The country fiddle is an instrument that you need to be able to touch and hold in order to play. Unlike the drums, which you can click on online sites to make various sounds, the fiddle must be played with one in hand. However, there are lots of places online where you can take country fiddle lessons, learn more about the fiddle, play along with videos, and play the fiddle when you are online. This type of playing fiddle online can help you learn how to master the instrument and get lots of practice.
Things You'll Need
- Fiddle or violin
Learn with video and audio lessons at Online Fiddle Lesson. You can get fiddle tabs and read fiddle music, and learn how to play the country fiddle by watching and listening to the videos and audio clips. You can also read more about the fiddle and how to play it at this site. One of the most important lessons the site will teach you is how to place your fingers on particular frets to create different notes when you bow. The site has a chart of various fingerings for each different note.
Visit Fiddle Guru to take more fiddle lessons and also learn about the history and importance of the country fiddle. You can also find links to other types of fiddle music, information about fiddle concerts and performances, and places to meet other people who are learning or who have learned to play the fiddle. Fiddle Guru will also show you different ways to hold the fiddle, such as under your chin or in your arms, so you can produce different noises.
Go to Fiddle Hub for more information about fiddles in general, and for advice and video lessons from real fiddle experts. You can gather information about the various types of country fiddle music that exist, and you can practice playing your fiddle by following the masters. The Fiddle Hub lessons will pair you with a fiddle master, who will listen to you and watch videos of your lessons to give you individualized instruction.
Go to Instrument Master to get sheet music, watch video lessons, and discover reasons why you should learn to play the fiddle. You can get free lessons, pay for more in-depth lessons, or play around with your fiddle while listening to audio clips. At Instrument Master, you can practice and continue to learn on your own time.
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