Host Andy Mahler is joined in the studio by longtime Bloomington resident, hammer dulcimer player, composer, choral director, and all-around entertainer Malcolm Dalglish. We talk about his long association with Bloomington, his life in music, including his long partnership with Grey Larsen, his singing camps in Indiana and the Eastern Sierra of California for young singers and his ongoing projects. Among these is his brand new CD “Into the Sky” performed with the musical ensemble Ooodoo from which we hear several cuts. Malcolm provides a beautiful word ramble through the hills of Southern Indiana and a short hambone session. We also discuss his adventures with the Ooolites. Don’t know what an Ooolite is? Listen and find out.
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