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Issue Number 24 Number of this issue available: 0

Issue number 24 of FiddleOn is, as usual, packed with interesting articles and useful information. In addition to regular items such as news and views, details of workshops and CD reviews, this issue also contains:

Dennis Cahill, flashy fiddle accompanist? Not. Martin Hayes' musical partner talks to Trevor Buck about his approach to guitar accompaniment, his chordal techiques and his aim to drive fiddle tunes without compromising the speed. For more information on Dennis Cahill and Martin Hayes visit their website.

Baltimore Fiddle Fair. Mick Tew writes about his visit to this years Baltimore Fiddle Fair, held in Baltimore, West Cork.

Jackie Oates, There’s no such thing as a lazy Sunday in
the folk world
. Sophie Parkes talks to Jackie Oates about her self named album and talks about working with Phil Beer, her brother Jim Moray and Rachel Unthank and the Winterset.

Are awards worthwhile? Mark Morpurgo writes about the good and bad poits of awards. He talks about his experiences working for the Lochgoilhead Fiddle Workshop.

An interesting Gig A chance email resulted in this author spending five days as a ships musician on a tall ships cruise. Sailing from Dublin to Greenock on board the 60 metre vessle Stavros S Niachos.

Tunes in the centre pages
Hewlett and Fanny Powers. Two popular O'Carolan tunes.

Thousands of Fiddlers John England from Florida writes an amusing piece about the thousands of fiddlers that inhabit his nearby coast line. He is of course talking about fiddler crabs.

London Feis 2007 Isobel Shephard write about the first Lodon Feis, held this September in Froebel College, South West London.

In his regular article, Glen Titmus talks about shoulder rests and chin rests and the variety of designs available.

Fiddle maestro and teacher Pete Cooper talks about tune books and manuscripts.

A chance to win a fabulous Play Scottish Fiddle - Beginners tutorial DVD, kindly donated by Taigh Na Teud Music,.
Also CD reviews, a music quiz, news and chitchat from the UK fiddle scene and more...