Here’s a simple version of a classic bluegrass tune called “Lonesome Fiddle Blues”. This tune was created by one of my favorite fiddlers, Vassar Clements.
I played it on “The Fiddle That Michael Gave Away” which was handmade by a FiddleHed subscriber. We’re giving it away in a contest. Click here to enter.
The A part of the tune is in D minor, the B part is in G major (mostly – it gets a little weird at the end when it goes to A major). I generally like to play tunes slower like this…mainly because it feels right. The faster it goes, the less the melody stands out.
Learn the tune here: Lonesome Fiddle Blues
Thanks ferrr watchin’!
3 responses to “Lonesome Fiddle Blues – performance”
That’s a bouncy little tune … fun to learn I think. Fantastic thing to do, giving away that very pretty fiddle. Good job Michael 👏👏
Some day. Just as fun trying.
Way cool !!!