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    • #59718
      Garrison Kammer
      Participant

      This is an old Irish tune that does not have a tutorial on this site. However I did draw heavily from the Irish Journey to try and add ornamentation. Looking online I couldn’t find a version for solo fiddle, so I came up with my own arrangement. Performed at a wedding recently to the delight of the bride and groom.

      -GK

      (also, didn’t realize how loud my baby’s cooing was in the beginning, lol)

    • #59731
      jason kleinberg
      Keymaster

      This is so sweet! You really sound good. I like hearing the baby in the background.

    • #59744
      Joanne Iles
      Participant

      Really lovely! Both the tune & your playing! Thank you for sharing.

    • #59767
      Owen
      Participant

      Garrison, that is a fine tune. I love the lower octave parts and the embellishments. Thanks‼️

    • #59772
      Debbie Hill
      Participant

      Very nice! Nice vibrato.

    • #60609
      Marg Sherringham
      Participant

      Oh, that was so beautiful Garrison, very tender, no wonder your baby was cooing along. You seem to have a natural feel for the music and the fiddle, very inspiring. Thanks for posting. 🙂

    • #60634
      castanu92
      Participant

      That was awesome! Thanks for sharing. Sounded great loved the double stop accents!

    • #60652
      Chris Czainski
      Participant

      That was very lovely. Thank you.

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