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It Would Sure Be A Miracle

by Mark Gilston

Traditional American, British, Balkan, Swedish, and other European Folk songs and instrumentals
Genre: Folk: Traditional Folk
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1. District Court March from Leksands
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2. The Cowboy
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3. Lather and Shave
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4. Soldier with the Green Whiskers
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5. Bourree Bouscatel
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6. Come All You Young People
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7. Lady Gay
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8. Passacalle from Majorca
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9. Tom's Gone to Hilo
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10. Pretty Polly
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11. Hvoytsata (Paidushko from Dragoevo)
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12. Prsten Ti Padna
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13. Sitna Lisa
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14. Snoshti Si Rada
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15. Rustemul
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16. Devil Buck
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17. Mrs. Fogharty's Cake
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18. Bow Down
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19. Wedding March from Rattvik
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20. The Day-Traders' Alphabet
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Album Notes
Mark Gilston has been performing traditional folk music for over thirty years. His vast repertoire encompasses songs and instrumentals from North America and most of Europe, particularly the British Isles, Scandinavia, and the Balkans. His performances are laced with humor and a wide base of eclectic knowledge. Among the many instruments he plays are concertina, Appalachian dulcimer, guitar, banjo, Bulgarian bagpipes, pennywhistle, ocarina, tambura, etc..
He has given concerts at numerous colleges, clubs and coffee houses throughout the United States as well as England and Canada; and he has been a featured performer and work shop leader for various folk music societies through the country. He has been featured at many folk festivals both in the US and abroad. Mark is currently performing music and living in Austin, Texas.

About this CD, Nick Bratkovich said, "My wife and I listened to your CD all the way home to Bartlesville and found it totally delightful... Thanks for sharing your music with us this past weekend and enriching our lives."

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