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Bruce Molsky and Tatiana Hargreaves: “Last of Harris”

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Peghead Nation old-time fiddle and banjo teacher plays a John Salyer tune with the young award-winning fiddler and singer.

by Dan Gabel
January 10, 2019

Tatiana Hargreaves, an award-winning old-time fiddler and singer, joined Peghead Nation Old-Time Fiddle and Wade Ward–Style Banjo instructor Bruce Molsky in the studio last year, and they recorded this two-fiddle version of  Kentucky fiddler John Sayler’s tune “Last of Harris.”   

To learn old-time fiddle from Bruce, enroll in his Old-Time Fiddle course on Peghead Nation today!


Tags: Old-Time, Fiddle
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