDs. As before stated. Spiral bound and stands up on any page.
You need to know how to read tab and have some basic experience in Scruggs, melodic, and single string to grasp it all.
If it is too deep for you now, it will come in handy as you progress.
I have ALL the 5 string banjo books available from 30+ years ago to today, even the original Scruggs book, and Tony's older instruction books...
This is a Jewel!!!!!
5 stars for sure, and I have never met Tony.
The physical presentation is excellent. The tabulature is clear, and (one of my key considerations) the book is spiral bound, which means it lies flat without having to break the binding.
This is not a book for beginners. It is not intended to be. But, if nothing else, it is a good reference book when somebody at a jam calls a fiddle tune that you have never heard before.