A solo violin performance of Isaac Cooper's lovely Scottish air from 1783, Miss Gordon of Gight, also used for the English country dance called Easter Morn.
Where in the World is Mara!
Like most of the world, my husband and I are sheltering in place at home these days. Despite the current global chaos and anxiety, this springtime in North Carolina has been gorgeous, and I am enjoying the solitude, trying to be productive while keeping myself and others safe.
Like other musicians and gig workers, bookings have completely evaporated from my calendar! I am grateful for your support -- thank you for downloading tracks and albums, and for your email notes. I have uploaded a few more recordings on the Music page, and have started posting more videos on the Links and Videos page. If you enjoy these, and would like to see more, let me know! I'm happy to add to the collection.
Stay healthy and safe!
Virtual Tip Jar
A few samples of music to enjoy...
In 3/4 Time
A kaleidoscope of lyrical and lovely waltzes, new and old, for dancing or listening--beautifully played by Mara Shea on violin and Julie Gorka on piano, with Dean Herington on clarinet, Ted Ehrhard on violin, and Walt Robinson on recorder.
All the Pretty Horses
Celtic tunes and songs from Scotland, Ireland, England, France, and America, spanning emotions from lyrical to driving, tender to fiery. Fiddle, guitar, and vocal arrangements of mostly traditional tunes, invoking Celtic spirit and soul.