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Founded in 1994, Fiddler Magazine is an informative, educational, and entertaining resource for fiddlers, accompanists, and appreciative listeners. Each quarterly issue (+/- 55 pages each) features a variety of different styles of fiddling, as well as plenty of other articles and columns. Regular columns include: Bluegrass Fiddling, “The Practicing Fiddler,” Fiddle Tune History, On Improvisation, Irish Fiddling, Scottish Fiddling, and reviews of CDs, books, and DVDs. Each issue also includes transcriptions of several tunes.
Fall 2018 features include Jay Ungar and Molly Mason: Healing Music; Music Therapy; Remembering Stacy Phillips; San Antonio's Belen Escobedo; Fiddlin' Banjo Billy Mathews; Andrew Finn Magill: Canta Violino!; Nashville Violin Maker Jennifer Halenar; Mathias Lévy: Accent on Innovation. Regular columns include Fiddle Tune History: Ignatius Sancho; Jody's Column: A Certain Funhouse Charm; Bluegrass Fiddling: Johnny & Paul Warren; Notes on Learning: The Learning Process; Scottish Fiddling with Pete Clark: A Wee Stravaig; The Hidden Note: Making the Commonplace Uncommon; Irish Fiddling: John Kelly's Sense of Space; On Improvisation: You Have to Know Chords; "Fiddle-toon" (cartoon); The Practicing Fiddler: A Beginner's Guide to Open Tuning; The Intrepid Fiddler: A Step Back in Time; Crossword Puzzle; Reviews. Tunes in this issue: "The Quiet Room," by Jay Ungar; "Hornpipe," by Ignatius Sancho; "The Merry Wives of Westminster," by Ignatius Sancho; "Rocky Pallet," transcribed by Jody Stecher as played by Lowe Stokes; "Four Cent Cotton," transcribed by Jody Stecher as played by Lowe Stokes; "Katy Did," transcribed by Jody Stecher as played by Lowe Stokes; "Two Hog Weeds and One Stalk of Corn," transcribed by Paul Shelasky as played by Johnny Warren; "Donald Mackenzie's," by Gregor Lowrey; "Bruce Sandison's Two-Step," by Pete Clark; "The Boys of Bluehill," transcribed by Caoimhín Mac Aoidh based on the playing of Martin McGinley, Mickey Doherty, and Caoimhín Mac Aoidh; "The Killard Reel," transcibed by Dan Accardi as played by John Kelly; "Going Across the Sea," transcribed by Jim Wood (GDGD); "Luzinda Waltz," transcribed by Gus Garelick.