Superbly done. Though as a trad-Irish fiddle player myself I was puzzled by the Chieftains Irish entry. It was listed as Drowsy Maggie but didn't sound like Drowsy Maggie or Irish at all, more Scottish than anything. I see the tune was recorded by Sean Keane and the Chieftains (you can find Sean playing it on youtube) it is actually a hornpipe, sped up and played as a reel and is composed by 19th century British Fiddler James Hill from Gateshead. Though I'm sure that Charles Yang is talented enough to pickup the styles, it would be great to see an exploration of folk fiddle styles - it was really barely touched on here. Ie. Scottish, Irish (many styles in Ireland alone), New England, Quebecois, Metis, Old-time, Cajun, Texas Swing .. and many styles across Europe, Moravian, Swedish, Gypsy etc..