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Tristan Clarridge and Brittany Haas: “George Booker”
 
July 1, 2015

Tristan Clarridge has won the Weiser, Idaho, Grand National Fiddle Championship Contest five times, and is regarded as one of the best Texas-style fiddlers of all time. He is also a pioneering and virtuosic cellist and has toured the world with Crooked Still, Darol Anger’s Republic of Strings, and many others, including his own inventive acoustic group the Bee Eaters. In the Fiddle Styles Workshop segment he taped with Brittany Haas, Tristan focused on his Texas fiddling, and they started by playing the fiddle tune “George Booker” together, as seen here. beeeaters.com

In her Fiddle Styles Workshop for Peghead Nation, Brittany hosts some of the best fiddlers on the planet, as they teach some of their favorite tunes and techniques. To learn from Brittany and her guests, enroll in the Fiddle Styles Workshop today.

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