Free Resources

FOR CAJUN & CREOLE FIDDLERS

The more you play, the more progress you make. So if you find yourself short on time, budget, or both, our free resources can keep you fiddling away to your goal...even when things are tight!

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The Vlog

Searching YouTube takes up a lot of time, and some videos leave you disappointed or more unsure than before. The Vlog is a video blog that mixes history with techniques made Cajun-famous by some of Louisiana’s greatest fiddlers. Every episode includes a tune or two from the good old days, played slow enough for replicating on your own. Hear real-world examples of Cajun & Creole traditional tunes, crafted for you, the developing player.

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Chord Charts

Learning by ear is an important technique for fiddlers, and for players who already understand some music theory, this can be a shortcut to better understand the ins and outs of the tunes. The most common chords are now free and available for you to pull up on your phone while you’re working on solidifying a new song. With chords at your fingertips, jamming with bass and guitar will be a breeze. Having a visual guide to the shape of the tune itself will give you new options for fiddling freedom!

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FREE RESOURCES

FOR CAJUN & CREOLE FIDDLERS

The more you play, the more progress you make. So if you find yourself short on time, budget, or both, our free resources can keep you fiddling away to your goal...even when things are tight!

Leave a tip in my virtual hat

The Vlog

Searching YouTube takes up a lot of time, and some videos leave you disappointed or more unsure than before. The Vlog is a video blog that mixes history with techniques made Cajun-famous by some of Louisiana’s greatest fiddlers. Every episode includes a tune or two from the good old days, played slow enough for replicating on your own. Hear real-world examples of Cajun & Creole traditional tunes, crafted for you, the developing player.

Explore The Vlog

Chord Charts

Learning by ear is an important technique for fiddlers, and for players who already understand some music theory, this can be a shortcut to better understand the ins and outs of the tunes. The most common chords are now free and available for you to pull up on your phone while you’re working on solidifying a new song. With chords at your fingertips, jamming with bass and guitar will be a breeze. Having a visual guide to the shape of the tune itself will give you new options for fiddling freedom!

Download free fiddle charts

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