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Pagan Irish - Cath Finntragha

Eoin Duignan

IRISH


Released: 1st May 2014
Catalogue Number: OACCD708
Barcode: 5391502670460
Running Time: 47mins.

CD£13.60 Buy Now In Stock. Dispatched on Monday.

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A musical interpretation of The Battle of Ventry.
Cath Finntrágha, known in English as The Battle of Ventry Strand, is a major tale forming part of An Fhiannaíocht (a cycle of heroic saga originating in Early Medieval Ireland).
The legends follow the exploits of the Fianna, a band of itinerant warriors charged with the protection of Ireland from invasion. Their leader is the great Fionn Mac Cumhail (Finn McCool), a warrior, seer, poet, hunter and lover.
The battle lasted a year and a day. This recording is a musical interpretation of the story using original tunes, two tunes from the Goodman collection and some traditional tunes.

1) Steal Away (Morag's Return)
2) The Grand Flotilla: The Deer's March / Lovely Charlie
3) Pillage & Plunder: Drops of Brandy / O'Farrell's Welcome to Limerick
4) Tuathe De Danann: Jenny Picking Cockles
5) The Three Sisters / The Healing Well
6) Arrival of the Fianna: Lord Mayo / Old John's Jig
7) Dolar Durba, The Young Prince of Leinster
8) Tribute to The Prince of Ulster
9) The Final Battle, The Death of Daire Donn
10) Lament For Daire Donn
11) Last Man Standing.
12) Reflection: Marguerita Waltz
A musical interpretation of The Battle of Ventry.
Cath Finntrágha, known in English as The Battle of Ventry Strand, is a major tale forming part of An Fhiannaíocht (a cycle of heroic saga originating in Early Medieval Ireland).
The legends follow the exploits of the Fianna, a band of itinerant warriors charged with the protection of Ireland from invasion. Their leader is the great Fionn Mac Cumhail (Finn McCool), a warrior, seer, poet, hunter and lover.
The battle lasted a year and a day. This recording is a musical interpretation of the story using original tunes, two tunes from the Goodman collection and some traditional tunes.

Lineup

Eoin Duignan - Uilleann Pipes & Whistles
John Brown - Guitar
Donogh Hennessy - Guitars & Keyboard
Trevor Hutchinson - Bass
Robbie Harris - Percuddion
Jeremy Spencer - Fiddle
Virginia McKee - Clarinet
Steve White - Shaker

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