Liam O'Connor & Seán McKeon - Dublin Made Me mp3 album
Liam O’Connor, one of Ireland’s leading fiddle players, was born into a musical family in Dublin. During his youth, Séamus Glackin taught Liam. By age of 15 he had won 5 All Ireland fiddle championships and later added junior and senior Oireachtas fiddle competitions. In 2009, he released a critically acclaimed CD Dublin Made Me with uilleann piper Seán McKeon which was described as Exceptional musicians who marry technical prowess with a marvellous sense of adventure and history (Irish Times). In 2009, he secured first-class honours in a graduate diploma in Irish Folklore in the UCD Delargy Centre for Irish Folklore and Linguistics and the National Folklore Collection.
Dublin Made Me. Release Date.
Seán McKeon, Liam O'Connor and John Blake play a set of reels at The Pepper Canister church in Dublin on the 5th of September. Seán Mckeon via Damien Dempsey. This Friday sees the start of a new series of concerts of Irish music that will be hosted in intimate historical locations around Dublin and further afield. The series will be hosted by musicians for musicians, listeners and those with a curious ear. I look forward to attending these concerts and in particular am looking forward to performing at the inaugural concert this Friday at the The Pepper Canister Church with Liam O'Connor and John Blake. Here's a taster of what we'll be playing.
Sean O'Connor скачать в mp3 на телефон или слушайте песню Sean O'Connor - Cunla, Sean O'Connor - As I Roved Out, Sean O'Connor - The Butterfly, Sean O'Connor - Ride On, Sean O'Connor - Fun Little Jokes и другие популярные треки и рингтоны. Sean O'Connor –Dan Marino of Drunk Driving. Kit O'Connor, Raymond Roland feat. Paddy Taylor, John Joe Doyle, Benny O'Connor –Reel Sean Sa Ceo, Come West Along the Roa. :08. Sean O'Connor –Tuttles/The Pigeon on the Gate. Liam O'Connor –Beauty Deas an Oile in feat Liam O'Connor. Sinead O Connor –08-The Moorlough Shore (Альбом
Background information. While Seán Ó Riada and The Chieftains had reinvigorated Irish traditional instrumental music in an ensemble format during the 1960s, Planxty built on that foundation and took it one step further. They brought a punch and vitality to acoustic music that drew heavily on O'Flynn's piping virtuosity. As O'Flynn grew in his skill as a musician and as he began to meet pipers like Willie Clancy and Seamus Ennis, he became acutely aware of his position in the tradition of piping. His subsequent close friendship with Seamus Ennis (which started as a Master/pupil relationship) taught him.
|1||The Races Of Ballyhouley|
|2||The Leitrim Thrush / John Dwyer’s|
|3||The Pipe On The Hob / An Buachaillin Buí|
|4||Táimse I M’ Chodladh Is Ná Dúistear Mé|
|5||Mrs Galvin’s / Billy Connor’s|
|6||The Maid On The Green / The Humours Of Glin / Paddy Killoran’s|
|7||The Kerry Jig|
|8||The Ladies’ Bonnet / The Pinch Of Snuff|
|9||Murphy’s / The Kilfenora|
|10||The Drunken Gauger / Trim The Velvet / The Sweet Briar|
|11||The Knotted Cord / The Stony Steps|
|12||The Hunt / An Súisín Bán|
|13||The Duke Of Leinste|
|14||Ancient Irish War March|
|15||Paddy Killoran’s / The Merry Harriers|
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