Keyreel Raskolenko | Fiddle

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by Keyreel Raskolenko

KeyReel Raskolenko is a fiddler, violinist and composer. This is the first official album with Celtic music on it and recordings from USA, Canada and Russia.
Genre: World: Celtic
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Drunken Landlady / Spootiskery / Mortgage Burn
3:41 $0.99
2. The Musical Chisholm Household / Father Hectors
3:50 $0.99
3. Flashlight Jig Set
3:20 $0.99
4. Omnium Gatherum
4:34 $0.99
5. Red Hair Set
6:42 $0.99
6. Hogties / Green Fields of Glentown
4:26 $0.99
7. Cold
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Album Notes
KeyReel Raskolenko has performed and recorded with many musicians across North America and Europe. A virtuoso player on 4-string and 5-string acoustic and electric violins, he is a classically trained musician with experience in classical chamber and orchestra music, fiddle music, improvisation, and music composition. While his fiddling is rooted in the Cape Breton style, he is equally versed in playing classical, Irish, Scottish, and American Folk music. He has taught and performed at prestigious festivals such as the Cape Breton Fiddler’s Association (Canada), Celtic Colours (Canada), and Summer Music Intensives (Texas), and has also toured extensively across Europe and Asia with classical chamber and fiddle music.

In addition to teaching and performing, KeyReel also composes for many instruments, including violin, string quartet and orchestra. His works have been performed at the Great Hall of Gnesin’s Academy, the Moscow House of Composers, and Texas Christian University.

Keyreel graduated from the Gnesin’s Russian Academy of Music with his BM and MM degrees for violin in 2005, and is currently working on his Artist Diploma degree from Texas Christian University, where he is a student of Dr. Elisabeth Adkins. Also he is a member of several orchestras in DFW area TX now. In addition to his classical program and fiddle life, he studies and plays jazz and occasionally performs rock concerts in DFW area on his 5-string electric violin.



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