Sing to the Harvest Moon - Andrew Calhoun & February Sky - In the Round

Zoom online concert - see registration link

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17

“Sing to the Harvest Moon,” a harvest song trade with February Sky and Andrew Calhoun. 7:00 p.m. Eastern Time. 6:00 p.m. Central. 5:00 p.m. Mtn. 4:00 p.m. Pacific.

TO BE BROADCAST VIA ZOOM. The concert is running exclusively on Zoom so you can come early or stay a little bit late to chat or to talk with the musicians (the Zoom room will open 30 minutes before official showtime). We can accept up to 100 participants, so be sure to register ahead of time if you wish to attend. A donation link for contributions will be provided. Here is the registration link:

https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZIldeuvqT0vGtcEu4cRwHF0JjgAjAzEm0mB

I’m grateful for the invitation to join Phil Cooper and Susan Urban (February Sky), now of Trout Lake in Michigan's Upper Peninsula. Phil is one of my oldest friends in music & a great folk baroque style guitarist with excellent taste in old songs. Susan plays guitar, banjo, and mountain dulcimer, and composes new songs in the folk tradition. She writes:

“In the old days of the traveling musical bard, people knew that music was not intended to reflect only joy and happiness, but to help them to process the inevitable sadness and loss that is a part of living on this Earth plane. They knew that the purpose of music and storytelling was to make them think and feel, not to numb them into unconsciousness. Although we travel in a Subaru Forester on 4-lane highways, rather than on dirt roads in a horse-drawn cart, February Sky continues this mission.”

Our Plan:

OPENING INSTRUMENTAL CORN RIGGS / JOHN BARLEYCORN (FS) ALL AMONGST THE BARLEY (AC) FINE OCTOBER DAY (FS) I WILL GO WITH MY FATHER A-PLOUGHING (AC) OCTOBER SONG (FS) PEACH SONG (AC) BEER IS GOOD FOR YOU (FS) CORN RIGS ARE BONIE or NOW WESTLIN WINDS (AC) ALL OF A ROW (FS) THE BATTLE OF OTTERBURN (AC) EARTH PRAYER FOR AUTUMN (FS) THE SCYTHER (AC) MOTION SONG (FS) BRINGING IN THE SHEAVES (AC)

Hope you Friday,

Andrew Calhoun