The ‘Salvador’

The ‘Salvador’

The Salvador violin asks the questions, “why is a violin body always symmetrical ?”

“Does it need to be symmetrical ?” And “what happens if it’s not?”
High notes one side, and low notes the other……what happens if we build a body to suit?
Answers on a post card to Tim Phillips, Mochdre Mill etc.

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    FiddleTutor
    The Charlesworth Hornpipe
    Written by Sam McGrady
    3/2 Bm
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    Sam wrote this tune in 1988 while he was working on the Northern Frisk Collection with Jamie Knowles and Pat Chandler-Knowles. Pete Cooper credits him as the composer on the CD, which he recorded as part of his online tune collection. It was written for Dave Godwin who lived in Charlesworth Derbyshire. Dave played Piano Accordion and guitar with the Bilbo Baggins Barn Dance Band with whom Sam played fiddle for many years. The tune is popular with musicians around Saddleworth in Greater Manchester.

    Application of the tune
    Good for dancing and goes well with 'John of the Green, the Cheshire Way'

    Tutors Notes
    Bridging is a very useful technique to work on in this piece. It is also not a bad idea to work on bow managements trying to keep the bow relatively cantered for all of the string crossing.
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