ComhaltasLive #334-1: A Quartet at the Cooley Collins Festival



The Clare/Galway quartet of Eamon (flute) and Geraldine (piano) Cotter, Maeve Donnelly (fiddle) and Charlie Harris (accordion); play a selection of two jigs each, one known as the pipe on the hob. The first is a three-part, which is in O’Neill’s 1001 and was recorded by Tipperary accordionist Paddy O’Brien and also by piper Leo Rowsome, the second is a two-part and was recorded by Joe Burke and Andy McGann.

This recording was made at the Cooley/Collins Festival Concert in Gort, Co. Galway on the 24th of October 2010.

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Date
4 November 2010
Created By
Willie Fogarty
Source
ComhaltasLive
Performers/Subjects Instruments
Eamon Cotter Flute
Geraldine Cotter Piano
Maeve Donnelly Fiddle
Charlie Harris Accordion

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Programme: ComhaltasLive #334

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Concert, Quartet, Flute, Piano, Fiddle, Accordion, Jig, ComhaltasLive

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