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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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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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Kitchen Girl

This has been one of my favorites. We play it in the Bay Area Fiddlers Association, too. The version here is not advanced, but, it’s not easy either. I’d call it intermediate. This hoe down has a catchy change of chord in the first two beats, then goes back to A A lot can be […]

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Smash the Windows

Here is another tune from my book that I’m revising. A slightly simplified version replaces a couple of rolls and an idiosyncratic little walk up on the repeat of the B section. I’ve been penciling these changes in for my studio students. Now you can see what I do. The tune is also called Roaring […]

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Flop Eared Mule

This tab chart is a revision of the chart in 43 Fiddle Tunes in Tab. When I revised it for a new student, the thought suddenly hit me, “I can put this online on my new fiddle tune blog!” And so, here it is. The revisions are changes I’ve been penciling in for my studio […]

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