An Fonn is Déanaí a d’Fhoghlaim Mé–Timmy Clifford’s Jig

I had a fiddle lesson today (always a pleasure, thanks Amanda!) and learned Timmy Clifford’s jig, in G. It starts right down at the lowest note on the fiddle, so it’s great for getting used to hanging out on that G string. (tee hee!) It’s got plenty of opportunity for rolls, too, if you need to practice those. I was thinking it might be good to follow it with Jerry’s Beaver Hat. Look that one up yourself!

Here are two fine examples of Timmy Clifford’s, gleaned from the Tube of You.

 

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