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Kilbride

Kilbride

Welsh
Fflach

Released: 1997
Catalogue Number: CD200H
Barcode: 618914020023
Running Time: 49 mins.

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Traditional fiddle music from the Cardiff trio.
"A force to be reckoned with" (BBC Radio Wales)
"It is their freshness of approach, combined with their youthful 'joi de vivre' which marks the Kilbrides out as major contenders" (John O'Regan)


1) Dic y Cymro. Cambro Brython. Yr Esgob
2) Maggie O'Ham. Da Foula Shaalds
3) Black Rogue. Geese in the Bog. Trip to the Cottage
4) Tribanna Gwent
5) Flowing Tide
6) Slaine. Jig7_8. Swedish Jig
7) Gorymdaith Gwŷr Dyfnaint. Dawns Forys
8) 29 Pentwyn Terrace. Jo Bonar's. Gerard's
9) Frankie. Market Town. Anhysbys
10) Mrs Jamieson's favourite. The Bonnie Charlie. Ossian
11) Moynighans Twig. Humours of Westport
12) Aberdâr
13) Tom Edwards. Angharad Siân. Y Derwydd
14) Doodeys. Orange. Jacky Daly's
Traditional fiddle music from the Cardiff trio.
"A force to be reckoned with" (BBC Radio Wales)
"It is their freshness of approach, combined with their youthful 'joi de vivre' which marks the Kilbrides out as major contenders" (John O'Regan)

Lineup

Bernard KilBride - Fiddle
Gerard KilBride - Fiddle & Viola
Daniel KilBride - Guitar & Bass

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