The String Family

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 9 customer ratings
(9 customer reviews)

$20.00

“The String Family” is is a collection of our favourite busking tunes – a fine, uplifting album perfect for the car. Toe tapping & fresh, we’ve taken your favourite tunes and given them a String Family makeover!

Storm by Vivaldi
Celtic Dueling Fiddles
Viva la Vida
Somewhere Over the Rainbow
Palladio
Zorba's Dance
The Devil Went Down to Georgia
Hallelujah
Czardas
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Description

Re-released (‘Somewhere’) and with an additional track (‘Palladio’) in Nov 2016, this is a collection of our favourite busking tunes – a fine, uplifting album perfect for the car.

If you have a coupon code, please enter it on the final checkout page! Depending on Australia Post delivery times you can expect to receive it within 5-7 business days. A priority and express postage service available with delivery within 1-3 business days – you can select this option at checkout.

Album: The String Family

01. Storm from The Four Seasons by Vivaldi
02. Celtic Dueling Fiddles by Ronan Hardiman
03. Viva La Vida by Coldplay
04. Somewhere Over The Rainbow by Israel Kamakawiwo’ole
05. Palladio by Karl Jenkins
06. Zorba’s Dance by Mikis Theodorakis
07. The Devil went down to Georgia by the Charlie Daniels Band
08. Hallelujah by Leonard Cohen
09. Czardas by Monte

Released October 2016


Once you have completed your purchase, for your convenience you will receive an email containing links to download digital copies of the music in MP3 format. These will expire some time after your order has been shipped, but will allow you to listen to your newly purchased music without having to wait for the CD!

Please note that if you have an Apple Device, you will only be able to listen to them in your Safari browser, and will NOT be able to add them to your Music app unless you have access to a computer where you can sync the MP3 file to your device. Unfortunately we are unable to provide support for this process, however Apple have documented the process at this link.

If you want to be able to have this album permanently on your Apple device, you will need to purchase a copy  in the iTunes Store or get it from Apple Music here.


Also available from:
Apple Music & iTunes
Google Play
Spotify
And all your other favourite online music services

Additional information

Weight0.07 kg
Dimensions14.5 × 12.7 × 1 cm

9 reviews for The String Family

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Reverbnation Listener Review – Devil went down to Georgia

    A nice rocked up rendition of the iconic classic. The vocals are superb and the instrumentation is excellent, particularly the
    violin, which should do Charlie proud.

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    Reverbnation Listener Review – Devil went down to Georgia

    I really liked the fiddle playing and that this song was a cool new twist on the charlie daniels classic song. I think the vocals
    were really cool and fitting.

  3. Rated 5 out of 5

    Reverbnation Listener Review – Devil went down to Georgia

    I so didn’t expect it to be like this. This was pretty damn good. The pace of the tune was good. Loved hearing the violin right in the beginning.

  4. Rated 5 out of 5

    Reverbnation Listener Review – Devil went down to Georgia

    I would recommend this song to my family and to my friends because it is a really great song and the lyrics and vocals are great.

  5. Rated 5 out of 5

    Reverbnation Listener Review – Devil went down to Georgia

    Loved loved loved this piece. It was new and her own while still showing so much respect to the original piece. Very good job String Family.

  6. Rated 5 out of 5

    Reverbnation Listener Review – Devil went down to Georgia

    Nice symphonic rock version of the Charlie Daniels classic. The instrumentation is great, particularly the violin player who has to play worthy of Charlie. The vocals are superb, and having a female singer sing this song makes a strong impression.

  7. Rated 5 out of 5

    Reverbnation Listener Review – Devil went down to Georgia

    One thing that I liked about this particular song is the instrumentation, especially the use of what sounded like a fiddle at the start of the song. It is not a commonly heard instrument in popular songs these days, and I liked it for that reason.

  8. Rated 5 out of 5

    Reverbnation Listener Review – Devil went down to Georgia

    The violin at the beginning of this song was hot what a terrific player. The singer was interesting to listen to I liked her tone and her entrance in the song hot melody.

  9. Rated 5 out of 5

    Reverbnation Listener Review – Devil went down to Georgia

    This is one vocalist I definitely won’t forget, not just because I like her voice but she did such a great job doing the remix of this particular song. This is a song I’ve heard before but not like this.

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