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 ARCHIVED TOPIC: Jerusalem Ridge

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pinch - Posted - 04/01/2011:  06:51:48

Any one have a good source for the notation for Jerusalem Ridge?

eric marten - Posted - 04/01/2011:  07:38:36

Fiddler's Fake Book. I use the first two parts with my contra dance band, and it always goes over very well.

Edited by - eric marten on 04/01/2011 07:40:17

leather Britches - Posted - 04/01/2011:  07:49:10

I'll have to second that, I like the version in the Fiddlers Fake Book.
If your looking a free version I do not know of any source, but I am
sure there is one somewhere.

Dick Hauser - Posted - 04/01/2011:  08:53:04

Mel Bays publication "The Craig Duncan Master Fiddle Solo Collection" has this tune. I have shelves full of fiddle repertoire books, and this book is probably the most useful. Approximately 150 or so tunes, and in many cases there is more than one version for a tune. The book focuses on tunes that are popular in North America. If you get this book, have it spiral bound because you will be using it more than all or most of your other fiddle repertoire books.

I have other Duncan books, but none approaches the usefulness of this book.

Edited by - Dick Hauser on 04/01/2011 08:53:47

peerke112 - Posted - 04/01/2011:  13:45:37

Here you go.....

boxbow - Posted - 04/01/2011:  13:53:18

I just started working on it from a version I found at It's gonna take some work, but its purty cool.

pinch - Posted - 04/01/2011:  13:54:01

Thanks a million, peerke112 !
Guess what I will be practicing after work?

davidsartain - Posted - 04/02/2011:  17:43:39

I use the Kenny Baker version with the amazing slow downer. I'm an auditory learner.

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