Modernism Monday: “Giuliano’s Tune, Something, Eleanor Day’s #2,” The Duhks

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I feel a strong urge to post something unabashedly cheerful today to kick off the week, and The Duhks certainly deliver.  The Duhks are from Winnipeg (that’s above North Dakota, for my geography-challenegd friends), but the music they make really sounds like it’s from Newfoundland, or Scotland for that matter.  This song makes me want to participate in some type of organized group dancing that heavily features the swinging of one’s partner round and round.  If any of you have ever been to a ceilidh (Scottish country dancing) and know the dance “Strip the Willow,” this would be absolutely perfect.  Slàinte!

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