FTX 370 - DARK LOCHNAGAR - Instrumentals from Co Donegal & Co Fermanagh

Some great fiddle, flute and box playing from the West coast of Ireland. John Doherty and Frank Cassidy, two of the greatest. Frank, who provides John with three samples of playing "seconds", has a solo style quite his own and they both demonstrate how much this part of Ireland enjoys playing Scottish tunes. From Belleek in Co Fermanagh we hear the individual players as well as two dances from The Cuchulainn Ceilidhe Band, enjoying a typical crossroads dance during the summer months.

JACKSON'S REEL - THE IRISH WASHERWOMAN - CUFFE STREET - MY LOVE SHE'S BUT A LASSIE YET - THE LORD OF MAYO - THE POLICEMAN'S HOLIDAY - DARK LOCHNAGAR - THE BLUEBELLS OF SCOTLAND - THE WEDDING JIG - FLAX IN BLOOM - THE MOTHER'S CROON - THE HEN'S MARCH - DOWN THE BROOM - GREEN GROW THE RUSHES O - BONNY KATE - THE DONEGAL REEL - A BALLAD TUNE - THE LOUGHSIDE REEL - THE ATLANTIC SOUNDS - THE MERRY BLACKSMITH - A PINCH OF SNUFF - THE LIVERPOOL & DERRY HORNPIPES - THE FLAX IN BLOOM, THE MILESTONE & THE GALWAY RAMBLES - THE HOUSE IN THE GLEN & THE MAID AT GLENMORE - THE BOYS OF THE LOUGH & THE GREEN MOUNTAIN - THE STREAMS IN THE VALLEY - WOODLAND WHISPERS - DOHERTY'S SLIP JIG - FATHER'S TWO HIGHLANDS - THE CLAP DANCE - COMING HOME FROM REILLY'S PARTY - JENNY LIND & THE BONNET TRIMMED WITH BLUE - TWO MORE POLKAS - THE BOYS OF THE FORTY-FIVE - THE SWALLOWS TAIL - PAT HART'S QUADRILLE TUNE - BIDDY'S QUADRILLE TUNE - PADDY IN LONDON - MICK McGEE'S JIG - DROWSIE MAGGIE, TASTE THE GREENS & THE FLOWERS OF EDINBURGH - ROGHA UN FHILE

 

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