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Fairy Reel - Various - Irelands Favourite Singers (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Jul 31,  · Reel (4/4), first part G Major, second part D Major: Further info here. Mandolin tab here. Listen Rip The Calico: Reel (4/4), D Major (although there’s some debate about whether this should be played with c naturals, therefore D Mixolydian; I prefer the setting with c sharp) Further info here. Mandolin tab here. Listen Road To Durham, The.
  2. Bernard O'Sullivan & Tommy McMahon, Irish Traditional Music of County Clare, LP, 12TFRS, Various Artists, Irish Traditional Concertina Styles, LP, 12TFRS, > Folk Music > Records > Free Reed Vinyl Records. Séamus Ennis, Forty Years of Irish Piping, LP, FRR(D) /2, Eddie Butcher, I Once Was a Daysman, LP, FRR ,
  3. White Fairy A great three-part reel composed by flute player Tommy Fitzharris. It’s played by himself and Dónal McCague on their fantastic album The Bank of Turf.
  4. Celtic Fairy Dream takes their music to yet another level that so many people will most certainly appreciate. I would love to hear this album on vinyl someday, it would be amazing, not that it isn’t already. I am a firm believer that LPs give music a different dimension. This recording is well suited to be spinning on a turntable.
  5. An Irish version of Nathaniel Gow’s "Fairy Dance", but played in G. Often preceded by "O’Connell’s Trip To Parliament", the pairing of reels coming from that CD, .
  6. CD and g vinyl editions of the legendary group's 16th studio album! More A new 4-CD collection commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Mothers with 70 unreleased tracks!
  7. Dec 21,  · A fantastic little single reel here for your listening pleasure. Enjoy!:) Thank you for listening to my music. If you like what you hear, please support liking, sharing, and subscribing here. If.
  8. Danú's "The Road Less Traveled" is a very entertaining album with an excellent selection of jigs, reels, and songs. The 6th track, "Garech's Wedding/Reel Gan Ainm/The Moving Bog/Cliffs of GlenColmCille" is particularly good, and Muireann Nic Amhlaoibh's vocals on songs such as "Co. Down" and "Beannacht ó Rí na hAoine" are outstanding.5/5(18).
  9. With this altogether superb solo debut, Moving Cloud member Kevin Crawford moves into the upper tier of Irish flutists. Born in Birmingham, England, to parents who originally came from West Clare, Kevin was surrounded by traditional music from his earliest days. Following his move to Ireland, Crawford eventually settled in Ennis, where he quickly made a name for himself as a flute player of.

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