In Dan Zanes Family Treasury Of Roots Music, The Grammy Award Winning Children S Artist Presents A Huge Collection Of Folk Songs Along With Inspiration To Start Your Own Family Band Too Often New Parents Eager To Share Their Love Of Music With Their Young Children Are Told Their Options Are Limited To Cuddly Singing Dinosaurs And Well Meaning Humans Whose Understanding Of Children S Music Starts With Kumbaya And Ends With Puff The Magic Dragon For Many Sane Adults, The Choices Are Abrasive Than The Most Aggro Noise Rock Of Their College Years Dan Zanes Has Spent The Past 20 Years Creating A Truly Compelling Body Of Children S Music That Music Loving Parents Can Also Get Behind A Former 1980s Indie Rocker, Zanes 13 Children S Albums Have Gained Wide Praise For Their Authentic Arrangements, And Preservation Of America S Folk Traditions In Dan Zanes Family Treasury Of Roots Music, The Grammy Award Winning Zanes Has Curated A Rich Selection Of Folk Songs Which Comprise An Essential Musical Cross Section Of The American Experience, And Its Multicultural, Immigrant Underpinnings Each Selection Includes Classic Songs You D Expect, And Also Folk Classics From Weird Ol America Each Selection Is Also Accompanied By A Brief Narrative On Its Historical Context, Followed By Lyrics, And Guitar Tablature The Songs Included Are Organized Into Thematic Sections, Such As HistoryFarm CountryCity LifeWork And Hard TimesTrainsSea SongsFamilyGood Times Dan Zanes Family Treasury Of Roots Music Also Includes Informational Sidebars Throughout To Give Families The Basics Needed Pick Up Instruments And Learn To Fully Enjoy Music As A Family Band And In The Back Of The Book, You Ll Also Find Chord Diagrams For Guitar, Ukele, And Mandolin More Than Just A Collection Of Songs, Dan Zanes Family Treasury Of Roots Music Is Part Music Book, Part History Lesson, And A Work That All Families Can Enjoy Together.
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- 160 pages
- Dan Zanes Family Treasury of Roots Music
- Dan Zanes
- 17 April 2018 Dan Zanes