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Try your hand at “Arkansas Traveler,” the official state historic song of Arkansas. This arrangement in the key of C is excerpted from Fiddle Tune Essentials.
Video. Songs. Bluegrass. Country. Flatpicking. Early Intermediate. Intermediate.
"Fair and Tender Ladies" sounds great with a banjo-like echo. Discover how to create this effect and play the first 11 bars of today’s excerpt from Traditional Songs with Jody Stecher.
Video. Songs. Folk.
Brought back to popularity by Paul Brady in the late ’70s, the traditional Irish song "Heather on the Moor" is an easy-to-play tune about unrequited love . Play the first 12 bars as taken from Irish Songs for Guitar.
Audio. Songs. Folk. Early Intermediate.
“St. Anne’s Reel” is a flatpicker’s favorite, thought to be of French-Canadian origin. Play through the first nine bars in today’s excerpt from Fiddle Tune Essentials.
Video. Songs. Bluegrass. Flatpicking. Folk. Early Intermediate. Intermediate.
“Whiskey in the Jar” is instantly recognizable as an Irish pub favorite. Play the first eight bars with today’s excerpt from Irish Songs for Guitar.
Video. Songs. Folk. Early Intermediate.
Give your set a Spanish flair with the flamenco-inspired classical guitar piece "Bolero."
Video. Songs. Classical. Advanced.
In this 25th anniversary special section, Acoustic Guitar explores the world of acoustic music from every angle: the most influential acoustic-guitar players; the most significant moments in acoustic-music history; and more. The sections are divided into lists of 25, to celebrate the 25 years AG has been your guide to the acoustic guitar.
Add these traditional blues, folk, and Celtic songs to your repertoire.
Bitten by the ukulele bug? This series of lessons, songs, and articles is sure to feed your need for all things uke.
Everybody loves the blues. Whether you prefer to jam on the blues with a friend or try to master a fingerstyle blues classic by an old master, these seven lessons will give you some new insights into a timeless style.
For guitarists who haven’t devoted years into studying at the local conservatory, developing a classical guitar repertoire can seem like an impossible goal. In this series of articles, we’ll look at techniques and musical pieces accessible to guitarists regardless of skill level and musical background.