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  • The Maids of Mitchelstown (reel)

    The Maids of Mitchelstown (reel)

    The Maids of Mitchelstown is a great Trad Irish/West Clare reel which is many times paired in a set with Tuttle’s Reel and The Bunch of Green Rushes. Kevin Burke walks us through the tune in this lesson…Check out the tutorial videos below!

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  • The Bunch of Green Rushes (reel)

    The Bunch of Green Rushes (reel)

    The Bunch of Green rushes is a great Trad Irish reel (attributed to Paddy Canny) which is many times paired in a set with Tuttle’s Reel and The Maids of Mitchelstown. Kevin Burke walks us through the tune in this lesson…Check out the tutorial videos below!

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  • Trip to Waldon Pond (reel)

    Trip to Waldon Pond (reel)


    Trip to Waldon Pond is an original Scottish/American reel composed by Fiddlevideo instructor Hanneke Cassel. The tune is the title track from Hanneke’s 2017 album which can be purchased here: Trip to Waldon Pond. This is a great tune to tackle if you would like to work on your fiddling in the key of B major. Hanneke Cassel walks us through her basic and advanced arrangement of the tune in this lesson module…Check out the tutorial videos below! Sign up today to take advantage of the whole lesson.

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  • The Gravel Walks (reel)

    The Gravel Walks (reel)

    The Gravel Walks is a great Trad Irish fiddle tune from County Donegal. The tune is a four-part reel, with the fourth part played twice. Niall Murphy walks us through his version of the reel in this lesson…check out the tutorial videos below!

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  • Reel à Belzébuth

    Reel à Belzébuth


    Reel à Belzébuth is a popular Arcadian fiddle tunes from the playing of André à Toto Savoie. The first part of the tune is played out of the key of A, and the second part is played out of G. André Brunet walks us through his basic and advanced arrangement of the tune in this lesson module……Check out the tutorial videos below!

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  • Louis Riel Reel

    Louis Riel Reel

    Louis Riel Reel was written by Andy DeJarlis and named the father of Manitoba. This great tune is played out of the key of Em. Patti Kusturok 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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  • La Belle Catherine

    La Belle Catherine


    La Belle Catherine is one of the most popular Québécois fiddles tunes you will hear. This version of the traditional tune is from the playing of Louis “Pitou” Boudreault, a great Québécois fiddler who’s music rose to prominence in the 1970’s. André Brunet walks us through his basic and advanced arrangement of the tune in this lesson module……Check out the tutorial videos below!

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    Don’t forget to check out the below FREE tutorials from André which will help you play Québécois fiddle like a pro:
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    Québécois Fiddle Overview


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  • Bog an Lochan (strathspey)

    Bog an Lochan (strathspey)


    Bog an Lochan is a great Scottish fiddle tune which many times precedes the reel Flora MacDonald in a set. This version is played out of E minor. Hanneke Cassel walks us through her basic and advanced arrangement of the tune in this lesson module…Check out the tutorial videos below! Sign up today to take advantage of the whole lesson.

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  • Flora MacDonald (reel)

    Flora MacDonald (reel)


    Flora MacDonald is a great Scottish fiddle tune which many times follows the strathspey Bog an Lochan in a set. This version is played out of E minor/E dorian. Hanneke Cassel walks us through her basic and advanced arrangement of the tune in this lesson module…Check out the tutorial videos below! Sign up today to take advantage of the whole lesson.

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  • Quadrille Franco-American Part 4

    Quadrille Franco-American Part 4


    The Quadrille Franco-American part 4 can be played as a traditional dance tune or in the slow jig feel. This melody is played out of the key of D, and it’s a good, basic tune to start on if you would like to get into playing Québécois fiddle. André Brunet walks us through his basic and advanced arrangement of the tune in this lesson module……Check out the tutorial videos below!

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    Don’t forget to check out the below FREE tutorials from André which will help you play Québécois fiddle like a pro:
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    Québécois Fiddle Bowing and Shuffle
    Québécois Fiddle Overview


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  • Tuttle’s Reel

    Tuttle’s Reel

    Tuttle’s Reel is a great West Clare Trad Irish tune played out of the key of Dm. Many times, the tune is paired in a set with The Bunch of Green Rushes and The Maids of Mitchelstown. Kevin Burke walks us through the tune in this lesson…Check out the tutorial videos below!

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  • Tripping Down the Stairs (reel)

    Tripping Down the Stairs (reel)

    Tripping Down the Stairs is a great Trad Irish fiddle tune played in the key of G. The second part of this tune includes a run from the E string all the way down to a bottom G note…hence the title. Niall Murphy walks us through his version of the reel in this lesson…check out the tutorial videos below!

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