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Butch Ross - The Beatletudes (Beatles Tunes Arranged For Mountain Dulcimer)



27 pages, Item number 1304476DX, $19.95

When it comes to music, The Beatles have been the gold standard since they began playing together in Liverpool in the 1960s. With "The Beatletudes", Butch Ross arranges some of the greatest music of all time for you and your dulcimer. Butch gives each song a special, unique touch, while leaving that classic feel that made you fall in love with The Beatles. All you need is love, your dulcimer and this book, and you'll be enjoying the music of John, Paul, George, and Ringo!

Product Format: Dulcimer Solo

   Song lyrics are included in this book.
   This product has a difficulty rating of 3 on a scale of 1 through 6, with 6 being hardest.
   A CD is included with this book.
   Chord symbols are included in this book.
   Guitar tablature is included with this book.
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Complete song list for "Butch Ross - The Beatletudes (Beatles Tunes Arranged For Mountain Dulcimer)" - Sheet Music Songbook:

Eleanor Rigby - Composer: Lennon/McCartney - 1965
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