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Rapunzel & Sedayne @Old Nuns Head, Dec 3

GUEST,Kit & Cutter 24 Nov 11 - 11:06 AM
Phil Edwards 24 Nov 11 - 11:57 AM
GUEST,Suibhne Astray 25 Nov 11 - 05:16 AM
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Subject: Rapunzel & Sedayne @Old Nuns Head, Dec 3
From: GUEST,Kit & Cutter
Date: 24 Nov 11 - 11:06 AM

Dearest Friends,

Kit & Cutter Winter Warmer: Adventures in Pre-Modern Music pt. 17
Rapunzel & Sedayne and the John Thomas Steel Pan Duo
The Old Nuns Head, Saturday 3rd December 2011, doors 7.30pm, £7 entry

So we were thinking… what would we all really enjoy to ease us into December? After some mulling the answer floated into our minds all of a sudden: psyche tinged trad folk and a steel pan band! And maybe the Sacred Harp choir could come back and do some Christmas songs? Now we were cooking with gas!

Rapunzel & Sedayne: From Lancashire (where women die of love, as Balzac would have it) charming husband and wife team, Rapunzel & Sedayne play traditional arrangements alongside their own compositions with a gentle eccentricity, spontaneity and lovely floating fluting vocals. They specialise in a variety of ancient and traditional instruments including kemence, violin, crwth, flute, kaossilator, 5-string banjo, lap-top harmonium, frame-drum and drones. We don't even know what some of those are....

Rapunzel & Sedayne - [www.folkpolicerecordings.com/rapunzel--sedayne.html]

John Thomas Steel Pan Duo: In the winter what better to lift our spirits than the sultry tones of Trinidad and Tobago? John has been performing all over the world since 1976. He has performed on the same bill with folk greats Diana Ross, Liza Minelli and has performed live on stage with Blondie. As well as being an illustrious performer of the steel pan, he is also a sought after teacher with a great deal of knowledge about the history and development of the instrument.

John Thomas: The Pan Man - [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PZIFkAID_Cw]

Let's get December rolling with Carols, free Xmas buffet, Extra Special Festive Tombola, some rousing Sacred Harp, and as yet undreamed of wintery delights to surprise you with…

And in case it was all getting a bit too cheery for you, your hosts will serenade you with THE WORLDS MOST DEPRESSING CHRISTMAS SONG.

All our love

K&C xx x
http://kitandcutter.tumblr.com/

Tickets on sale here: http://www.wegottickets.com/event/145206


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Subject: RE: Rapunzel & Sedayne @Old Nuns Head, Dec 3
From: Phil Edwards
Date: 24 Nov 11 - 11:57 AM

The Old Nuns Head

It's in London, I take it?


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Subject: RE: Rapunzel & Sedayne @Old Nuns Head, Dec 3
From: GUEST,Suibhne Astray
Date: 25 Nov 11 - 05:16 AM

And the night before @Chase Folk Club, Cannock, Staffs.


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