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BGM 14 CD - CORNWALL

$19.00

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MUJI sources music from around the world, and aims to put a spotlight on international musicians that highlight local traditional melodies.

This audio CD features a collection of Celtic music rooted in Cornwall, southwestern England. Immerse yourself in the Cornish countryside with unique vocals accompanied by the fiddle, bouzouki, harp and clarinet.

Track List

  1. Come To Good - Mike O'Conner (fiddle) / Jon Heslop (guitar) / Neil Davey (Bouzouki)
  2. The Bells Of Old Kea - Hilary Coleman (clarinet) / Neil Davey (Bouzouki)
  3. God's Dear Son - Hilary Coleman (clarinet) / Neil Davey (Bouzouki)
  4. New Christmas Carol ・ The Zeak Waltz - Sarah Deere Jones (harp) / Phil Williams (guitar-bouzouki)
  5. Limadie - Helen Reynolds (vocal) / Michelle O'Connor (vocal)
  6. Pencarrow - Sarah Deere Jones (harp) / Phil Williams (guitar-bouzouki)
  7. An Awhesyth - Sarah Deere Jones (harp) / Phil Williams (guitar)
  8. Mar Euhall Ew An Gweeth - Helen Reynolds (vocal) / Neil Davey (Bouzouki)
  9. The Sweet Nightingale - Helen Reynolds (vocal) / Michelle O'Connor (vocal)
  10. The Waters of Tresilian - Hilary Coleman (clarinet) / Neil Davey (Bouzouki)
  11. John Giddy's Minuet - Mike O'Conner (fiddle) / Neil Davey (Bouzouki) / Hilary Coleman (clarinet)
  12. An Diberthians / Hernenn Wynn - Mike O'Conner (fiddle) / Jon Heslop (guitar) / Neil Davey (Bouzouki)

 

Product Details

Year of Release: 2008

Number of Discs: 1

Material: Acrylic, Polycarbonate

Dimension: 150x130x20mm 

Country/Region of Origin: Japan

Additional Information:

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