Other web pages that must not be missed are:

 

The UK Hurdy-Gurdy Forum: great people...

 

http://uk.groups.yahoo.com/group/HurdygurdyForum/

and

http://www.gurdy.co.uk/

 

Neil Brook, my favourite maker, sometime mentor and gurdy-guru:

http://hurdy-gurdy.org.uk/

 

Chateauroux Baroque Workshop:

http://d.meline.free.fr/balsan/

 

Paul Fustier's Baroque Hurdy-Gurdy site:

http://xaime.pagesperso-orange.fr/vielle.html

 

Chateau d'Ars, the festival previously known as St Chartier:

http://www.rencontresdeluthiers.org/en/images.php

 

Les Gas du Berry, folk group centred at George Sand's village of Nohant:

http://les.gas.du.berry.pagesperso-orange.fr/index.html

 

The Early Music Shop, good friends:

http://www.earlymusicshop.com/

 

di-Arezzo, Parisian based music shop that, unlike most English shops, can actually get you the music, try them:

http://www.di-arezzo.co.uk/accueil_cla.php

 

Olympic Musical Instruments, the nearest thing that I have found to a USA site for the Hurdy-Gurdy:

http://www.hurdygurdy.com/

 

Matthew Spring et al's Chalemie Summer School (the site wouldn't open just now saying that it was too busy?):

 

http://www.chalemie.co.uk/

 

 

 

Trad Magazine, French language magazine friendly to the hurdy-gurdy and bagpipes:

 

 

http://www.tradmagazine.com/