Barley Moon

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Barley Moon 01:00:02 $24.99
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# Track Title Length Format Sample Rate Price
1 John Barleycorn (Roud 64, 16th Century) 05:40 DSD 2.8MHz Album only
2 In a garden so green (17th Century) 05:35 DSD 2.8MHz Album only
3 Mr. Dowland's Midnight, P. 99 (arr. R. Nurse and R. McFarlane) 01:35 DSD 2.8MHz Album only
4 Fortune my foe, P. 62 (arr. R. Nurse and R. McFarlane) 05:23 DSD 2.8MHz Album only
5 Lady Hunsdon's Puffe, P. 54 (arr. R. Nurse and R. McFarlane) 01:47 DSD 2.8MHz Album only
6 Book of Songs, Book 1: Come again, sweet love doth now invite (arr. B. Kay and R. McFarlane) 05:56 DSD 2.8MHz Album only
7 Henry Martin (17th Century) 05:37 DSD 2.8MHz Album only
8 Corpus Christi Carol (ca. 1504) 04:57 DSD 2.8MHz Album only
9 Solus cum sola, P. 10 (arr. R. Nurse and R. McFarlane) 04:40 DSD 2.8MHz Album only
10 Mr. George Whitehead his Almand, H. 21 (arr. R. Nurse and R. McFarlane) 02:30 DSD 2.8MHz Album only
11 Twa Corbies 02:52 DSD 2.8MHz Album only
12 The Woods so Wild (arr. R. McFarlane) 04:33 DSD 2.8MHz Album only
13 Ddoi Di Dai 04:13 DSD 2.8MHz Album only
14 Nottamun Town (Roud 1044) 04:44 DSD 2.8MHz Album only

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The 1960s brought about radical changes both in culture and in popular music. One of the trends that came about was the British Folk Rock Movement. The musicians of this movement were often proficient performers of “early music” as well. Ayreheart aims to blend together the “art” and “folk” traditions seamlessly. The first track, “John Barleycorn,” has been recorded by several in the folk-rock movement, most memorably the group Traffic. Brian Kay is heralded as a modern-day troubadour, and performs vocals, lute, and komuz on this release. He has traveled across the United States as a solo artists, and performs with several ensembles. Lutenist and composer Ronn McFarlane is also part of this recording. The Grammy nominated artist aims to take the most popular Renaissance instrument- the lute- and make it part of today’s musical mainstream.