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St. Anne’s Reel

“St. Anne’s Reel” is one of the most common bluegrass fiddle tunes that you’ll hear at bluegrass jams. The exact origin of this song is unknown, but it is usually considered to be of French Canadian origin and attributed to the great Quebecois fiddler Joseph Allard. “St. Anne’s Reel” is traditionally played on the fiddle, but it has also become a favorite flatpicking tune for many bluegrass guitarists.

You could run across different variations of this song at a bluegrass jam. We’ll tab out a common way to play the rhythm guitar part in the key of D.


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