Posted by wilford on Monday, May 18, 2009
I've a couple of cool sites to share with anyone interested. They are my own dot.com page: www.FrederickWarner.com and my basshangout site and my banjo site:
Hope you enjoy.
Monday, May 18, 2009 @2:00:12 PM
WOW! Fred, I'm more than impressed, I'm flabbergasted. According to your bio, you play something like 25 different instruments. The only music I could find to hear was piano, and if your other instrumental skills are anywhere close to that standard, it's no wonder you play in so many different bands. I deffinitely heard the Chopan and cinematic influences.
Monday, May 18, 2009 @2:37:18 PM
Thank you so much for your wonderful comments. I haven't posted any of the "Bluegrass" music as it is copyright protected.
Tuesday, May 19, 2009 @7:03:01 AM
I enjoyed visiting your websitestheyre nicely donebut I have to admit, as an upstate New Yorker with roots deep in Oneida County, reading about folk music in the Adirondacks makes me a bit homesick for good old Barneveld. We spent a few years there living in the Unitarian parsonage (long before I took up the fiddle) and it was such a joy to be able to open our windows on a warm night to hear contra dance music coming from Unity Hall. I loved it then, but how much more Id appreciate it now.
Tuesday, May 19, 2009 @9:00:28 AM
Thanks for your message. I've been through Barneveld many times. It's the back way to Syracuse (through Utica)from the Lake Placid area where I live. Beautiful country down there.
We have lots of dances up this way. Mostly square with some round thrown in. I have a good friend who lives in Holland Patent (rte 365) which is in the township of Trenton. His name is Barry and he owns horses.
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