Sunday, May 03, 2009

by arbor

Bonnie Shaljean - Farewell To Lough Neaghe:
Traditional Harp Music of Britain and Ireland (1988)






















01 - [2:42]
Pibddawns Y Tant
Pibddawns Yr Ysgubau
Pibddawns Y Blodau

02 - [3:52]
Roslin Castle
The Lea-Rig

03 - [4:37]
Captain O'Neil
Colonel O'Hara
Sir Festus Burke

04 - [3:25]
Bryd One Brere
Foweles in the Frith
Edi Beo Thu Hevene Quene
Sumer Is Icumen In

05 - [2:17]
The Late Hour
The Clocks-Back Reel

06 - Meillionen [3:37]

07 - Maille Bheag O [4:22]

08 - [3:36]
The Kilburn Jig
Diarmuid's Well
The Wild Irishman

09 - [5:08]
Childgroove
Daphne
'Twas Within a Furlong of Edinburgh Town
The Oak & The Ash

10 - Farewell to Lough Neaghe [2:51]

11 - [3:47]
Pant Corlan Yr Wyn
Pibddawns Jones
Pwt Ar Y Bys

12 - [5:06]
Her Mantle So Green
In Aonar Seal

13 - [4:01]
Port 4th
Air by Fingal No. 1
Air by Fingal No. 3
Port 5th

14 - When She Cam Ben, She Bobbit [3:22]

15 - [4:06]
Planxty Drew
Mary O'Neil
Edmond MacDermott Roe
The Maids of Derry

16 - [3:50]
Caismeachd Mhic Iain 'Ic Sheumais
Marbhna Cathaoir Mhic Cába

17 - [3:47]
An Páistin Fionn
Sean O'Duibhir an Ghleanna

18 - [3:08]
Port Priest
Port Atholl

19 - [2:07]
I Was Not...Since Martinmas
An Muileann Dubh
The Highlandman Kissed His

20 - [3:20]
Cumha Mhic Guidhir
Táim I Mo Chodhladh Is Ná Duisigh Mé

21 - [1:56]
Maggy Lauther
Boni Jean Makis Meikill of Me


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4 Comments:

Blogger Eliseo Mauas Pinto said...

Hi to all....
This is an incredible album...she has two albums devoted to traditional solo harp playing, the other one is " The Celtic Harp - Traditional Airs and Dances from Ireland, Scotland and Wales" Bonnie, was born in 1949 in Stockton, California USA and began piano at age 4. She is an accomplished musician (piano, all forms of harps, voice, composition) and lives in Cork, Ireland where she teaches and performs. She also has an album released in 1977 with Packie Byrne called "The Half Door".
Packie Manus Byrne is a traditional singer and musician from Donegal. He was born in 1917 into a small crofting community in Corkermore, near the port of Killybegs. Packie is not only a goldmine of traditional song, music and folklore, but also a very affable man and a superb storyteller.
Thanks Arbor for spreading such a jewell
www.branawen.blogspot.com

09 May, 2009 04:52  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi. The link is to a .txt file and the file size on the rapidshare site says file is 0kb. Something ain't right. Maybe needs repost.

THANKS FOR A WONDERFUL BLOG !

16 May, 2009 13:27  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Links to a 0kb .txt file. Maybe needs a repost? (Thanks, love this blog).

16 May, 2009 13:29  
Blogger Lizardson said...

plz d/l txt file and read it.

16 May, 2009 14:34  

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