When Eck Robertson made the first recording of “Sally Goodin” in 1922, the violin’s popularity as a musical instrument soared. After all, with only four strings, this little gem could not only play rhythm, but could also tow two melodies at the same time. And, it’s portable!
Fiddle tunes soon spread throughout the world, and the different styles reflected the regions they came from. What better way to learn and understand more about this music than to hear it? Here are ten of my favorite fiddle tunes, many of which have become standards in bluegrass.
Original Source: 10 Favorite Fiddle Tunes – Student Blog