Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Dance Upon the Shore
Genres: Folk, World Music, New Age, Pop
A cool Celtic voyage to Ireland, Scotland, Brittany and the Isle of Man. Traditional tunes in innovative arrangements are performed on hammered dulcimer with Irish flute, cittern, guitar, mandolin, soprano sax, Celtic harp... more »
Listen to Samples
A cool Celtic voyage to Ireland, Scotland, Brittany and the Isle of Man. Traditional tunes in innovative arrangements are performed on hammered dulcimer with Irish flute, cittern, guitar, mandolin, soprano sax, Celtic harp, fretless bass, bodhran and hand drums #MM109 CD ,52:51 minutes. MUSICIANS: Maggie Sansone on hammered dulcimer with: Robin Bullock on Cittern, guitar, fiddle & mandolin;Bob Read on Soprano saxophone, clarinet & alto flute,Al Petteway on guitar,Sarah Bauhan on Irish wooden flute & pennywhistle,Bonnie Rideout on Scottish fiddle;Sue Richards on Celtic harp;Rico Petrucelli on fretless electric bass;Charlie Pilzer on acoustic bass;Myron Bretholz on bodhran ( Irish frame drum) and Steve Bloom on Dombek, ashiko drum, congas & shakers.
Similarly Requested CDs
The music captures you immediately.
Robert Teachout (firstname.lastname@example.org | Crofton, Maryland | 07/14/1998
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Maggie Sansone transported us back to ancient celtic times in "Mist and Stone" (another 5 star recording) with a thoroughly riveting traditional performance; but in "Dance Upon the Shore," her arrangements are planted firmly in the present while the soul of her music is drawn deeply from the past. The music is at once thoughtful, yet light; running the gamut of emotions from meditative to fanciful. The music will capture you immediately. When I started the CD, my active 9-year-old daughter stopped in mid-bounce and said,"Wow, that's nice! What is that, Dad?" and proceeded to listen to the entire CD three or four times straight through. I did too. It is just that good. "Dance Upon the Shore" and "Mist and Stone" are Sansone at her best, and you do yourself a disfavor if you don't have them both."