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Bluegrass Jamming on Fiddle

Tips, Tunes & Techniques

By Wayne Erbsen

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Fiddle - Beginning
Tips, Tunes & Techniques. Composed by Wayne Erbsen. Style, Technique, Theory and Reference, Perfect binding. Bluegrass. Book/CD set. 96 pages. Native Ground Music #NGB205. Published by Native Ground Music (MB.NGB205).

Item Number: MB.NGB205

ISBN 9781883206635. 9 X 12 inches.

Bluegrass Jamming on Fiddle is Wayne's newest instruction book and the second in a 4-part series of fun books that will teach the tools, tricks and tunes to jam in bluegrass style. It covers: 31 bluegrass jam standards, how to jam with others, how to improvise and make up your own tasteful licks and fills, almost painless music theory, how to play harmony, how to transpose and play in different keys, and pretty much everything you'll need to march fearlessly into your next jam or picking session! This FUN book is fully illustrated with almost 200 vintage photos. All the books in the series teach the same 31 tunes and are 96 pages, 9 x 12 and include an audio instructional CD. Price: $22.95 (a steal!)You WILL learn how to play and jam on: All the Good Times Are Past & Gone, Back Up and Push, Black-Eyed Susie, Cherokee Shuffle, Columbus Stockade, Colleen Malone, Dark Hollow, Deep Elem Blues, East Virginia, Footprints in the Snow, Katie Dear, Hand Me Down My Walking Cane, High on a Mountain, I Am a Pilgrim, I've Just Seen the Rock of Ages, John Henry, Just Over in the Gloryland, Little Birdie, Lonesome Road Blues, Love of the Mountains, Mama Don't Allow, Man of Constant Sorrow, More Pretty Girls Than One, Pig in a Pen, Pretty Polly, Red Rocking Chair, Rocky Road Blues, Roll on Buddy, Run and Hide, Sittin' on Top of the World, Working on a Building.

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