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Resources for Teaching and Learning Fiddle
Wednesday, October 21, 2009
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1. Practice the E minor scale.
2. The A part starts with the ﬁrst ﬁnger on on the A and D strings.
3. The A, B, and C parts break into one bar chunks.
Megan Beller is the author of
Fiddle Studio Book 1:Fiddling for the Complete Beginner
Fiddle Studio Book 2: Fiddling for the Advanced Beginner
She has also written a book for new moms called
Baby in the House: Practical Advice for Living With Your Baby
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Welcome to Fiddle Studio
, fiddler and author in Baltimore, Maryland.
This is a collection of sheet music and sound files for teaching and learning the fiddle. Suggestions and corrections welcome!
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