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  • Artist: Andi Wolfe
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 884501012867
  • Item #: CDBY101286
  • Genre: Folk
  • Release Date: 7/29/2008
  • This product is a special order
Price: $22.19
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Obair on CD

Andi Wolfe is a member of Aisling, a contemporary Celtic band from Central Ohio, USA. She plays a Dusty Strings D600 hammer dulcimer, an old German fiddle made in 1774, an Albert Alfonso bodhran, and a variety of percussion instruments. Musicians: Andi Wolfe, Craig Caldwell, Stuart Brand, Steve Wolfe, Mary Bertke, Sid Omasta, Rick Nelson. From the liner notes: 'I've appreciated the music of Turlough O'Carolan (1670-1738) ever since I began to play traditional Irish music. He was a blind harper and composer who lived in Ireland during the Baroque era. His music shows influence from the harper tradition, the dance music of his time, and snatches and phrases from the Baroque music that would have been played in the Great Houses of Ireland where he entertained and gave lessons. O'Carolan's music translates very nicely to the hammer dulcimer and I very much enjoyed arranging his tunes to go with traditional Irish dance music as well as original, contemporary Celtic music.' Here's what people have been saying about An Obair: '. . . Got the CD today and put it in my computer immediately! It's great! I can't wait to take it home and share it with others.' 'The first day I had mine, I played it while I fixed supper. I know it made the food taste better.' 'I am so taken with the music on An Obair; it is just lovely. I like it as much as my Handel and Bach. . . Now that I have the music on my computer and Shuffle I will let my husband have the CD for a little while. Congratulations on such an outstanding CD.' 'The music is lovely!'

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