Fiddle Group Meetings 2015
Saturday 12th September
Saturday 10th October
Saturday 7th November
Saturday 5th December
3.00 pm to 5.00 pm
72 Church Street Maldon Vic 3463
Sean's fiddle students play tunes they are working on.
The student sessions are followed by an Irish session at the Kangaroo Hotel Maldon from 7.00 pm to 9.00 pm.Maldon Irish Fiddle Weekend
at 72 Church Street Maldon Vic. 3463
21st and 22nd November 2015.Maldon Fiddle Concert
Saturday 21st November 2015
Maldon Neighbourhood Centre
7.30pm. Fiddle Ensemble
8.00pm Sean Kenan & guests.
"Thanks for the Fiddle Camp. I think the tutors were great and the programme and numbers really good. It was a bit like a fiddle boot-camp in terms of accelerated learning."
"I had a great time, learned some great tunes and picked up some good tips."
"I had a great time. The main attraction for me was the intensiveness of a full weekend of playing Irish music with like minded people. Was nice to catch up with fellow previous fiddle campers also. Keep up the good work. "
"The function of music is to release us from the tyranny of conscious thought."
"The violin is one of the most beautiful artifacts ever created by man and one of the most elusive to handle. It is this elusiveness that adds to its magic, for unless you become its slave the violin will take its revenge and withold its manifold voices and you will be left holding a lovely piece of musical furniture, offended and inert."
(1916 - 1999 )
"For over a third of a century I have been waiting, watching, hoping
and praying, that God might inspire some Irishman, or association of Irishmen, to collect and publish just such a work as "The Music of Ireland"- the grand old music-the weird, wild and mournful reel tunes that entranced me when a child, a youth, and a man, in the street or barn, at the bonfire or on the hilltop; the music, the never to be forgotten strains that often alternately flame or freeze-that made me when a child, sitting beneath the fiddler's chair, weep with delight or sadness, a condition of mind impossible to describe."
Patrick O'Leary writing to O'Neill about his collection of Irish melodies
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