Fiddle (MIN4327.01)

John Kirk

For the experienced (3+years of playing) violinist. Lessons in traditional styles of fiddling – Quebecois, New England, Southern Appalachian, Cajun, Irish, and Scottish. This course is designed to heighten awareness of the variety of ways the violin is played regionally and socially in North America (and indeed around the world these days) and to give practical music skills for furthering personal music making. Students will be expected to perform at Music Workshop, or as part of a concert, in ensemble and/or solo.

Prerequisites: At least 3 years of experience with violin, viola, or cello. Permission of instructor.
Credits: 2
W 9:00-9:50
Maximum Enrollment: 6
Course Frequency: Every Term
This course is categorized as All courses, Instrumental Study.