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Forever and a Day

by The Rosewood Guild

An eclectic mix of easy listening, classical guitar, whistles and vocals in selections across the genres of celtic, renaissance, classical and folk music.
Genre: Folk: Traditional Folk
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1. Scarborough Faire
2:58 album only
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2. Sheebeg & Sheemore
3:12 album only
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3. The Ashgrove
2:30 album only
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4. Merrily Kiss the Quaker
2:01 album only
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5. Wilde Mountain Thyme
2:25 album only
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6. Planxty Irwin
2:32 album only
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7. The Parting Glass (instrumental)
1:44 album only
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8. Red is the Rose
3:49 album only
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9. Rondo
4:44 album only
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10. Londonderry Aire
1:42 album only
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11. Waly Waly
2:34 album only
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12. Amazing Grace
2:33 album only
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13. Greensleeves
2:51 album only
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14. The Parting Glass (vocal)
3:02 album only
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15. The Water is Wide
4:27 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The Rosewood Guild is a Renaissance and Classical Guitar Ensemble resulting from the combined talents of The Queen City Guitar Ensemble and The Mecklenburg Society of Classical Guitar Performing Ensemble. The original purpose of the group, formed in 1995, was to participate, annually, at The Carolina Renaissance Festival. The result is a guitar quintet with more than a century of combined experience as students of the Classical Guitar who enjoy performing in a variety of settings.

The repertoire varies from early 16th century music of many countries to easy-listening, contemporary music arrangements. Styles range from folk to classical, dance to religious, ballads to ditties. Most of the music is arranged for two or more guitars by or for guitars and recorder or pennywhistle. Some of our selections also have vocal accompaniment.

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Karen Valen

Lovely music, beautifully played.
This is a beautiful cd, with haunting melodies. The instrumentalists are so talented and the vocal arrangements are quite stirring. A lovely musical experience.
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