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Norcsalordie - more than just a band - an exciting way of looking at Traditional Folk Music through younger eyes. Formed of musicians a good three decades younger than the majority of those performing folk music today

Norcsalordie bring with them a contemporary set of influences and a commitment to making the music accessible and entertaining not only to dyed in the wool folkies but to the younger generation for whom folk music might otherwise remain an irrelevance

Having travelled the country building up their reputation as a duo for four years, ruffling a few traditionalist feathers along the way, the boys entered the studio for the first time to produce their CD Post to Pillar with session musicians

The album consisting almost entirely of their own compositions was launched to the public at the Riverside Festival and the Big Session in Leicester during June 2009 with the five piece Norcsalordie Band.

The result is the same vibrant musical philosophy with a richer, rounder sound very much in touch with both traditional folk roots and the music of the younger generation

Click here for more details of Post to Pillar and their other CDs


A wide selection of Norcsalordie videos are available for viewing on YouTube - brackets indicate tracks available on CD

Maggie May

Preacher and the Slave

She moved through the Fair

Blaydon Races

Cursed Cornelius (Post to Pillar)

Sun Arise

Over the Hills and Far Away

Wolds Maidens Lament

The Islander

Whip Jamboree (Longtails & Yellerbellies)

Drunken Sailor (Bosun's Rope End)

Paddy's Green Shamrock Shore

and others


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