Music from the Hills (Music)
Sun Mar 17th 2013 4.00pm–6.00pm
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Kremena Stancheva, with Vasilka Andonova & chorus “Vila Moma Venetc” from Kremena Stancheva (Balkanton) —The first 3 songs are this show are by the great Kremena Stancheva, who died this week. She was "discovered" by Filip Koutev, and sang with his ensemble for 40 years. She already had a repertoire of hundreds of songs when she was sent, in her teens, toBuy it!
Kremena Stancheva, with Vasilka Andonova “Malo Selo” from Kremena Stancheva (Balkanton) —A field song with held "dissonances" and the vocal "yips" that characterize the styleBuy it!
Kremena Stancheva, with Vasilka Andonova “Igrali Babi Po Mesechina” from Kremena Stancheva (Balkanton)Buy it!
Altan “Dónal Agus Mórag” from The First Ten Years: 1986-1995 (Green Linnet 1995)Buy it!
Altan “Harvest Storm” from The First Ten Years: 1986-1995 (Green Linnet 1995)Buy it!
Boys of the Lough “Her Long Brown Hair Flowed Down Her Back/The Hunter's Purse/The Green Mountain/The Man Of The House/Matt People's Reel” from Midwinter Live (Lough 2007)Buy it!
Bua “Baba Con Raoi / Bó na Leath-Adhairce” from Down the Green Fields (Bua 2011)Buy it!
De Dannan “Jimmy Kimmels Jigs-Haleys Favourite-Kitty Come Over-Mullins Fancy-Opera Reel” from Ballroom (Green Linnet 1987)Buy it!
Boys of the Lough “A Midwinter Waltz/Bridgie Can Mat's/The Lakes Of Sligo/Thadelo's” from Midwinter Live (Lough 2007)Buy it!
Máire Ní Chathasaigh “O Ho Nighean, E Ho Nighean” from The New Strung Harp (Alcazar Records 1985)Buy it!
Bua “The Hag with the Money / East at Glendart” from Down the Green Fields (Bua 2011)Buy it!
Mary Staunton “June Apple, Muddy road, Fiddler” from Bright Early Mornings (Fuschia Music 1998)Buy it!
Clairseach (Ann & Charlie Heymann) “Good Night and Joy Be With You” from Ann's Harp (Clairseach 1981)Buy it!
Gan Bua “Maire Mhor/Dinny Delanys” from Live at Martyrs' (Gan Bua 2006)Buy it!
The Chieftains “The Session” from 8 (Columbia 1978)Buy it!
Máire Ní Chathasaigh “The Gander In The Pratie Hole / The Queen Of Rushes” from The New Strung Harp (Alcazar Records 1985)Buy it!
The McCusker Brothers Ceili Band “The High Caul Cap” from Irish Country Dances (Avoca) —This LP was cut in the early 1960s, and is a good example of how Irish music was played before the folk revival.Buy it!
The Chieftains “The Job of Journeywork” from 8 (Columbia 1978)Buy it!
Roger Landes “Slopes Of Sliabh Luachra/Price Of The Pig/Kitty's Wedding” from Dragon Reels (Dorian 2001)Buy it!
Kate Crossman “The Emigrant's Farewell” from Kitty's Kitchen ((self) www.izvormusic.com 1996) —It is always surprising to see the numbers of emigrant songs there in Europe - they exist in Albanian , Hungarian, Dutch, Irish, French - all in the local style. Because of the nature of our country we have very few such.Buy it!
Mary Staunton “Mother and Child/Big John's/ Hop Down (reels)” from Bright Early Mornings (Fuschia Music 1998)Buy it!
Voice Squad “Sarah Jane” from Holly Wood (Tara 1991)Buy it!
Kate Crossman “Garryduff Cross/Kerry Jig” from Kitty's Kitchen ((self) www.izvormusic.com 1996)Buy it!
Dervish “An Spailpin Fanach” from Decade (Compass www.compassrecords.com 2001)Buy it!
Roger Landes “The Devil And The Farmer's Wife” from Dragon Reels (Dorian 2001)Buy it!
Dervish “Packie Duignan's (jig set)” from Live In Palma (Compass www.compassrecords.com 2001)Buy it!
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