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VA - The Celts Rise Again (1998)

25-06-2016, 20:13
Celtic | New Age | FLAC / APE

Title: The Celts Rise Again
Year Of Release: 1998
Label: Celtophile
Genre: New Age, Celtic, Folk
Quality: FLAC (image+.cue) / MP3 320 Kbps
Total Time: 62:41
Total Size: 411 Mb / 157 Mb


1. The Chorus Reel/Ashmolean House - Jerry O'Sullivan
2. Humours of the King of Ballyhooley - Andy Irvine, Patrick Street
3. Donald MacLean's Farewell to Oban/Dunrobin Castle/The Wise Maid/Iain's - The Tannahill Weavers
4. Clarke's Favorite/Pigeon on the Gate - Liz Carroll
5. Iain Ghlinn' Cuaich - Capercaillie
6. Trip to Skye/Darach De Brun's - John Whelan, Eileen Ivers
7. Take Her in Your Arms - Manus Lunny, Andy M. Stewart
8. Music for a Found Harmonium - Patrick Street
9. Brian Boru's March/Sporting Paddy/The Traveler - Michael Cooney, Terry Corcoran, Joe Burke
10. The Boys of the Town/Jackson's Jig/The Connaughtman's Rambles - Matt Malloy
11. Siuil a Run - kylark, Len Graham
12. Jesuitmont - Jamie McKenny, Kornog
13. Margaret's Waltz - Buttons & Bows
14. Con Cassidy's and Neil Gow's Highlands/Moll and Tiarna/McWweeney's Reel - Altan
15. Keg of Brandy - Robbie O'Connell
16. Dr. Gilbert/Flax in Bloom - Seamus Conolly
17. Elizabeth's Air - Gerald Trimble
18. Reels: The Humors of Tulla/Toss the Feathers/Saint Anne's Reel/Lexy McA - Phil Cunningham, John Cunningham

You could hardly ask for a better introduction to the state of the art in Celtic folk music than this excellent compilation. Culling gems from the formidable Green Linnet catalog, it offers songs and tunes both modern and traditional from Ireland, Scotland, and Brittany by artists as eminent as Andy M. Stewart, Matt Molloy, Kornog, the Tannahill Weavers, and Capercaillie. The selections are so well-chosen that highlights are difficult to identify, but the thrilling set of the "Chorus Reel" and " Ashmolean House" that opens the program (on which piper Jerry O'Sullivan is paired up with banjoist Seamus Egan) is one clear high point, as is the even more exciting long reel set by fiddler John Cunningham and accordionist Phil Cunningham that closes it. In between are a sweet and aching rendition of "Siuil a Run" by Skylark; a fun arrangement of the Penguin Cafe Orchestra's "Music for a Found Harmonium" by Patrick Street; and the charming "Take Her in Your Arms," sung by Andy M. Stewart, among other gems. No lover of Celtic music will be satisfied with this album alone, of course, but it would make a great gift for anyone who needs a concise introduction to the variety of traditions that make up this rich musical heritage.

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jojo5   User offline   29 June 2016 10:48

Thanks a lot.

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