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SOUND RECORD

Title Across the waters [sound recording] : Irish traditional music from England.

Published Wyastone Leys, Monmouth ; Charlottesville, VA : Nimbus Records, p1994.

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Location Call No. Status
 UniM Southbank CD M  1825  SEVEN DAY LOAN  AVAILABLE
Physical description 1 sound disc (71 min., 46 sec.) : digital, stereo. ; 4 3/4 in.
Notes Chiefly traditional Irish reels and jigs, but as performed by first- and second-generation Irish whose families emigrated to England in the latter half of the 20th century.
Credits Recorded by Robin Broadbank.
Notes Compact disc.
Notes on the Irish experience in England from the 1950s, the venues of Irish music in London and environs, and biographical notes on the performers inserted in container.
Contents Untitled. Untitled. Hand me down the tackle (reels) -- Brendan Ring's. Paddy O'Brien's (reels) -- The wounded hussar (slow air). Charlie Lennon's (reel) -- The reel of Rio. Untitled. Master Crowley's (reels) -- Tom McElvogue's (jig). New Irish barndance. Untitled (reel) -- Bunker Hill. The Spike Island lasses (reels) -- Dan Breen's. Miss McLeod's (reels) -- Untitled. Organdie -- The heathery breeze. Finbar Dwyer's (reels) -- Willie Coleman's. The Connachtman's rambles (jigs) -- The pigeon on the gate. Tommy Peoples' reel (reels) -- John J. Kimmell's favourite (clog). My love is in America. The diamond ring (reels) -- The harvest home (hornpipe). The foxhunter's (reel) -- Colonel Frazer. Madame Bonaparte (reels) -- The Salamanca reel. The crooked road (reels) -- St. Michael's Mount. Untitled -- Untitled. The eavesdropper. Untitled (jigs) -- Waking up in wonderful Wark. Untitled (jigs) -- Untitled (slow air) -- Lad O'Beirne's. The silver spear (reels)
Performers Andy Cutting, button accordion; Luke Daniels, button accordion; Brendan Ring, pipes; Karen Tweed, piano accordion; John Carty, banjo; Billy Clifford, Paul Gallagher, Niall Keegan, Tom McElvogue, Siobhan O'Donnell, flutes; Julia Clifford, Lamond Gillespie, Brendan McGlinchey, Brendan Mulkere, Brian Rooney, fiddles.
Notes Recorded live at the Triskell Gallery, and at the Aula Maxima, U.C.C., 25th & 26th Feb. 1994, during the 1994 Cork University Traditional Music Festival.
Other author Broadbank, Robin.
University College, Cork.
Cork University Traditional Music Festival (1994 : Cork, Ireland)
Subject Irish -- England -- Music.
Folk music -- England.
Folk music -- Ireland.
Variant Title Irish traditional music from England
Publisher Number NI 5415 Nimbus Records