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Sunday, November 02, 2008

As Arborea, Buck and Shanti Curran often make music in an old cabin on the shore of a lake in Maine. But this time they bring their string instruments, voices, and delicate, pine needle songs to WNYC for this in-studio performance on Spinning On Air. The snow is deep in Maine, but the music and conversation are warm here in New York City as host David Garland welcomes Arborea.

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Comments [6]

Eric Carbonara from Philadelphia, PA

such a nice way to calm my nerves as i sit anxiously waiting to vote tomorrow....(i've actually listened to the show twice already)

very beautiful rounded tones....i've always loved how subtle the attack of the guitars are.....

Nov. 03 2008 09:55 AM
mike crockford from new brunswick nj

banjimer? dulcijo? banjimo?

nice music. and a good show too.

Nov. 03 2008 09:42 AM
Sarah from New York

Beautiful Music!

Nov. 02 2008 11:41 PM
Risa Johnson from Brooklyn

What is the name of what is playing
including where I can get it?(Tibetan music)
Risa Johnson

Nov. 02 2008 08:23 PM
Wayne from Maine

'Fire Museum Records' that is!

Nov. 02 2008 07:55 PM
Wayne from Maine

The Song 'Black Mountain Road' is from the latest Self-titled Arborea cd on the Philadelphia based label Fire Museum Record
Helena Espvall plays cello on the track!

Nov. 02 2008 07:47 PM

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