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Carla Sciaky

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Musical traditions are woven together with the music of Brooklyn-born and Denver, Colorado-based folk songstress Carla Sciaky (pronounced: See-AH-kee). With her natural, soprano, vocals followed on a multitude of musical instruments, Sciaky combines soft-spoken awareness with a distinctive gift at intimate balladry. Sciaky inherited her like of music from her mom, a piano playing nursery college instructor and camp counselor. Performing and dance by age two, Sciaky was fascinated with her mother’s playing. Although she started classical studies within the key pad, Sciaky’s musical path was changed when she discovered to play electric guitar, at age fourteen, while spending the summertime in Oaxaca, Mexico with her grandmother and fifteen American teenaged ladies. Although she used a high college folk-rock music group, Propinquity, Sciaky continued to be faithful to her educational pursuits, searching for college within the metropolitan studies division. Sciaky’s go back to music, pursuing 2 yrs in university, was sparked by way of a recorder workshop she went to. Taking the teacher’s invitation to become listed on his early music ensemble, Sciaky switched her concentrate to traditional folk and cultural music. Starting her musical profession in 1981, Sciaky documented her debut recording, AMONG four years later on. Sciaky’s following recordings are the Awakening, a harmony-filled recording featuring visitor vocalists Claudia Schmidt and Molly O’Brien, released in 1995, a children’s documenting, Desires And Dreams, released in 1991, and an recording, Spin The Weaver’s Track, released in 1992 and celebrating the customs of rotating, weaving and sheep-shearing. Furthermore to her single recordings, Sciaky offers recorded using the Mom Folkers, the all-woman ensemble that statements to obtain, “probably the most thoroughly pronounced name in folk music.”

Quick Facts


Full Name Carla Sciaky
Date Of Birth 1954
Music Songs Sweet Becky at the Loom, The Band of Shearers, The Weaver Is Handsome, Weaving Lilt, Under the Quarter Moon, Virágos Kenderem, Sheep Shearing Toast, Cotton Picker's Rag, The Weaver's Glee, I Can Weave Linen, Song for the Spinning Wheel, Jog Along Till Shearing, La Tejedora De Ñandutí, The Weaver and the Chambermaid, Spinn Spinn / La Filadora, Click, Click, That's How the Shears Go, Snošti E Dobra Dotsna Sedela, The Sheep Shearers, Pukala Sam Lenek, Paddy the Weaver, Song of the Sky Loom, The Weaver's March / The Gallant Weaver, Shearing the Sheep, The Flax in Bloom, The Weaver, Waulking Song, Spinning Wheel Song, The Song That Bird Sings, Wishes and Dreams, Gladys and Harley, Everybody's Strange But Me, The Undertow
Albums Spin the Weaver's Song, The Undertow, Wishes and Dreams, Under the Quarter Moon, Awakening, Rewind: The Vinyl Years

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