Off She Goes in Tab

Here’s yet another jig with updated endings. That original idea was economical, but confusing. This way is the standard approach in music notation for endings and repeats. Let’s go with it! And Off She Goes pdf. In the present edition of 43 Fiddle Tunes in Tab, I have ornaments as inserted alternatives to certain bars. […]

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O’Keefe’s Slide

As long as I’m updating those ending transitions of Irish jigs from my book….. Here is O’Keefe’s Slide. And a nice littleĀ  pdf of O’Keefe’s Slide.

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Road to Lisdoonvarna

Last year at this time, I was doing a little recording for Ricko Donovan. I have some counterpoint on his My Darling Asleep from the Lucky Sevens album. He told me that Lisdoonvarna has a meet up once a year that attracts hundreds of single men and women. Going to the big social gathering may […]

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St. Anne’s Reel

There is more than one way to play a fiddle tune. You probably know that. Sometimes a small change can make a tune easier to play. That’s the cause behind this little revision to my currently published version of St. Anne’s Reel. Originally, I set the tune in a way that required playing quickly across […]

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Jambalaya

This one proved to be a toughie. One of my online students, Bob Evans, asked about this tune when he ordered. I knew I had the chart in my archives, so I said I’d send it along. When I looked at it, I realized it was only the verse. No chorus was tabbed out. And […]

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