Welcome to your bonus holiday tune collection!
These tunes were hand-picked by me to ensure that there is a tune for every level of player. Make sure you download your audio recordings so you can take me anywhere you need to go! Please work through the videos with your instrument and bow in hand.
[Note: If you have any trouble playing the videos (the video pauses, is glitchy, etc), then click the blue HD button in the playback bar (shown below). Doing so turns off high definition, but the playback is then less demanding on your computer and internet connection. If the button is gray, clicking HD will turn high-definition on.]
Download your audio tracks and sheet music here.
Watch the videos as often as you like to help you learn the tunes. Whether you play these for holiday parties, family, friends, or alone at home, HAVE FUN! (I know I had fun making them!)
Love All through the night!!! you play it so beautifully. will be great to try double stops. Thanks for doing these! Great tutorials as usual!
I am SO glad you like “All Through the Night”. It’s great for vibrato, tone, expression, plus, man, the double stops and the high stuff is a good challenge for you Book 4 students. It makes me very happy that you like it. That song is special to me.
Do you have anything other than xmas songs??? Not everyone celebrates xmas. Thank you!!! 🙂
The Holiday Collection includes “Auld Lang Syne”, the Scottish song for New Year’s celebrations, it also includes the lullaby “All Through the Night”, which isn’t a Christmas tune.
I personally wish there was a good tune for Winter Solstice!
But no, the collection has a mix of religious, secular, and non-Christmas holiday tunes.
If you aren’t happy with the selections, I will cheerfully refund your purchase. Not a problem. Let me know what you’d like me to do! 🙂
It’s ALL good.
No offense taken here, glad none on your end.
Send me your suggestions for next year! I’m all ears!