WELCOME to Virtual Lark!

Hi all! Marla Fibish here - I am excited to be teaching the Irish music class at noon (Pacific Time) each day. We will be learning a reel on Friday, a jig on Saturday, and a hornpipe on Sunday. You will find recordings and transcriptions of them here: Virtual Lark Feb 2022 Marla Fibish

Spending some time with them in advance will enrich your learning experience during the workshop. I hope you will join me!

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From Yael Schy: Hello Virtual Lark Camp Improvisers!

Here is information on how you can participate in ongoing Intergenerational Improv Theater  classes after camp ends.

​​Since the pandemic started in 2020, I’ve been facilitating online intergenerational improv theater classes. Zoomers to Boomers Improv (ZBI) facilitates virtual Improv workshops and classes for all ages, from teens through elders around the world, as a way of bridging the generation gap and breaking down age and cultural barriers through shared play and deep conversations. To find out more about what we do and to see us in action, please visit our website:

ZBI Website:

https://zoomerstoboomersimprov.com/

ZBI Facebook Page

https://www.facebook.com/zoomerstoboomersimprov

CONTACT: Yael Schy  yael@zoomerstoboomersimprov.com

ANNOUNCING OUR 1ST INTERGENERATIONAL IMPROV CLASS OF 2022! Come join people of all ages from around the world to play, have deep conversations, and build community together! OUR NEXT VIRTUAL, 8-WEEK CLASS BEGINS ON WED. FEB. 16TH, 6-8 PM PST THROUGH APR. 6TH. Come join our unique international, intergenerational community! Financial aid available by request. To register:

ZBI Winter 2022 Registration Link:

https://bit.ly/zbiwinter22

Pay what you can discount code: FIN-AID-WINTER22

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Sean Nos Singing Workshop Resources https://docs.google.com/document/d/17hd5silB_ZXNqpd-9aJxwnQCtcOSxmUeuRNT5l09mxc/edit?usp=sharing


Names of great Séan Nos singers:

Rita Gallagher,
Nell Ní Chróinín, Dàibhidh Stiùbhard, Iarla Ó Lionáird, Muireann Nic Amhlaoibh, Dolores Keane, Seamus Begley, Frank Harte…. But honestly… ask around! You’ll be amazed at whose names keep turning up.

Additional resources
Seamus Ennis Arts Center
https://www.tseac.ie/

ITMA- Irish Traditional Music Archive https://www.itma.ie/

An Góilín Singers Club https://goilin.com/


Additional Questions:
https://ameliahogan.com/

ameliaisaverb@yahoo.com

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Pascal Gemme’s workshops

You will find the music for the first tune, which was called «un air de madame Eugène Crotté» at this address:  https://www.patreon.com/posts/une-gigue-de-rep-49590677

For «Gigue à Loulou» and «La gambadeuse», check out www.pascalgemme.net  or simply follow these links:  Gigue à Loulou and La gambadeuse (the names should be clickable).

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From Dan Cantrell’s Klezmer class:

Dem Trisker Rebn’s Khusid (Amin)

Belf’s Carnival (Gmaj/Gmin)

Araber tanz (E freygish)

Baym rebin in Palestina into Firn di melatonin aheym

Odessa Bulgar (D mi sheberach) into Choson Kale Mazel Tov into Kolomeyka

Old World Ot Azoi! (Amin/Dmin)

Josh explains the scales better than anyone I know: https://www.klezmershack.com/articles/horowitz/horowitz.klezmodes.html

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Greek Jam with Greg Jenkins YouTube Playlist

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL7CJ-EaPgFkPyUCOPZpIksobX8-DpIbKS

8 tunes in the order we played them

Email me at gregorymasaki@gmail.com for more info

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