Dorothy Carter / Troubadour Жанр: Folk / Mediæval Folk / Psychedelic Folk Страна исполнителя (группы): USA Год издания: 1976 Аудиокодек: MP3 Тип рипа: tracks Битрейт аудио: 224 kbps Продолжительность: 00:27:27 Наличие сканов в содержимом раздачи: нет Треклист:
01 Troubador Song (French Medieval)-Binnorie (Scottish Melody)
02 Troubador Songs On The Psaltery
03 Make A Joyful Sound (100th Psalm)
04 Lark In The Morning
05 Balinderry (Old Irish Melodies)-Tree Of Life (Essene Hymn)
06 Visiting Song
07 The King Of Glory (Israeli Melody)
08 The Morning Star (Praetorius-16th Century English)-Ukranian Carol
09 The Cuckoo (Appalachin Folk Song)
11 Shirt Of Lace
Об исполнителе (группе)
Born in 1935 in New York, NY, USA. An American musician, multi-instrumentalist (dulcimer, hurdy gurdy, zither, recorder among others) and composer.
Carter studied classical piano at age six. She later attended Bard College in New York, the London Royal Academy, and Guildhall School of Music in France.
In early the 1970s Carter was a member of the Central Maine Power Music Company with Robert Rutman and Constance Demby. She moved to Cambridge, Massachusetts where she continued to collaborate with Rutman, who played his sound sculptures on her second album. She regularly played concerts with Rutman's Steel Cello Ensemble, a collaboration that persisted for decades.
In the 1990s Carter returned to London and founded the all-female revival group Mediæval Bæbes with Katherine Blake of Miranda Sex Garden. The group's 1997 debut album, Salva Nos reached #2 on the classical music charts.
Carter later settled in New Orleans, residing in a live-in studio on the third floor of a warehouse building where she hosted salons. She died in 2003 of an aneurysm. She is survived by a son and daughter, Justin Carter of Los Angeles, California and Celeste Carter of Picayune, Mississippi and a grandson, Damien Helgason. (c)=wiki
Design [Front Cover] – Jeb Williams
Dulcimer [Hammered], Psaltery, Voice, Flute – Dorothy Carter
Engineer [Assistant] – Mark Forman
Guqin [Ch'in] – Connie Demby
Photography By [Back Cover] – Justin Carter (2), Lee Post
Producer – Stephen Baer
Recorded By – Miles Siegel
Tambura – Sally Hilmer