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BGM 17 CD - IRELAND

$19.00
SKU 4550002840594

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MUJI sources music from around the world, and aims to put a spotlight on international musicians that highlight local traditional melodies.

This audio CD features Celtic music songs rooted in Ireland and recorded in Dublin with local musicians.

Track List

  1. Clothiers March - Sile Denvir (vocal)
  2. Lord Inchiquin - Mirella Murray (accordion)
  3. The Lark in the clear air - Mirella Murray (accordion)
  4. Monk's Jig --Donnybrook Fair --Boys of the town - Brendan O'Sullivan (fiddle) / Damian Mullane (accordion) / Matt Griffin (guitar)
  5. Cailín Deas Crúite na m Bó - Brendan O'Sullivan (fiddle) / Matt Griffin (guitar)
  6. Murphys Hornpipe --Moving Cloud - Damian Mullane (accordion) / Matt Griffin (guitar)
  7. The Parting Glass - Eimear Quinn (Vocal) / Gavin Murphy
  8. Down By The Sally Gardens - Brendan O'Sullivan (fiddle) / Matt Griffin (guitar)
  9. Madame Maxwell ~ The Three Sea - Mirella Murray (accordion)
  10. Galar cráite an Grá (Love is a Torm) - Sile Denvir (Harp)
  11. She moved through the fair - Fionnuala Gill (Vacal)
  12. Lucy Campbell's ~ Cooleys ~ Trip to Collinstown - Brendan O'Sullivan (fiddle) / Damian Mullane (accordion) / Matt Griffin (guitar)
  13. The Flowers of Magherally - Eimear Quinn (Vocal) / Robbie Overson (guitar)
  14. Hector the hero - Ronan Browne (whistles)

 

Product Details

Year of Release: 2012

Number of Discs: 1

Material: Acrylic, Polycarbonate

Dimension: 150x130x20mm 

Country/Region of Origin: Japan

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