Music Store of the Folk Arts Center of New England

FAC’s retail music store, the Little Shop of Horas®, is New England’s most comprehensive source of traditional music and folk dance recordings. The shop also stocks DVDs, videos, books, transcriptions of folk tunes, dance syllabi, T-shirts, tote bags, and note cards.

Personalized gift certificates in any amount for the music store are sold with no service charge and no expiration date. Phone or email the FAC office for details.

The Little Shop of Horas® is based at the FAC office in Stoneham, MA and is also available by phone, mail order, online, and on the road at various folk events. Your purchases support FAC’s work of perpetuating and promoting the folk arts of many cultures.

Our new online Music Store has a digital shopping cart and payment processing. Shop now for:

CDsVideosBooks and Sheet Music

  • Domino
    Domino, the driving Canadian sound of Richard Forest and Sabin Jacques.
  • Paul-Anderson
    Scotland’s premier fiddler and one of our favorites, Paul Anderson.
  • Hanneke-Cassel-Unseen
    Hanneke Cassel: "For Reasons Unseen": Hanneke’s most poignant collection.
  • VillageTable-Cover
    FAC’s own community cookbook, The Village Table
  • Pinewoods-Collection-cover
    Over 400 traditional dance tunes and songs in one great book.
  • Pinewoods-Band-2015-CD
    The Pinewoods Band’s latest CD
  • Saucy-Bess-CD
    Tom Pixton, Catherine Miller, and friends team up for some great Scottish listening.
  • Free-Raisins-CD
    Audrey Knuth’s exciting contradance band.

A sampling of some favorite releases.

The Folk Arts Center of New England’s co-founders Conny and Marianne Taylor started their first weekly international folk dance series on Wednesdays in July 1955 at the Cambridge YWCA’s Hannum Hall in Central Square. The series switched to Thursdays the following year, then added Fridays in 1960.