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Flatpicking Guitar Magazine, Volume 15, Number 3 March / April 2011



 
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The March/April 2011 issue of the Flatpicking Guitar Magazine includes:
We have a 68-minute Audio CD to accompany this issue!

Our Second Special Fiddle Tune Issue!  20 Fiddle Tune, two variations each

Welcome to the March/April 2011 issue of Flatpicking Guitar Magazine. This issue is the 3rd edition of our 15th Volume and here we present our second special fiddle tune issue featuring all guest columnists. We presented the first special fiddle tune issue back a couple of years ago in Volume 13, Number 4 and it was so well received by our readers, we decided to do it again. In this issue our guest columnist present 2 arrangements each of twenty fiddle tune standards. So grab your guitar! It is time to expand your fiddle tune repertoire and learn some new solos for some of your favorite tunes! We hope that you enjoy this issue of Flatpicking Guitar Magazine!

Features:

Contributors Bio's
"An Approach to Fiddle Tunes" by Aaron McCloskey
Old Joe Clark arranged by Aaron McCloskey
"Scale Practice" by Dan Miller
Phat Stats and Fab Facts by Adam Granger

Columns:

Alabama Jubilee arranged by Rick Williams
Angeline the Baker arranged by Eric Lambert
Big Sandy River arranged by Mike Gurzi
Big Sciota arranged by Dan Geib
Bonaparte's Retreat arranged by Dale Adkins
Cattle in the Cane arranged by Avril Smith
Devil's Dream arranged by Doug Yeomans
Elzic's Farewell arranged by Tim May
Farewell Blues arranged by Molly Tuttle
Fisher's Hornpipe arranged by Scott Fore
Goodbye Liza Jane arranged by Joe McColley
Leather Britches arranged by Paige Anderson
Liberty arranged by Robert Bowlin
Lonesome Reuben arranged by Jake Workman
Rickett's Hornpipe arranged by Greg Morton
Sally Goodin' arranged by Jim Nunally
St. Anne's Reel arranged by Ed Dodson
Stoney Creek arranged by Jeremy Fritts
The Girl I Left Behind arranged by Dillon Hodges

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