Online Workshop Series #26: The Least Common Tune Types

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While we have already covered “less common tune types” it is now time to cover the least common of all the types of tunes you may encounter in a session environment such as: Hop Jigs, Single Jigs, Barndances, Slides and Strathspeys. We will learn how to identity each type of tune and learn the proper way to accompany them using plenty of musical examples. These types of tunes may only account for a small percentage of the common tunes played, however, it is important to be able to distinguish them from other tunes and be able to provide a solid accompaniment.

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Online Workshop Series Package Deal - #26 Through #28

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Jacob is offering a package deal for the next three workshops in the series (#26, #27, #28). Save $10 now if you purchase this package deal prior to workshop #26.

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Online Workshop Series #27: How to Accompany Slow Tunes

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When participating in a session, it is common to have the odd slow tune played here and there and it is important to know how to accompany it, or if you even should provide accompaniment. While some slower tunes such as Marches, Waltzes and Mazurkas have a fairly rhythmic structure, other types of tunes such as Airs (also commonly called Slow Airs) can be a little more confusing because of their often-freer form rhythmic structure. We will learn how to identify which tunes should be played (or not) and how to provide a tasteful accompaniment.

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