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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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  • 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:
    Québécois Fiddle Footwork
    Québécois Fiddle Bowing and Shuffle
    Québécois Fiddle Overview


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  • East Hill Two Step

    East Hill Two Step

    The East Hill Two Step is a great beginner fiddle tune played out of the key of A. This is an easy tune to get up to speed, so dive right in! 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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  • 6/8 de Valcartier (Gigue de Valcartier #2)

    6/8 de Valcartier (Gigue de Valcartier #2)


    The 6/8 de Valcartier #2 (Gigue de Valcartier #2) is a great Québécois fiddle tune from the Quebec City area. It can be played as a jig in a contest or as a traditional dance tune. 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:
    Québécois Fiddle Footwork
    Québécois Fiddle Bowing and Shuffle
    Québécois Fiddle Overview


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  • Fiddle Chopping Lesson 1 – The Basic Chop

    Fiddle Chopping Lesson 1 – The Basic Chop

    Once you’ve mastered this lesson, feel free to check out the rest of the fiddle chopping instructional series: Fiddle Chop Series Lesson 2 – The Double Chop Fiddle Chop Series Lesson 3 – Basic Chord Chopping Fiddle Chop Series Lesson […]

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  • Fiddle Chopping Lesson 2 – The Double Chop

    Fiddle Chopping Lesson 2 – The Double Chop

    Below are links to the rest of the fiddle chopping instructional series: Fiddle Chop Series Lesson 1 – Basic Chord Chopping Fiddle Chop Series Lesson 3 – Basic Chord Chopping Fiddle Chop Series Lesson 4 – Shuffle Chop (Without Chords) […]

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  • Fiddle Chopping Lesson 3 – Basic Chord Chopping

    Fiddle Chopping Lesson 3 – Basic Chord Chopping

    Below are links to the rest of the fiddle chopping instructional series: Fiddle Chop Series Lesson 1 – Basic Chord Chopping Fiddle Chop Series Lesson 2 – The Double Chop Fiddle Chop Series Lesson 4 – Shuffle Chop (Without Chords) […]

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  • Beaulieu Reel

    Beaulieu Reel


    Beaulieu is a great Québécois fiddle reel. The tune can be heard in many jam sessions and square dances. André Brunet does a great job on this driving tune…he 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:
    Québécois Fiddle Footwork
    Québécois Fiddle Bowing and Shuffle
    Québécois Fiddle Overview


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  • Peek-a-Boo Waltz

    Peek-a-Boo Waltz

    The Peek-a-Boo Waltz is a great beginner fiddle tune played out of the key of D. Although the tune sounds Canadian, Patti Kusturok learned the tune from her grandfather who learned it in Scotland. 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 Marche de Thomas Pomerleau #2

    La Marche de Thomas Pomerleau #2


    La Marche de Thomas Pomerleau No. 2 is a great Québécois fiddle tune. As André Brunet says, the tune travels…André 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:
    Québécois Fiddle Footwork
    Québécois Fiddle Bowing and Shuffle
    Québécois Fiddle Overview


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  • Reel a Castonguay

    Reel a Castonguay


    Reel a Castonguay is a great Québécois fiddle tune from the repretoire of Édouard Richard. The tune has a slow, rolling feel that makes you want to keep playing. 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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    Basic Melody tutorialAdvanced Melody Tutorial

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


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  • Valse du Chef de Gare

    Valse du Chef de Gare


    Valse du Chef de Gare (The Stationmaster Waltz) is a great Québécois tune written by Fiddlevideo instructor André Brunet. André talks about the origin of the tune and walks us through his basic and advanced arrangements in this lesson module…Check out the tutorial videos below!

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    Basic Melody tutorialAdvanced Melody Tutorial

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


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