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Fiddle Lessons: "Kitchen Girl"

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[MUSIC]
Okay, we're going to play
a tune about a kitchen girl, and she's sad
because she's stuck in the kitchen.
We're just going to play the second half
of this tune for
now, but it's a great little minor tune.
I, I really want you to learn it and get
comfortable with the minor feeling,
so I'm gonna go pretty slow here,
one of the nice things about this tune is
that it starts with a little,
tiny bit of the minor scale, it's in A
minor and it starts on A.
So here's what it sounds like.
[MUSIC]
So I'm gonna play that again real slow.
One, two, three, four.
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Okay, so, we got,.
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I'm gonna do that again.
So I want you to just answer me as I play
the phase, I'm going to play the phase,
and I'm going to leave a space for you to
play it back to me.
Okay, here we go, one, two, three, four.
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[MUSIC]
Again.
[MUSIC]
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So, all together, it sounds like this.
[MUSIC]
Right?
Okay, second part is a little two note
pick up, and
then it goes to the A note, so it sounds
like this, one, two, three.
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[MUSIC]
So, just scales.
Right?
It starts with a-
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and
then scale up
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and
then,
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So it sounds like two, three.
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And, then, the first part again.
One, two, three, four.
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And, then-
Again pick up, tune pickup notes.
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And then
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So we have.
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So as the whole thing sounds like this.
One, two, three, four
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[SOUND].
So that's the whole thing.
I'm gonna play again, give you a chance to
answer me with these sections.
One, two, three, four.
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[MUSIC]
Okay. One more time, really slow, and then
we'll have it with a little rhythm.
One, two, three.
And.
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[MUSIC]
Okay, great, so let's have,
have it with a rhythm.
One, two-
Three, four.
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