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Play the Melodies of Ireland

The Gaelforce Orchestra

Irish
Lismor Recordings

Released: 1996
Catalogue Number: LCOM3001
Barcode: 5014818300127
Running Time: 54 mins.

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1Galway Bay4:52. £0.79
2The Fields of Athenry5:22. £0.79
3The Town I Loved So Well3:20. £0.79
4The Rose of Mooncoin3:28. £0.79
5I'll Take You Home Again Kathleen4:17. £0.79
6Slievenamon3:57. £0.79
7The Mountains of Mourne4:05. £0.79
8Molly Malone4:22. £0.79
9Gentle Annie4:02. £0.79
10Carrickfergus4:56. £0.79
11She Moved Through the Fair4:10. £0.79
12Mary From Dungloe3:57. £0.79
13The Rare Oul' Times4:03. £0.79
14Spancil Hill4:05. £0.79

High Quality AudioThe tracks on this album are available as both standard 192k mp3 files, high quality 320k mp3 files and CD quality FLAC files. The price is the same for all formats. You can choose your format after you pay and are ready to download.
When we had our wee record shop we sold a lot of Phil Coulter albums and 'stole' the idea for doing Scottish tunes (though ours had more 'force' with guitar & drums) but the Gaelforce Orchestra of easy listening piano and orchestra soon had a very strong fan following. So we eventually got a bit cheeky and did a couple of Irish albums too. Great great melodies beautifully played (with a wee edge) and real orchestra.

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