Although you can be forgiven for just a little confusion, the U.K.-centered Celtic group Whirligig isn’t exactly like New York’s personal Celtic band of the very same name. Though both are fusion-minded, the U.K.’s Whirligig may be the somewhat more traditional number, mixing acoustic Celtic noises with early and medieval music, plus details of the past due Renaissance and early Baroque intervals. The group was led by twin sisters Jenny and Fiona Cuthill, both classically educated musicians who performed recorder and fiddle, furthermore to managing the group’s agreements. Multi-instrumentalist Steve Lawrence (electric guitar, mandolin, bouzouki, Leicestershire and Scottish little pipes, percussion) curved out the initial trio’s lineup on its 1995 debut record, Celtic Dawn. The record also highlighted Anne Chaurand (lute, electric guitar) and Jim Morton (hurdy-gurdy, Appalachian dulcimer), the previous of whom became the official person in the group for IMAGINE IF per day…, the group’s second record. A significant lineup change implemented; both Cuthill sisters departed, Morton was produced the official member, and Northumbrian little pipes participant Ken Campbell also became a member of the group, with Lawrence overtaking leadership. non-etheless, Whirligig’s next record, 2001’s First Frost, continuing in quite similar Celtic/middle ages vein as its predecessors.