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Check Out All of Our Upcoming Workshops

Bach Family Album Tunes for Two Workshop
with Debby Greenblatt

featuring tunes from the “Bach Family Album Tunes for Two” series
for folks who play violin, viola, cello, bass, mandolin, soprano recorder, and/or alto recorder

Tuesday, February 7, 2023 at 7:00 PM (CT)
Wednesday, February 8, 2023 at 10:00 AM (CT)
Friday, February 10, 2023 at 7:00 PM (CT)

Pre-registration is required.

Private Online Music Lessons
Both Debby and David are now offering private online music lessons via Zoom
from the Old Avoca Schoolhouse.

Greenblatt & Seay Publications

featuring arrangements for violins, violas, cellos, basses, mandolins, and recorders

Here is a selection of our easiest to play music collections in our Tunes for Two series...

Easy Animal Tunes for Two

33 kid-friendly tunes arranged for two instruments and voice, with chords for back-up musicians

English Fiddle Tunes for Two for Two

includes easy arrangements of hornpipes, jigs, maggots, polkas, waltzes, etc.

Playford English Country Dance Tunes for Two

37 of the tunes from John Playford’s 1651 book “The English Dancing Master”

Singing Fiddling Tunes for Two

34 traditional and original tunes are arranged for two instruments, with chords for back-up musicians included

Recent Review for
Cajun Fiddle Tunes for Two
Canadian Fiddle Tunes for Two
French Fiddle Tunes for Two
“These three books are perfect for anyone wanting to not only learn French traditional tunes for fiddle playing, but also to see the French influence on songs that became popular in the Americas. The French compilation contains many simple and well-recognized tunes such as ‘Free Jacques’ and ‘Au Clair De la Lune’ as well as a number of French versions of polkas, schottisches, and other dance tunes. The Cajun compilation covers many recognizable tunes that one may not immediately know the titles of. It is also very dance tune-heavy in content, which is expected of that culture. The Canadian compilation pulls in a few tunes from each regional style (Quebecois, Cape Breton, Ottawa Valley), but also shows the English influence on Canadian fiddling. Like all of Greenblatt’s work, the trio of texts highlighted here are easy to follow and include chord progressions for guitar/piano accompaniment. These are truly recommended for anyone interested in European culture influencing music in the US and Canada”
...Matt Merta Fiddler Magazine, Spring 2021

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