This podcast was released at March 28th, 2021 at 2:48 PM Eastern Time Zone, as the Moon is perfectly Full. (For show notes and podcast audio, scroll down, down, down…)
Featured Music –
Le Viellieux – Trigo Migo
Germán Díaz – La topolino amaranto
Sonate VI: Allegro en rondeau · Ensemble Danguy · Tobie Miller
- Tell us about baroque hurdy gurdies.
- What instruments have been converted to hurdy gurdies in the olden days?
- What are the oldest playable hurdy gurdies?
- What are the hurdy gurdies of the 18th century like?
- In what century were the best Hurdy Gurdies built?
- What do ice ages have to do with hurdy gurdies?
- Guitar shaped or a lute back hurdy gurdy?
- When were hurdy gurdy capos invented?
- What is required to restore an ancient hurdy gurdy?
- How many hurdy gurdies is too many hurdy gurdies?
- What is a good schedule for maintaining a hurdy gurdy?
- What are ways to determine the age of an ancient hurdy gurdy?
- How often should strings be changed on a hurdy gurdy?
- What can cause problems related to hurdy gurdy intonation?
- What about 19th century hurdy gurdies?
- When should a hurdy gurdy be destroyed?
- How does one distress or relic a hurdy gurdy?
- What is the best way to learn Baroque hurdy gurdy?
- What are good Sonatas to learn on the hurdy gurdy?
Thanks again Sergio, for being with us.