Popular versions have been performed by Steeleye Span, Ewan MacColl, and Dick Gaughan
"Fortune Turns the Wheel" is simple, and the sung melody needs little in the way of instrumental propulsion, so the guitar setting is spare in this arrangement.
Learn slip-jig meter and master this difficult, but instantly recognizable and rousing, Irish song.
This waltz-time tale is quite straightforward and easy to sing and play, as the chorus and the verses follow the same melody and chord changes.
This tune has been popular for over 200 years and is an instantly recognizable pub favorite.
Learn to play 15 Scottish classics, with standard notation and tablature, complete lyrics, and background information.
Speed through the distant past and get right to the most action-packed chapter of Scots-American musical history: the past 50 years.
A tale as old as time. The picking pattern is a classic alternating bass that you should keep rolling jauntily along!
Play one of Ireland's best loved songs, set in a rolling 3/4 meter that gives plenty of room to sing the lyrics.
“Whiskey in the Jar” is instantly recognizable as an Irish pub favorite. Play the first eight bars with this excerpt from Irish Songs for Guitar.
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