Karen Ashbrook and Paul Oorts
Country of origin:
Type of music generally:
New Age-y instrumental traditional Celtic world music/folk.
Most recent release, Celtic Cafe (2001)
Other Celtic instrumentalists
Traditional Celtic and Northern European
A gentle instrumental Celtic album with a mix of Irish, Scottish, French and Flemish traditions by Karen Ashbrook (hammered dulcimer, wooden flute, pennywhistle) and Paul Oorts (classical guitar, steel-stringed guitar, mandolin, musette accordion, cittern, tenor banjo) + various other instruments by guest artists. (email@example.com)
Recommended first album:
Celtic Cafe is the first we've heard
Celtic Cafe (2001)
See Maggie's Music site for availability
Karen Ashbrook—hammered dulcimer, wooden flute, pennywhistle
Andrea Hoag—fiddled on 3 tracks
Restful—even the lively tracks. Great for relaxing listening, though the musicians are so good it also rewards close attention. Any fan of Celtic-flavoured music will enjoy this. Tracks like "Style Musette" add different sounds (here French). (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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