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Noctambule: “A Sweetish Tune”
 
Peghead Nation Irish Mandolin instructor Marla Fibish and Bruce Victor play the title track from their recently released Noctambule album.
By: Dan Gabel
August 22, 2017

Noctambule.A SweetishTune.jpgNoctambule is Peghead Nation Irish Mandolin instructor Marla Fibish and her husband, guitarist Bruce Victor, and they have just released their third album, A Sweetish Tune. The focus of the new album is traditional Irish music mixed with a few newer compositions, with instrumentation including mandolin, six-, ten-, and 12-string acoustic guitars, cittern, mandola, tenor guitar, and more.

In this video, Marla and Bruce play “A Sweetish Tune” in a parking garage in Berkeley, California. They are joined by Aryeh Frankfurter on nyckelharpa.

For more information and to order A Sweetish Tune and Noctambule’s other albums, visit NoctambuleMusic.com.

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