- Tennessee Valley Old-Time Fiddlers Convention Home Page
- Athens State College
Presents the Tennessee Valley Old Time Fiddlers Convention
- Some of Joe's music
and his stories have been put on the net at http://www.neonsky.com or http://www.neonsky.com/joe/joemov.html
if you want to avoid the introduction.
This site was created by Jayson Singe. Man, did he do a bang-up job
on this site. His credits are on the site. You'll need Quicktime 4.0
and Flash 4.0 and probably a fairly fast web connection.
- Topanga Fiddle And Banjo Contest
- The premiere Web
site for information on the Topanga Banjo Fiddle Contest is now up and
operational. Topanga Banjo Fiddle Contest is celebrating our 40th year
of providing music, food and fun with lots of jamming, friends and family
in the beautiful Santa Monica Mountains in Southern California: http://www.topangabanjofiddle.org
Whether you are a player, picker, singer, student, dancer, lover of
music or just looking for a great time, this is the place to be. The
Annual Topanga Banjo Fiddle Contest will be held on or around the 3rd
Sunday in May at Paramount Ranch in Agoura Hills, California.
We need volunteers both before, during and after the event. Please visit
our Web Site or email us for more information. We need your help! You
can email us at: email@example.com, or
phone the Topanga Banjo Fiddle Hotline at 818-382-4819.
Old-Time Banjo Champion Leroy Troy has been playing music since the
age of twelve. Leroy Troy doesn't just play music, he exudes the very
essence of a grand old tradition of showmanship dating back to the early
half of the 20th century, epitomized by one of his idols, Uncle Dave
Macon . "
- Tune Finder
- John Chambers'
ABC Tune Finder is a great resource to locate and learn traditional
tunes. A search returns links to download the tune in abc format, the
whole .abc file in which the tune was found, a postscript, .eps or .gif
image, or a MIDI file of the tune. Very convenient, and no additional
software is required to get the tune in standard notation.
John is all the time looking for ABC tune sites to add to his list,
so if anyone has their favorite ABC tunes online, they should send him
the URL (email to firstname.lastname@example.org).
Tune Index Search
- Want to find the
printed version of a tune? You can now search James Stewart's master
index of hundreds off tunebooks, with a total of over 35,000 entries.
Part of the Ceolas Home Page. Primarily Celtic focus, but the Index
contains a wealth of old-time preferences as well.