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Anahata is the editor of Mardles, the East Anglian folk magazine published by [http://www.suffolkfolk.co.uk Suffolk Folk] for which he also maintains the web site.
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Anahata is the webmaster for folkopedia and runs a small web hosting business used by some folk performers and organisations, including Folkopedia.
He plays melodeon, concertina and cello and performs arrangements of traditional songs and tunes with Mary Humphreys. Anahata and Mary are also musicians for [http://www.pigdyke.co.uk Pig Dyke Molly] based in Peterborough.
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He was for several years the editor of Mardles, an East Anglian folk magazine published by Suffolk Folk, which has now gone on line as a web site: [https://mardles.org mardles.org].
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He plays melodeon, concertina and cello and performs arrangements of traditional songs and tunes with Mary Humphreys.
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Anahata and Mary have been musicians for various dance teams and still (lockdowns permitting) play ceilidhs in various bands.
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Now living in West Yorkshire, he maintains the website for [https://tykesstirrings.org.uk TykesStirrings] quarterly folk magazine as well as hosting the web site for the [https://ryburn3step.org.uk Ryburn 3Step] folk promotion organisation.
  
 
[http://www.treewind.co.uk Anahata]
 
[http://www.treewind.co.uk Anahata]
  
 
[http://www.maryanahata.co.uk Mary Humphreys and Anahata]
 
[http://www.maryanahata.co.uk Mary Humphreys and Anahata]

Latest revision as of 23:22, 21 February 2021

Anahata is the webmaster for folkopedia and runs a small web hosting business used by some folk performers and organisations, including Folkopedia. He was for several years the editor of Mardles, an East Anglian folk magazine published by Suffolk Folk, which has now gone on line as a web site: mardles.org. He plays melodeon, concertina and cello and performs arrangements of traditional songs and tunes with Mary Humphreys. Anahata and Mary have been musicians for various dance teams and still (lockdowns permitting) play ceilidhs in various bands. Now living in West Yorkshire, he maintains the website for TykesStirrings quarterly folk magazine as well as hosting the web site for the Ryburn 3Step folk promotion organisation.

Anahata

Mary Humphreys and Anahata