Students from the Lindbergh School District Sperreng/Truman Middle School Orchestras (St. Louis, MO), with Fiddler Magazine stickers.

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Fiddler Ball Caps: Hunter Green twill with white embroidery. One size fits most; adjustable D-ring back. $17.50. Made by Americaps in North Carolina.

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  Ralph sports a grey cap from a previous batch.



CD/Book set: Fiddlers 20

Featuring 20 master fiddlers featured in our first 20 years. Fantastic listening! $15.00

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Dancing Fiddler & Dog Winter Note Cards
Five FREE upon request, while supplies last, with green envelopes. 4 1/4" X 5 1/2". No postage necessary if ordering something else; if not, postage charge is $1.50.

John Hartford's Old Time Fiddling
("Trying to teach my hands to do what I hear in my head").
Take a private lesson from John Hartford! John discusses and demonstrates many techniques and bowing styles, and teaches several tunes. Included is a booklet with transcriptions of the tunes and examples. Tunes include "Dusty Miller," "Sally Johnson," "Hamilton Iron Works," "Squirrel Hunters," "Acrobat's Hornpipe," "Flea Market Breakdown"... 114 min. $25.
"It is certainly the finest video to surface from either old time or bluegrass music." -- Bluegrass Music News

Book (with online audio):
Fiddler Magazine's Favorites
(Fiddler Mag. & Mel Bay Pubs., 1999). Interviews with 36 fiddlers and 46 tunes from the old time, bluegrass,swing, Texan, Cajun, Irish, Scottish, jazz, klezmer, Swedish, Mexican, and Canadian traditions! Tunes on CDs played by the original artists (Byron Berline, Vassar Clements, Richard Greene, Johnny Gimble, Kevin Burke, Bruce Molsky, John Hartford, Michael Doucet, James Kelly, Jay Ungar, Charlie Acuff, Juan Reynoso, Laurie Lewis...) $25

Handy with the Stick: Irish Fiddlers in Words and Music (Fiddler Mag. & Mel Bay Pubs., 2009). Brendan Taaffe's interviews with/articles on eleven of the world's greatest Irish fiddlers: Tommy Peoples, Siobhan Peoples, Paddy Glackin, Séan Ryan, Brendan McGlinchey, John Carty, Junior Crehan, Patrick Kelly, Caoimhin O Raghallaigh, Matt Cranitch, Sarah Blair. 30 great tunes. $15.

DVD: Carrying on the Traditions: Appalachian Fiddling Today
DVD re-release of our popular 1995 video, featuring John Hartford, Ralph Blizard, Red Wilson, Brad Leftwich, Kirk Sutphin, Dan Gellert, Bruce Greene, Charlie Acuff. 120 minutes. Available by 7/12. $25.

“…The playing is outstanding…  A must-have for anyone interested in the world of fiddling.” – Strings Magazine, 1996

“…A rare oppportunity to compare several master fiddlers and learn tunes and styles from one or all of them.” — Dirty Linen Magazine, 1996

The tunes played:
Ralph Blizard (with Phil Jamison): Florida Blues; Fiddler’s Blues; Leather Britches; Blizard Train; Midnight on the Water; Bonaparte’s Retreat.
Bruce Greene (with Danny Johnson): Snowbird; Apple Blossom; Old Beech Leaves; Indian Ate the Woodchuck; McKinley Waltz; Last of Harris.
Brad Leftwich (with Linda Higginbotham): Piney Woods Gal; Indian Ate a Woodchuck; Old Bunch of Keys; Lost Indian; Cold Frosty Morning.
Charlie Acuff (with Bob Fulcher and Bettye Jeane Moore): Two O’clock; Cacklin’ Hen; Bob Taylor’s March; Going to Chattanooga; Turkey Buzzard.
John Hartford (with Mike Compton and Roy Huskey, Jr.): Old Sledge; Bonaparte’s Retreat; Dry and Dusty; Ida Red.
Dan Gellert: Sail Away Ladies; Hell Up Coal Hollow; Hook and Line (Shout Lulu); Old Greasy Coat; Give the Fiddler a Dram.
Red Wilson (with Danny Johnson and Bruce Greene): Grassy Creek; John Brown’s Dream; Roving Gambler; Groundhog; Jonesboro.
Kirk Sutphin (with Riley Baugus): Old Virginia Reel; Cider; Richmond Cotillion; Cluck Old Hen; Roscoe.

Fiddler Magazine's Old-Timey Jam (A re-release on DVD of our 1995 video, featuring six terrific musicians playing 26 tunes. Includes a booklet with transcriptions of all tunes. 60 minutes. $16. "Great fun for the player to jump in and do it." -- Victory Review, 1996

Stickers (one free with subscriptions; if purchased separately, $1 each; 4 for $3; 10 for $6. Please note that our online order page does not ask for a free sticker choice -- if you have a preference, please email us at after you place your subscription order. There's no need to add $1 to the online form for your free sticker (if you do, it will be refunded). The online order page also does not account for multiple sticker purchases -- please email us with questions -- thanks!).


ROUND STICKER: 3" round stick -- Fiddling possum

RECTANGLULAR STICKERS have the Fiddler Magazine logo and a slogan:
-- Fiddle: A violin with attitude! (green)
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OVAL STICKERS: 3" X 4" oval sticker.
-- So many tunes, so little time! (red)
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-- Have fiddle, will travel. (turquoise)

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