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Fall 2011 Sampler CD
Banks of Lough Gowna/Old Hag You’ve Killed Me/Earl’s Chair:
This medley is from Aaron O’Rourke’s new CD, Banjammer. Read about it on page 47 where Aaron has also included a simplified TAB of the first tune in the medley.
This traditional Swedish tune was contributed by Mark Grobner from his new CD Sunrise. Mark teamed up with Ken Kolodner on the project. Read about it on page 48.
All the Way to Galway/Crucaharan Cross:
Lorinda Jones and Greta Gillmeister perform together as the Chattering Magpies. This selection is from thier latest project, a CD/DVD combination. Read about it on page 46.
Sky Through The Pines
: Timothy Seaman’s latest release pulls gentle tunes from several of his previous CDs into a collection he calls Gentle Breeze Beneath the Trees. Read about it on page 50.
The Rising Son:
From Nate Pultorak’s first CD of the same title. Read about it on page 50.
This was contributed by French Canadian dulcimist Sylvain LeCroix. The cut is from the CD Cordaphone. Read about it on page 48.
Waltz of the Little Girls:
This cut is from Bob Hubbach’s new CD, Out of the Buckhorn Way. It receives a full review by Chuck Boody on page 52.
Castle of Dromore:
This cut from Nina Zanetti and Bill Collins was supposed to be on the Summer Sampler, but was inadvertantly left off. Thanks to Bill and Nina for letting us include it this time. It is from their album Sum of the Parts.
Carey Dubbert contributed this excellent cut from his new CD, Being Home. Read about it on page 46.
What a Friend:
This familar gospel tune comes from Pam Bowman’s latest CD, Hammered Hoot ’n ’Nanny. Read about it on page 48.
Oh Beautiful Star of Bethleham:
The Mandalay Bay Strummers contributed this holiday cut from their new CD, A Dulcimer Christmas. Read about it on page 46.
Hard Times, Come Again No More:
Phil Passen contributed this well known Stephen Foster song. It is taken from his latest recording, Tramp, Tramp, Tramp, Music of the Civil War on Hammered Dulcimer. Read about it on page 58.