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Issue Number 13  Number of this issue available: 0

issue 13 Master Fiddler – An interview with this American born fiddler and composer Jerry Holland. In conversation with Trevor Buck.

Old-Time Troubadour – This New York born fiddle meastro Bruce Molsky talks to Trevor Buck about American Old-time music and his passion for Celtic music.

Music in the Isle of Man – Brian Myers writes about the origins of Celtic music of the Isle of Man. Making Friends with Tom Leary. Feast of Fiddles member Tom Leary talks to Sophie Parkes about his Irish roots and his musical influences. Jamie Laval of Seattle: A New Star for the Old World – Linda Morpurgo writes about this classical players tranistion into folk fiddle. National Folk Survey – Susan Mallett writes about the preliminary findings of this first ever survey into UK folk music. London Fiddlers' ConventionChris Haigh writes about the origins of this annual event. The Warwick Folk Festival – A preview of this summer's festival which for this year only will include a Fiddle Festival which will be run in conjunction with the main event. An event not to be missed!

Tunes in the centre pages: Three tunes from The Isle of Man; Eunyssagh Vona (or Mona’s Delight), Kirree fo Niaghtey, Three Little Boats.

Books reviewed: John Moar looks at The Dumossie Collection and Iris Nicholson's Favourites (Book 1). Tom Bell-Richards reviews English Dance Music Volumes 1 and 2, The Village Band Book and The Mellstock Carols.

Fiddle maestro and teacher  Pete Cooper takes a look at the regional variation of fiddle styles.

Violin maker Nick Woodward of The Bristol Violin Shop talks about arching (body shape) and the different types of rosin on the market. A chance to win one of the two latest types of rosin on the market.

(Kindly donated by The Bristol Violin Shop).