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Fiddle Studio
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Fiddle Studio

Meg Wobus Beller

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The glasses clink and the talk and laughter grow louder. In the corner of the pub, musicians sit and play traditional dance tunes that make your feet want to stomp and slide. Join fiddler Meg Wobus Beller as she brings you along into the world of fiddling and traditional music, from bow-grips and double stops to Old-Time tunes and Irish jigs.
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Blazin' Fiddles
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Blazin' Fiddles

Blazin' Fiddles

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Scotland’s award winning group, Blazin' Fiddles, draws the distinct flavour of fiddle music from various regions of the highlands and islands. From solo to ensemble sets, they all come together in a fiery blend that raises the roof.
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If you want the "in" on your health, search no further. Fit As a Fiddle brings you top tips from experts in many fields of health and wellness. Grow with our community as you learn how to enhance your overall physical and mental wellbeing.
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Fiddle and Pipe
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Fiddle and Pipe

Catherine Flinchum and Brittany Ross

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A book club podcast featuring two classical musicians reading and learning beyond the staff. Join us as we dive into various books and learn more about life, music, and ourselves outside the practice room. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/fiddleandpipe/support
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In this podiobook: Part comedy. Part soap opera. A fiction blog. A serialized sit-com. A daily comic strip in prose.When Rantz takes a job as Circulation Director of Fiddle and Burn: Guide to Fandom Magazine, he hauls his family to a new home. None of them realizes that this will lead to one bizarre adventure after another.There's an epic struggle to throw away an old garbage can.There are embarrassing incidents involving a very rude laptop computer.There's a heroic quest to overcome parenta ...
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Step into our shoes as we guide you along creating an album as independent musicians. Brace yourself for a fascinating dive into the artistic process, engaging in discussions about the significance of selecting music that resonates, arranging that music into a harmonious blend, and maintaining the rhythm with the help of a metronome. We reveal the …
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Ever felt the stirring call of the fiddle after a prolonged break, but felt anxious about picking it up again? Today, we're going to hold your hand through this journey. We'll share effective strategies to help you ease back into practice, while tackling the physical and mental challenges that come with it. We'll talk about revisiting old tunes, ex…
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This episode discusses what to do about a locked-up right wrist. If your bow arm is stiff and you're not sure why and you don't know how to fix it, get some tips on why a loose, flexible arm can help your tone and the best ways to work on it. We present a setting of Tighe's Rare form the Arthouse Bar in Baltimore Maryland. Support the show Find the…
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Noah VanNorstrand, a fiddler, singer, mandolin player, and percussionist joins us to discuss his unique approach to music and fiddling. Alongside his brother Andrew, Noah spent his childhood homeschooling and playing for contra dances, where he developed a habit for creating his own tunes instead of practicing existing ones. Hear all about Noah's n…
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Ever had a fiddle mishap that made you gasp, or laugh out loud? Welcome aboard! This episode delivers a hilarious set of instrument horror stories from the Facebook Fiddlers Association. From snapped bows to fiddles left in hot cars and even those accidentally run over, you'll find yourself either cringing or chuckling at these tales. And yes, your…
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The bow is a crucial if under appreciated component of fiddling, and in this special Bow Studio episode, we dive into the whys and hows of bow selection, care, and handling. We'll touch on everything from the nuances of holding rosin, to the significance of tightening and loosening, and even the fascinating materials used in their creation. This ep…
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Is speed really a necessity when it comes to playing the fiddle? We're about to challenge your preconceived notions in this comprehensive episode that dives into fast fiddle playing methods. Mastering fast reels isn't an overnight project. By the end of this episode, your perception of speed will be transformed and you'll have tips to play fast, fe…
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Wes Westmoreland joins us for an interview during his visit to the Pacific Northwest on August 6th, 2023. Wes tells us about his history with fiddling, and where he would like to see Texas Style fiddling go in the future. Hosted by Aarun Carter.Από τον Wes Westmoreland III
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Ever felt like an outsider at a music jam? How about worrying that your age — too young or too old — could be a barrier to acceptance? You're not alone. Today, we unravel the tension, anxiety, and complexities of "jam drama" - those feelings of exclusion and self-consciousness that musicians often grapple with. This episode features the tune Walkin…
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This episode presents a setting of Polska från Tenala from the EP Postcards by Alyssa Rodriguez and dives into Alyssa's history as a fiddler and composer, and her study of Scandinavian music and nyckelharpa. Alyssa's website is alyssafiddle.com and you can find her preorder and backing for the Tales and Tunes book on Kickstarter. Support the show F…
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This episode presents a setting of The Hunter's Purse from a session at Fergie's Pub in Philadelphia and gives tips for how to practice scales, for beginning fiddlers to advanced. The artists mentioned are Talya Raitzyk, Paddy Killoran, John Glatt, Paddy Maloney, Pat Kilduff, Kevin Burke, Hanneke Cassel, Megan Lynch Chowning and Andre Brunet. The S…
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This episode presents a setting of Bill Malley's from a session at Fergie's Pub in Philadelphia and give you tips for taking- or giving- a fiddle lesson. The artists mentioned are Bill Malley, Martin Hayes, Joe Bane, and John Naughton. Support the show Find the sheet music for this fiddle tune on the Fiddle Studio blog. Get more information about M…
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This episode presents a setting of New Mown Meadows from a session at Fergie's Pub in Philadelphia and describes the challenges of using the left hand pinky and how to get better at using it. The artists mentioned are Miguel Oliveira, Lynn Blakeslee, and the etude book is School of Violin Technics by Henry Schradiek. Support the show Find the sheet…
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This episode presents a setting of Pat Mahon's Jig from a session at Fergie's Pub in Philadelphia and discusses Irish Session Etiquette and where it can go wrong. The artists mentioned are Contranella, Pat Mahon, Dermott Grogan, Brian Boyce, Darin Kelly, and Eaman Kelly. Support the show Find the sheet music for this fiddle tune on the Fiddle Studi…
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This episode presents a setting of Candy Girl from a jam at the Peabody Heights Brewery and talking all about different kinds of shoulder rests and options for using them. The shoulder rests I talk about are a foam shoulder rest, a KUN, Bon Musica, viostrap, and Piestro. The artists mentioned are Uncle Bunt Stephens, Uncle Jimmy Thompson, Brittany …
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During pregnancy, the physical changes come in fast, and sometimes, furious! A great way to tune into these changes and create more body awareness is through “yoga asanas”, which are movements and poses from the ancient Indian tradition that promote physical & mental wellbeing. Prenatal yoga is becoming more popular these days as research and scien…
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This episode presents a setting of Farewell to Princeton from a jam at the Peabody Heights Brewery and talks about high and low 2s on the fiddle. The artists mentioned are Clyde Davenforth, Ray Aldon, and Emily Shaad. Support the show Find the sheet music for this fiddle tune on the Fiddle Studio blog. Get more information about Meg's books, course…
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Are you the person who finds themselves feeling the opposite of grounded and centered during a movement class, yoga, or meditation? Are you the type who can’t quite relax during a massage or a pleasant walk? You’re not alone! Today we have Dan Rindler GCFP, P-SEP, chatting with us today on his approach to trauma which draws on Somatic Experiencing …
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It's been a long time coming but we are back! We are coming off our hiatus with Priya Parker's The Art of Gathering: How We Meet and Why it Matters. We both went into this book thinking that it was going to be about literally why we gather (maybe from an anthropology approach) and in any context. Parker focuses a lot of her book on gathering in a f…
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This episode presents a setting of Five Miles of Ellum Wood from a jam at the Peabody Heights Brewery and dives into that age old question, what is the difference between the violin and the fiddle? The artists mentioned is Bruce Greene and his CD Five Miles of Ellum Wood: Old Time Kentucky Fiddle Solos. Support the show Find the sheet music for thi…
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Inflammation in the body can manifest in many ways and ultimately exists to protect us. However, excessive inflammation that lasts a long time, or “chronic inflammation”, can be associated with cardiovascular disease, diabetes, cancer, inflammatory bowel disease, rheumatoid arthritis, and other disease states. Robin Randisi is a functional nutritio…
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This episode presents a setting of Money Musk from a jam at the Peabody Heights Brewery and talking all about how shifting up into positions works on the violin or fiddle. The artists mentioned are Rodney Miller, Paul Gifford, Jean Carignon, The Highwoods String Band, The New Lost City Ramblers, Delaware Water Gap, and Cranberry Lake. Support the s…
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