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Moveable Feast Pt. 2: fiddling around

Gilliane Richards (left) jamming with violin teacher Shamma Sabir (right), pictured beside Gillian's 100-year-old fiddle.

Gillianne Richards had never taken music lessons before, so she made up for it by putting her three kids in every one she could find.

Now, finally, she's had the courage to take classes herself and shares the joys and terror of taking up the violin, in this second edition of her arts column, Moveable Feast.

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