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Ralphie Ralphies new CD 'Eloise' (34) Ralphies new CD 'Eloise' 30 Aug 10

Just a bit of blatant self-promotion, but, Hey why not!

My new CD Eloise is now available for purchase.
17 tracks of Duet concertina loveliness.

1         The Weald Of Kent (Elisabeth Lutyens)        1'34"
2         Gavotte in G Minor (JS Bach)               2'05"
3         Augustins Tema (Lars Hollmer)         3'03"
4         Nigpolska (Trad arr)                         4'03"
5         Vipschottis (Jan Ekedahl)                3'10"
6         Josefins Dopvals (Roger Tallroth)         5'04"
7         Voktijn (Wim Claeys)                         4'21"
8         Langsammazurkan (Benny Andersson)         3'16"
9         Springtime in Battersea (Schneevals)         4'09"
10        The Obvious Jig (Nigel Chippindale)         1'33"
11        Over Heiane                                2'55"
12        Wals Voor Polle (Vim Poesen)                4'25"
13        Roses for The Lady (Oliver Schroer)         4'37"
14        Navy Lark (Tommy Reilly)               2'17"
15        Moulin Rouge (Georges Auric)               5'15"
16        Yrsnö ( Mats Edén)                         4'10"
17        Hopscotch                                3'13"

It's mainly multi-tracked me with guest appearances from Lis Stewart (MacCann) John Dipper (English) and Gareth Kiddier (Piano)
If you want to know more E Mail
UK price is £13 (inc p&p) Still trying to work out how to deal with friends farther afield!

Thank you for your kind attention...I'll bugger off now!

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