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                          If you are looking for the best songs and stories for children,
                        let the words and music of A Gentle Wind surround you with wonder and magic....

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Jay Ungar and Lyn Hardy
A Place To Be

The whimsical songs of Malvina Reynolds with Lyn's Hardy's beautiful voice and Jay Ungar's renowned fiddle playing make for a joyful, funny, foot stomping time.  A special favorite of very small children. (Includes vocals by a young Ruth Ungar of Mike + Ruthy, The Mammals)

Ages 2-5     GW1006     CD $14.95

You Can't Make A Turtle Come Out  Listen
Everybody Says
The Pets
Little Boat
I Went A-Gathering
Jennie Fell Down
You Know It Got Better  Listen
To-Ro March
I Can't Find My Boots  Listen
Don't Bother Me
Says The Bee
When I Burger
A Place To Be  Listen

A Place To Be is also available as part of the Preschool 4 Pack along with:

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Buy the pack - Four CDs for $39.95


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Jay Ungar has performed and recorded with mid-60s rock band, Cat Mother and the All Night Newsboys, the Putnam String County Band, Fiddle Fever, The David Bromberg Band, and with his wife, Molly Mason. His composition, "Ashokan Farewell," became famous as the theme song of Ken Burns' Grammy-winning and Emmy-nominated PBS documentary series, The Civil War.

On radio and television, Jay has appeared on CBS Good Morning, The Rosie O'Donnell Show, All Things Considered, A Prairie Home Companion, and the BBC's Transatlantic Sessions. He and Molly broadcast a live-performance radio show, Dancing on the Air.
Lyn Hardy has performed with Jay Ungar, The Putnam String County Band, Cat Mother and the All Night Newsboys, David Bromberg, The Rude Girls, Abby Newton (Celtic Crossing), and toured and recorded with them all. She also performs with The Mother Daughter String Band with Abby Newton, Ruth Ungar Merenda (Lyn's Daughter) and Rosie Newton (Abby's Daughter).

Lyn's singing has been described as rich, honest, strong, stirring and straight from the heart. Her performances draw from a vast and varied repertoire of music. Lyn loves to sing and her joy is infectious; whether it's a concert, coffeehouse, festival, workshop, or a children's show, she gives her all!

Youngest Years |  Preschool-Early Elementary | Loving Values | Stories | Tickle Your Funny Bone | Listed By Title/Artist

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