|Coviddle Tunes 2020 - Saturday, June 27 - Workshops 10a to 11a (pdt)|
|All times Pacific Daylight Time|
|Joseph Decosimo||Fiddle||Tennessee Tune(s)|
We'll explore a rare and beautiful tune or two from a not-so-well-knownTennessee fiddler or two. We'll work on capturing the feel of the player(s) and learn a bit about the background. I'll provide video clips of the piece(s) we explore.
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A link to a New Nashville tutorial on YouTube
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|AJ Srubas & Rina Rossi||Jam||Midwestern Jam w. Aj & Rina - Playing tunes from Missouri & Illinois. Tunes:|
Dark Haired Girl- G
Adrain's Hornpipe- G
Mississippi Palisades- G
Rolling River- D
Missouri Mud- D
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|Art Rosenbaum||Banjo||Banjo tunes, tunings, and tips, a sit-down with Art Rosenbaum. Art has played banjo since he was a teenager in the 50s, He got started with Pete Seeger's "How to Play the Five-String Banjo," and went on to learn from many "source" players. His book "Old-Time Mountain Banjo" (1968) was the first of his four instruction books and was the first such book in the banjo revival after Seeger's; it focused totally on traditional picking styles, two-and three-finger and up-picking styles as well as "clawhammer," and presented many traditional tunings. He will range through some of this in his workshop which he hopes it will offer something to both new and experienced pickers.||Watch YouTube video|
|Craig Judelman||Fiddle||Klezmer Fiddling in Style: In this workshop we'll take a slower tune and learn a bit about using Yiddish ideas of phrasing and ornaments to get the most out of the tune. Meant for intermediate to advanced players though all are welcome, we'll really spend some time to find different ways of phrasing that make this music cry and sing. I'll teach a tune that I think is pretty accessible but ability to play some of those funny notes like Eb and Ab would be helpful. [I'm thinking about this tune: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Puf5fMB01t8] I'll try and provide a pdf of the 'notes' for those who want it, though we'll be focusing more on how to play the notes rather than what they are... For even more accessible klezmer tunes for old time fiddlers see my 'wildcard' workshop||https://us02web.zoom.us/j/4707966829?pwd=dFNBcGNFdkNDOWhDb1l5U24vNVNLdz09|
Zoom Mtg ID: 4707966829
|Paul Anastasio & Tina Pillione||Fiddle||Mexican Music Workshop: In the quarter century since Mexican violinist Juan Reynoso first came to Fiddle Tunes, I’ve been nuts about the music he played. I’ve issued CDs, started a website (hotlandsmusic.org), posted over 400 YouTube videos and written Finale transcriptions for close to a thousand pieces that I learned from Juan and his fellow violinists. |
Now, with the help of my guitarist friend Tina Pilione, we’ll be presenting a live Zoom repertoire workshop on Saturday, June 27th, starting at 10:00 AM Pacific Tine.
She and I will play several pieces from Mexico’s Tierra Caliente del Balsas. We will send out pdf and Finale transcriptions as well as links to related YouTube videos so that both ear players and note readers can learn them. Please join us for a fun repertoire session featuring the remarkable music of the Hot Lands.
Links to documents for this class: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/uitn1lulnbm033i/AACIxs5D7CxB5p48dE1Vy5-la?dl=0 & https://www.dropbox.com/sh/gv79ye2323s9boh/AAAAH6NYtJXYSQXCxUeV2kd0a?dl=0
Zoom Meeting ID: 811 6141 2955