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Experience Level: Just Startin'
I have been learning tunes like a sponge ....I am a banjo player but no on to the fiddle...so much fun..
I enjoy Pappa John Creech! I have a huge list but here are some: The Andrew Sisters, Tommy Jarrell, Bunt Stephens, Skillet Lickers, Mike Jarboe, Fiddlin' Joe Robertson from White Creek, NY also known as Stonewall Joe, the Ventures....The Good Ol' Grateful Dead, Jerry Garcia (1974!!!), and the list goes on! I enjoy listening to Kentuky Fiddle tunes as well as Round Peak type players. I listen to oldtimey music most of the time but have always enjoyed classic rock, singers and standards, and hot gypsy jazz.
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Last Visit 4/10/2012
Banjo Workshops in Saratoga, NY May 5 CAFE LENA
Tuesday, April 10, 2012 @7:05:01 AM
Saturday May 5
$25 for each workshop
$60 for all three:
Banjo Summit Workshops
11:00 AM—12:30 PM
Julie Duggan: Clawhammer Banjo Magic for Starters
Starting from scratch! Picking up a banjo getting to understand how it "works," how it is tuned, and the basic fundamentals of the right and left hands. We also cover learning tunes from ear and using tablature. This is an in depth holistic approach to just gaining an understanding of this magical instrument. (* to take this class all you need is the desire to want to learn about the banjo or a tiny bit of playing experience.)
1:00 PM—2:30 PM
Bob Altschuler: Essential Bluegrass Banjo Techniques
Bob will guide you through a hands-on workshop including right and left hand approaches for precision and good tone; effective left hand techniques (slide, hammer on, pulloff, choke and chime); practice exercises and just enough theory. Linking moveable chord shapes and basic improvisation may also be covered, depending on time available and student levels. (For beginner through intermediate level players).
3:00 PM--4:30 PM
Dave Kiphuth: An in depth examination of Round Peak
Clawhammer- that bubbling, North Carolina rolling style that grabs people. We will spend time on important right and left hand techniques, rhythms that capture that "dooka-dahka" sound and tunes that illustrate all the magic! (This is geared for clawhammer players who are very familiar with the instrument and the frailing style, although the class will be tailored to the overall level of the students)
on “Banjo Workshops in Saratoga, NY May 5 CAFE LENA”
Tuesday, April 10, 2012 @8:00:34 AM
you do know this is fiddle hang out not banjo hang out there is a banjo hang out your wecome here just though i would let you know
Tuesday, April 10, 2012 @8:11:44 AM
Ah . . .but there are fiddling folks like me who have a banjo lurking in the corner of the room!
Tuesday, April 10, 2012 @8:25:28 AM
i also pick banjo not very good ever one is wecome i just letting you know this is Fiddle hang out i also play mandolin,guitar, keys,bass guitar, and many other instrments i have played in many kinds of bands there is no law that said you can only play one kind of instrments this is all i,m saying this Fiddle hang out
Tuesday, April 10, 2012 @8:36:47 AM
Rich, that's like asking Santa Claus if he knows there's a Christmas. :-)
Wednesday, April 11, 2012 @11:17:15 AM
i very sorry there is no santa claus its only make beleave fiddle jammer how ever there is christmas and we do give gifts in his name may be i should post on banjo hang out i play banjo some what
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