Tania Opland & Mike Freeman | Cut to Rhythms

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Cut to Rhythms

by Tania Opland & Mike Freeman

A cross-cultural romp through a dizzying assortment of styles, on many instruments, in several languages, including traditional, contemporary and original.
Genre: World: World Traditions
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Fair & Tender Ladies
4:26 album only
2. Merry Blacksmith/Heathery Cruach/Paddy O'Brien's
3:31 album only
3. A River
3:43 album only
4. MaryLou Murphy's
3:12 album only
5. Julian of Norwich
3:16 album only
6. Jovano, Jovanke
2:06 album only
7. Kerry's Waltz/The Flowerpot Frog
4:19 album only
8. Borderlands
7:25 album only
9. Katyusha
3:52 album only
10. Styrman's Waltz/Lokkerin Waltz
3:56 album only
11. Jack Monroe
4:50 album only
12. Andijan
2:39 album only
13. Bound Away
5:18 album only
14. Cut to Rhythms
7:17 album only


Album Notes
Tania Opland and Mike Freeman are from... well, let's see -- England, Ireland, Alaska, Western Washington...? Let's say all of the above. You can read their webpage for more details about that, but be warned: it's confusing.

Their music comes from all over the map, too, gathered from their journeys and other rambling musicians they've met along the way. This CD includes material from Ireland, England, Norway, Russia, Macedonia, Uzbekistan, plus a few originals, written on the road, so not really from anywhere specific.

Mike Freeman: Djembe, darabouka, vocals, guitar, mandolin, cittern.

Tania Opland: Guitar, vocals, violin, hammered dulcimer, tenor recorder, Kiowa (Native American) flute, keyboard, piccolo-melodeon.

Guest artist: Dee de Wit on 'cello and double bass.



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Sharon N.

Love the Variety
Wow - what a variety of instruments and music! Very interesting and enjoyable. Will also have to look into more recent offerings.