ComhaltasLive #383 (Full Programme)

ComhaltasLive Programme #383.

Includes music and song from Sliabh Luachra.

Time Segment
00:00 Recorded in Rockchapel, Co. Cork fiddle player Darragh Curtin plays a selection of three jigs, which he learned from the playing of Téada, Paddy Cronin and Frankie Gavin respectively. With his sister Suzanne, Darragh won the All-Ireland Under-15 Duets in 2011 in Cavan.
03:41 A tin whistle solo by Bernadette O’Shea, a native of Ballydesmond, now living in Lixnaw, Co. Kerry. Bernadette plays “Julia Clifford’s Polkas”, which she learned from Jeremiah O’Connor from Scartaglin.
05:39 All-Ireland melodeon champion 2008 David Keating from Rockchapel plays a selection of jigs.
08:08 Fiddle player Darragh Curtin from Templeglantine Comhaltas plays a slow air: “Gol na mBan”. Recorded in Rockchapel on 2nd July 2012.
10:22 Marie Forrest from Newmarket, Co. Cork plays a selection of polkas from her native area on piano accordion.
12:57 Playing in his native Sliabh Luachra style on the melodeon, Timmy O’Connor from Toureendarby, Newmarket, Co. Cork plays two jigs: “The Miller of Glanmire” (also called “Kiss When You Can”) and “The Connachtman’s Rambles”.
15:15 Tin whistle player Bernadette O’Shea sings a humorous song called “The Boys of the Cross”, which she learned from famous fiddle player Johnny Cronin, who used to sing it. Bernadette is a native of Ballydesmond, Co. Cork, now living in Lixnaw, Co. Kerry.

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14 July 2012
Created By
Willie Fogarty
Performers/Subjects Instruments
Darragh Curtin Fiddle
Bernadette O'Shea Tin Whistle/Song
David Keating Melodeon
Marie Forrest Piano Accordion
Timmy O'Connor Melodeon

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