Aaron Tornberg’s Music

New Recording of “The Master, The Swabber, The Boatswain and I” and “Yo Ho Ho (and a Bottle of Rum)” from my set on the Maritime show from the Folk Revival with Nick Noble, Worcester, MA WICN NPR Radio 9-15-2016

New Recording of “Come Unto These Yellow Sands” from my set on the Maritime show from the Folk Revival with Nick Noble, Worcester, MA WICN NPR Radio 9-15-2016

New Recording of “Drunken Sailor” from my set on the Maritime show from the Folk Revival with Nick Noble, Worcester, MA WICN NPR Radio 9-15-2016


Recording from my set on WICN radio in Worcester, MA on 3-3-2016 – Folk Revival with Nick Noble

 

 

I’ve Been Working on the Railroad/Hinei Rakevet *

 

Honor Riches (music by Aaron H. Tornberg – words by Wm. Shakespeare) *

 

Treehouse (words and music by Aaron H. Tornberg) *

 

Come Unto These Yellow Sands (music by Aaron H. Tornberg – words by Wm. Shakespeare) *

 

Flout em and Cout em (music by Aaron H. Tornberg – words by Wm. Shakespeare)

 

No More Dams I’ll Make for Fish (music by Aaron H. Tornberg – words by Wm. Shakespeare)

 

While you do here snoring lie (music by Aaron H. Tornberg – words by Wm. Shakespeare)

 

Lawn as White as Driven Snow (music by Aaron H. Tornberg – words by Wm. Shakespeare)

 

Where the Bee Sucks (music by Aaron H. Tornberg – words by Wm. Shakespeare)

 

Differences (words and music by Aaron H. Tornberg) *

 

The Master, the Swabber, the Boatswain and I (music by Aaron H. Tornberg – words by Wm. Shakespeare) *

 

Hark! Hark! the Lark… (music by Aaron H. Tornberg – words by Wm. Shakespeare)

 

Sunrise (words and music by Aaron H. Tornberg) *

 

Aaron Tornberg Live at the Free Times Cafe 1991

 

The first song I ever wrote – and this is the original recording of me at 20 years old singing it
Drifter – May 4, 1990 (words and music by Aaron H. Tornberg)

 

Jimmy, Billy and the Moon- May 4, 1990 (words and music by Aaron H. Tornberg)

 

all selections performed by Aaron H. Tornberg with viola by David Goldblatt on certain tracks denoted with a *.  All songs by Aaron H. Tornberg are protected by copyright.

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Responses

  1. enjoyable music to listen while driving crosscountry 🙂

  2. Thanks for your music and lyrics…..I teach 4,5,6th graders in Sabbath and individual friends home school……Blessings


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