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  • Ookpik Waltz

    Ookpik Waltz

    Ookpik, or Ook Pik Waltz was written by Frankie Rodgers and is of Canadian origin. It is also sometimes referred to as Canadian Waltz, depending on what circles you play in. This is a widely-known jam session tune in Texas, Canadian and Old-Time fiddling styles. 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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  • Farewell to Erin

    Farewell to Erin


    Farewell to Erin is a great Irish fiddle tune popularized by Kevin Burke and The Bothy Band. Kevin 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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  • Scottish Grace Note Tutorial – “The Wiggle”

    Scottish Grace Note Tutorial – “The Wiggle”

    In this technique tutorial, Hanneke demonstrates how to play Scottish grace notes, “The Wiggle”.

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  • Waiting for the Dawn

    Waiting for the Dawn

    This song is a great Scottish reel written by Hanneke Cassel. 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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  • Ragtime Annie

    Ragtime Annie

    This traditional Old-Time tune can be heard from the hills of the Appalachian Mountains across the great plains, Canada and beyond. If you’re a beginner player, this is a great song to have in your repertoire. 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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  • Soldier’s Joy

    Soldier’s Joy

    This traditional is a great Old-Time jam session tune out of the key of A. If you are starting to learn fiddle, this is a great one to get under your belt. Casey Willis 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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  • The Promenade (Slip Jig)

    The Promenade (Slip Jig)


    The Promenade is a great Irish fiddle tune written by Michael Gorman of County Sligo, Ireland. This slip jig has a nice feel to it, and Kevin Burke gives it a great groove. Kevin 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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  • Da Slockit Light

    Da Slockit Light

    This beautiful Scottish air was written by Tom Anderson in 1969 and captures his sadness at seeing the lights slowly diminish in his hometown, Eshaness Scotland. 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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  • Westphalia Waltz

    Westphalia Waltz

    Westphalia Waltz was written by Cotton Collins and takes its name from the town of Westphalia Texas. This is a great jam session tune, both in Texas and Old-Time fiddling circles. 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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  • Angeline the Baker

    Angeline the Baker

    Angelina Baker was written by Stephen Foster back in the 1850s. However, as the song has been passed down through the years by bluegrass and old-time players, the instrumental version of the melody (now called Angeline the Baker) has become its own unique tune. 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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  • The Glass Case of Emotion

    The Glass Case of Emotion

    Hanneke Cassel wrote this sweet tune for Ron Burgundy (Will Ferrell). The song has Scottish and Texas Style influences and was released on one of Hanneke’s album “Silver” (http://www.hannekecassel.com/music.html). 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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  • The Boys of Bluehill

    The Boys of Bluehill


    The Boys of Bluehill is a great, traditional Irish fiddle reel. This tune can be heard in sessions around the Celtic world. Irish fiddle legend 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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