Roguery | Impropriety, Vol. 1

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Impropriety, Vol. 1

by Roguery

Tunes for English country dance (for all the dances in Impropriety, the country dances of Brooke Friendly and Chris Sackett), including traditional tunes, a 13th-century French carol, and modern compositions - lyrical, silly, rousing, and haunting
Genre: Folk: Contra Dance
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1. Heydaze
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2. Cottonwood
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3. On Wittman's Golden Floor
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4. Home Again
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5. The Black Cat
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6. Lavender
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7. Caravan Crossing
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8. Rogues' Ramble
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9. Winter Garden
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10. A Trip to Town-O
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11. At Nancy's House
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12. Paul's Pet Peeve
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13. Puck's Deceit
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14. Sun Return
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15. The Friendly Brooke
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16. The Mollyandrew
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17. Impropriety
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Album Notes
This album includes all the English country dances published in Impropriety Volume 1, the country dances of Brooke Friendly and Chris Sackett. Anita Anderson (piano, voice, bells, zills) and Dave Bartley (guitars, cittern, mandolin, dumbek) from Seattle WA, Jim Oakden (recorders, clarinets, banjo, whistle, guitar, accordion) from Santa Cruz CA, and Shira Kammen (fiddle, viola, vielle, voice) from Berkeley CA, met in the Rogue Valley of Oregon to record this album. The band’s varied influences include English, contra, early music, classical, Breton, Scottish, Irish, Cape Breton, Galician, French, Balkan, jazz-fusion, gospel, Scandinavian, and Greek. Kevin Carr, of the Rogue Valley, joins the band on tracks 4, 10, 15 (uilleann pipes) and #7 (lead fiddle). Brooke joins the band on tracks 3 (drum) and 14 (mando-cello and voice).

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