New Irish Fiddle Book and CD by Tom Morley

We haven't seen many new Irish Fiddle Tutorial book of late so this new one simply titled Irish Trad Fiddle by Tom Morley will no doubt be a good addition.  We may follow up with a review if we get our hands on a copy.  "Learn to Play Irish Trad Fiddle is a collection of 50 classic Irish jigs, reels, polkas and other tunes with playing hints, counting tips, authentic bow techniques and more, plus a look into the history of many of the tunes.

Written for advanced beginner and intermediate students of any age, learning any style of music, it can be used as primary instruction or as supplemental material with any string method. It includes an accompanying CD of solo fiddle versions of all the tunes played at a comfortable speed so that students can learn from the written music, by ear while listening to the CD, or a combination of both. Learn to Play Irish Trad Fiddle will appeal to students with either classical or fiddling background, string educators and self-taught players."

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Comment by Tom Morley on January 7, 2014 at 21:32

Thanks for mentioning my book here on TradConnect! Much appreciated. The book has received very positive reviews in both Fiddler magazine (Fall 2013) and Irish Music magazine (Sept. 2013). I've received orders for the book from players and string teachers across the U.S. and hope to connect with players in Ireland and beyond as well. I hope TradConnect readers will check out my website ( to read more about the tutorial, see sample pages, and read what others are saying about the book. I love sharing my passion for Irish traditional music and Irish fiddling in particular!

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