It's time to start choosing some music you would like to play for Christmas or Hanukkah.

I'm not talking about a CD, I mean something YOU CAN PLAY. Something fun. Something a little challenging! Violin and fiddle music is great around the holidays!  Start practicing NOW and you'll be so good at it when the Holidays arrive it'll be easy. You'll really impress folks!   Just think how you'll feel when folks compliment your playing. And you'll make them feel good too!

Many churches have some sort of Christmas program. They are always glad to have a solo violin or string ensemble to enhance the service. That's another chance to play your violin during the holidays! Pick some music that will work with the service and get some friends together. For several years I played with a string quintet (4 violins and a cello) that played for my church's Christmas service. We took 75% of our music directly from our hymnal!

Even if it's not for church, fiddlin', carols, popcorn, hot cider (or cocoa), and good friends is a great way to spend a Fall or Winter evening!
Angel Violin Ornament
Lady Violinist Ornament
Lovely Christmas Ornaments featuring Violins and Music and Filled With Joy.
Click Here to Visit Our Ornaments Page!
Christmas Sheet Music to download instantly
The Popcorn Factory
No Minimum Order
Great for Get-Togethers or Thank You Gifts
Andre Rieu Christmas Album
Mannheim Steamroller: Solo Christmas - For Violin - sheet music at
Look inside this title
A Fiddling Christmas - sheet music at
Look inside this title
My Very Best Christmas - Violin Edition - sheet music at
Christmas Favorites (Violin) - sheet music at
Bow Bow Bow Santa Ornament
Cross Clef Ornament
Visit our Christmas Sheet Music page for some suggestions. Some for purchase, but also a free source. More resources will be added to that list as they are found. If you have other favorite sources on the Internet, please contact me at If a site is appropriate, it will be included!
Violin Tip of the Day - November 2
* Violin Tips for Practice and Rehearsals.

* Violin Technique and Exercises.

* How to Care for Your Violin.

* Inspiration and Motivation for Violinists, Fiddlers, or
   Anyone Interested in Stringed Instruments.
Violin Tip of the Day -- Violin Student Central -- February 1
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