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Maire Ni Choilm

Irish
Clo-lar-chonnacht

Released:
Catalogue Number: CICD184
Barcode: 539015301739
Running Time: 58 mins.

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An album completely in Irish Gaelic, including the booklet notes.
Really well sung with some tracks accompanied and others in the oral tradition but it would have been nice to participate more if a few translations were included.
But for Gaelic fans this one is well worth a listen.

1) Ta me i mo shui
2) Beiti Saili Dan
3) Ar a ghabhail go Baile Atha Cliath domh
4) An tseanbhean bhocht
5) Ag an phobal De Domhnaigh
6) Nansai Bhan Nic Giobarlai
7) Nighean an Bhaolgheallaigh
8) Damhsa scioboil
9) An chead Mhairt d'fhomhar
10) Amhran na scadan
11) Is fada o' bhaile
12) Liontar duinn an cruiscin
13) Tiocfaidh an samhradh
14) An ghiobog
15) Is deas an buachaill fointeach me
An album completely in Irish Gaelic, including the booklet notes.
Really well sung with some tracks accompanied and others in the oral tradition but it would have been nice to participate more if a few translations were included.
But for Gaelic fans this one is well worth a listen.

Lineup

Maire Ni Choilm - Vocals
with
Ciaran O'Maonaigh
Gerry O'Colm
Breanndan O'Beaglaoich
Doimnic Mac Giolla Bhride
Conor Byrne
Eoghan Mac Giolla Bhride

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