How to play Follow Me

There are follow me patterns…for different instruments..keyboard, guitar, recorder..and others.
It is free to download.
The songs are simple and easy to follow.
You also have the music if you want to learn the song.
Try it

Follow Me – Learn to play without note reading – Music teaching by example
Developed for Windows by Jos Maas

Follow Me is a songbook without notes. Instead it will show you how to put your fingers on your instrument. The fingerings are available for keyboard (melody and chords), recorder (melody) and guitar (chords).

In the picture above the finger with the red nail is showing which key to play for the melody and the other three fingers are playing the chords. There are 4 different chord fingering methods available for keyboard. You can adjust the tempo and loop the part of the song that you are practising. Or pause the song an step thru melody notes or chords, one by one.

When the selected instrument is recorder then the melody will be shown, in guitar mode the chords.

Volume 1 of this songbook with 50 songs is freeware other volumes are 9.95 USD each. If you want to learn to play songs that are not available in this series but you have it in a paper songbook, then use Busker to input the songs yourself.

Follow Me volume 1 download for free
Abide with me, All around my hat, Auld Lang Syne, Barbara Allen, Bill Bailey, Brown girl in the ring, Campbells are coming, CC rider, Cielito lindo, Crossing to Ireland, Days of 49, Do Lord, Drill ye tarriers drill, Erie Canal, For he is jolly good fellow, Girl I left behind, Go tell aunt Rhody, Goodnight Irene, Hark The Herald Angels Sing, He s got the whole world in his hand, House of the rising sun, I ll take you kome again Kathleen, I ve been working on the railroad, Iseland, Jesse James, Joshua fit the battle of Jericho, La Bamba, Lass with the delicate air, Little Liza Jane, Loopty loo, Mary Ann, Michael row the boat ashore, Muss I denn, Nobody knows the trouble I ve seen, Oh dear what can the matter be, Old gray mare, One more river, Pack up your troubles, Poor wayfaring stranger, Red River Valley, River of Babylon, Santa Lucia, Shady Grove, Singing ay ay yippee yippee ay, Stille nacht, Sweet Rosy O Grady, Take this hammer, Tumbalalaika, Waltzing mathilda, What a friend we have in Jesus


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