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Various Artists: Victorian Love Songs

Audio Samples

>Daisy Bell (Bicycle Built for Two)/Sweet Rosie O'Grady - Craig Duncan
>Come All Ye Fair and Tender Ladies - Craig Duncan
>Jeanie with the Light Brown Hair - Craig Duncan
>Let Me Call You Sweetheart - Craig Duncan
>Rose of Tralee, The - Craig Duncan
>Aura Lee - Craig Duncan
>Seeing Nellie Home/Nelly Bly - Craig Duncan
>My Love Is Like a Red, Red Rose - Craig Duncan
>Water Is Wide, The - Craig Duncan
>Believe Me If All Those Endearing Young Charms - Craig Duncan
>Wait for the Wagon - Craig Duncan
>I'll Take You Home Again Kathleen - Craig Duncan
>Black Is the Color - Craig Duncan
>Silver Threads Among the Gold - Craig Duncan

Track List

>Daisy Bell (Bicycle Built for Two)/Sweet Rosie O'Grady - Craig Duncan
>Come All Ye Fair and Tender Ladies - Craig Duncan
>Jeanie with the Light Brown Hair - Craig Duncan
>Let Me Call You Sweetheart - Craig Duncan
>Rose of Tralee, The - Craig Duncan
>Aura Lee - Craig Duncan
>Seeing Nellie Home/Nelly Bly - Craig Duncan
>My Love Is Like a Red, Red Rose - Craig Duncan
>Water Is Wide, The - Craig Duncan
>Believe Me If All Those Endearing Young Charms - Craig Duncan
>Wait for the Wagon - Craig Duncan
>I'll Take You Home Again Kathleen - Craig Duncan
>Black Is the Color - Craig Duncan
>Silver Threads Among the Gold - Craig Duncan

Album Notes

Personnel: Craig Duncan (hammer dulcimer, violin); John Pell (guitar); Cynthia Wyatt (harp); Gary Tussing (cello); Ann Richards (flute, alto flute).

Audio Mixer: Bil VornDick.

Recording information: Mountainside Audio Labs, Nashville, TN.

Arranger: Craig Duncan.

Victorian Love Songs, a 14-track collection of expertly recorded (as in modern) 19th century instrumentals, retains its rich historical patina by utilizing the dulcet sound of hammered dulcimer, acoustic guitar, flute, violin, bass, and harp, resulting in a quiet breeze of a record that neither boasts nor bleats. Highlights include "Daisy Bell (Bicycle Built for Two)/Sweet Rosie O'Grady," "Come All Ye Fair and Tender Ladies," and "Silver Threads Among the Gold." ~ James Christopher Monger



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