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Cross and Alternate Cajun & Creole  

Fiddle Breakdown Series

When you go to Cajun jams nowadays you usually tune your fiddle down and leave it that way. But in the old days, fiddle players would tune differently, for different tunes. Much like Appalachia, Cajuns used cross tunings and these are a few of those tunes.

Tunes include: Blues à Bébé • Bon Whiskey • Cajun Black Mountain Rag • Cotillion • Indian on a Stump • Malheureuse/Old Cajun Waltz

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$92 USD

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You will have:
  • 6 fiddle tunes taught at a fun and relaxed pace
  • The confidence to add cross tuning to your repertoire
  • Tips geared towards staying inspired
  • Lifetime access to all materials
  • Bonus materials including tablature, notation, and charts
  • Access to The Community, where you can post new discussions, and contribute to old ones
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$5 USD

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