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Many people ask how to learn Devil went down to Georgia on the fiddle. This is a very popular fiddle piece that is a country ...
music song by Charlie Daniels. Devil went down to Georgia is taught on violin from beginning to end in this 3 part series. Distributed by Tubemogul.
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Hello and welcome to part three on how to play Devil Went Down in Georgia on the violin. And we have the finale now part three how to play Johnny’s Part at the very ending. This is the part that everyone knows and wants to learn. Actually there are quite a few notes that you have to learn to play this part. It’s not really hard. So I'm kind of walk you through each note slowly so you can grasp what you need to practice to learn this part. And ah when we learn the ending then we’re all set.
So let’s start at the beginning here and this is right after the introduction to Jonny part that we just learned in part three. And then it’s going to go right into Johnny part which is going to be two E’s and then well one on the E. E, G, one F natural, open E, A three D, E, A one, three one. So that part will sound a little bit faster. That brings us right here and then A three, E three, A three, E zero. So that’s the whole section right here. Now what we should do is play that three times, over and over again and that’s going to have like a tag ending to get into the next line. So let’s just do that line together.
Now, do F three times and the ending tags is going to be—and it will bring us into the second line and it’s going to be E three, G natural. This is going to be actually F sharp, E three, E zero, E three and then C sharp, open A, E one, A two sharp, A one, A zero. There’s going to be F sharp D two high, open D, E one, E two, F sharp, open A, A four.
So now what we’re going to do is a triple A two, A one, A zero this is C of sharp. So triple that and then we’re going to do that on those last like ten notes three times and one more time. And on the third day after that the tag is going to be—which is right here. And then a G, G one, G three, D zero –hold it a little bit longer. You're going to slide into a F natural, D two. So let’s do this second line slowly.
So that whole part is Johnny’s part and then we’re going to learn the ending tag, but let’s get this up to speed a little bit to Johnny’s part and it goes really, really fast if you’ve heard it on the radio or whatever. So let’s do it about three quarters speed starting at the top.
So that should be the Johnny part and eventually we’ll bow this a little bit faster than that even. And now the ending, what you're going to do is play what you learned in part—I'm sorry you're going to do the very beginning here for the ending. And then the tag, you’ve heard this. These are going to be long notes—A two natural, A three, E zero, E two, E three, E two, E one low, E zero held out and then A two natural and then B flat, an A and we’re going to repeat that twice. The second time you kind of do the B. And this is going to be the ending tags of this. It’s kind of tricky it gets a lot of people to go fast.
A , D one, A three, zero, A one low, A two natural, A four, natural A, A three, A two, A zero. B flat, E two, E flat, D three, A, A one, B flat, D two, F natural, D zero, and then do a slide in the three D. Let’s do the tag. Let’s do the whole ending part with three quarter speed okay. And then we’ll go a little bit faster but that concludes how to play Devil Wend Down to Georgia.
And if you do visit my channel you’ll actually hear me play it up to speed from top to bottom. Or if you want to learn the different parts that I do also provide how to play, visit my channel which is www.youtube.com/violinetutorpro. Hope to see you there, have a good day.