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  • Re: Chants d’Acadie: Tout passe

    This is the second recording of traditional Canadian music and songs by singer Suzie Leblanc accompanied by flutist Chris Norman, fiddler David Greenberg et al.

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  • Re: Australian Traditional Dance Tunes, Volume 1

    I stumbled across this on here by accident two weeks ago, and really enjoy it. Before this, I hadn't heard too many Australian tunes before. I listen to a lot of Northumbrian trad and think it's really interesting that some of the tunes are played in the ...

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  • Re: Traditional Dance Tunes

    This music would be great at a hootenanny. So infectiously "get up and dance" (or hop painfully around in my case with fractured leg...) Good luck all of yous. "Jawbones" no. 7 is a tonic.

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  • Re: Carlos Sweeney McCartin

    Track 3-2 'Bill The Weaver'. Linked to the polka usually associated with this name. Just changed link to jig usually known as "Cheer Up Old Hag" (think that's what it is ?)

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  • Re: Carlos Sweeney McCartin

    Just have to agree with all the above. Absolutely no 'duff' tracks. All are reasonably well kwon session tunes, and played fairly straight, but all the better for that. Still manages to sound fresh and very listenable. Perfect music for those who enjoy wi...

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