FiddleHed is the fun way to learn fiddling online! For play-along tracks, sheet music, color-coded tabs and extensive lesson notes, sign up for a free trial membership here: https://fiddlehed.com/subscribe 00:53 Cripple Creek 01:48 A Major scale 01:57 D Major scale 02:09 Part A - 1st half with finger diagram 03:26 Part A - 2nd half with finger diagram 04:48 Part A played 05:32 Part B - 1st half with finger diagram 06:25 Part B - 2nd half (same as Part A - 2nd half) 07:10 Part B played Each week I post a new lesson to the site with tabs, sheet music, play-along tracks and commentary. These are FREE for one week: http://fiddlehed.co/newLessons Stuff that is permanently FREE on FiddleHed: Fiddling For Absolute Beginners, Modules 1.1 - 1.4 28 free tune lessons and 28 free technique lessons in a carefully organized progression from easy to hard. The basic course starts with the FUNdamentals of holding the fiddle, bowing, fingering, scales and tunes. Everything you need to get going! http://fiddlehed.co/bowingIntro Free Downloads Ever-expanding library of free stuff to help you learn: http://fiddlehed.co/downloads -The Little FiddleHed Tunebook -Master Tune Cheat Sheet -Practice Calendar Play every day, have fun 😀 and thanks for taking part 🙏 Now, go fiddle with it...🎻 ❤️ Fiddlehed
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In this lesson Ian Walsh teaches the classic traditional Bluegrass fiddle tune "Cripple Creek". The full lesson + the sheet music + MP3 practice tracks are available at www.OnlineLessonVideos.com! Thanks! Enjoy!
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http://RedDesertFiddle.com This video is a tool for students in my fiddle class. It is a "Play-Along" to help them learn the fiddle tunes whether they can read music or not. Red Desert Fiddle is dedicated to helping ANYONE learn to play fiddle, regardless of who you are, where you are, what life has dished out to you, or what you have in your bank account. Subscribe to this Red Desert Fiddle channel so you don't miss anything! Find out about all my online offerings at these links: Suzuki Book 1 for total violin beginners: http://www.RedDesertViolin.com/onlinelessons Suzuki Book 2 for beginning to intermediate violin students: http://www.RedDesertViolin.com/suzukibook2 Beginning Fiddle Class for those who can already have violin skills, but need help learning fiddle styles: http://RedDesertFiddle.com Beginning Clawhammer Banjo with Larry Unger for people want to expand their horizons! http://www.RedDesertBanjo.com More exciting classes on the way, including Irish and Old Time fiddle repertoire, Suzuki Book 3 and 4, and kids' fiddle classes.
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Tommy Jarrell and string band at the Edwards-Franklin House during the annual Sonker Festival, Mount Airy, North Carolina, July 23, 1983. Jarrell (fiddle and vocal); Chester McMillian (guitar); Frank Bodie (guitar and vocal); Ray Chatfield (five-string banjo). [03.23.06]
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Visit my website: http://www.violinshack.com Enter my Current Contest: http://www.violinshack.com/contest Sign Up for my FREE Weekly Classes: http://www.violinshack.com/webinar-classes Youtube Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=violintutorpro GET SOCIAL: Facebook Page: http://www.facebook.com/violintutorpro Main Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/theviolinshackcommunity/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/violinshack/ Browse my Blog: http://www.violinshack.com/blog Helpful Articles: Complete Guide to Starting Violin: goo.gl/mK9WNb Complete Vibrato Guide: goo.gl/8XptMs Browse my Store: https://www.violinshack.com/store/ Browse my Violins: http://www.violinshack.com/violins Browse my Bows: http://www.violinshack.com/violin-bows http://www.violintutorpro.com http://www.superiorviolins.com In this video we show you how to play the famous fiddle tune Cripple Creek. This song is very famous and known by many fiddle players. Cripple Creek in this video is shown in the key of A Major and Cripple Creek has a lot of eighth notes and crossovers. Check next week on Fiddle Friday some fun new fiddle tunes to learn and play!
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http://www.violinadventures.com Cripple Creek is an Appalachian folk song. It is played on the fiddle but also on the banjo. No one knows exactly when it was composed, but there are some theories. A cripple creek is a meandering or a crooked stream. And it could refer to Cripple Creek, Virginia. Or it could refer to the Cripple Creek, Colorado, labor troubles during the gold rush. It was frequently recorded by early country musicians in the 1920s. I am an adult beginner violinist and it's nice to play a fiddle tune now and then while practicing etudes and other techniques. I'll be uploading other fiddle tunes as well. I'm practicing several fiddle songs from this Beginner Fiddle Collection http://www.virtualsheetmusic.com/score/FiddleCollection.html?af=violin911. I really love this collection of 25 fiddle tunes. They are fun and all come with piano accompaniment to play along! I hope till next time. ;-) Meanwhile if you're a beginner (or not so beginner) violinist too, you're welcome to participate in the forum on my website http://www.violinadventures.com/forums. It's a nice place to meet other adult violinists and share inspiration and experiences.
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FiddleHed is the fun way to learn fiddling online! For play-along tracks, sheet music, color-coded tabs and extensive lesson notes, sign up for a free trial membership here: https://fiddlehed.com/subscribe Here's a step-by-step lesson which will show you how to add variation to Cripple Creek. 00:53 Cripple Creek 01:48 A Major scale 01:57 D Major scale 02:09 Part A - 1st half with finger diagram 03:26 Part A - 2nd half with finger diagram 04:48 Part A played 05:32 Part B - 1st half with finger diagram 06:25 Part B - 2nd half (same as Part A - 2nd half) 07:10 Part B played A good rule of thumb for adding variation is to take it away and play a simple, basic version of the phrase or tune. A related practice would be to take a phrase from the tune (or a quarter) and alternate between playing the basic version and a variation version. Try doing that in a continuous loop. Ultimately, I hope this lesson helps you explore ways to add variation on your own to any tune you play. In this way you'll find your voice as a fiddler and a musician. Yay. A part first half: (E0-1-2)-3-2-3-1-0-A2-0-2-3-E0-1-A3-E0 second half: A0-1-2-1-0-2-1-0-D2-0-1-2-A0-1-0 B part first half: (A0-1)-2-2-2-1-0-D2-1-A2-E0-A0 second half: A0-1-2-1-0-2-1-0-D2-0-1-2-A0-1-0 Each week I post a new lesson to the site with tabs, sheet music, play-along tracks and commentary. These are FREE for one week: http://fiddlehed.co/newLessons Stuff that is permanently FREE on FiddleHed: Fiddling For Absolute Beginners, Modules 1.1 - 1.4 28 free tune lessons and 28 free technique lessons in a carefully organized progression from easy to hard. The basic course starts with the FUNdamentals of holding the fiddle, bowing, fingering, scales and tunes. Everything you need to get going! http://fiddlehed.co/bowingIntro Free Downloads Ever-expanding library of free stuff to help you learn: http://fiddlehed.co/downloads -The Little FiddleHed Tunebook -Master Tune Cheat Sheet -Practice Calendar Play every day, have fun 😀 and thanks for taking part 🙏 Now, go fiddle with it...🎻 ❤️ Fiddlehed
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Violin Song Demonstration - Main Melody and Fingering to Cripple Creek, presented by Mari Haig. To print the notes and / or sheet music for this video and many others go to danmans.com
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Welcome to The Tune Project! In today's episode, I walk you through, step-by-step, how to play Cripple Creek on the violin! Close-up of the fingers included. Once you've learned the tune, be sure to stick around for my play-along video where we can play through this tune together at a slow, medium, and fast tempo! Be sure to leave a comment below if there are any tunes you’d like for me to do in the future, and please SUBSCRIBE! ❤ Cripple Creek Play-Along Video: https://youtu.be/Teo5i1YJuzY Support me on Patreon ☞ https://www.patreon.com/the_tune_project New to the Tune Project community? ☞ It is my goal to create, inspire, and bring joy to YOU on a weekly basis through music. I upload every Monday and Thursday. I teach lessons via Skype! ☞ https://takelessons.com/profile/lauren-d6 Follow me on social media! ☞ Instagram: @the_tune_project Facebook: https://facebook.com/ldviolin Bandcamp: https://laurendouglas.bandcamp.com/music Much love! xx
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Back up on the mountain to play some Cripple Creek on the fiddle..This well known tune is a jam session favorite, seems like everyone likes it! Thanks to Mr. Alvin Stacy for teaching me this song on the Dobro four years ago, without his help and inspiration I probably wouldnt have gotten into bluegrass music :)
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Violin Song Demonstration - Variations on Cripple Creek, using sixteenth notes and slurs, presented by Mari Haig. To print the notes and / or sheet music for this video and many others go to danmans.com
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QUEM QUISER A PARTITURA DESTA MÚSICA, É SÓ ENTRAR EM CONTATO COMIGO PELO EMAIL : If you wants the sheet music of this song just contact me in this e-mail : [email protected] American Folk Song Arr. Michael Allen Violinista : Tito Esteves Por : Michael Allen, Robert Gillespie e Pamela Tellejohn Hayes Editora : Hal Leonard Corporation
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March 21, 2010 We are the Burleson Family Band playing Cripple Creek. Michelle (mom) upright bass, Jered (son)(21) guitar, Hannah (Jered's wife) (23) fiddle, Jessica (daughter) (16) guitar, Scott (son) (15) mandolin. We live in Northern Arkansas (The Ozarks). Hope you enjoy!!
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Hobart Smith (May 10, 1897—January 11, 1965) was an American old-time musician. Smith was famous for his virtuosistic performances on the banjo even if he also mastered other instruments as fiddle, guitar, piano, accordion, harmonica and organ. He appeared togheter with his sister, Texas Gladden, on a series of Library of Congress recordings made in 1940s and at various music festivals during the 1960s folk music revival. This song is the first track of the CD "Instrumental music of Southern Appalachians". The CD contains a series of field recordings made by the ethnomusicologist and Tradition label founder Diane Hamilton (the only child of the millionaire Harry Frank Guggenheim) during a trip to Virginia and North Carolina in the summer of 1956. Her works inspired the Library of Congress to make subsequent recordings of some of the artist that she gathered in this CD. I don't owe the rights of this song. Enjoy I recently run a web magazine about travelling http://ontravelwriting.com. Please give it a look if you like this video, and help my project grows! Thanks a lot!
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Ryan's site - http://www.captainfiddle.com Ryan sings Cripple Creek and fiddles an up tempo version of Rag Time Annie. This video was recorded at a coffeehouse performance in The Unitarian Universalist Church of Greater Lynn, in Swampscott, Massachusetts. Ryan was invited to perform as "Captain Fiddle," and he brought along instruments which included flute, fiddle, accordion, pennywhistle, and banjo which appear in other uploaded videos. He is accompanied by Steve Brown on percussion instruments, and Jeff Lind on standup bass. Visit Ryan's web site for information on his performances, instructional videos, books, and recordings.
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