A Minstrel Meets a Harper  /  Mary-Kate Spring Lee and Jim Hancock

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Mary-Kate Spring Lee and Jim Hancock

1. A Maid Gone to Comber   [3:58]

2. Saucy Sailor   [2:31]

3. Childgrove   [3:18]

4. Do You Love an Apple?   [4:20]

5. Riddles Wisely Expounded   [5:19]

6. Cantiga 166   [2:47]   CSM  166

7. Shule Aroon   [4:19]

8. Danns' a Luideagan Odhar   [3:23]

Mary-Kate Spring Lee and Jim Hancock present A Minstrel Meets a Harper!
We met at the Pennsylvania Renaissance Faire many years ago, and have been performing sets together there every chance we get. We love playing our harp and guitar together, and the way our voices blend is truly joyful for us.
This is a thirty minute long EP with eight of our favorite songs, from ancient instrumental melodies to songs in both English and Gaelic.
We both cherish the storytelling power of music, and the spontaneity and fun of playing live music together and with our friends.
We hope you will enjoy this offering of tunes and songs from our repertoire.

Produced, engineered, mixed, and mastered by Jim Hancock.
Photography by Steve Kossor-Layout by Jim and Mary-Kate.
All songs and tunes are traditional and in the Public Domain except:
Riddles Wisely Expounded written by Anais Mitchell and Jefferson Hamer.
Published by Treleven Music/Candid Music Publishing LTD, administered in the U.S. by It's Only About the Music, LLC (ASCAP) and Clairvoyant Dwarf (BMI) c2013.
Danns' A Luideagan Odhar is traditional, arranged by Julia Fowlis 2014 Machair Records.
Extra verse to Saucy Sailor by Kristine Allen-used by permission.