Fiddle Tunes for Ukulele

Fiddle Tunes for Ukulele

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Fiddle Tunes for Ukulele

by by Lil' Rev and John Nicholson

Book with online audio. Take a journey back in time with this delightful collection of old-time fiddle tunes arranged for ukulele. Southern string band, bluegrass, and hillbilly music are covered, as well as reels, jigs, blues, rags, hornpipes, polkas, more. Featuring a variety of ukulele picking styles (single string lead, fingerstyle, clawhammer, campanella, more) each instrumental piece is carefully arranged for solo ukulele. Chord grids included so you can play along with others or with your own string band. Playing level varies from very easy to very advanced so there's something for everyone, and something to aspire to! Contains tunes in both C tuning (GCEA) and D tuning (ADF#B). The online audio includes a full-band recording for every song in the book. Note/tab. 61 pp.

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Contents:

First Tunes In C Tuning

  • Boil 'Em Cabbage
  • Shortenin' Bread
  • Buffalo Gals
  • Old Joe Clark
  • Angeline The Baker
  • Cripple Creek
  • Devil's Dream 

Exploring Tunes in D and C Tuning: Reels

  • Turkey In The Straw
  • Soldier's Joy
  • Arkansas Traveler
  • Red Haired Boy
  • Whiskey Before Breakfast 

Waltz

  • Put Your Little Foot 

March

  • The Minstrel Boy 

Novelty, Blues, And Rags

  • Fiddling The Blues In Santa Cruz
  • Delta Fiddle Blues
  • Cakewalk
  • Port One Step
  • Chicken Reel 

Schottische

  • Lumberjack Schottische 

Jigs

  • Pop! Goes The Weasel
  • Cream City Jig
  • Irish Washerwoman
  • Swallow Tail Jig
  • The Black Nag
  • Morrison's Jig
  • Gary Owen 

Hornpipe

  • Harvest Home 

Chordal Style

  • Star Of The County Down 

Polka

  • Britches Full Of Stitches 

Clawhammer

  • Irish Polka
  • Old Molly Hare
  • Hammond Breakdown
  • Sugar In The Coffee-O
  • Leather Britches
  • Mountain Road 

Contest Pieces

  • Walworth County Breakdown
  • Ragtime Annie
  • Say Old Man Can You Play A Ukulele?

Additional Information

New or Used New
Skill level beginner