Lesson ID: A0145

“Angeline the Baker”, also known as “Angelina Baker”, is an old traditional song that was written by Stephen Foster and published in 1850. Foster was one of the first commercial pop composers and he wrote “Angelina Baker” for a group called Christy Minstrels. Since 1850, this song has been recorded by several artists and it’s become a standard for country and bluegrass jams. In this guitar lesson, you’ll learn two flatpicking breaks for “Angeline the Baker” along with tips for playing the rhythm guitar part.

Lesson Overview

Angeline the Baker - Guitar Lesson

Angeline the Baker - Guitar Lesson

Arrangement 1

Video 1 – Playthrough with Tablature

Helpful Tip: Remember to use the video player’s AB loop feature and video speed controls.
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Preview-low-playthrough-angeline-the-baker

Video 2 – Full Lesson Breakdown

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Preview-full-breakdown-round-1

Arrangement 2

Video 1 – Playthrough with Tablature

Helpful Tip: Remember to use the video player’s AB loop feature and video speed controls.
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Preview-high-playthrough-angeline-the-baker

Video 2 – Full Lesson Breakdown

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Preview-breakdown-round-2-angeline-the-baker

Chord Progression

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Backing Track

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