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Occupation: Retired field fabritcator from Dow Chemical
none yet but I have a 1920 Friedrich August Heberlin with mechanical tuning pins
any thing with crying whining country or old cowboy, mountain or hillbilly and of course bluegrass. You can add Irish and Celtic as long as it's the faster stuff.
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Sunday, July 27, 2008 @9:07:09 AM
that's what I am here for baby steps
on “baby steps”
Sunday, July 27, 2008 @1:15:44 PM
does anyone play a clog fiddle?
Tuesday, July 29, 2008 @2:56:15 PM
No,no not a hogfiddle a clog fiddle. Ok. what is a hogfiddle?
Wednesday, August 13, 2008 @8:47:20 PM
LOL! I need to know what a clog fiddle is...guess I'll have to do a search online. Just keep at it, it's amazing what you'll have learned in a year.
|Ozarkian D.L. Says:|
Friday, August 15, 2008 @7:41:37 AM
Clogging's are steps used in square-dancing & slow dance.
Hardanger fiddles ( not hogfiddle's ) are the national instrument of Norway. Usually very decorative & fretted. Google it.
Friday, August 15, 2008 @11:45:40 AM
On the Hardinger fiddle you are correct as well as clogging but there are those with big wooden shoes that have turned them into fiddles. I have a design somewhere in the house for both. The hardinger plan is as you say very decorative and I think this version has 8 strings. We have someone on fiddlehangout that has a nine string version she plays. If I can remember her hangout name I'll forward it. Also someone on fiddlehangout lists under "My instruments" a cigar box fiddle and a couple of.....HOG....fiddles. There term may be just a term for no name old beatter cheap fiddle.
I have sent a private message for a clarification.
Friday, August 29, 2008 @10:52:15 PM
Just stopped by to visit your site. You take care.
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