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  • Citadel Waltz

    Citadel Waltz

    Frenchie’s Reel is a great Canadian Waltz written by Andy Dejarlis. The tune is played out of the key of D, and it’s a great one to start in on if you’re a beginner. 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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  • Memories of Eva Waltz

    Memories of Eva Waltz

    Memories of Eva Waltz is a great tune written by Fiddlevideo instructor Patti Kusturok and her son, Alex Kusturok, for Patti’s mother. The tune has become one of Patti’s most requested numbers when she performs. Patti 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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  • Country Waltz

    Country Waltz

    Country Waltz is a great traditional fiddle waltz played in many Canadian jam circles and for many country dances. It’s a great beginner tune, 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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  • Teenager’s Waltz

    Teenager’s Waltz

    Here is a great old-time waltz in the key of A. The tune, composed by Graham Townsend, is a great choice if you are a beginner player. You should definitely learn a version of this if you plan to play in Canadian jam circles or for country dances. 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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  • Maytwayashing Waltz

    Maytwayashing Waltz

    This tune was written by Reg Bouvette and Jim Flett. The melody plays over some nice chord changes throughout the form. This is a great tune to tackle if you’re a beginner player. 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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  • Old-Time Canadian Waltz Fiddle Bowing Tips

    Old-Time Canadian Waltz Fiddle Bowing Tips

    Patti Kusturok gives out some Old-Time Canadian waltz fiddle bowing tips in this lesson. Get ready to play some smooth waltzes!

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  • Till We Meet Again

    Till We Meet Again

    Don Messer ended his TV and radio shows with this tune, Till We Meet Again (Smile the While). Due to Don’s influence, this song has become a traditional way to end many Canadian fiddle sets. Although the song was written in the early 1900’s, it still resonates today. 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 Lovers’ Waltz

    The Lovers’ Waltz

    Here is The Lovers’ Waltz (also sometimes called The Lover’s Waltz). This is a fantastic tune written by Jay Ungar and Molly Mason. The song transcends genere and can be heard everywhere from weddings to dances to campfires all across America. Similar to Ashokan Farewell, also written by Jay and Molly, the melody to this song is simple, and yet haunting, a hallmark of a good waltz. It’s a great tune to start on if you’re a beginner player. Thanks to Jay and Molly, who were kind enough to license this tune to be taught here on Fiddlevideo.com.. 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 River John Sunset Waltz

    The River John Sunset Waltz

    The River John Sunset Waltz is a great Canadian fiddle tune from the Nova Scotia region. This is a great beginner song and provides students many opportunities to learn some of the more common waltz bowing patterns found in Canadian fiddle music. 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 Poor Girl Waltz

    The Poor Girl Waltz

    The Poor Girl Waltz is a great tune in the key of C written by Andy DeJarlis. 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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  • Blue River Waltz

    Blue River Waltz


    This great waltz was written by Jay Ungar and Molly Mason. The song uses a unique technique in the third part as the melody plays slightly different variations of the same note over three chord changes. Quite a nice tune! Thanks to Jay and Molly, who were kind enough to licence this tune to be taught here on Fiddlevideo.com. 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 looping and video speed controls.


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  • Ashokan Farewell

    Ashokan Farewell

    Ashokan Farewell is an iconic tune written by Jay Ungar and Molly Mason. The song was featured prominently in Ken Burn’s Civil War TV mini-series. The melody is simple, and yet haunting, as a good waltz should be. It’s a great tune to start on if you’re a beginner player, and you can expect to hear this at pretty much any jam session around the US. Thanks to Jay and Molly, who were kind enough to licence this tune to be taught here on Fiddlevideo.com. 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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