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Episode 179 - Megan Chowning Interview
I always enjoy swapping stories and notes with other teachers. In this episode you will meet champion fiddler, professional musician and teacher Megan Chowning. A part of the discussion is about her involvement with some John Hartford print and recording projects. (More information about the music below.)
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Links to everything we discussed are:
For everything fiddle and the John Hartford Fiddle Devices 3BY5 Cards: www.fiddlestar.com
About Megan's music camps: www.nashvilleacousticcamps.com
For John Hartford's music: www.johnhartford.com
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The music in this episode is:
Intro - (0:01) Buddy Ashmore and Pony Express singing "Prison Walls" written by Randy Godwin. Buddy Ashmore (guitar and vocal), Bradley Laird (mandolin and vocal), Randy Godwin (bass and lead vocal), Mike Estes (fiddle) and David Ellis (banjo).
Intro to Interview - (03:31) "Just Enough Room To Turn Around" written by John Hartford. Performed by Megan Lynch Chowning (fiddle), Tristan Scroggins (mandolin), Allison Brown (banjo), Matt Combs (bass) from the recording "The John Hartford Fiddle Tune Project." Permission to include here graciously given by Katie Harford Hogue.
Outro - (1:17:46) "Running Board Waltz" written by John Hartford. Performed by Megan Lynch Chowning (fiddle), Tristan Scroggins (mandolin), Dominick Leslie (octave mandolin), Paul Kowert (bass) from the recording "The John Hartford Fiddle Tune Project." Permission to include here graciously given by Katie Harford Hogue.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION REGARDING TIMOTHY DEXTER.
& My Reference To His Book
In This Podcast
I would likke to clarify what I said wyle recording this episod. Lord Timothy Dexter, Esq. (selfe titled) was a man, as was also the remarkabul John Cowan Harford, who followed his own path. You should rede this publication of one of mankind's best.
Any man who provideth his litterary criticks with a full page of punkchooation marks for them to cut apart and paste in as they chuse is a man worth studying. I can envision J. Hartford providing music critiks with a page ful of quavers and semiquavers and other markes to cut aparte and paste in as they desir. Or perhaps a track of scratches popps and hissez. (See last page of "A Pickle...") Master Hartford cleaerly and deeliberatley inclooded imperfckshuns as one can find menshuned in the notes for his Mark Twang elbum. Mostly what I am saying is that both of these men looked at the worlde around them in their own unique ways.
Since the copyrite has long expird, click hear to study yor own copy at yor leesyer. Simply contemplating the tytle: "A Pickle For The Knowing Ones" should help you see the like minds at work.
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