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MIT Contra Dance 5/4/2010

May 5th, 2010
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I played for the mit contra dance last night with jon cannon (fiddle), rick kaufman (bass), and gary shrager (guitar, banjo). It was a lot of fun. With help from eric I made recordings of most of the tunes. Listening on my laptop, it sounds like there's not much guitar or bass in the recordings, but that might be the tinny speakers.
1 1 Reel Far from Home, Liza Jane
1 2 Reel The Wren, Coleman's March
1 3 Reel Over the Waterfall, Dedicado a Jos
1 4 Reel Brenda Stubberts, Old Grey Cat
1 5 Jig, Reel The Wild One, Julia Delaney
1 6 Reel Lady Anne Montgomery, Tamlin
1 7 Waltz Ashoken Farewell
2 1 Reel Staten Island, Arkansas Traveler
2 2 Jig Indian Point, All the Rage
2 3 Reel Rainy Night in Montague, Bus Stop
2 4 Waltz Haapavesi Waltz

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