Van Sederburg :
Was asking about Vibrato In Irish Music.

And said ( Is there a rule? Maybe this is a silly question,)

1/ Q: Is there a rule ?
     A: There's genearally are no rules in Irish music,it seem's
to me.  More a Etiquette and/of keeping close to the Tradition.

2/ Q: Maybe this is a silly question ?
      A: No ! it's not silly, and I have asked it many times myself,
especally in my early playing.

Here's a Fiddler of  the old Traditional School Paddy Canny.
But beside, is a new school player who was classically taught !

So he would know much about Vidrato -

* Same could be said of these 3 Fine Irish Fiddle Player's :-

Michael Coleman

John Sheahan ( The Dubliner's )

Sean Keane ( The Chieftian's )

I only like to put Vibrato with a, '' Less is More '' Attitude !

Mostly in Air's, Song's, Slow tunes, but sometimes in, and at the end
of some Reel's and Jig's etc. * Here is a Video I made up once on Vibrato !
 ' Hope This Help's Van '  -- jim,,,

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I just realized that the message I sent asking this question was just an email to the group and not a posting as intended.  How embarrassing.  I didn't mean to spam everyone. I see now what I was supposed to have clicked on to start a new discussion.  Thanks for the reply!


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