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Morning Song – Low Country Cupola

November 21, 2015

Ahhh, yes.  There’s nothing quite like folks sitting on the porch picking on…well, almost any stringed instrument: guitars, banjos, mandolins, basses, cellos.

Cellos?

Yep.  NYC jazz cellist Erik Friedlander wrote “Low Country Cupola” out of the memories of a childhood family trip to a bluegrass convention (his dad, a professional photographer, had an assignment to cover it) “down south”, and the thousands of people who were there, the beautiful, lazy summer days, the hundreds of impromptu jam sessions and performances that happened.

Whether or not you’ve got similar memories, “Low Country Cupola” will almost certainly bring a smile to your face and an easing to your heart as you listen to the simple, and profound, and simply beautiful sound of musicians taking pleasure in the art and the craft of making music together.

Enjoy the day.

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