The Frozen Loggers | Lost Village Sessions

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Lost Village Sessions

by The Frozen Loggers

This debut mini album from The Frozen Loggers is a thought provoking and uplifting violin and guitar based instrumental reworking of traditional and contemporary folk music, fused with a unique sprinkle of gypsy jazz and country
Genre: Folk: Jazzy folk
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Waltzing Matilda
4:18 $0.99
2. Loch Katrine's Lady
4:04 $0.99
3. (What Shall We Do With) the Drunken Sailor
3:47 $0.99
4. Lios Na Banriona (Fort of the Fairy Queen)
3:41 $0.99
5. Raggle Taggle Gypsy
3:59 $0.99
6. Dance Me to the End of Love
6:02 $0.99
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
Hailing from Northampton and Bedford in the U.K, The Frozen Loggers use violin and guitar as the core of their sound centred around folk, tinged with a sprinkling of jazz and country. We like to take traditional and contemporary tunes and put our own stamp on them.

The Frozen Loggers are unique in so far as we are dedicated to the work of a charitable organisation, in fact we are the charity. We are all passionate about making music and equally passionate about relieving the stresses suffered by people affected by dementia.

The Frozen Loggers are:

Andrea Svajcsik – Violin, Harmony Violins and Percussion

David Maxwell – Electric, Acoustic Guitars, Banjo, Percussion, Electric Bass

Guest musicians on our debut release:

Liz Carroll-Wheat – Accordion

Darren Edwards – Acoustic Double Bass

Music is a universal language and nearly all people can relate to and enjoy music, however, music can go far beyond simple enjoyment, releasing memories of fond events from the past and can be used as a therapeutic tool to give a sense of self and to promote memory in older adults with dementia. Music can however be of great benefit to people of all ages with varying health conditions. Our music sessions are designed to engage with both individuals and groups to evoke memories, sensations and feelings. Music has a very close relationship unconscious emotions, which are activated through the power of music.

Through listening and taking an active part in live music, older people with dementia can express themselves and recall memories from the past, for example, fond memories of past family events, holidays, happy times in their lives. In some cases music can also reduce anxiety, aggression, depression, agitation, confusion and stress.



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