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St. Annes Reel - Jack Darland - Old Time Fiddling My Way (Cassette)

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  1. In this week's featured lesson we'll be taking a look at the old-time fiddle tune 'Saint Anne's Reel' in the key of D. I've created two arrangements for this lesson and we'll be working out of the 'open D' position. The first time through we'll work out of 1st position and play the melody 'right on the head.' The second time through we'll also.
  2. May 03,  · The Tune. St. Anne’s Reel is sometimes mistakenly considered to have originated in Ireland. Although it is popular in Ireland (and many other countries), its a traditional French Canadian fiddle tune that gained popularity in the s.. Maybe I’ve heard some say that its been over-played, as is sometimes common with many popular tunes.
  3. Addeddate External_metadata_update TZ Ia_orig__runtime 2 minutes Identifier Dempsey_Jacks_Joad_St_Annes_Reel Run time.
  4. According to Anne Lederman (in her article on “Fiddling” in the Encyclopedia of Music in Canada, ), St. Anne's Reel was first recorded by Québec fiddler Joseph Allard as “Reel de Ste Anne”—which became popular in English-speaking Canada as “St. Anne’s Reel.” There are at least two bays by this name in eastern Canada, as the.
  5. St. Anne’s Reel A few years ago I heard Natalie MacMaster play a slow version of this tune similar to that posted by paulj She followed with a Dm version like the one I’ve posted here at about Q: 1/4 = and then ripped it back in the key of D brought the house down.
  6. “St. Anne’s Reel” is a traditional French-Canadian tune in the public domain that was made popular by Joseph Allard in the s. This song was originally played on the fiddle but it has become a favorite flatpicking tune of guitarists at bluegrass jams. In this guitar lesson, you’ll learn how to play a traditional melody for “St.
  7. Laughter and old blue suits and Easter gowns. The sailor's gone, the room is bare The old piano's sitting there Someones hat's left hanging on the rack Some empty chairs, the wooden floor That feels the touch of shoes no more Waiting for the dancers to come back. And the fiddle's in the closet Of some daughter of the town Strings are broke and.

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