Irish Music

Na hÉireannaigh agus Ceol

Some of these songs sing of the 'terrible beauty' Yeats wrote about. Others sing of love, homesickness, emigration, the music and the craic. All of them are sung in Irish homes, halls and pubs and reflect the spirit, traditions and history of the Irish people. Brúigh an nasc thíos chun an ceol a é isteal.
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Amhrán na bhFiann (Soldiers)
Bí thúsa mo shúile (Slane)
Gile Mear (Brightness)
Cill Chais (Kilcash)
Oiche Chúin (Silent Night)
Grásta Iontach (Amazing)..
Mol Ní Mhaoileoin (Molly)
Sliabh na mBan
Seanslipéirín (Old Slipper)
Ag an gCarraig (At the Rock)

Musicians
Cliffs of Doneen
Wild Rover
Danny Boy
Too ra Loo ra
Mountains of Mourne
Kilgary Mountain
Glocamora
Irish Washerwoman
Wild Colonial Boy
Unicorn
Enduring Young Charms
Home again Kathleen
The Isle of Innisfree
Minstral Boy
Cliffs of Moher
Red is the rose
The Sally Gardens
The Rose of Tralee
Will ye go Lassie?
Patriot Game
Galway Bay
Irish Soldier Boy
Black Velvet Band
Blackthorn Stick
Only Our Rivers run free
Fields of Athenry

piper
Irish Washerwoman
Wild Rover
Danny Boy
Too ra Loo ra
Mountains of Mourne
Kilgary Mountain
Glocamora
Irish Washerwoman
Unicorn
Enduring Young Charms
Home again Kathleen
The Isle of Innisfree
Cliffs of Moher
Red is the rose
The Sally Gardens
The Rose of Tralee
Will ye go Lassie?
Patriot Game
Galway Bay
Eniskillin
Black Velvet Band
Blackthorn Stick
Only Our Rivers run free
Leaving Liverpool

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Background Music: Leaving Liverpool
Barry Taylor's Traditional Tunebook
Frank Lennon's ../midis