Rob Brereton | Someone to Watch Over Me

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Someone to Watch Over Me

by Rob Brereton

Instrumental music featuring Appalachian dulcimer in a wide variety of styles from Renainssance to Jazz by one of the major influences of the contemporary dulcimer movement
Genre: Folk: Modern Folk
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1. Atholl Highlanders
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2. Don't Get Around Much Anymore
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3. Bridget Cruise
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4. Minuet in G
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5. My Carnal Life I Will Lay Down
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6. When I Fall In Love
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7. How Can I Keep From Singing
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8. Pipe On The Hop/Smash The Windows
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9. Someone To Watch Over Me
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10. Blue Skies/Moonglow
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11. Saltarello
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12. Squire Wood's Lamentation
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13. From A Distance
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Rob is considered one of the pioneers in contemporary dulcimer playing. With his extensive background in music theory, arranging and classical guitar, Rob has helped stretch the repertoire of the dulcimer beyond what many though possible. His playing has been called, "strong, masterful and innovative." Rob's recording, "Someone to Watch Over Me" demonstrates that the dulcimer can be used in any ensemble setting and for any style of music from Renaissance to pop. Oh yeah, and he yodels and has a dog named Rover.

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