The Men of Little Egypt


Mark MikurendaMark in all-weather mood on Boxing Day 1998


Mark played with Little Egypt for several years, before leaving us for the wilds of Wiltshire. His is a fiery brand of Melodeon style, and he brings with it a deep knowledge of the Morris and other folk music.

Among his other attributes, he was a deputy head teacher (his promotion to a headship took him away), editor of "Mardles", a magazine of the Suffolk folk scene, and a vibrant singer of "High Barbary" and "The Rocky Road to Dublin" (when he can remember the words).

He is also founding member of the Stour Valley Mummers, and is still a Man of Little Egypt



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