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Dustin Cooper | So Many Strings, So Little Time

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So Many Strings, So Little Time

by Dustin Cooper

A collection of folk tunes, from Ireland to Japan, played on the hammered dulcimer.
Genre: World: Celtic
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1. Over the Waterfall Set
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2. Gathering Peascods and Newcastle
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3. Charlie Is My Darling and Skye Boat Song
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4. An Dro, And Le Laridé
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5. Moon over the Ruined Castle
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6. Rocky Road to Dublin and the Butterfly Jig
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7. The Foggy Dew
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8. Flower Set
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9. Sepastia Bar
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10. Chanter and Scotch Cap
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11. Lunga Nahawend
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12. Var Det Du
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13. Siúil a Rún and Star of the County Down
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14. Kesh and Morrison's Jig
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Dustin Cooper started his journey with the hammered dulcimer almost 20 years ago playing Irish music. Since then not only has he expanded his repertoire to include music from all over Europe (both traditional and early), but he also plays music from the near and far East. In this first solo hammered dulcimer album, Dustin tries to represent the full spectrum of his music.

Notes for "So Many Strings, So Little Time":
1.) Over the Waterfall Set: Over the Waterfall, John Ryan's Polka, and Bill Sullivan's Polka: all Irish
2.) Gathering Peascods and Newcastle: English Country Dance tunes first published by John Playford, 1651
3.) Charlie is My Darling and The Skye Boat Song: both Scottish
4.) An Dro and Le Laridé: both Breton folk dance tunes
5.) Moon Over the Ruined Castle: Japanese
6.) Rocky Road to Dublin and The Butterfly Jig: both Irish
7.) The Foggy Dew: Irish
8.) The Flower Set: Flowers of the Forest and The Flowers of Edinburgh: both Scottish
9.) Sepastia Bar: Armenian folk dance tune
10.) Chanter and Scotch Cap: Chanter is Irish and Scotch Cap is an English Country Dance tune (pub. by John Playford, 1651)
11.) Lunga Nahawend: Turkish
12.) Var Det Du: Swedish
13.) Siúil A Rún and Star of the County Down: both Irish
14.) Kesh Jig and Morrison's Jig: both Irish

Cover designed by Christi Cooper

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