Butch Baldassari & David Schnaufer | Appalachian Mandolin And Dulcimer

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Appalachian Mandolin And Dulcimer

by Butch Baldassari & David Schnaufer

Mandolin and dulcimer play Appalachian repertoire
Genre: Folk: Traditional Folk
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1. Ground Hog
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2. June Apple
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3. Muddy Roads
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4. Tater Patch
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5. Sandy River Belle
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6. Black Mt. Rag
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7. Wayfaring Stranger
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8. Drunken Hiccups
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9. Wolves-A-Howling
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10. Wild Rose of the Mountain
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11. Cheep Mountain
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12. Flop Eared Mule
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13. Cold Frosty Morning
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14. Pretty Saro
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Mandolinist Butch Baldassari and Dulcimer Legend David Schnaufer have joined forces for a new cd of duets showcasing traditional music of the Appalachian Mountains. “Appalachian Mandolin and Dulcimer” is a program of 14 tunes performed on a variety of mandolin and dulcimer family instruments. “No overdubs here!!!” exclaims Baldassari, “just straight ahead live playing.” David Schnaufer describes the cd as . . . “a musical conversation performed on vintage and contemporary instruments in settings to showcase the rare archaic harmonies of these joyful, lonesome and eternal themes.”

Baldassari and Schnaufer are planning a variety of live performances in support of this disc — concerts, workshops, in-store performances and dulcimer festivals are some of the planned upcoming events.

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