MusicEase Traditional Songbook for Children and Adults
by MusicEase Software
(MusicEase Software Website)

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Operating System: Windows XP/2000/NT/ME/98/95
File Size: 2.3 MB
License: (All Shareware software)
License Conditions:

Free use for 30 days after which you must register if you continue using it. Registration Fee - US$19.95

System Requirements:

Minimum 16 MB RAM, 12 MB Disk space. Sound card is optional.

Last Updated: 2003-08-08
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Software Description

Provides transposable sheet music for over 300 traditional kids and adult song classics. Transpose, print, and play. Optionally display chord names/fret diagrams, tablature, display as standard round notes or as shape notes, scale to different sizes and automatically reformat, re-arrange/delete verses, play with band accompaniment.

Specify any Windows' font/size for verses and chord names. Optionally display music only or verses only. Or display some verses under the notes with other verses appearing after the song. You can also save the verses as a text file and the melody as a MIDI file for use in other programs. Both 4-shape and 7-shape shaped note systems are supported. Tablature can be for guitar, banjo, mandolin or customized for any stringed instrument.

Songs can be loaded using titles or first lines. Songs include traditional children's songs like "Mary had a Little Lamb", "Go Tell Aunt Rhody" and "Eency Weency Spider", spirituals like "Swing Low, Sweet Chariot", "Go Tell It On the Mountain" and "All My Trials", standards like "After the Ball Is Over", "Funiculi, Funicula" and "Annie Laurie", patriotic songs like "America, the Beautiful" and "Star-Spangled Banner", folk songs like "Freight Train" and "Hava Nagila", Christmas songs like "Away In a Manger" and "Jingle Bells", cowboy standards like "Home On the Range" and "Streets of Laredo", rounds like "Are You Sleeping" and "White Coral Bells", lullabies like "Rock-A-Bye Baby" and "All the Pretty Little Horses", game songs like "Ring Around the Rosie" and "Here We Go Round the Mulberry Bush", and favorite hymns like "Amazing Grace" and "Be Thou My Vision". From 1 to 16 verses are included, depending on the song. All songs are in the public domain.

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