Golden Slippers in Fiddle Tab

Golden Slippers is a favorite at the Bay Area Fiddlers Association. We add new tunes constantly, and we also go back to the fiddle chestnuts of yesterday.

There are fancier versions of this tune. This one is almost a straight ahead cover of the melody as sung, with just a few fiddling changes.

Fiddle tab chart for Golden Slippers

And here is the pdf of Golden Slippers.

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    • William
    • November 4, 2013

    At the risk of sounding foolish, what are the L and arches for?

      • admin
      • December 12, 2013

      I apologize for the delay in replying to your question.
      The L means the finger is placed Lower than in the normal
      scale position.
      The curved lines over the finger indications mean you
      play the notes within the curved line with the same bow direction.
      Otherwise, change bow direction every note.

    • Caroline Parke
    • April 12, 2017

    Thank you for this tab. I’ve been playing for 7 months and am excited to learn this beautiful song.

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