Fiddle N’ Fun is a place for some fun light hearted informal fiddle-faddle. Check back from time to time to see what’s new as I add more fiddle n’ fun. Enjoy!
Playing the violin burns approximately 170 calories per hour. Forget about your workout and start practicing harder!
It starts to get really interesting at about 1:35 into the video. These kids can really play well to do these stunts.
Amy and Timothy Dutton duel it out to see who can play faster on the famous Orange Blossom Special. Live on stage at the Dutton Family Theater in Branson Missouri.
The photo is actually Josh and Henry Reed, circa 1903.
Nokia ringtone during concert of classical music
Oh, the times they are a changing
Baron Buika plays the violin
Gisele MacKenzie & Jack Benny: legendary violin duet “Getting to Know You”
13 More Crazy Sound Effects on a VIOLIN
Mills Violano Virtuoso. A machine that plays the piano and violin at the same time.
The Mills Violano Virtuoso is a machine that was designed around 1910 and not only plays a piano but also plays a violin.
My teacher told me that there were only two things keeping me from becoming a great violinist—“My right hand and my left hand”.
Pop goes the Weasel
Wilbur Hall playing “Pop goes the Weasel”
When Musical Things Go Wrong
I ran across this post on the Fiddlerman Forum and thought I would share it with you. Learning music can be really hard at first, but don’t give up and enjoy the learning process. Sometimes things go wrong, but it’s okay.
Funny animals Dog playing violin happy birthday to you
14 Year Old Fiddler – The Orange Blossom Special – The Kempters
The Kempters are a family and vintage gospel band from Deatsville, AL. This video, far from a gospel video, is a fun video recorded by the Kempter Family a few years back when Chris Kempter was just a youngster. Chris (with all his twins) battles it out for a place in the band playing The Orange Blossom Special. The embed function has been disabled, but you can watch and listen directly on YouTube by clicking the picture below.
Funny tricks that you can do on the violin
Pierre Holstein, the Fiddlerman from Fiddlershop, with three funny tricks that you can do with your violin or fiddle to get people to laugh.
World’s fastest violinist plays Flight of the Bumblebee
Ben Lee the Guinness World Record holder for “Fastest Violin Player In The World”. In his first attempt before a TV audience of 3 million, Ben reached speeds of 15 notes per second but was deemed to have missed 3 notes. A further attempt was made on April 7th 2010, taking just 64.21 seconds to blaze through all 810 notes of the technically demanding “Flight of the Bumblebee” by Rimsky-Korsakov.