Directory of Tunes

  1. 8th of January, 8th of January Redone
  2. Arkansas Traveller
  3. Ashokan Farewell
  4. The Butterfly
  5. Connaughtman’s Ramble
  6. Crabs in the Skillet
  7. Dancing Tables
  8. Down Yonder
  9. Dutchman’s Pipe
  10. Ebeneezer
  11. Eclipse Hornpipe
  12. Earl’s Chair
  13. Flop-eared Mule
  14. Gold Rush
  15. Golden Slippers
  16. Great Speckled Bird
  17. How Great Thou Art
  18. Hunter’s Purse
  19. Huntsman’s Chorus
  20. In the Garden
  21. Indian Point
  22. Irish Washer Woman
  23. Jackie Tar
  24. Jambalaya
  25. Jingle Bells
  26. Julia Delaney
  27. Kilfenora’s Jig
  28. Kitchen Girl
  29. Lamp Lighter’s Hornpipe
  30. Lannigan’s Ball
  31. Liberty
  32. Little Beggar Dog
  33. Let Me Out
  34. Margaret’s Waltz
  35. Minor Swing
  36. Morpeth Rant
  37. Moscow Duck
  38. New Five Cents
  39. O Holy Night
  40. Off She Goes
  41. O’Keefe’s Slide
  42. Old Joe Clark
  43. On the Boulevard–Liz Carroll
  44. Out on the Ocean
  45. Pop Goes the Weasel
  46. President Garfield’s Hornpipe
  47. Quick Fix
  48. Red River Valley
  49. Road to Lisdoonvarna
  50. Rose of San Antone
  51. St. Anne’s Reel
  52. Shady Grove
  53. Shave and a Haircut
  54. Smash the Windows
  55. Swallowtail Jig, Swallowtail Jig Revised
  56. Ten Penny Bit
  57. Tennessee Waltz
  58. Whiskey Before Breakfast

29 thoughts on “Directory of Tunes

    1. I draw these on Appleworks, a software program that is almost outdated. I’ve lately been getting into EZDraw to do the charts. Maybe it’s time to take another look at Tabledit.

  1. Missing something important: Soldier’s Joy. Number one old timey tune of all time! 🙂

    Anyway, thanks for all these tabs, they are a huge help.

    1. Of course Soldier’s Joy is a great tune. I have a beginner’s version in 43 Fiddle Tunes. I could put a more advanced version up that would be like the one in Beginning Old Time Fiddle.

  2. I would like to see Silent Night and The Old Rugged Cross, is there anywhere I can purchase your package in Canada The DVD and the book
    thank s

  3. Hi Great website. I started learning fiddle last November. I would love to learn how to play background fiddle in a jam with other musicians. My friends play guitar and do a lot of Dylan songs. Do you know where I could get fiddle music or tabs specifically for his Desire album that featured violist Scarlet Rivera?

  4. Hi Elan, Great website! I am subscribed to your youtube page and have the 43 fiddle tunes, plus Orange Blossom Special. Can’t think of any tune to have you tab, but will check back often to see whats been added. Keep up the good work!

    1. That is a good tune when played with guitar back-up. I don’t feel it works well as a solo because the melody repeats a figure as the harmony changes. Without hearing the harmony change it looses a little bit.

    1. I’ve never learned to read sheet music, I use the tablature, I find the sheet music to the song I’d like to learn and I have a little chart that tells me what note it is so I can just translate it. (Hope that makes sense!)

    1. These tabs are specifically for fiddle and violin. I don’t have guitar or mandolin tabs. If you are a savvy mandolin player you can use them on the mandolin. You only need to keep in mind the numbers refer to fingers, no frets.

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