“Flop-Eared Mule” is another very common song fiddlers play everywhere. Learn to play this beginning/intermediate tune and develop your bow hand coordination.
“The Eighth of January” is a beginner-friendly traditional fiddle song that uses bow slurs, a basic technique that is very important part of a fiddler’s sound.
“The Girl I Left Behind Me” is a popular fiddle song. In this lesson, learn the fingering of the G major scale and discover a new finger location.
A very old traditional melody of Welsh origin, “The Ash Grove” is our first waltz. This is a pretty fiddle song well suited for beginning fiddle students.
“Arkansas Traveler” is one of the most popular tunes in old-time fiddling. In this lesson, learn this song and get tips for playing with other musicians.
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