Is Irish Fiddle more challenging than, say, Cajun Fiddle?
For example could a Cajun Fiddler compete in Irish competition or are they methods too different?
Generally, competitions have rules about what music you can play at the competition. In terms of methods, however, most fiddle styles common in North America (Cajun, Appalachian, Bluegrass, Ozark, etc.) are descended from Celtic fiddle. It is not uncommon for someone who learned one style first to switch to another.
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