Saturday, June 18, 2011

Old stories, old songs: Róisín Dubh by Elsafty, Armstrong, Browne

this really doesn't need anything from me except to advise you to watch and listen, and to let you know the musicians are Ronan Browne on pipes, Róisín Elsafty the singer, and Siobhán Armstrong playing the harp, at the Galway Early Music Festival

more about sean nos and about the EAB trio members to come...

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Cathie Ryan also does a mesmerizing version of Roisin Dubh, which she recorded when she was with Cherish the Ladies
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Anonymous Melanie Haiken said...

Gosh this is gorgeous and I'm so jealous - I went to a wonderful music festival on the Isle of Mull off Oban that I've never forgotten. Until then I'd found bagpipes annoying; now I love them!

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