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Soldiers Joy - Moderate - Matt Brown (25) - Old-Time Fiddle Lesson, Vol. 1 (CD, Album)

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  1. Matt Brown — Old-Time Fiddle Lesson Vol 1. $ Discount: 20%; Size, Mb: ; Format: MP3, kbps. About File Formats. MP3 is a digital audio format without digital rights management (DRM) technology. Because our MP3s have no DRM, you can play it on any device that supports MP3, even on your iPod! Soldier's Joy - Moderate:
  2. Soldier’s Joy is an old-time fiddle tune dating back to at least the ’s. In this lesson, Champion Fiddler, Matthew Hartz, walks you through the tune. As with all of our lessons, slow and fast accompaniment tracks are included as well as slow and fast instructional audio.
  3. The Fiddle | home. How to Use Fiddle Tabs | Red River Valley | Soldier's Joy | Turkey in the Straw | Waltz Across Texas | When Johnny Comes Marching Home | Major Chords for the Fiddle. Soldier's Joy.
  4. Sail Away Ladies There are a lot of versions of the old-time fiddle tune “Sail Away Ladies,” but the one recorded by Uncle Bunt Stephens in the s is a great way to learn some Southern-style old-time bowing. It’s a simple melody, but the bowing and rhythm of the phrases can be tricky.
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  6. Soldier's Joy Lyrics: Continental soldiers on a bivouac / Were playin' stud poker in a mountain shack / Every vigilante laid down his hand / When the captain of the guard gave a sharp command / So.
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  8. May 12,  · Early versions of "Soldier's Joy" can be traced to a Scottish source as far back as ; variants can be found in Scandinavia, the French Alps, and Newfoundland (Linda Burman‑Hall, "Southern American Folk Fiddle Styles," Ethnomusicology, vol. 19, #1, Jan. ).
  9. "Joy to the World" was written by English hymn writer Isaac Watts, based on Psalm 98 in the Bible. The song was first published in in Watts' collection; The Psalms of David: Imitated in the language of the New Testament, and applied to the Christian state and worship.

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