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Heather Trost
Heather Trost (born July 18, 1982) is an American violinist and singer.Contents1 Biography 2 Discography2.1 Solo 2.2 A Hawk and a Hacksaw 2.3 Other artists3 ReferencesBiography[edit] Trost was born in Albuquerque, New Mexico,[1] and is one of the two members of the American Balkan Folk band A Hawk and a Hacksaw, with husband Jeremy Barnes
Jeremy Barnes
(of Neutral Milk Hotel).[2] Trost an
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United States
Coordinates: 40°N 100°W / 40°N 100°W / 40; -100 United States
United States
of AmericaFlagGreat SealMotto:  "In God
God
We Trust"[1][fn 1]Other traditional mottos  "E pluribus unum" (Lat
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Special
Special
Special
or specials may refer to:Contents1 Music 2 Film and television 3 Other uses 4 See alsoMusic[edit] Special
Special
(album), a 1992
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Neutral Milk Hotel
Neutral Milk Hotel
Neutral Milk Hotel
was an American indie rock band formed in Ruston, Louisiana by singer, guitarist, and songwriter Jeff Mangum
Jeff Mangum
in the late 1980s.[1] The band is noted for its experimental sound, abstract lyrics and eclectic instrumentation.[2] The first release under the Neutral Milk Hotel
Neutral Milk Hotel
moniker was the 1994 EP Everything Is, a short collection of tracks featuring Mangum. On the band's full-length debut album On Avery Island, which followed shortly thereafter, Mangum was joined by childhood friend and Apples in Stereo frontman Robert Schneider, who contributed production and instrumentation
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Albuquerque, New Mexico
Albuquerque (/ˈælbəˌkɜːrki/ ( listen) AL-bə-kur-kee; in Navajo
Navajo
Beeʼeldííl Dahsinil, pronounced [pèːʔèltíːl tɑ̀xsɪ̀nɪ̀l], Arawageeki in Keres; Vakêêke in Jemez Towa; Gołgéeki in Jicarilla Apache) is the most populous city in the U.S. state of New Mexico. The city serves as the county seat of Bernalillo County,[5] and it is situated in the north central part of the state, straddling the Rio Grande. The city population is 559,277 as of the July 1, 2016 population estimate from the United States
United States
Census Bureau,[1] and ranks as the 32nd-largest city in the U.S. The Albuquerque metropolitan statistical area (or MSA) has a population of 909,906 according to the United States
United States
Census Bureau's most recently available estimate for 2016.[6] Albuquerque is the 60th-largest United States metropolitan area
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The Flying Club Cup
The Flying Club Cup
The Flying Club Cup
is the second studio album by Balkan folk-influenced indie folk band Beirut, released on October 9, 2007 on 4AD
4AD
Records. The album was released on iTunes on September 4, 2007. The album features string arrangements by Arcade Fire
Arcade Fire
contributor Owen Pallett, also known by his former stage name Final Fantasy.[12]Contents1 Background 2 Track listing 3 Artwork 4 Videos 5 Charts5.1 Certifications6 Personnel 7 ReferencesBackground[edit] Condon said about the name and inspiration for the album: "Back in the early 1900s...there used to be this hot air balloon festival in Paris—[the album's] titled after that and after this very bizarre 1910 photo I found [by Léon Gimpel]. It's one of the first color photos ever made, at the World's Fair, and it...shows all these ancient hot air balloons about to take off in the middle of Paris
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Gulag Orkestar
Gulag
Gulag
Orkestar is the debut album of Beirut. It was recorded in 2005 in Albuquerque, New Mexico. It is written in the booklet that the front and back photos were found in a library in Leipzig, torn out of a book. The original photographer was unknown to the creators of the album while it was recorded, but has since been discovered to be Sergey Chilikov.[12] The album has received great critical acclaim and was later re-released to include the Lon Gisland
Lon Gisland
EP. The Gulag
Gulag
was a Soviet government agency administering forced labor camps, while orkestar is the Serbo-Croatian
Serbo-Croatian
word for "orchestra". As of 2009, sales in the United States have exceeded 79,000 copies, according to Nielsen SoundScan
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Darkness At Noon (A Hawk And A Hacksaw Album)
Darkness at Noon is the second studio album by A Hawk and a Hacksaw, released in 2005 on The Leaf Label.Contents1 Track listing 2 Personnel [4] 3 Trivia 4 ReferencesTrack listing[edit] All tracks by Jeremy Barnes"Laughter in the Dark" – 7:55 "The Moon Under Water" – 3:59 "The Water Under the Moon" – 3:52 "A Black and White Rainbow" – 4:49 "For Slavoj" – 4:58 "Europa" – 3:50 "Pastelka On the Train" – 3:13 "Goodbye Great Britain" – 1:34 "Our Lady of the Vlatva" – 1:36 "Wicky Pocky" – 5:08 "Portland Town" – 5:16Personnel [4][edit]Jeremy Barnes – Percussion, Accordion, Jew's-Harp, Organ (Hammond), Vocals, Piano (Grand), Cumbus, Piano (Upright) Dan Clucas – Trumpet, Cornet Joseph Garcia – Oud Kristin Kelly – Vocals Heather Trost – Violin, Vocals Barbara-Burgio - Vocals Horacio Samaniego - Flute Mark Weaver - TubaTrivia[edit]The album's title, Darkness at Noon, is a reference to the Arthur Koestler novel
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Cervantine
Cervantine is A Hawk and a Hacksaw's fifth studio album, and the first to be released on the new label, L.M. Dupli-cation.[8] The album's sound stands out from previous recordings, drawing a stronger influence from Greek Romani music, and the mariachi that had surrounded the group in New Mexico.[9][10] Track listing[edit]"No Rest For The Wicked" - 8:23 "Mana Thelo Enan Andra" (traditional song) - 3:54 "Espanola Kolo" - 5:34 "Cervantine" - 5:50 "Üskudar" - 4:08 "Lazslo Lassú" - 3:50 "At The Vulturul Negru" - 4:46 "The Loser (Xeftilis)" - 3:56Personnel[edit]Jeremy Barnes - accordion Heather Trost - violin Stephanie Hladowski - vocals ("Mana Thelo Enan Andra", "Uskudar") Chris Hladowski - bouzouki[11] Issa Malluf - doumbek and riq[12]References[edit]^ Elliott, Richard. "A Hawk And A Hacksaw - Cervantine Music Review". Tiny Mix Tapes. Retrieved 2012-02-09.  ^ Thompson, Paul (March 9, 2011). "Album Review"
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The Way The Wind Blows
The Way the Wind Blows is the third studio album by A Hawk and a Hacksaw, released in 2006 on The Leaf Label. Track listing[edit]"In the River" "The Way the Wind Blows" "Song for Joseph" "Fernando's Giampari" "God Bless the Ottoman Empire" "Waltz for Strings and Tuba" "Oporto" "Gadje Sirba" "The Sparrow" "Salt Water" "There Is a River in Galisteo"Personnel[edit]Jeremy Barnes – Accordion, Piano, Percussion, Vocals Heather Trost – Violin, Viola Ariel Muniz – Cello Dan Clucas – Cornet Constantin 'Sulo' Calin – Euphonium Joseph Garcia – Oud Daniel Ivancea – Alto Saxophone Costica 'Cimai' Trifan – Trumpet Zach Condon – Trumpet ("In the River", "Fernando's Giampari") Constantin 'Pinca' Cantea – Tuba Mark Weaver – Tuba Additional Vocals by Griffin Rodriguez, Ian Scroggins, James Duddy, Joseph Williams, Matthew Taylor, Otto Barthel, Robbie Mueller Artwork by Laurie LathamExternal sources[edit] Leaf Label sitev t eA Hawk and a Hack
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Forest Bathing
Forest Bathing is the upcoming seventh studio album by A Hawk and a Hacksaw. It is set to be released April 13, 2018.[2] Prior to its release, the song "A Broken Road Lined With Poplar Trees" premiered on Under the Radar's website[3].Contents1 Album name and concept 2 Track listing 3 Personnel 4 ReferencesAlbum name and concept[edit] The term forest bathing refers to the Japanese concept of Shinrin-yoku (森林浴), a Japanese form of nature therapy. According to L.M. Dupli-cation, "This is not an urban music. It's rural; songs of the woods and roads where there are no sidewalks or street lamps to light your way. "A Broken Road lined with Poplar Trees" describes just this- the dirt from the summer sun, a melody from home on my tongue. The song "Babayaga" by Trost, is a tribute to the archetypal crone Babayaga, who sticks out her cane just as a child runs by..
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Jeremy Barnes
Jeremy Barnes
Jeremy Barnes
(born September 18, 1976) is an American musician. He plays accordion, percussion and other instruments. He has been a member of the bands Neutral Milk Hotel, Beirut, and A Hawk and a Hacksaw, and is a co-creator of the record label L.M. Dupli-cation. Influences on his work include music from Eastern Europe, Turkey, and the Caucasus.Contents1 Career 2 Releases2.1 Living Music (L.M.) Dupli-cation Releases3 ReferencesCareer[edit] Barnes was born in Albuquerque, New Mexico, the son of a local businessman. In 1995 he moved to Chicago to attend DePaul University but left his studies in January 1996, aged 19.[1] He joined Neutral Milk Hotel, which was a part of the Athens, Georgia-based Elephant 6 music collective
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Beirut (band)
Beirut
Beirut
is an American band which was originally the solo musical project of Santa Fe native Zach Condon. Beirut's music combines elements of indie-rock and world music. The band's first performances were in New York, in May 2006, to support the release of their debut album, Gulag Orkestar.[2][3] Despite their name, Beirut
Beirut
had never performed in Lebanon until the Byblos International Festival in August 2014. Condon said of the band's name, “One of the reasons I named the band after that city was the fact that it’s seen a lot of conflict. It’s not a political position. I worried about that from the beginning. But it was such a catchy name. I mean, if things go down that are truly horrible, I’ll change it. But not now. It’s still a good analogy for my music. I haven’t been to Beirut, but I imagine it as this chic urban city surrounded by the ancient Christian and Muslim worlds
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Délivrance
Délivrance is the fourth full-length studio album by A Hawk and a Hacksaw, released in 2009 on The Leaf Label.Contents1 Singles 2 Track listing 3 Personnel 4 ReferencesSingles[edit] "Foni Tu Argile", a traditional Greek Rembetika song, is the first single from the album. It was released as a 500 copy, limited edition, hand-numbered 10” single, cut at 78rpm
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A Hawk And A Hacksaw (album)
A Hawk and a Hacksaw is an American folk duo from Albuquerque, New Mexico, currently signed to L.M. Dupli-cation. The band consists of accordionist Jeremy Barnes, who was previously the drummer for Neutral Milk Hotel and Bablicon, and violinist Heather Trost. The music is inspired by Eastern European, Turkish and Balkan traditions, and is mostly instrumental. They have released six albums and have toured internationally. The first four albums and an E.P. were released on The Leaf Label and afterwards on their own label L. M
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A Hawk And A Hacksaw And The Hun Hangár Ensemble
A Hawk and A Hacksaw and the Hun Hangár Ensemble is an EP by A Hawk and a Hacksaw and The Hun Hangár Ensemble released in 2007 on The Leaf Label. A 20-minute bonus DVD was released with the CD, titled An Introduction to A Hawk and a Hacksaw. The DVD documents two years of touring by original band members Jeremy Barnes and Heather Trost with live footage (by director Dave Herman), as well as a behind-the-scenes look at their travels across Europe. Track listing[edit]"Kiraly Siratás" – 2:32 "Zozobra" – 4:01 "Serbian Cŏcek" – 4:14 "Romanian Hora and Bulgar" (live) – 3:15 "Ihabibi" – 3:57 "Vajdaszentivány" – 2:36 "Oriental Hora" – 5:18 "Dudanotak" – 3:29The original melodies[edit] Kiraly Siratás, album's opening track, is based around the main melody from Bedřich Smetana 19th-century piece "Vltava". The flowing melody is carried by Heather Trost's violin, accompanied by the sound of a cymbalom
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