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Scottish Songs for Guitar

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Author, performer, and Acoustic Guitar magazine contributing editor Danny Carnahan shows you how to play 15 popular Scottish classics—from “Both Sides the Tweed,” a protest song from the 1700s, to “Rattlin’ Roarin’ Willie,” a Robert Burns tune celebrating the adventures of a freewheeling, hard-drink­ing fiddler. 

This comprehensive guitar method, songbook, and narrative anthology is available in two different formats:

  • Book & Video Download package: More than 50 pages with written instruction, notation and tab, complete lyrics, and historical background information, and functions as either a guitar and voice arrangement or solo guitar piece. Plus, 80 minutes of accompanying video instruction, performed by Danny Carnahan, available to download for free.
  • PDF & Video Download package: Downloadable version featuring the complete written instruction (including standard notation and tablature) from the book, plus more than 80 minutes of accompanying video instruction, performed by Danny Carnahan. 

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Author, performer, and Acoustic Guitar magazine contributing editor Danny Carnahan shows you how to play 15 popular Scottish classics—from “Both Sides the Tweed,” a protest song from the 1700s, to “Rattlin’ Roarin’ Willie,” a Robert Burns tune celebrating the adventures of a freewheeling, hard-drink­ing fiddler. 

This comprehensive guitar method, songbook, and narrative anthology is available in two different formats:

  • Book & Video Download package: More than 50 pages with written instruction, notation and tab, complete lyrics, and historical background information, and functions as either a guitar and voice arrangement or solo guitar piece. Plus, 80 minutes of accompanying video instruction, performed by Danny Carnahan, available to download for free.
  • PDF & Video Download package: Downloadable version featuring the complete written instruction (including standard notation and tablature) from the book, plus more than 80 minutes of accompanying video instruction, performed by Danny Carnahan. 

Includes: