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This lesson is part of the course Beginning Bluegrass and Old-Time Fiddle with Chad Manning.
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Learn fiddle from scratch by learning popular fiddle tunes, with lots of technique tips and advice on how to get that fiddley sound.
 
 
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In the second part of this lesson, you’ll learn the B part of “June Apple” phrase by phrase, as well as the “Georgia shuffle” bowing pattern, which works well on the B part. You’ll also learn how to add drone strings to the A and B parts.
 
 
 
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Eighth of January  
 
Eighth of January  
 
Eighth of January, Part 1
Eighth of January, Part 1
 

“Eighth of January” may be the only old-time fiddle tune that made it to the top of the pop charts— as “The Battle of New Orleans,” sung by country singer Johnny Horton in 1959. But, of course, it’s also a popular tune at bluegrass and old-time jam sessions. Chad walks you through the first part of “Eighth of January” in this video.


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