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Irish Dance Music

Various Artists - Irish Folk

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Catalogue Number: TSCD602
Barcode: 5016272602021
Running Time: 62 mins.

CD£9.62 Buy Now In Stock. Dispatched on Monday.

You can listen to short samples from some of the tracks on this album using the player below.


FIRST HEARING:
Not your 'Riverdance' style dance and not quite as free as a ceili dance; probably the 'ballroom' style of the times.
This lively first track was originally recorded in 1926 in New York of all places.
Around half the tracks are USA recordings, the rest between Ireland and London.
Sounds like eveyone is having a good time.

1) Frank Quinn & P.Crowley: The Westport Chorus
2) Michael J.Cashin & Tom Doyle - Jigs: Ginger's Favourite - Bogs of Allen
3) Tom Morrison & John Reynolds - Schottische: Sweet Flowers of Milltown - The Boys of Knock
4) Michael Coleman & John Muller: O'Dowd's Favourite Reel Medley
5) Bart Henry's Traditional Quartet - Jigs: Ah! Surely - The Maid On the Green
6) McKenna & Gaffney - Reels: Maids of Galway - Over the Moor to Peggy
7) K.Scanlon & Mel Bernard - Reels: Bonnie Kate - Swallow's Tain - Molly Brannigan
8) Michael J.Grogan - Hornpipes: Off To California - Dunphy's
9) Michael Grogan & John Howard - Reels: Drunken Tailor - Teetotaler
10) George Halpin & M.Stanford - Reel: The Maid of Ballinatra
11) Flanagan Brothers - Jigs: Frieze Breetches - The Cook in the Kitchen - Lannigan's Ball
12) J.Flanagan - Reels: Scotch Mary Medley
13) McConnell's Four Leaf Shamrocks - Polkas: Babes In the Wood - Moore's Favourite
14) The Four Provinces Orchestra - Folk Dance: The Pride of Ulster - Maggie Pickens - Cameron's Wife
15) Pat Roche's Harp & Shamrock Orchestra - Hornpipes: Boys of Blue Hill - Stack o' Wheat
16) Erin's Pride Orchestra - Barn Dances: Stack of Oats - Shannon Waves
17) Frank Lee's Tara Ceilidh Band - Jigs: Kitty's Rambles - The Merry Old Woman - The Humours of Ballinafad
18) Siamsa Gaedheal Ceilidhe Band - Reels: The High Road to Galway - The Groves Reel - The Salamanca Reel
19) Ballinakill Traditional Dance Players - Jigs: Carraroe - Lambert's
20) Jerry Moloney & Tommy Whyte - Reel: The Old Bush Reel
21) Moate Ceilidhe Band - Reels: The First House in Connaught - The Green Gate
22) Lough Gill Quartet - Jigs: Mill Pond - Mist On the Meadow
23) Belhavel Trio - Reels: The SAsh Plant - The Merry Harriers - The Hut In the Bog
24) Kincora Ceilidhe Band - Reels: Lasses of Carracastle - Maid of Mt.Kisko - St.Ruth's Bush
FIRST HEARING:
Not your 'Riverdance' style dance and not quite as free as a ceili dance; probably the 'ballroom' style of the times.
This lively first track was originally recorded in 1926 in New York of all places.
Around half the tracks are USA recordings, the rest between Ireland and London.
Sounds like eveyone is having a good time.

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More players noted in the 24 page booklet where possible.

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