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New! Music!
The air was as crisp as a freshly picked apple. The glowing leaves of the ash trees blazed against the deep blue sky. The promise of food drifted aloft on the smoke of nearby campfires as the blacksmith’s anvil rang like a dinnerbell. And like the Piper’s call, sweet music from years gone by enchanted the heart of every child young and old. Yep. That’s how we met Hillary and Rick Wagner at Mississinewa 1812. We liked their music so much, we asked if we could use it in our videos and sell their CDs on our website. So here it is. Their music is a delightful mix of violin, hardanger, mandolin, Dadgan guitar, viola, bouzouki, hammered dulcimer, tin whistle, badhran, djembe, kora, harmonica, flute, piano, and even a little bagpipe here and there (they drip with talented like a maple tree in spring).
Includes songs:New Porter, Courtney Maxwell's Rant, One Night in Effronsville, Maroon Bells, Earl and Letitia's Waltz, Madame Wray, Madame MacGregor, Wagner Girls, Donnelly's Arm, Donnelly's Reel, Dylan Thomas's Last Night in America, A Country Dance, A Cowgirl's Waltz, Will of Job, Lost Farm, Bumbler's Stumble, The End of War.