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Spring 2018 features include The Fiddling of Bob Wills; Henry Ford: A Penchant for Fiddling; Bluegrass Fiddler Mike Barnett; Bluegrass in Schools; Maine's Fiddle-icious Orchestra; Remembering Fletcher Bright. Regular columns include the "Fiddle-toon" (cartoon); Notes on Learning; On Improvisation: Riffs, Riffs, and More Riffs; Waltzes & Airs; Jody's Column: Clark Kessinger; The Practicing Fiddler: Double Stops; Scottish Fiddling with Pete Clark: A Wee Dram; The Hidden Note: A Tale of Two Ditties; Irish Fiddling: Bowing the Humble Jig; The Intrepid Fiddler: Music from the Fires; Bluegrass Fiddling: Getting Started; Reviews. In addition to musical examples, 11 tunes are transcribed and many have audio links: "Smith's Reel," transcribed by Stacy Phillips as played by Bob Wills; "Osage Stomp," transcribed by Stacy Phillips as played by Bob Wills; "That Brownskin Gal," transcribed by Stacy Phillips as played by Bob Wills; "Fiddle-icious Polka," by Don Roy; "The Love of My Life," by Jay Ungar; "Josh and I," transcribed by Jody Stecher as played by Clark Kessinger; "Arkansas Traveler," as played by Fletcher Bright; "Whisky Glen," by Roddy Matthews; "Toss the Feathers," transcribed by Caoimhín Mac Aoidh as played by Tommy Peoples and Paul O'Shaughnessy; "The Humours of Lisheen," transcribed by Dan Accardi as played by Denis Murphy; "Oyfun Pripitchik" (By the Hearth), by Mark Warshawsky, transcribed by Gus Garelick.

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