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Mooncoin

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Mickie Zekley and Michael Hubbert on harp, flute, cittern, hurdy gurdy, whistle, vocals, fiddle, special guest Arrigo D'Albert on hurdy gurdy. Fun! Recorded originally as a LP for Kicking Mule Records in 1982.
Genre: Folk: British Folk
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1. The Barley Straw / The Rambling Pitchfork
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2. Eddie Kelly's / Mothers Delight
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3. Nancy From London
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4. Bimid ag Ol / Patsy Gery's Jigs
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5. Tá Mé 'Mo Shuí
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6. Carty's Reels
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7. The Night Visitor
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8. The Limerick Lasses / Fermoy Lasses/The Cabin Hunter
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9. The Claudy Banks / Eleanor Plunkett
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10. Breton Tune / La Mair E La Hilha
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Mickie Zekley and Michael Hubbert on harp, flute, cittern, hurdy gurdy, whistle, vocals, fiddle, special guest Arrigo D'Albert on hurdy gurdy. Fun! Recorded originally as a LP for Kicking Mule Records in 1982.

1. The Barley Straw/The Rambling Pitchfork Vocal, Cittern, Mandolins and Flute
2. Eddie Kelly's/Mothers Delight Irish Reels - Mandolin, Harp Guitar
3. Nancy From London Vocal, Hurdy Gurdy And Flute
4. Bimid ag Ol/Patsy Gery's Jigs Irish - Flute, Cittern, Fiddle, Bodhran
5. Tá Mé 'Mo Shuí Irish - Tinwhistles, Irish Harp, Vocal/ Uilleann Pipe Drone
6. Carty's Reels Irish - Flute/ Guitar
7. The Night Visitor Irish - Vocal, Harpguitar, Mandolins
8. The Limerick Lasses/Fermoy Lasses/The Cabin Hunter Irish Reels - Mandolin, Flute, Fiddle, Bodhran
9. The Claudy Banks/Eleanor Plunkett Irish - Vocal, Flute, Cittern, Irish Harp, Tinwhistle
10. Breton Tune/La Mair E La Hilha Breton, French - Highland Bagpipe, Fiddle, Hurdy Gurdy, Bodhran, Tenor Drum

Musical Instruments - those graceful remnants of trees long cut, strung and banded with bright metal that was scooped from deep underground and worked, have at least two kinds of charm. First there is the charm of shape, Inspiration, and kind. The harps, pure straight strings resonating all over the ancient world, overtones reaching through today, ring with majesty, while flutes shape breath to tone, and pipes cry the name of every tribe. The fiddle laughs and dances noun expanses of time and distance. All the history In each Instrument - and then there is the charm of touch. Each players hands, the feel of the wood on the skin, the breath, the concentration, the sound - then the light deep within the sound, and the merging of the inward eye and the heart. Musical Instruments - and the sound of Mooncoin. - Kevin Carr


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