This is an online fiddle lesson for the celtic tune "The Irish Washerwoman."
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Skill Level: Intermediate
Key of G
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Video #1: Here is a video of me playing the celtic tune "Irish Washerwoman."
http://toni-bijoux.com/product/sterling-silver-polished-white-cz-chain-dangle-post-earrings/ Full Report "The Irish Washerwoman" is a traditional Irish jig whose melody is familiar to many people in the British Isles and North America. It repeats its refrain several times, sometimes by gradually increasing in tempo until being played very fast before coming to a sudden stop. The tune has lyrics, but is typically rendered as an instrumental. It is one of the melodies played when Scottish highland dancers dance a Scottish dance to the tune of an Irish Jig.