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Remembering Sue

by Tom Cunningham

A collection of beautiful, original waltzes, on violin and piano, with some special guests.
Genre: Folk: Contra Dance
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1. Remembering Sue (feat. Kate Sanders)
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2. Divine Lorraine (feat. Kate Sanders)
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3. Cynthiana, Indiana (feat. Kate Sanders & Cecilia Huerta)
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4. Black Mamba Waltz (feat. Kate Sanders & Ken Allday)
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5. Baba and Tabouli (feat. Kate Sanders, Sue Pellant Moore & Bob Douglas)
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6. Prairie Waltz #2 (feat. Kate Sanders & Mike Schroeder)
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7. Snake Oil (feat. Kate Sanders)
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8. Heart of Ashes (feat. Kate Sanders)
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9. Los Pollos Hermanos (feat. Kate Sanders & Bob Douglas)
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10. Waltz for an Endless Spring (feat. Kate Sanders & Cecilia Huerta)
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11. Ophelia Payne (feat. Todd Hildreth)
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12. Half Light (feat. Kate Sanders & Cecilia Huerta)
3:55 $0.99
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13. Jack's Wood Thrush Waltz (feat. Kate Sanders & Sue Pellant Moore)
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14. Queen Anne's Chalice (feat. Kate Sanders)
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15. At the Bend in the Road (feat. Kate Sanders)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
I've recorded a CD of waltzes to honor the memory of my sister, Sue Cunningham, a fabulous fiddle-player and songwriter, who lost her battle to cancer in 2015. The title tune was written about a week before she died, and though I didn't have a title, when I played it for my wife she asked who it was a tribute to. I hadn't thought of it that way, but when my sister passed away, I knew it had to be to honor her memory.

I wrote eleven of the waltzes, and Kate Sanders, the piano player on the project wrote two--the sublime Half Light and the swingy Snake Oil. I've also included two of my favorite waltzes by my friends David Atcher and Bill Dudley.

The waltzes range from pastoral to driving, from playful to musette-like. All meant to be dance-able.

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