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Monday, March 8, 2010

Orange Blossom Special Sheet Music





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17 comments:

  1. Thank you Megan! I've been trying to get this song out of my fiddle since I was about 8! Was just listening to a Hoyt Axton version and noticed the stopping was a bit different, went exploring, and found your version! Well done!

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  2. Thank you Megan for this. I am just learning to really play fiddle. Does anyone know where to get Devil Went Down To Georgia for free?

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    1. Yes, I found it on musicnotes.com by Charlie Daniels.

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  3. Megan,
    Thanks for this music! What bowing did you use in the running 16th note passage? I love the groove you get on your recording but as I am classically trained I have no idea what I'm doing...!
    Thank you!

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  4. I used the Georgia shuffle. You can find an exercise to practice it in a post on this site caller "A Major Intermediate Warm Ups". I'll try to add some bowings to this music as well.
    -Megan

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  5. Do you have sheet music that includes a harmony line to the melody?

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  6. Yikes! That sounds hard. I'll see what I can do. Bowings and harmony.

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  7. Thanks for posting this... My grandpa has been wanting me to play this for a while!!

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  8. Is this arrangement considered an intermediate or advanced piece?

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    1. Advanced. I teach this at the END of Suzuki Book 4.

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  9. Is there any standard introduction to this song, or does everyone come up with their own?

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    1. It's freewheeling. Some people make scratching wheel noises and other special effects. I'm scratchy enough!

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  10. Thank you for sharing. I've been looking for this song for awhile.

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  11. fantastic folks thanks for that resourse.... Greg Ori...

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  12. How can I play D and F# at the same time, seeing they are on the same string?

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