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[[Image:Rude_cider.jpg|right|thumb|Cider on the Mountain: Rude Cider plays a [[contradance]] tune at [[Mountain Day]], 2002.]]
Rude Cider is [[Dancing Folk]]'s own house band. Members play fiddles, guitars, flutes and whistles, [[piano]], banjoes, feet, and pretty much anything else acoustic. Repertoire consists of jigs, reels, waltzes, and a bit of miscellany, from Irish, Canadian, Bluegrass, and sundry other traditions.
Rude Cider rehearses about once a week and plays
many of Dancing Folk's monthly dances. It welcomes students (and community members) of many levels of ability. It currently lacks a pianist and would be particularly thrilled to find one.
If you play an instrument and are interested in folk music or dance tunes, please email <email>
Alden.S.Robinson@williams.edu</email> or <email>Katherine.L.Dieber@williams.edu</email> and we'll keep you informed about when we rehearse.