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Mark Gilston | English Country Dance Tunes For Dulcimer, Volume 1

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English Country Dance Tunes For Dulcimer, Volume 1

by Mark Gilston

English country dances from Playford, beautifully and masterfully rendered on the solo mountain dulcimer by this virtuoso player.
Genre: Folk: Traditional Folk
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1. All in a Garden Green
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2. Argeers
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3. Beggar Boy
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4. Bonny Bonny Broom
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5. Cuckolds All in a Row
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6. Daphne
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7. Drive the Cold Winter Away
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8. Gathering Peascods
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9. Goddesses
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10. Half Hannikin
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11. Heartsease
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12. Jack a Lent
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13. Jenny Pluck Pears
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14. Mage On a Cree
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15. The Maid Peeped Out At the Window
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16. Maiden Lane
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17. Nonesuch
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18. The Old Mole
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19. Parson's Farewell
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20. Scotch Cap
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21. Up Tails All
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22. Upon a Summers Day
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23. The Wish
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24. Woodicock
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Mark Gilston has been playing traditional folk music on the mountain dulcimer for over 35 years. In this CD he brings the wonderful sounds of the late English Renaissance to the sparkling technique of the dulcimer through interpretations of the English Country Dance tunes published by John Playford in 1651.

"Mark stands alone in his astounding ability to adapt world roots music to the mountain dulcimer. He uses all five fingers of his left hand to effectively combine melody and chords like no other." - Stephen Seifert

"Mark Gilston is a lap dulcimer virtuoso...now there's two words you don't often hear used together in the same sentence." - Alan Freeman

"You make such outstanding contributions to the mountain dulcimer." - Lois Hornbostel

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