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McKenzie Duo

Listening Room

Here are some selected McKenzie Duo recordings. These were created from studio, home and live recordings. If your web browser supports flash media, you can play songs by clicking the "play" button in front of a song title. You can then control the playback on the mini player (stop, pause, volume, etc.). You can also stop a song by pressing the "stop" button in front of the song title.

If the flash player doesn't work for you, then you can click on the image to download or play the sample mp3 file.

These selections are excerpts that are typically around 30 seconds long and less that 500k in file size. We can provide full-length versions via email or audio CD, if you are interested.

Please contact us if you have any problems playing these selections and we'll be happy to send you samples in a format that works for you.

Demo Medley A brief mix of each of the following seven songs, in the order listed below, in a single mp3.
Can You Feel the Love Tonight? (Elton John) Classic song from "The Lion King".
Here, There and Everywhere (Beatles) Even without words, one of Lennon and McCartney's most beautiful songs.
Give Me Your Hand (O'Callahan) A traditional Irish harp tune, written to woo a lover.
Siciliano (Bach) One of Bach's prettiest works.
Rondo (C.P.E.Bach) A spritely tune from a Sonata by one of J.S.Bach's talented sons.
Lovers Waltz (Jay Ungar) A lovely melody from the composer of "Ashokan Farewell". We learned this one as a request for a wedding several years ago, and we've been playing it ever since.
Rondeau (Mouret) The stately, familiar "Masterpiece Theater" theme makes an excellent processional.

The Wind Beneath My Wings Bette Midler's popular hit has been recorded many times, and here's our version.
Sicilienne (von Paradies) This lovely and little-known piece is the work of a blind woman musician from the time of Beethoven.
Danny Boy Perennial favorite, perhaps the national song of Ireland.
Barbara Allen Beautiful folk tune, in a stylish arrangment for flute and guitar.
Serenade Familiar classical melody, which may or not be the work or Haydn.
Fayne Would I Wedd (Farnaby) A lively dance from Shakespeare's time.
Almain (Morley) A happy little Renaissance tune.
Pavane Pour Une Infante Defunte Ravel's beautifully melancholy elegy for an imaginary princess.