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  • Mrs. Stewart of Garth

    Mrs. Stewart of Garth


    Mrs. Stewart of Garth is a great traditional reel played out of the key of D minor. Hanneke breaks down a basic and advanced version of the tune in this lesson module. Sign up today for a full monthly or annual subscription to take advantage of the whole lesson.


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  • Jerusalem Ridge

    Jerusalem Ridge


    Here is the great Bluegrass tune written by either Kenny Baker or Bill Monroe, depending on which version of the tale you believe…This song is heard in Old-Time and Bluegrass jams across the United States and worth learning. Casey breaks down a basic and advanced version in this lesson module. Sign up today for a full monthly or annual subscription to take advantage of the whole lesson including A/B video looping and video speed controls.


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  • Larach Alasdair

    Larach Alasdair

    Larach Alasdair is the well-known traditional Scottish Jig played in the key of A. This is a great tune to know if would like to play in Scottish jams. Hanneke Cassel breaks down a basic and advanced version of the tune in this lesson module. Sign up today for a full monthly or annual subscription to take advantage of the whole lesson.


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  • Back of the Change House

    Back of the Change House

    This is the well-known traditional Scottish Strathspey played in the key of D. This is a great tune to know if would like to play in Scottish jams. Hanneke Cassel breaks down a basic and advanced version of the tune in this lesson module. Sign up today for a full monthly or annual subscription to take advantage of the whole lesson.


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  • The Mountain Road

    The Mountain Road


    The Mountain Road is a popular Irish fiddle reel written by Michael Gorman. It moves right along, so strap in!! Kevin Burke breaks down a basic and advanced version of the tune in this lesson module. Sign up today for a full monthly or annual subscription to take advantage of the whole lesson.

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  • Bill Cheatham

    Bill Cheatham

    Bill Cheatham is a great traditional fiddle breakdown generally played out of the key of A. Versions of this tune are played in contests and jams in styles ranging from Bluegrass, Texas-Style and Old-Time. Casey breaks down a basic and advanced melody in this lesson module. Sign up today for a full monthly or annual subscription to take advantage of the whole lesson.


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  • Cooley’s Reel

    Cooley’s Reel


    Joe Cooley’s Reel is a very popular Irish fiddle tune of uncertain authorship. It moves right along, so strap in!! Kevin Burke breaks down a basic and advanced version of the tune in this lesson module. Sign up today for a full monthly or annual subscription to take advantage of the whole lesson.

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  • Sally Goodin

    Sally Goodin

    Sally Goodin is one of the most well-known and often played fiddle breakdowns. Versions of this tune are played in contests and jams in many styles. The version taught in this lesson module is from the Texas-Style tradition and requires the use of the fourth finger drone quite a bit. Casey breaks down a basic and advanced melody in this lesson module. Sign up today for a full monthly or annual subscription to take advantage of the whole lesson.


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  • Blackberry Blossom

    Blackberry Blossom

    Blackberry Blossom is a great breakdown in the key of G. Due to the fast changes and quick fingerwork, this tune is categorized as intermediate to difficult. However, you can still learn a basic melody to the song. This song is heard in many circles, from Old-Time to Contest-Stlye. Casey breaks down a basic and advanced version in this lesson module. Sign up today for a full monthly or annual subscription to take advantage of the whole lesson.


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  • Traveler’s Waltz

    Traveler’s Waltz

    Traveler’s Waltz was written by Casey Willis. There are some tricky double stops in this song, which makes the tune quite interesting. However, you can also play a simple melody over the chords. And yes, the second section of the song was written to incorporate the changes in the chorus of Blues Traveler’s “Hook”…hence the name. Casey breaks down a basic and advanced version in this lesson module. Sign up today for a full monthly or annual subscription to take advantage of the whole lesson.


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  • Paddy Fahey’s Jig

    Paddy Fahey’s Jig


    Paddy Fahey’s Jig is a great Irish fiddle tune written by Paddy. It is one of his most popular tunes and is considered a standard these days. If you’d like to play in an Irish fiddle session, you should definitely learn this song. Kevin Burke breaks down a basic and advanced version of the tune in this lesson module. Sign up today for a full monthly or annual subscription to take advantage of the whole lesson.

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  • Limerock

    Limerock

    Limerock is a well known show fiddling tune. It is definitely not for the faint of heart as it changes keys several times through the melody. It employs sliding harmonics and some fast finger-work. Casey breaks down a basic and advanced version in this lesson module. Sign up today for a full monthly or annual subscription to take advantage of the whole lesson.


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