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Heartland: An Appalachian Anthology
     

Heartland: An Appalachian Anthology

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The late '90s saw a spate of adventurous albums, all on the Sony label, that melded roots-inspired American folk music with classical and experimental flavors by a remarkable array of musicians: Yo-Yo Ma and Joshua Bell from the classical world; style hoppers Edgar Meyer and

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O'Connor, Meyer, Foster and others 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Some of the greatest musicians, classical and not, come together on this album in a truly beautiful blend of music. I've listened to it hundreds of times and never get tired.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Appalachian Anthology is unlike anything else I've ever heard. It's like discovering a completely new genre of music. When does 1+1 not equal 2? When you add one part classical music, and one part traditional American music; it equals 5, 5 stars that is!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I never rate anything 5 stars, except my own music, of course. As the title suggests, I found Heartland toe-tappin, knee slappin, can't sit still music for those times when you feel like dancing. The combination of instruments and skilled playing make this a favorite. Yo Yo Ma shows he can keep up with violinist Perlman when it comes to crossing the border between the classics and truly American, down to earth, music. Copland paints America, Heartland brings it home.
Guest More than 1 year ago
It's very Americana. Very upbeat, gets your toes tapping.
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