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SPOKEN RECORD
Author Flynn, Benedict.

Title Tales of Irish myths [sound recording] / Benedict Flynn.

Published [Franklin, Tenn.] : Naxos, p2000.

Copies

Location Call No. Status
 UniM Giblin Eunson CD  398.2 FLYN  SEVEN DAY LOAN  IN WORKROOM
Physical description 2 sound discs : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
Series Junior classics
Notes Compact discs.
Program notes on container insert.
Contents CD 1. The tale of Cú Chulainn. The birth of Cú Chulainn (8:11) -- Cú Chulainn gets his name (4:56) -- Cú Chulainn takes up arms (3:55) -- The wooing of Emer (5:42) -- Forgall gets desperate (7:29) -- The island of Scáthach (6:06) -- The return of Cú Chulainn (5:38). The children of Lir. The sea god Lir (6:14) -- The wife of Lir is dead (5:00) -- Aoife went into the cold house of Lir (4:35) -- Aoife drives to the shores of Lough Derryvaragh (5:35) -- Lir sees four swans at Lough Derryvaragh (5:32) -- The Sea of Moyle, the Western Sea (2:51) -- The island of Inis Glora (7:33).
CD 2. The tale of Finn Mac Cool. The birth of Finn Mac Cool (5:21) -- Demna grew up straight and tall (3:00) -- Finn leaves his foster mothers (7:29) -- Finnegas and the salmon of knowledge (3:16) -- How Finn won his father's place in the Fianna (10:34) -- Finn and the Fianna (2:03) -- The curse of the quicken trees (11:23) -- On the hilltop (3:27) -- The birth of Oisin (11:04) -- Niamh of the golden hair (4:11) -- The return of Oisin (11:11).
Performers Read by Dermot Kerrigan and Marcella Riordan.
Summary "In the children of Lir, Erin is a land of harsh enchantment and tragedy-- even for a sea god, whose innocent children are so cruelly cursed by their foster mother. In the epic tales of Cú Chulainn, it is a proud realm of valiant heroes and near-impossible quests for love. In the stories of Finn Mac Cool Erin is a kingdom of glory where Finn leads his band of warriors, the Fianna, through their perilous adventures in defence of Erin's shores, to a place in Irish legend forever"--Container.
Other author Kerrigan, Dermot. Narrator.
Riordan, Marcella. Narrator.
Subject Finn MacCumhaill, 3rd cent. -- Juvenile literature.
Folklore -- Ireland -- Juvenile literature.
Cuchulain (Legendary character) -- Juvenile literature.
Audiobooks.
Children's audiobooks.
ISBN 9626342048
Standard Number 9789626342046
Publisher Number NA220412--NA220422 Naxos Audiobooks