Buddy MacMaster In Concert Cape Breton Fiddler Clip 2

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Anyone that has heard Buddy play has become a fan for life. He has done so much for the growth of Scottish music. Thank you Buddy for all your music. Concert sound system and film by Sam Ruest

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Feeling close to home and family, hearing Buddy play this tune, lets me be there. Ceart ma tha. Tilleadh mi dhachaidh, le m' Athair 's mo Mhàthair.y

Author — Robyn Carrigan

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Godspeed, Buddy.  You may be gone, but your music will live forever.  The angels will be dancing a reel tonight, while Cape Bretoners mourn.

Author — Dexter Cat

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Buddy McMasters' concert displaying his mastery of Scottish fiddling is superb! If Neil Gow could hear his rendition of of the Lament to his second wife, no doubt he would be pleased. Five stars for this wonderful post!

Author — TModel15

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The world has lost nothing, Buddy prays for those who fiddle, from heaven.

Author — Christian de Cruce

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i can feel the scottish soul in this tune.

Author — duduche

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The world has lost one of the greatest fiddlers in the world. RIP Buddy.

Author — ka3kcj

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May God bless you Buddy MacMaster, this is so beautiful.

Author — grdonner

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Buddy's mother and my paternal grandmother were sisters.  Buddy and my dad are first cousins, and I have had the very special privilege of listening to his fiddle perfection and beauty for many years.

Author — Hugh MacDonald

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When my mom worked with Smithsonian Folkways before I was born, she hosted Buddy, his daughter Mary Elizabeth on piano, and Dave MacIsaac on guitar for the "Masters of the Folk Violin" show as part of their Folk Masters concert series in 1994. I grew up listening to the tapes of those shows, and I got hooked especially on Buddy and Cape Breton fiddling. Buddy was really one of the best.

Author — ge009

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Very suitable for Charlie Porier-( formerly from Mac Lean St.)--also worked at Robin Jones & a v.good fiddle player-

Author — Mary Jane MacNeil

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Rest in peace, Buddy. Thank you for sharing such a special gift of your tradition with the rest of the world...

Author — Ted K

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Such and talent, Thanks for the music Buddy.

Author — Things I find self-evident

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Seeing and hearing this gentle man in concert in Louisbourg nearly 8 years ago instantly made Buddy just about my favourite fiddler ever. He'll not be forgotten in a hurry.

Author — Jerry Simon

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Rest in peace, Buddy. Thank you for sharing such a special gift of your tradition with the rest of the world...

Author — Ted K

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RIP, Buddy MacMaster, we have lost one of the greatest fiddlers in the world.

Author — Huguette17

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'Hats off' to the man from Judique.
Rest in Peace Buddy.

Author — Gill Hoolee

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I was at Sabhal Mor Ostaig in Skye when news of Buddy's death came in. In previous summers we'd been staying down the road from his home in Judique, we were in Long Point on Highway19...a long way from Clare, Galway & Roscommon! Anyway, it was very touching that our fiddle teacher, the wonderful Charlie McKerron from Capercaillie, dedicated our concert performance to Buddy's memory. The Iron Man, the Eagle's Whistle and the (mighty) Goat Island Ceili Band reel were part of our set. Brilliant teacher and lovely man, that Charlie! We played with pride for Buddy MacMaster RIP.

Author — Róisín Ní Loirgneain

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RIP Buddy, you will be missed, but you and your music will live on in our hearts.

Author — Victor Lewis

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His spirit will live on with us forever. Thank you Buddy

Author — Keegan Durovich

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RIP. Thanking you for sharing your musical gifts with us and leaving us a great legacy. You will be missed.

Author — Pauline Lerner