June Apple, Part 1: The A Part and the “Nashville Shuffle”

From: Beginning/Intermediate Fiddle by Chad Manning

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"June Apple"

In this lesson, Chad teaches you the popular old-time tune "June Apple," which is in the key of A Mixolydian. Mixolydian means that the seventh in the major scale (in this case, G#) is lowered a half step (to G). In the first part of the lesson, Chad teaches the A part of "June Apple" phrase by phrase and also shows you the "Nashville shuffle" bowing pattern, which works well on the A part of this tune.


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