This is GurdyBird’s music collection on Bandcamp.


Hayle, UK
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I also play the symphonie hurdy-gurdy as well as compose music.
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  1. NON-TRADITIONAL HOLIDAY FAVORITES (with a little help from my friends)
    by Steampunk Funk Bizarre/Lord MontyJacques III
  2. The Spectropic Illusions (CD)
    by Professor Purblind
  3. Raising Steam II
    by Raising Steam
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    Trip to Mars: Red Queen Trip to Mars: Red Queen
  4. Apequest
    by Professor Elemental
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    Tempus Fugitive Tempus Fugitive
  5. Uncharted Lands
    by Pyrates!
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    The Dreadnaught The Dreadnaught
  6. Grave Folk
    by Miss Von Trapp
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    A Mother's Lament A Mother's Lament
    If you like your vaudeville and cabaret very dark and very fun, do check out Miss Von Trapp, Her Cello gives me goosebumps and I love this, Vampire Strings and Angry Birds
  7. The Mysterious Freakshow
    by The Mysterious Freakshow
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    The Song Of Love The Song Of Love
  8. Captains Courageous
    by Nigel Eaton
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    Pure magic, really rockin' hurdy-gurdy action! Something to make your heart sing!
  9. Evil Genius
    by Crimson Clocks
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    If you need to have a soundtrack to your evil scheming (and you do) then this is the track for you. Beautifully sinister and gleefully wicked.
  10. Crimson Circus (Live At The Circus Mix)
    by Crimson Clocks
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    Dark Circus which gets me dancing, the subject, lyrics, sounds and atmosphere, pure joy!
  11. Shadow
    by Crimson Clocks
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    Wonderfully dark, with what I believe is described as a "phat bassline" which sounds marvellously and suitably aggressive. Great work