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Cider Street/The New Yorker

Cider Street

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Two fairly recent compositions; the first, Cuder Streeet, was writen by mandolinist Iain MacLeod, and is named after a street in Oviedo, Asturias (Spain) famous for its cider bars. The second, The New Yorker, was composed by flute player Nuala Kennedy. Originally from Dundalk, Nuala lived in Scotland for many years, and now she's in the U.S. I was privileged to work with Nuala on a couple of occasions.

Nigel Gatherer, Crieff, Perthshire |