Halsway Schottische aka Halsway Carol.
Cracking tune composed by Nigel Eaton and played on a newly-restored Pajot hurdy-gurdy.
Electrorotation. La Cabale and Fabuliste. Stephane Durand. 17 April 2010. Teatro Subasio, Spello.
Dare to Hurdy-Gurdy. Caroline Phillips talks at TEDxTransmedia about the hurdy-gurdy, ending with the performance of two Basque songs.
Hurdy-gurdy hospital. Caroline Phillips, Bidaia’s resident singer and hurdy-gurdy player goes to her Luthier’s house in Perigord (vert) to get her Hurdy fixed.
Gregory Jolivet playing Earth. Fantastic.
Gregory Jolivet plays Sunshine from the album “il et encore temps” by La Machine.
Another recording of Gregory Jolivet playing Scottisch Urbaine. Fine example of contemporary hurdy-gurdy playing.
Gregory Jolivet plays “Scottisch Urbaine” in front of Msr. Mousnier’s stall at Chateaux d’Ars in 2009.
Patrick Bouffard, Nigel Eaton and Paul James playing three time bourrées. At the Great Hurdy-Gurdy Weekend at Halsway Manor, UK, 10-12 February 2012.
Nigel Eaton and Cliff Stapleton playing a tune by Cliff called “Kicksy-Wicksy” at the Halsway Manor Hurdy-Gurdy Weekend, 10-12 February 2012.
Nigel Eaton plays “Goldcrest” at the Great Hurdy-Gurdy Weekend, Halsway Manor, UK. 10-12 February 2012.
Enter the Ukuwheele
Bored of your hurdy-gurdy? Try the latest in musical instruments - the Ukuwheele - a surprisingly pleasant sounding ukulele, modified with a wheel and manivelle.
Flamenco - with the hurdy-gurdy or zanfona (played by Abel Garcia)