The Ciderhouse Rebellion & Jessie Summerhayes in the Rosedale Valley
Nov 12th, 2021 by Folk on Foot
In the shadow of the disused ironstone kilns of the Rosedale Valley in North Yorkshire, Ciderhouse Rebellion - fiddle player Adam Summerhayes and accordionist Murray Grainger - conjure up a soundscape of rare beauty - improvised on the spot. Then they add evocative poetry from Adam’s daughter Jessie to create, in words and music, a picture of the harshness of Victorian industry in the midst of the beauty of nature.
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