Ozark Four

Ozark Four was a folk group from Berlin/Germany and was together 1972-1979. Its principal members were

Supporting musicians were Ozark Four recorded two LPs with Telefunken/Decca in 1975/76. Sometimes you can still hear our music played on German language radio stations.


Si Bheag Si Mhor / Barney Brannigan (trad., Arr Ozark Four)
  • Helge: Fiddle
  • Ivo: Bodhran, mandolin, mandola, tin whistle
  • Peter: Guitar
  • Thomas: Bass
Billy Grimes (trad., Arr Ozark Four)
  • Helge: Fiddle, tin whistle
  • Ivo: Guitars, mandolin, spoons, vocal
  • Peter: Banjo
  • Thomas: Bass
Ballad of Glencoe (trad., Arr Ozark Four)
  • Helge: Fiddle, vocal
  • Ivo: Guitars,vocal
  • Peter: Guitar
  • Thomas: Bass, vocal
Darling Nelly Gray (trad., Arr Ozark Four)
  • Helge: Fiddle
  • Ivo: Guitar
  • Peter: Banjo, Dobro
  • Thomas: Bass
  • Dietmar Weigel: Square dance calls
  • Bernd Machus: Bandoneon
Auld Lang Syne (trad., Arr Ozark Four)
  • Helge: Fiddle, recorders, vocal
  • Ivo: Guitar, dulcimer,
  • Peter: Guitar
  • Thomas: Bass, vocal
The Flop Eared Mule (trad., Arr Ozark Four)
  • Helge: Fiddle
  • Ivo: Guitar, mandolin
  • Peter: Banjo, Dobro
  • Thomas: Bass
  • Dietmar Weigel: Square dance calls
The Parting Glass (trad., Arr Ozark Four)
  • Helge: Fiddle, recorders, vocal
  • Ivo: Guitars
  • Peter: Guitar
  • Thomas: Bass, vocal
Bile 'em Cabbage Down (trad., Arr Ozark Four)
  • Helge: Fiddle, vocal
  • Ivo: Guitars, mandolin vocal
  • Peter: Banjo
  • Thomas: Bass
  • Bernd Machus: Bandoneon
Wildlife (DŁntsch)
  • Helge: Fiddle
  • Ivo: Mandolins, tenor banjo
  • Peter: Guitar, banjo, dobro
  • Thomas: Bass
Farewell to Dundalk (DŁntsch)
  • Helge: Fiddle
  • Ivo: Mandolins, tenor banjo, tin whistle
  • Peter: Guitar
  • Thomas: Bass