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Jammin’ by Bob Marley

Here’s an iconic Reggae rock tune by Bob Marley. I’ve kind of consolidated the melody into an EZ repeatable version for you here. I at first tried to transcribe Marley’s exact vocal performance (which was very time consuming as, in the loose Reggae way, he did not sing a single

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Bow Finger Flow

This might not be exciting stuff to watch, I know… but I supply it by request.  It seems that some students benefit from seeing me bow this way.  Keeping all your joints moving and flexible is not unfamiliar territory for those of you who are Classically trained, but is a great

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Moods of the Modes

Modes!  The word might sound scary to some, and very un-fun and theoretical, but relax… in the usual Fiddle Jam Method way, I’ll attempt to make these very useful things, simple to understand. Introducing the (Greek) names: Ionian, Dorian, Phrygian, Lydian, Mixolydian, Aeolian, Locrian… What AAP members will get to

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Musical Priest – Irish/Celtic tune

Being a metaphysically oriented guy, I kind of think of myself as always aspiring to be a musical priest of sorts.  A priest of jamming!  ;~)  This tune caught my eye, just for its title at first, but I’ve grow to love it.  My students seem to like it

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