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In 2004 I recorded some pieces that I had loved for many years.

This album, FOREIGNLANDER, is full of traditional folk music originally from the British Isles. Imagine immigrants carrying their songs with them as they crossed the waters, eventually settling in the Appalachian mountains of the eastern U.S.

Beautifully arranged and recorded.

LISTEN to music from this album: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Lydia-McCauley/102888062246

LYDIA MCCAULEY IS FEATURED ON PANDORA, XM, SIRIUS, NPR, and MARTHA STEWART LIVING RADIO

YOUTUBE: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Nz4YuhVUmk

FOREIGNLANDER - Newly arranged pieces from 17-20th Century Appalachia, performed by Lydia McCauley and her ensemble, along with special guests.
Includes:
One Morning in May
The Cuckoo
Pretty Saro
The River Trilogy
Barbara Allen
Lover’s Lament
and much more.

MUSICIANS: Lydia McCauley – vocals, piano, Appalachian dulcimer
Brian Cunningham – acoustic guitar
Frank Jackson – recorders, wooden flute, whistles
Phil Heaven – viola
Lynne Givler – double bass, harmony vocals
Jason Darling – percussion
Grant Donnellan – violin
Paul Englesberg – concertina

“If Lydia McCauley were performing during the early 60’s folk scene, her name would be synonymous with Judy Collins, Joan Baez and Mary Travers. Today, place her recordings on the same shelf alongside those plus Karen Matheson, Maire (Moya) Brennan, Mary Black, Loreena McKennitt, Maddy Prior, Enya, Annie Haslam, Jacqui McShee, Sandy Denny . . . She simply is that good.” http://www.musicsojourn.com
Lydia and Kurt Scherer

Lydia McCauley CD - ForeignLander

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