Genre: Celtic/Irish Style: Unknown/None Chosen Key: D Tuning: Standard Difficulty: Intermediate
Posted by jeffiddle, updated: 11/20/2008 - 1 Member Comments
Notes: A Shetland tune composed by Ronnie Cooper from http://www.thesession.org/tunes/display/8529 Adapted to AABB format for contras.
Genre: Bluegrass Key: Am Difficulty: Intermediate
Posted by LifesMiracle, updated: 2/18/2018
Notes: Also known as Frosty Morning or Frosty Morn, this is in the key of Am. This tab has twin fiddles! You can turn off one or the other by clicking on the small green rectangles above the numbers 1 or 2 in the upper right corner of Tabledit. Number one is the melody and 2 is the harmony.
Genre: Bluegrass Style: Unknown/None Chosen Key: Gm Tuning: Standard Difficulty: Beginner
Posted by ChickenMan, updated: 5/1/2014 - 3 Member Comments
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Notes: I'm saying this is beginner because this song is played, for the most part, slow and creepy-like. It is in Gm which is relative to Bb. Put a little more "weight" in the 1st note of each set of four 8th notes - especially the first two measures of the phrasing. The grace notes can be made by stopping the C and G notes with one finger and slurring into the D. The tab doesn't indicate fingering, only "frets" or 1/2 tone intervals. I transcribed this from the opening banjo part of The Nashville Bluegrass Band's recording
Genre: Bluegrass Key: G Tuning: Standard Difficulty: Intermediate
Posted by FiddleGiggle, updated: 3/4/2011
- Download from jaybuckey.com
Notes: This is one my favorite tunes. I didn't ever learn the normal way of playing, just the 'spiffied up' arrangement by Mr.Buckey. I can mostly do it on the mando, and really do it on the fiddle. :-)
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