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Playing Since: 2005
Experience Level: Purty Good
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Occupation: Support Engineer
Florea 75th Anniversary Model fiddle, 16.5-inch Florea faddle (viola), no-name German foddle (violoncello), and a 1943 Kay foeddle (bass).
Red Hen/Jane Rothfield; Hollow Rock Reunion Band/Allan Jabbour; Tim Daniels; Jane Gilday (janepaints - the acoustic one, not her electric alter-ego); Charlie and Ira Stripling; Bosco Takaki; Natalie Haas; Alasdair Fraser; Edgar Meyer; Susan Conger; David von Kaynor; Mary Cox; Julie Duggan.
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Last Visit 2/12/2013
Monday, June 25, 2012 @6:13:05 PM
I reckon that there ought to be a level between purty good and expert. Now that I am comfortable with double stops and can even vibrate notes with my pinky (what - old-time fiddler vibrating notes?), I'm not a newbie no more.
Anyway, since classical music snared me for old-time fiddling, y'all forgive me for vibrating notes on slow airs and waltzes, ya hear? Hm, classical and old time, if that's not an illustration of being double-minded, then I don't know what would be.
Maybe I can be thought of as a old-time aficionado that pretends to put on airs. Yeah, that'll work.
Sorry for not posting any tunes for a long time - my recording contraption's on button is busted. When I have some time I'll try to take it apart and graft in a replacement switch of sorts.
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