Traditional Norwegian Hardanger fiddle music and Norwegian and Swedish fiddle music.
Member of: Boston Spelemannslag (also group contact), Patrick McMonagle & Friends
ERASETHIStobyweinberg AT hotmail DOT com
720 Fellows Av.
Syacuse NY 13210
Appeared at NEFFA 2019:
|Scandinavian & US Pivot Dances||TB Friday April 12, 8:00pm to 8:50pm, High School Rm. 101 [show on grid]|
|Learn 3 energetic couple dances; Scandinavian "Snoa", Norwegian "Seattle Polka" and Seattle "Boston Two Step". (Learn how these names became that confusing, too!)|
|Dansgladdje - Swedish Couple Dances||NX Saturday April 13, 4:15pm to 5:05pm, Middle School Rm. 105/106 [show on grid]|
|Hambos, Schottises, Polkas and Polskas of all sorts from Sweden, played for your dancing delight (dansgladdje) by a Swedish Riksspelman (Stefhan) and an American enthusiast.|
|Hardangerfiddle Tunes & Stories||E Saturday April 13, 9:00pm to 9:50pm, High School Rm. 176 [show on grid]|
|Enchanting music played on Norway's unique 8 string fiddle. Stories of enchantment, magical creatures and the doings of ordinary people from centuries past. The traditional fiddler's art was always that of telling the stories as well as playing the music.|
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