Episode 88: Shane Lestideau Interview (Fiddle, baroque violin, violin d'amore)
Finding Michael Jackson in the Blue Mountains after ten years in a Buddhist Bush community. A year of four hour nights. Mozart with a Sligo lilt. Ten hour train trips for one hour lessons. Scottish baroque music, modal tunes, violin d'amore, and combining art music and folk music.
Catch Shane Lestideau in Queenscliff during the Boxwood Festival from the 19th to the 21st of Feb 2021. Joining Shane at Boxwood are Maggie Carty, Máirtín Staunton, Andy Rigby, Aifric Boylan, Chris Norman and Coral Reid.
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In this episode Shane plays:
Castle Kelly's / The Ivy Leaf / The Otter’s Holt / The Glass of Beer
The Horseman's Port
Tam Lin / The Juggler
Sonata on the Lea Rig
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