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Swing Fiddle DVD by Paul Anastasio. For Fiddle. Solos. Ridge Runner. Instructional video. Swing. Intermediate. DVD. Duration 60 minutes. Published by Ridge Runner Videos (MB.PA60DVD). Learn all about improvising swing fiddle from the master. Paul shows you how to use double neighboring tones, moving and syncopated patterns. Learn the blues scales and horn licks. You'll play to the changes to eight tunes: Blues(in E-flat and G); Honeysuckle Rose; Sweet Georgia Brown; Paper Moon; I Can't Give You Anything But Love; I Found a New Baby; and Exactly Like You. Close up and slowed down versions of the songs make learning easy. Includes music notation on screen and as a printable PDF file on the DVD.

Instruments: Violin, Fiddle, Strings, Folk
Genres: Swing, Jazz & Blues
By Joe Carr. For Fiddle. Solos. Western Swing. Beginning-Intermediate. Book/CD Set. 56 pages. Published by Mel Bay Publications, Inc

Pages: 56
Instruments: Violin, Fiddle, Strings, Folk
Genres: Swing, Jazz & Blues
Backup Trax: Swing & Jazz for Guitar, Violin, Mandolin, Banjo, Flute & C Instruments by Dix Bruce. For Fretted. Play Along. Backup Trax. Swing play along. Beginning. Book/CD Set. 48 pages. Published by Mel Bay Publications, Inc (MB.94344BCD). ISBN 9780786623440. Swing play along. 8.5x11 inches. With this book/CD package you'll learn melodies and practice soloing on 12 of the most popular and important chord progressions in the swing and jazz repertoire - cycle of fifths; major and minor progressions with II-V-I, I-VI-II-V-I, I-III-VI-II-V chord changes; major, minor, and 6/8 blues; and much more-- all based on favorite swing and jazz hits. Play along with a hot string rhythm section: featuring guitar, mandolin and bass with lead melodies played on tenor sax. Each melody appears in standard notation for C instruments, guitar tablature, and mandolin tablature. The recording features all of the tunes at slow and regular speeds. Melodies to the tunes are recorded at about one-half speed with only guitar accompaniment before each track with the full band. Instruments are isolated for maximum flexibility. By adjusting the balance control on your stereo you can hear 1) the full band; 2) guitar and bass only (you play the lead melody from the book); or 3) mandolin, melody, and bass only (you play rhythm).

Pages: 48
Instruments: Flute, Violin, Electric Guitar, Mandolin, Woodwinds, Strings, Guitar, Folk
Genres: Swing, Jazz & Blues