By: Darol Anger (1997, Folk, World, & Country). More albums from Darol Anger: Tideline by Darol Anger. The Duo by Darol Anger. Fiddlistics by Darol Anger. Chiaroscuro by Darol Anger. View all albums . Heritage. By: Darol Anger (1997, Folk, World, & Country). 1. Headwaters: Shenandoah.
Profile: Fiddler, composer, producer and Associate Professor at the Berklee School of music.
Heritage is a unique concept album, which explores the expanse of American Roots music. Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist - Artist (Sample). 30. by Darol Anger & Jane Siberry. Headwaters: Shenandoah by Darol Anger & Jane Siberry.
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DAROL ANGER - Heritage. Filed under Jazz Related Improv/Composition By DAROL ANGER. No main artist is given on the cover or spine. Thanks to snobb for the addition. Heritage Six Degrees 2005. Heritage Koch Records 1999. Darol Anger - Heritage - CD (1998) Bluegrass Folk Country. DAROL ANGER - Heritage - CD - Import.
Darol Anger - The Water Is Wide 06:39. Darol Anger, Siberry - To The Sea: O Shenandoah 07:27. John Hartford, Darol Anger, Vassar Clements - Shenandoah: A Quiet Place/Golden Slippers 03:26. Darol Anger - Rise Up, Shepherd, And Follow 05:51. Dar Williams, Darol Anger, John Gorka, Darol Anger - featuring John Gorka & Dar Williams - While Roving On A Winter's Night 05:31. Darol Anger - Pretty Polly 08:44. Darol Anger - Headwaters: Shenandoah 02:24. Willie Nelson, David Grisman, Darol Anger, Darol Anger - featuring Willie Nelson & David Grisman - Hard Times Come Again No More 03:54
Darol Anger is an American violinist and founding member of The David Grisman Quintet. Darol Anger entered popular music at the age of 21 as a founding member of The David Grisman Quintet. Anger played fiddle to David Grisman's mandolin in The David Grisman Quintet's (DGQ) 1977 debut. He co-founded and named the Turtle Island String Quartet with David Balakrishnan in 1985 and performed, composed, and arranged for the chamber jazz group. He frequently collaborates with fellow DGQ alumnus Mike Marshall.
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Fretless Bass, Featuring – Michael ManringPiano, Featuring – Phillip Aaberg*Violin, Mandolin [Octave Mandolin], Cittern – Darol AngerVocals [Sung By] – Jane Siberry
|2||While Roving On A Winter's Night
Banjo [Nylon 5 String Banjo], Featuring – Bela Fleck*Electric Bass – Victor WootenGuitar [Baritone], Featuring – John Jennings Guitar [Weissenborn Kona Guitar], Featuring – David LindleyPercussion – Joe CravenSynthesizer [Synth Schmear] – Darol Anger, Phillip Aaberg*Violin, Mandolin [Octave Mandolin] – Darol AngerVocals [Sung By] – Dar Williams, John Gorka
|3||Are You Tired Of Me, My Darling?
Banjo [Five String Banjo], Featuring – Tony TrischkaBass – Todd PhillipsGuitar – Mike Marshall Oboe, Featuring – Paul McCandlessPercussion – Darol Anger, Joe CravenSynthesizer [Synth Schmear] – Barbara HigbieViolin, Mandolin [Octave Mandolin], Bouzouki [Bouzouki Flangs] – Darol Anger
Bass [Cicada Bass], Featuring – Edgar MeyerGuitar, Guitar [Baritone], Featuring – John Jennings Violin [Bird Violin] – Tracy SilvermanViolin, Violin [Ferrington Violin], Cello, Mandolin [Octave Mandolin] – Darol AngerVocals [Sung By] – Mary-Chapin Carpenter*
|5||Down In The Willow Garden
Accordion, Synthesizer [Synth Schmear] – Barbara HigbieBass [Fretless], Featuring – Victor WootenGuitar [Solo] – David GrierPercussion, Shaker, Percussion [Pots & Pans] – Joe CravenViolin [Ferrington Violin], Guitar [Clank Guitar] – Darol AngerWhistle, Bass Clarinet, Featuring – Paul McCandless
|6||Hard Times Come Again No More
Adapted By – Stephen Foster Arranged By – Darol Anger, David LindleyMandolin, Featuring – David GrismanPiano – Phillip Aaberg*Violin – Darol AngerVocals [Sung By], Guitar – Willie Nelson
|7||La Ville Des Manteau
Bass – Victor WootenCittern, Guitar, Featuring – Mike Marshall Drums [Drum Kit] – Aaron JohnstonPiano, Synthesizer [Synth Schmear], Featuring – Phillip Aaberg*Triangle – Joe CravenVocals [Sung By], Fiddle, Featuring – Michael DoucetVocals [Sung By], Violin [Octave Violin], Fiddle [More Fiddles] – Darol Anger
|8||Rise Up, Shepherd, And Follow
Double Bass [String Bass] – Todd PhillipsDrums [Traps] – Aaron JohnstonGuitar, Featuring – Russell Barenberg*Piano – Barbara HigbieResonator Guitar [Resophonic Guitar], Featuring – Jerry DouglasSynthesizer [Synth Schmear] – Phillip Aaberg*Violin – Darol Anger
Arranged By – Darol Anger, David LindleyDouble Bass [String Bass] – Todd PhillipsGuitar [Weissenborn Kona Guitar], Tap Dance [Heel & Toe], Featuring – David LindleyMandolin [Mandocello], Featuring – David GrismanPercussion [Big Bag Of Junk] – Joe CravenViolin [Octave Violins], Violin [Ferrington Violin], Guitar [Papoose Guitar] – Darol AngerVocals [Sung By] – Mavis Staples
|10||Shenandoah: A Quiet Place/Golden Slippers
Electric Piano [Piano-like Electric Slab] – Phillip Aaberg*Ensemble – The Nashville LumberyardErhu [Chinese Violin], Violin [Zeta Violin], Mandolin [Octave Mandolin] – Darol AngerFiddle [The Nashville Lumberyard] – Darol Anger, Matt Glaser, Sam Bush, Stuart Duncan, Tim O'Brien Fiddle [The Nashville Lumberyard], Featuring – John Hartford, Vassar Clements
|11||Talk About Suffering Here Below
Arco Bass, Bass [Pizzicato Bass], Featuring – Edgar MeyerDulcimer [Hammered] – Tony ElmanHarp [Celtic] – Barbara HigbieMandolin [Octave Mandolin], Guitar, Guitar [Pencil Guitar] – Darol AngerStrings [String Quartet] – Barry Phillips, Darol Anger, David Balakrishnan, Drew Tretick
|12||The Water Is Wide
Banjo [Five String Banjos], Featuring – Bela Fleck*Fretless Bass, Featuring – Michael ManringGuitar [Baritone], Featuring – John Jennings Mandolin, Featuring – David GrismanTalking Drum, Goblet Drum [Dumbek], Drum [The Big Drum] – Joe CravenViolin, Mandolin [Octave Mandolin], Synthesizer [Schmear] – Darol AngerVocals [Sung By] – Tim O'Brien
|13||Queen Of The Earth, Child Of The Stars
Fiddle [Five String Fiddle] – Darol AngerGuitar [Ambient Guitar], Featuring – John Jennings Harp [Celtic] – Barbara Higbie
|14||To The Sea: O Shenandoah!
Arranged By – Darol Anger, Jane SiberryDouble Bass [String Bass] – Todd PhillipsPiano, Synthesizer, Featuring – Phillip Aaberg*Steel Drums [Steel Pans], Featuring – Andy NarellViolin, Mandolin [Octave Mandolin] – Darol AngerVocals [Sung By] – Jane SiberryVocals [With] – Hallie Skye Veninger-Switzer
- Coordinator [Production Coordinator] – Willa Rabinovitch
- Design – Aldo Sampieri
- Engineer [Bias] – Jim Robinson
- Engineer [Brad Hartman] – Brad Hartman
- Engineer [Fiddlistics & Holzen Residence] – Roland Gare
- Engineer [Fiddlistics] – Bob Appel, Jim Nunally
- Engineer [Hinge, Assisted By] – Steve Johnson
- Engineer [Hinge] – Craig Bauer
- Engineer [Live Wire] – Steven Miller
- Engineer [Mobius, Assisted By] – Christian Jones
- Engineer [Mobius] – Oliver DiCicco
- Engineer [Reaction] – David Travers-Smith
- Engineer [Spark] – John Vigran, Kent Carter
- Executive-Producer – Bob Appel, Robert Duskis
- Illustration – Greg Couch
- Mastered By – Kenneth Lee*
- Mixed By – Darol Anger, Stephen Hart
- Photography By – Jay Blakesberg
- Producer, Arranged By, Liner Notes [Notes] – Darol Anger
- Written-By – Traditional
Notes"New Interpretations Of American Roots Music"
Manufactured and Marketed by Island Records, Inc., a PolyGram company.
℗© 1997 Island Records, Inc.
Made in the U.S.A.
Recorded at Fiddlistics Studio, Oakland, CA; Bias Studio, Springfield, VA; Reaction Studio, Toronto, ON; Hinge Studio, Chicago IL; Brad Hartman Studio, Nashville, TN; Spark Studio, Emeryville, CA; Tom & Helen Holzen's house, Nashville; Mobius Studio, San Francisco, CA; Live Wire Studio, New York City, NY; and the musicians' homes.
Mixed at Egghead Studio, Berkeley, CA.
Mastered at Rocket Lab, San Francisco, CA.
No main artist is given on the cover or spine. However, this was re-released by Six Degrees in 2005 as a Darol Anger album (without track 13 and with the remaining tracks reordered).
|314-524 434-2||Darol Anger||Heritage (HDCD, Album)||Six Degrees Records||314-524 434-2||US||1997|
|314-524 434-4||Darol Anger||Heritage (Cass, Album, 72)||Six Degrees Records||314-524 434-4||US||1997|
|KOC-CD-8032||Darol Anger||Heritage (HDCD, Album, RE)||Koch Records||KOC-CD-8032||US||1998|