Natalie MacMaster. An interview with this Cape Breton player and composer.
In conversation with Trevor Buck.
Lancashire Hornpipes. An article by John Offord about this
particular type of tune that can be traced back to Lancashire from
the 16th to the 18th century.
Other articles in this issue:
The PEL Latest
The latest information about this new Public Entertainment Licence
that is being introduced in England and Wales this summer. Click
here to find out about the new PEL and FiddleOn's national survey
into live music and dance.
Tunes in the centre pages: Two tunes from Lancashire; Flat
Cap (first setting), Tom Mellins Hornpipe.
Back to our Roots. An article about Bridge Violins written
by Paul Bridgewater of Bridge
The Story Behind the Tune Ashocan Farewell.
An article plotting the history of this popular tune.
St Audries Musicians' Week 2003.
An article about last years' St Audries Music week that is held in
each summer in rural Somerset.
John Moar looks at Recollections of a Donegal Man, Packie Macmanus
Bryne, and Da Roup and other Tunes.
Fiddle maestro and teacher Pete
Cooper takes a look at the definition of 'traditional' music and
how it is handed down through the generations.
Violin dealer and repairer Glen
Titmus looks at the care and mantainance of the bow.
A chance to win the new TRI-FOLK
tutorial system: 10 Top Ceilidh Tunes and 10 Fine Fiddle Tunes. (Kindly
donated by Tim