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Red Dirt Girl sheet music for voice, piano or guitar by Emmylou Harris, intermediate
Emmylou Harris: Red Dirt Girl for voice, piano or guitar sheet music.
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Red Dirt Girl

by Emmylou Harris for voice, piano or guitar

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Digital sheet music for voice, piano or guitar
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Genre: pop
Skill Level: intermediate
Pages: 8


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Rating: 4 Wish there was a "pro" version by  * VSM MEMBER * on December 21, 2016 @6:34 am PST
I wish there was a professional version of this song where the piano doesn't double the vocal line. Vocalists rarely follow the written melodic line, which makes it sound as though they're not together. As written, the accompaniment is too thin to leave out the melodic line altogether.

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