Rubber Dolly

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  • #52831
    John (BGD)
    John (BGD)
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    This is an online fiddle lesson for the tune “Rubber Dolly” in the key of A. This lesson was brought to you by Steve Srader. Thanks Steve!

    See the full post at: Rubber Dolly

    #52840
    cricket
    cricket
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    That is so cool! Nice singing and video effects…great playing, of course, as always! I didn’t have time to watch the actual lessons yet, but is this in C?  I know bu and Push has to be in C to do those double shuffles…C is a rough way to go.  I’m coming back to this later…gotta learn it!  Thanks for another great lesson…I’m sure Steve will be excited to see it.

    #52841
    Steve Srader
    Steve Srader
    Participant

    Thanks so much This will be and is one of my have to do tunes ,

    #52843
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    Bruce
    Participant

    John,

    Thanks so much for this one.  Been on my list to learn for long time.

    In fact, I when heard a young girl playing it at the Ozark Folk Center in Mountain View Arkansas it was my motivation to learn to play a fiddle!!

    #52860
    Justine
    Justine
    Participant

    Beautiful rendition of this great song!

    #52914
    John (BGD)
    John (BGD)
    Keymaster

    Thanks everyone. I had always ignored this one in favor of Back Up And Push, but now I’ve grown to love it.

    #59193
    John (BGD)
    John (BGD)
    Keymaster

    I just added a 90 bpm slow-play video of the Doughboy version at Steve’s requsts. 🙂

    #59212
    Frederick
    Frederick
    Participant

    I think I’m like John (presumptuous, perhaps) in that I play Rubber Dolly in A and Back Up And Push in C. That way I get two distinct shuffles, one for each key.

    #59323
    John (BGD)
    John (BGD)
    Keymaster

    That’s right! In my mind that’s the main difference between the two.

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