Relics and Tunes

By Amelia Curran

Relics and Tunes
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To celebrate the career of one of Canada’s most respected singer-songwriters, Relics & Tunesmakes Juno Award-winning Amelia Curran’s lyrics available in print for the first time. With all of her chords and lyrics published in an elegant and easy-to-use format, this collection will delight everyone from the novice to the well-travelled professional musician. Covering her first five albums (including the remarkable new release, WatershedRelics & Tunes stands as an indispensable addition to your Amelia Curran library.

Amelia Curran

Juno winner and celebrated songwriter Amelia Curran makes her official lyrics and chords available for the first time. Spanning five albums, from 2008-2017, Relics & Tunes uses an easy-to-read style that will suit the novice and expert alike. With images from some of the original lyric sheets and stories from other Canadian singer-songwriters, this is the perfect compendium to one of the most respected careers on the Canadian music scene.

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“One can agree with Curran up to a point when she says, ‘Lyrics must have music to communicate. Poems must have a page. ’ Yet as someone who reads roughly a hundred new books of poetry every year and who has ingested much moribund verse in the name of historical scholarship, I can say without exaggeration that Curran’s lyrics on the page are as successful as 75 percent of all that stuff in print. ”

Andrew Dubois

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