Traditional Norwegian Hardanger fiddle music and Norwegian and Swedish fiddle music.
Member of: Boston Spelemannslag (also group contact), Patrick McMonagle & Friends
ERASETHIStobyweinberg AT hotmail DOT com
720 Fellows Av.
Syacuse NY 13210
Scheduled to appear at NEFFA 2017:
|Intro to Norwegian Fiddle||TS Saturday April 22, 7:00pm to 7:50pm, High School Rm. 117 [show on grid]|
|A hands on introduction to the old fiddle music of southern Norway. Most often played on Hardanger fiddle this music has a unique structure and style. Instruction will be on ordinary violin at A440 but with the bass string tuned up to A. Music taught can be played either on violin or Hardanger fiddle. Listeners are welcome to come and learn about the music.|
|Hardanger Fiddle||E Saturday April 22, 9:00pm to 10:00pm, Middle School Rm. 119 [show on grid]|
|Enchanting stories and tunes from southern Norway played on Norway's unique 8 stringed fiddle. This is aural tradition music and storytelling with direct person to person lineages going back at least 400 years.|
|Traditional Norwegian Dancing||NS Sunday April 23, 2:30pm to 3:20pm, High School Rm. 125 [show on grid]|
|Traditional Norwegian music from Southern Norway dancing played on the 8 string Norwegian Hardanger fiddle. Gangar, springar, rill, waltz and schottis.|
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