There's nothing like the sound of a fresh spring when you're thirsty. Bruce Molsky, a magician on the fiddle and banjo is not unaccustomed to time signatures as peculiar as parallel universes to a Newtonian. 44/16. 11/16. He played for a few minutes in a wicker chair that often makes the recordings twitch, warming up, listening to the room.Within 5 minutes he'd found the harmonics in the corners tucked between the cupboard and the roll of seamless paper that transforms a room to make breakfast into something resembling a studio. I'd never heard someone play fiddle and sing so effortlessly simultaneously. The bass notes of his voice resonating through the body of his violin.This medley begins with a song that so far is the only recording, which he plans to record for his new album. Thanks to an e-mail from the lovely Laurelyn Dossett, Bruce Molsky found his way into the kitchen. He recently played at the Triad Stage's Upstage Cabaret room on S. Elm Street. For those of you who missed the performance, here's a brief glimpse of a fabulous fiddler.Bruce has played all over the United States and Europe, and played on a musical series in the United Kingdom for the BBC.Thank you Bruce.moreless
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