Technique Tutorial – Fiddle Turnarounds



In this lesson, Megan Lynch Chowning discusses the two most common fiddle turnarounds used in country and bluegrass fiddling genera (1511 and 4511). We hope you enjoy this excerpt of the course.

Feel free to check out Megan’s great lessons covering The Nashville Number System…that series will be very helpful as you work your way through this lesson:



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2 Comments

  1. Free muffins and free root beer! Your tutorials are interesting, knowledgable and they have lots of good humour!… It’s a pleasure to be learning from you.

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