Appalachian fiddle player Ed Haley performed for nearly half a century and forever altered the landscape of American fiddle music, but never produced a commercial recording.
Learning old-time fiddle requires a lot of research with your ears open to the past. Here are 7 tips on learning how to play old-time fiddle.
In this Celtic primer for classical players, learn classical vs. traditional bowing, plus three types of ornamentation, so you can capture the sound of Ireland.
Dirt Does Dylan is fiddler Ross Holmes’ recording debut with the reformulated Nitty Gritty Dirt Band.
The fiddle-guitar duo Rakish draws inspiration from Celtic composition, classical chamber music, and a whole array of improvisational styles.
This is the story of how Jeremy Garrett of the Infamous Stringdusters got his fiddle—a family heirloom with a history of loss and new beginnings.
The first step to making the most of your fiddle competition experience is to ask yourself why you want to do it. Then, consider these 7 things.
Here is the latest addition to Bärenreiter’s Easy String Ensemble series. These six simple but catchy melodies are ideal for early ensemble training and for first concert performances.
Beloved as much for the way it sounds as the way it looks, the Hardanger is a stunning piece of folk art, reflective of a rural homeland in Norway.
If you’ve only ever taught face-to-face, making the switch teaching remotely can be daunting. But it can be both easy and cost-effective.