The Puckerbrush Players | Woodard's Green Sleeves

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Woodard's Green Sleeves

by The Puckerbrush Players

Hammered Dulcimer with whistle and bodhran. Gentle "folksey" music.
Genre: Folk: Traditional Folk
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1. Greensleeves
3:17 album only
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2. The Nutting Girl
2:54 album only
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3. Kesh Jig
2:44 album only
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4. Star Of The County Down
4:06 album only
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5. Scotland The Brave
2:18 album only
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6. Captain O'Kane
1:58 album only
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7. Petronella
2:47 album only
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8. The Cuckoo's Nest
2:10 album only
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9. Simple Gifts / Amazing Grace
2:57 album only
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10. Hole In The Wall
2:04 album only
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11. Whiskey Before Breakfast
2:31 album only
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12. Sullivan Ballou
4:55 album only
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13. Haste To The Wedding
2:28 album only
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14. Flowers Of Edinburgh / Over The Waterfall
4:42 album only
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15. The Ashgrove
2:24 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The Puckerbrush Players

What could be better than the haunting, joyful, and enchanting sound of the hammered dulcimer? TWO hammered dulcimers!!

A life-long interest in many types of music led us to the Original Dulcimer Players Club of Evart, Michigan. It was love at first sound. A few years and many hours of practice later, we are sharing our music with the public as performers and workshop leaders.

Our current work is mainly folk and traditional music in historical reenactments, but the dulcimer also lends itself well to contemporary music. Our dulcimers often share the stage with a Flageolet (wood whistle), an Irish bodhran (drum) and a limberjack named Woodard (our mascot).

This recording was given 4 stars by Renissance Magazine.

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