The Sweet Sounds and Singing Strings of Dedicated Dulcimers
For anyone who enjoys the melodious sound of dulcimers – both hammered and mountain style – Roving Folk, on Phoenix Radio in Halifax, West Yorkshire – in association with the Nonsuch Dulcimer Club – brings you the:
Our aim is to give the Newsletter an added audio dimension. In this 7th edition of the audio supplement, we have contributions from Nonsuch members – and links to a number of articles within the newsletter.
We go back in time to several different eras – finding out about Music at the time of the Great Plague – and in 13th Century Spain – and then there’s the Glasgow Dulcimer Tradition in the 1930s – and music from Vaughan Williams.
The Nonsuch Newsletter goes out to our members once a quarter, you can join here!
Playlist & Links for Audio Supplement No.7
- Ralph Vaughan Williams – Variant 1 of Dives and Lazarus
- Derek & Dorothy Elliott – Maria Marten
- Bob Smith’s Ideal Band – The Favourite Hornpipe
- Jean & James Redpath – Uist Tramping Song See also Kist o Riches (James Redpath) on https://www.tobarandualchais.co.uk/
- John Shaw – Little Sadie
- The City Waites – Cuckolds All in a Row
- Roy Bailey – Roses of Eyam. See also: The Roses of Eyam – Read by Robert Lindsay
- Jessica Comeau – Cantiga #1
- Damian Clarke – Gaudete
- John McCutcheon – Christmas in the Trenches. See also https://www.folkmusic.com/
- John McCutcheon – Scully’s Reel & Morrison’s Jig
- Mark Knopfler – Wild Theme
Previous editions of Dulcimer Junction can be found on Mixcloud.