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Fri, Sep 20, 2019
11:45am
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Lunch at the Library: Appalachian Fiddling in the Deep South and How It Got There
(Performing Arts)

Sound Archives Fellowship Scholar Aisha Ivey will be introducing us to some of the fiddlers she has video recorded in Florida, Georgia, Tennessee, Kentucky, and West Virginia over the last few months. Her research involves studying the migration of American old time fiddling from the Appalachian region throughout the southeastern United States. In these recordings she is focusing on documenting bowing patterns, tune repertoire, musical influences, how playing styles vary, and the way fiddlers learn. Free lunch will be provided.

Location: Hutchins Library Room 106
Contact: Harry Rice
E-Mail harry_rice@berea.edu
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