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  • Morrison’s Jig

    Morrison’s Jig

    Morrison’s Jig is a melody heard in many Irish/Celtic sessions. It’s a great traditional tune played in the key of E minor. Master Trad Irish fiddler 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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  • For Reals (Jig)

    For Reals (Jig)


    For Reals is a jig written by Fiddlevideo instructor Hannkeke Cassel. This tune, inspired by some of Hanneke’s Pacific Northwest friends, is played out of the key of D.

    Hanneke walks us through her basic and advanced arrangement of the tune in this lesson module…Check out the tutorial videos below! Sign up today for a full monthly or annual subscription to take advantage of the whole lesson.


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  • TIDGA Jig

    TIDGA Jig


    TIDGA Jig is an original Scottish/American fiddle tune played out of the key of A Major. The tune was written by Fiddlevideo instructor 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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  • Blackberry Festival Footrace

    Blackberry Festival Footrace


    Blackberry Festival Footrace is a great three-part Scottish fiddle tune written by David Fisher.

    The tune is played out of the key of D minor, and it has become quite the dance tune in many circles. 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 Rolling Waves Jig

    The Rolling Waves Jig

    If you’re a beginner player, this is a great song to have in your repertoire. Kevin Burke breaks down a basic and advanced version in this free lesson module…

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  • Paul’s Jig

    Paul’s Jig

    Paul’s Jig is a great beginner tune played in the key of D. The song was written by Paul Vollrath, and it can be heard at jam sessions around Canada. 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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  • The Split Rock

    The Split Rock

    The Split Rock is a jig written by master Irish fiddler Kevin Burke. Kevin used to feature this tune in many performances with the group Open House, and it can be found on an album titled “Hoof and Mouth”. The Split Rock is located in the west of County Sligo, and as a child, Kevin was inspired by both the rock and the legend associated with the boulder. 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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  • The Murray River Jig

    The Murray River Jig

    The Murray River Jig is a great square dancing tune written by Graham Townsend for a town in Prince Edward Island (PEI). This is a great fiddle contest tune with a twist in the second part. 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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  • The Polar Bear Jig

    The Polar Bear Jig

    The Polar Bear Jig is a great square dancing tune written by Reg Bouvette. Reg wrote this after visiting Yellowknife, NWT. He once told Patti Kusturok that the tune just reminded him of some polar bears he had seen during his visit to Yellowknife. 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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  • Jimmy’s Favorite Jig

    Jimmy’s Favorite Jig

    Jimmy’s Favorite (Jimmy’s Favourite) is a great square dancing jig, or “First Change”, as it is known in Métis circles. This is a fun tune based out of the key of G. Buckle in, and get ready to start jamming! 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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  • Lady Do-Si-Do

    Lady Do-Si-Do

    Lady Do-Si-Do (Life on the Ocean Wave) is a great traditional square dancing jig, or “First Change”, as it is known in Métis circles. This is a driving tune based out of the key of G with a switch up to the key of C in the second part. 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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  • Irishman’s Heart to the Ladies

    Irishman’s Heart to the Ladies

    Irishman’s Heart to the Ladies is a great Canadian/Irish jig played in the key of A. If you’re looking for a well-known session tune, this is it. 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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