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Dancing Stones

by Woodwose

Woodwose play wild and exotic instruments which include: Hurdy Gurdy, Bagpipes, Pastoral Oboes, Citterns and Percussion. 'Dancing Stones' is a collection of original medieval inflected Breton and French dance music of the highest calibre.
Genre: Folk: Celtic Folk
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Id/Psychling
4:33 $1.43
2. Wildest Dreams
7:00 $1.43
3. Brude McBile
3:50 $1.43
4. Katell/Stump
5:18 $1.43
5. Habibti's/Ignioc
5:48 $1.43
6. Frenetique
4:14 $1.43
7. Moonpig
6:41 $1.43
8. Purgatory/Paradise
4:46 $1.43
9. Dark and Light
7:12 $1.43
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Album Notes
Woodwose (O.E. wuduwasa, 'wildman of the woods') are a quartet of like-minded musicians who share a passion for ancient, wild and exotic instruments which include: hurdy gurdy, bagpipes, historical oboes, shawms, cittern, percussion, recorders and whistles. The band is an exciting collaboration between Katy Marchant and Steve Tyler of medieval ensemble Daughters of Elvin - with Ann Allen (one of the world's leading exponents of medieval shawm & historical wind instruments) and Sonny Davidson of Primeval, who brings to the ensembe a unique feel for playing traditional dance music from Brittany and France. Collectively they draw their inspiration from the dark gothic era, European Folk music traditions and the voices of the ancestors whispering in the wind and rain of the moors and forests.



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