Craig; Morgan; Robson;
Links Page

Craig;Morgan;Robson are founder members of
The Music Well
- the web based Folk radio programme.

Internet radio station Radio Britfolk began scheduled broadcasting on 1 July 2005. Run by Folk Professionals and interested associates, but with amateur input where appropriate, it operates like the BBC's Listen-on-Demand service - 10 hours of programmes broadcast per week available at any time. An archive of past programmes is also maintained. As of December 2007 the station was renamed The Music Well and formal membership was abandoned in favour of voluntary donations. The Music Well is now sponsored by and would like to thank both FolkWise and Britfolk for their terrific support

To find out more follow the link

Some of the Special Links to be found on other pages:-
  • Carolyn Robson
  • The Askew Sisters with whom CMR perform the 'Axford Five' Hampshire songs show, with further collaborations on the same lines to come.
  • Save Our Forests petition - highly relevant to 'The Way Through the Woods' show
  • for general woodland information visit the Woodland Trust website
  • Woodlarks Workshops near Winchester
  • Gleanings Rural Study Centre for Music, Art and the Natural World
  • Cornish fiddler & storyteller Mike O'Connor
  • Mary Humphreys & Anahata and
  • CHARM the collaboration between CMR and Mary & Anahata.
  • The Bourne Valley Festival June 2011
  • The SCoFF Community Choirs Page
  • Finest Kind Canadian Harmony Group
  • Northern Harmony world famous choir based in Vermont, led by Larry Gordon
  • The SCoFF George Gardiner Centenary Page
  • SCoFF Home Page for many more folk-based links, Club lists and the
  • SCoFF Artistes Database
  • Hen Party Sarah's former Harmony Group
  • Irmelin Three female singers meet in the vocal traditional music of Scandinavia and the North Sea Area. Dark and elegant songs and tunes in personal arrangements that bring out improvisation and individual expression. With great passion they tell stories that are just as adequate today as they were centuries ago. Irmelin consists of the singers Eva Rune, Maria Misgeld and Karin Ericsson Back. New album with songs from North Sea Area is released in 2013.

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