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Various - Northeast Regional Oldtime Fiddle Contest And Festival 1979 , Old Time Fiddling Volume 13 flac album

Various - Northeast Regional Oldtime Fiddle Contest And Festival 1979 , Old Time Fiddling Volume 13 flac album
Title:
Northeast Regional Oldtime Fiddle Contest And Festival 1979 , Old Time Fiddling Volume 13
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Bluegrass, Appalachian Music
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1668 mb
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Label: Northeast Fiddlers' Association ‎– NRS-107. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album. Country: US. Released: 1979. Genre: Folk, World, & Country.

Tony Burtnik - Tony Canada Wide Volume Two. Tex Fortier - Poor Girl Waltz, Reel Du Centenaire De Ste-Barbe. Various - 25 Old Tyme Fiddle Hits. Calvin Vollrath - Cracklin' Fire. Joe Wolfer And The Bavarians - Polka And Waltz Tunes Today.

National Oldtime Fiddlers' Contest. The National Oldtime Fiddlers' Contest is an old-time music competition, festival, and musical gathering in the western United States, held annually during the third full week in June in Weiser, Idaho, about fifty miles (80 km) northwest of Boise. Within the fiddling community, it is often referred to simply as "Weiser," and the contest draws musicians from across the country.

The Knebworth Festival 1979 consisted of two concerts performed by the English rock band Led Zeppelin and other artists at Knebworth House, Hertfordshire, England, in August 1979. The grounds of Knebworth House near the village of Knebworth had been a major venue for open air rock and pop concerts since 1974. In 1979, veteran promoter Freddy Bannister booked Led Zeppelin to play that year's concerts, which took place on 4 August and 11 August.

History of the National Oldtime Fiddlers’ Contest & Festival -. Fiddling came to Weiser in 1863 when the Logans established a way station here and covered wagon emigrants stopped for rest and recreation. Newspaper files report fiddling contests here from 1914 to WWI. The resurrection of fiddling in Weiser was due to efforts led by Blaine Stubblefield, Chamber of Commerce Secretary from 1948 until his death in December, 1960. Blaine was raised on fiddling in Oregon’s Wallowa Valley above Hells Canyon. It was billed as the Northwest Mountain Fiddlers’ Contest and was a huge success. The name was changed to the Northwest Oldtime Fiddling Championships in 1956 when a regional division was added for out-of- area fiddlers. The present National Oldtime Fiddlers’ Contest was inaugurated in 1963 in conjunction with Idaho’s Territorial Centennial observances.

The National Oldtime Fiddlers' Contest is an old-time music competition, festival and musical gathering held annually during the third full week in June, in Weiser, Idaho. It is often referred to as 'Weiser'. The contest draws musicians from across the country. Nearly 7000 people come for the week and almost 350 fiddlers compete in 8 divisions. In addition to the contest there are workshops, performances, a battle of the bands, a parade and a carnival. The contest is held at Weiser High School. The contest began in 1953 as the Northwest Mountain Fiddlers' Contest. It was organized by Blaine Stubblefield, secretary of the Weiser Chamber of Commerce. The name was changed to the Northwest Oldtime Fiddling Championships in 1956, when a regional division was added for out-of-area fiddlers.

13. John Francis-2012 GNC 5th Place.

Tenino Old Time Music Festival. 1970-72, Voyager VRLP 308-S, LP (1973?), trk 15. Fiddler's Whim. Northeast Regional Oldtime Fiddle Champion 1967/1970, Fretless 103, LP (1974), trk . 4. The Fiddling Leprechaun - Turner, John. National Oldtime Fiddlers' Contest & Folk Music Festival. 1969, NOTFC 69, LP (1969), trk . 9. Finseth Schottische - Finseth, Leonard.

This book contains rare vintage photographs, player's biographical profiles, historical and performance notes, bowing indications, and information on cross-tunings and the American institution of fiddle contests. The authors have collaborated brilliantly on this labor of love to produce a definitive volume of tunes transcribed from recordings by many of the best fiddlers in North America. Exemplary tunes are included from the Northeast, Southeast and Western regions, plus various widespread ethnic styles including Cajun, Irish, Scandinavian, Klezmer, and Eastern European styles. Old-Time Festival Tunes for Fiddle & Mandolin. Author : by Dan Levenson Format : Book + Online Audio.

Tracklist

A1 Elliot's Reel
A2 Angus' Jig
A3 Paris Waltz
A4 Portland Fancy
A5 Joe Harrison's Jig
A6 Old Man & The Old Woman
A7 The Iron Man
A8 Joyous Waltz
A9 Dusty Miller's Reel
A10 Rainy Day Quadrille
A11 Blanchard's Hornpipe
A12 Old Ball Waltz
A13 Halifax Polka
A14 Olive Branch Hornpipe
A15 Black Hawk Waltz
A16 Abbie's Favorite Jig
A17 Buck-Wheat Batter
B1 Trip To The Cottage
B2 Wildwood Waltz
B3 Steam Boat Jig
B4 Big John McNeil
B5 Smile A While
B6 Tobin's Favorite Jig
B7 Chamberlain Reel
B8 Morning Fair Jig
B9 Green Valley Waltz
B10 Blind Man's Reel
B11 Donigal
B12 Annie's Waltz
B13 Hamilton's Breakdown
B14 Judy's Reel
B15 Red Fox Waltz
B16 Alabama Jubilee
B17 Golden Slippers

Notes

New England Recording & Sound.