February 11, 2018 – Dee Mikita, guitar & Judy Ellis, hammer dulcimer

You are cordially invited to our ‘Second Sunday at Six’ program:

Date:  February 11, 2018

Time: 6:00 pm

Place: All Saints Episcopal Church

           129 North Market Street

           Selinsgrove, PA 17870

Dee Mikita & Judy Ellis:
Both Dee Mikita and Judy Ellis have been involved in music since childhood.  They have been making music as a duo for the past year. The music they play is a variety of American and European folk tunes, Celtic music and hymns.  
Judy began playing the hammered dulcimer in 1996. She studied and played the piano and acoustic guitar through her childhood and youth.  With the dulcimer, she has been a part of the several small bands (the Frosties and Susquehanna String Theory.) Judy has also completed the Music for Healing and Transition certification program, preparing the musician to play at bedside in healthcare situations.
Dee is a classically trained pianist, who has introduced music to young people of all ages in the classroom as well as privately for over three decades.  She has also been playing the acoustic guitar since 2006, and occasionally “noodles” on the ukulele.  Dee has participated in a variety of regional and  local acoustic ensembles, and is one of the service musicians here at All Saints.
Musical Selections will include:

Star of the County Down / Far Away

Irish tune / Pete Jung 1985


Si Bheag, Si Mhor (Little Fairy, Big Fairy)

Turlough O’Carolan (1670 – 1738)


How Can I Keep from Singing / Shall We Gather at the River

Robert Lowry / Robert Lowry (1826 – 1899)


Healing Springs

Sam Rizzetta 2003


The Rose of St. Magnus / Fairest Lord Jesus

Ivan Drever / from Schlesische Volksleider


Werde Munter / Dona Nobis Pacem

Johann Schop (1600 – 1665) / Traditional Latin

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