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Learn to Play Irish Trad Fiddle is a collection of 50 classic Irish jigs, reels, polkas, and other tunes, with playing hints, counting tips, authentic bowing techniques, and more, plus a look into the history of many of the tunes. It’s written for students of any age, learning any style of music, and can be used as primary instruction or as supplemental material with any string method.

"...a thorough introduction to fiddling, and to Irish and Celtic tunes and their backgrounds. Tom is an inspirational teacher and this book shows that he not only has a passion for the music but a real talent in communicating the ideas and techniques behind the melodies ." - Seán Laffey, IRISH MUSIC magazine

“ My cap is off to Tom for writing and recording an excellent introduction to Irish Traditional fiddling. Anyone interested in exploring this fascinating style would do well to pick up a copy of his book. ” – Paul Anastasio, Fiddler magazine

“ This is a great tool for teaching fiddling and for those who want to expand their fiddle repertoire. ” – American String Teacher Journal

 

 

The Fiddle Club Favorites for Strings series is a collection of 30 tunes from the folk and fiddle traditions of North America, Ireland, and Scotland, aimed at intermediate-beginner level students of any age who have worked through about half to three-quarters of most any string method book. The books are available for violin, viola and cello , with beginner-level, one-octave folk melodies plus more challenging “ top ten ” fiddle tunes, arranged in sequential order of difficulty, with the same tunes in the same keys in all three books . This means the beginning string student can explore folk and fiddle tunes in a private lesson, and a string teacher can introduce these timeless melodies for all players in a string class environment as well.

Endorsed by Pam Wiley of the American Music System. ( www.americanmusicsystem.com )



Also available for Mandolin! Click here for information.

 

 

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