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Comhaltas is a dedicated to promoting Irish music and culture around the world. Through our daily video clips, audio tracks and photographs, we'd like to share the richness of our Irish cultural traditions with you.
||ComhaltasLive #434-3: Séamus Tierney||Recorded in Boylan’s Pub, Kilnaleck, Co. Cavan on 7th of March 2014, tin whistle player Séamus Tierney with a selection of jigs - “The Maid at the Spinning Wheel” and “Leslie’s March”. Download Audio||18 4 14||Free||View In iTunes|
||ComhaltasLive #434-2: A Selection of Reels||Recorded in Mary Immaculate College in Limerick on 8th April 2014, left-to-right: Billy O’Gorman, Boherbue, Co. Cork (banjo and bodhrán), Cian O’Sullivan, Tournafulla, Co. Limerick (concertina), Rebecca McCarthy Kent, Tramore, Co. Waterford (fiddle)||17 4 14||Free||View In iTunes|
||ComhaltasLive #434-1: Deirdre Kiely, Conor Moriarty & Daragh Horan||A selection of reels - “Bobby Casey’s” and Maeve’s Reel” featuring dancer and dance teacher with Comeraghs Comhaltas Branch in Waterford Deirdre Kiely. Music is by Conor Moriarty on accordion and Daragh Horan on guitar. Download Audio||17 4 14||Free||View In iTunes|
||ComhaltasLive #433 (Full Programme)||ComhaltasLive Programme #433. Download Audio||13 4 14||Free||View In iTunes|
||ComhaltasLive #433-8: Four in a Boat||Nine-year-old Joseph Mannion on bodhrán leads off the group Four in a Boat in a selection of reels commencing with “Lord McDonald’s” and “Lucy Campbell’s”. Left-to-right: Sarah O’Gorman (fiddle), Clara Mannion (concertina), Conor Morriarty||12 4 14||Free||View In iTunes|
||ComhaltasLive #433-7: Claire Mannion & Darragh Horan||Concertina player with the group Four in a Boat, Claire Mannion plays a selection of jigs ending with “Willie Coleman’s”, when the group played at the Winnie Fennell Trad Fest in Cappoquin, Co. Waterford on 28th March 2014. Guitar accompaniment is||11 4 14||Free||View In iTunes|
||ComhaltasLive #433-6: Ellen, Sarah & Séamus O’Gorman||A selection of hornpipes ending with “The Factory Smoke” played on three fiddles by (left to right) Ellen, Sarah and Séamus O’Gorman from Comeraghs Comhaltas Branch in Waterford. Download Audio||10 4 14||Free||View In iTunes|
||ComhaltasLive #433-2: Scéal Eile||A selection of jigs commencing with “Head Lifter” and “Dingle David” played by four members of Comeraghs Comhaltas Branch in Waterford and their friend Darragh Horan from Limerick. They are (left to right): Darragh Horan (guitar), Claire Fennell||6 4 14||Free||View In iTunes|
||ComhaltasLive #433-1: Sarah O’Gorman||Fiddle player Sarah O’Gorman from Comeraghs Comhaltas Branch in Waterford plays a selection of reels: “Jenny’s Welcome to Charlie” and “Paddy Ryan’s Dream”. Sarah is just 15 years old and was recorded on 29th March 2014. Download Audio||5 4 14||Free||View In iTunes|
||ComhaltasLive #432 (Full Programme)||ComhaltasLive Programme #432. Download Audio||1 4 14||Free||View In iTunes|
||ComhaltasLive #432-9: Mairéad & Eimear Bogue||Mairéad (on fiddle) and Eimear Bogue (on banjo) play a selection of reels: “Sheila Coyles” and “The Millhouse”. They are from Ballinagh, Co. Cavan and were recorded in Boylan’s pub, Kilnaleck, Co. Cavan on 7th March 2014. Download Audio||31 3 14||Free||View In iTunes|
||ComhaltasLive #432-8: Aoife Murray||A funny matchmaking song - “The Auld Grey Man” - sung by Cavan singer Aoife Murray from Laragh at a session in Boylan’s Pub, Kilnaleck on 7th March 2014. Download Audio||30 3 14||Free||View In iTunes|