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"Go Tell Aunt Rhody"

Arranged By: Steve J. McWilliam - 1977


Tabbed In TablEdit By: Steve J. McWilliam - 1998

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"Go Tell Aunt Rhody" - Traditional

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"Go Tell Aunt Rhody" - Traditional

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A TApe and Tab Club (T'n'T) Arrangement


Go Tell Aunt Rhody - Traditional - American
Arranged By: Steve J. McWilliam - 1977
Tabbed In TablEdit By: Steve J. McWilliam - 1998
A tune for beginning fingerpickers - both adult and children. There is always a need for simple easily recognisable tunes for beginners. This
one is well known, and the arrangement takes them through different, though still simple, styles of playing, teaching them two and three digit
piches and splitting the melody from the bass .

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