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Folk: Traditional Folk Folk: Contra Dance Moods: Type: Acoustic
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Gift of the Marcii

by Gift of the Marcii

A high-energy family band, playing original music for contra dancing -- with accordion, dulcimer, piano, concertina, feet, percussion and throat singing.
Genre: Folk: Traditional Folk
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1. The Quaking Bog/Capitalist Jig/Reel d'Issodun
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2. Around the Mountain/On the Danforth/Ballygow
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3. Swango
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4. Accordion Crimes/Reel St. Antoine
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5. Dutch Politie
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6. Battle of Bodhran/Bear Mountain/Sweeney's Buttermilk
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7. Star of the County Down
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8. Wedding Reel/Peggy's Washboard
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9. Familial Jam/Spring Torrents
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10. Southern Cross/Masters in this Hall/Aaron's Favorite
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11. Bedlam Boys/Sam's Jam/Lady Ann Montgomery
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12. Si Bheag Si Mhor
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Gift of the Marcii (pronounced Mark-eye) is a collaboration between brothers Andrew and Aaron Marcus and their mother Peggy. Although the brothers have been playing music since an early age and Andrew has done previous recording, they only recently decided to play and record together as a family band.

And what a great idea that was! With accordion, piano, concertina, mountain dulcimer, vocal effects and various sorts of percussion, they have managed to create a rich and unusual sound, bringing a unique experience to the contra dance community in which they play.

Check out our website (http://www.amarcus.org/marcii) for more information and bios.

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