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Judy House And Kirk House - The Whole Is Greater Than The Sum Of Its Parts, Book 1

Regular price $20.00

Ensemble arrangements from Kirk House and Judy House. Eleven tunes, each with three to seven parts. You're going to have a ton of fun with this book!

With your purchase, we'll email you a link so that you may download the PDF version of your new book. The PDF file is in ZIP format - you'll need to unzip the file after your download is complete.

After you've extracted the files from your ZIP folder, you can print the sheet music, or enjoy it on your tablet or PC.

Your ZIP file will include:

  • The complete book, in PDF format (82 pages)
  • A folder with each song (each part for each song) in a separate PDF, so that you can sort the titles alphabetically (49 files)

This book is published by Judy and Kirk House, and is made available here as an authorized, licensed download.

Songs included:

Annie Laurie (5 parts)
Away In A Manger (5 parts)
Bring A Torch, Jeanette Isabella (5 parts)
By The Waters Of Babylon (5 parts, and round)
Farther Along (4 parts)
Flee As A Bird (3 parts)
Going Home (5 parts)
La Paloma (4 parts)
Liza Jane (3 parts)
March Of The Kings (5 parts)
The Parting Glass (6 parts)

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S.P.
Something for everyone and all together

We are working through this book and at first I thought "easy peasy"! HA! There are parts that address everyone's level I soon discovered. Clear notation, graduated difficulty, and lovely ensemble sound make this book unique. Buy it and find 3 of your dulcimer-playing friends---6 feet apart, outdoors, and masked!

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S.M.
Fun with friends

I love this book. It has easy songs and challenging songs that make you really work. The book is wonderful for use by a group. It can also be used as a solo book or for duets. I practice with a friend and we both wish more people in our area had this book

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N.M.
So delightful to have a copy of the House's work!

I have had dulcimer classes with both of these master dulcimer players and enjoyed them very much. I especially like that Kirk did bass dulcimer notation in this book since I play bass dulcimer, too.

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C.F.

Looks wonderful!

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Wonderful!

Can't wait for the dulcimer orchestra to use this book!