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About DougC
Biography:
I studied klezmer violin and mandolin at KlezKanada for a number of years with Deborah Strauss, Michael Alpert, Zev Feldman, and Jeff Warshauer.
Author of the St. Paul Slow Sessiun Irish tune book.
Location:
Minneapolis, MN
Interests:
Irish fiddler, klezmer mandolinist, second violin in community orchestra, violin 'set up' and repair

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Klezmer - the best has yet to come

by DougC on Mar-30-2017 at 12:48pm
I've been ruminating on this idea for some time, and folks that have read my posts on Mandolin Cafe know some of my promises to start a 'resource' for klezmer mandolin here.

The general notion is that I want a place to share really good acoustic music in klezmer. There is very little klezmer out there on the internet played on mandolins and I want to change it here.

So, what is klezmer music, or what is the 'pure drop' as they say in Irish music. And how does mandolin

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My own blog? Who would read this stuff?

by DougC on Oct-16-2014 at 10:36am
Hmmm, let's see now, I guess I should start with a biography. My personal musical history. I just watched Mike Marshall's 'live interview' from Germany (October 2014). And I recalled what I was doing when he described his musical background. It is far more interesting... but I'm a little older than him.

Anyway, in high school I began in earnest playing guitar, a hand made classical guitar from a luthier neighbor. I then bought a Gibson J40 adjustable bridge steel string from a folk

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