The new Meadowlark Music Class album is finished and available!  It’s called “Rise and Greet Lady Spring.”  I made it here in my home studio.  Here’s a picture of us laying down the violin tracks.

Laying down violin tracks with Alan Lin

I am so excited to share these songs with you– twenty six tracks, including traditional folk songs, original songs, rhymes, chants and finger plays from around the world.  The whole album is now available on Bandcamp.  Enjoy!

Thanks, dear mamas!  I look forward to singing with you soon.

And if you’re in San Francisco, come try out Meadowlark Music Class tomorrow for free at Charlie’s Corner!  That’s Thursday 3/29/17 at 10:45 AM, or join us for our free sing-along at Charlie’s this weekend.

 

Rise and Greet Lady Spring

Song written, recorded and performed by Noe Venable  (lyrics adapted from a traditional song)
Violin – Alan Lin

Sansa Kroma

Song – Traditional, Ghanaian
Adapted, recorded and performed by Noe Venable
Violin – Alan Lin

 

Redbird

Song by Leadbelly
Recorded and performed by Noe Venable
Violin – Alan Lin

 

Zousan  

Song – Traditional, Japanese
Recorded and performed by Noe Venable
Violin – Alan Lin