Degrees of Separation (Part 4: The Germans)

Follow me as I take you on a journey around the globe to explore new types of early and folk music, discover amazing musicians, and possibly find something we are missing along the way.  In this fourth part, we encounter some amazing performances in Germany.

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Sipping an Ale in the Berim Gardon

The Hit Gardon, or in the magyar nyelvÜtőgütőgardon” (Hungarian is phonetic so it sounds just as it is written), is an Hungarian folk instrument that was the natural evolution of Viola da Gamba and a truncheon.

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