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Chieftains  3

The Chieftains Chieftains 3

"Splendid." A mighty collection of music continuing the refreshingly innovative approach of The Chieftains. The arrangements are delightful, but they never intrude on the individual musician's prerogative to use his instrument freely and fully.

  • £13.70
Chieftains  4

The Chieftains Chieftains 4

"A mighty collection." Derek Bell's harp joins in for the first time. The outstanding tracks here include Seán Keane's solo interpretation of The Bucks Of Oranmore, Moloney's outstanding arrangement of The Battle Of Aughrim and The Morning Dew, one of their best known pieces.

  • £13.70
Chieftains  7

The Chieftains Chieftains 7

The band play their favourites. On this album, different members of the band contribute their own arrangements of favourite pieces. You'll find music from the distant past right beside the reels and jigs of contemporary Ireland.

  • £13.70
Chieftains  8

The Chieftains Chieftains 8

"Great musicians." The Chieftains propel us into a session of dance music, airs and descriptive pieces. The moods evoked vary between the joyous excitement of the reels and the emotional melancholy of the slow air. Good music played by great musicians.

  • £13.70
Chieftains  9

The Chieftains Chieftains 9

Matt Molloy makes his debut. As varied a selection of music as they've recorded, this is the first album on which the great Matt Molloy joins The Chieftains, and it includes two songs from Kevin Conneff.

  • £13.70
Chieftains 10

The Chieftains Chieftains 10

"Magic!" The Chieftains sound, which has taken the world by storm, remains absolutely fresh. Horizons are expanding with a French carol, some Manx pieces, a dance tune from America - and naturally there's plenty Of Irish music.

  • £13.70
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The Chieftains Chieftains 1

1964 - still fresh and lively. In more than twenty-five years playing, The Chieftains have brought Irish music to the farthest parts of the world. Their first album, the catalyst that inspired a complete new generation of traditional musicians.

  • £13.70
Raining Bicycles

Skylark Raining Bicycles

Another great session of songs. Another great session of songs and tunes from Len Graham, Gerry O'Connor, Máirtín O'Connor and Garry O'Briain.

  • £13.70

The Chieftains Live

Uninhibited band & solos. Earlier records portrayed The Chieftains in their more serious studio guise, but the live atmosphere of the concert hall allows them to be completely uninhibited. Along with their exciting group playing, each Chieftain shows his individual virtuosity.

  • £13.70
The Ballad Of The Irish Horse

The Chieftains The Ballad Of The Irish Horse

Music from TV programme. When National Geographic made a television special on the Irish horse, The Chieftains were asked to provide the music. Composed and arranged by Paddy Moloney, it captures the excitement of the hunt, the chaos of the fair, and much more.

  • £13.70
The Duggans Trad

The Duggans Trad The Duggans Trad

Well-established Galway family. The six young Duggans display extraordinary skill on flutes, whistles, fiddles, pipes, banjo, mandolin, accordions and other instruments, playing a range of jigs, reels, laments, airs and marches.

  • £13.70
The Russell Family

The Russell Family The Russell Family

Songs and music from Clare. The Russell Family of Doolin will be remembered as one of Ireland's most influential traditional music families. Distinctive and accomplished styles on flute, concertina, whistle and Micho's unique singing style mark them out as very special.

  • £13.70
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Toss The Feathers Next Round

"Powerful & passionate." A blend of traditional music with contemporary forms, making Irish music for the present generation.

  • £13.70
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Toss The Feathers Rude Awakening

Rock meets Irish folk. Taking Irish music to the extreme. "This quintet from Manchester connects pieces for fiddle and tin whistle with new age rock sounds." Musikexpress.

  • £13.70

Lunasa Otherworld

This Irish acoustic group has built a strong reputation as one of Ireland's hottest traditional bands. Known for their breathtaking arrangements, the band features Trevor Hutchinson (bass), Donogh Hennessy (guitar), Sean Smyth (fiddle) and Kevin Crawford

  • £13.70
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Midnight Court Ear To The Ground

One of Germany's hottest Celtic bands, a trio with their feet in both the traditional and contemporary idioms. A wide range of instruments with strong fiddle and accordion playing give a great basis to work from.

  • £13.70
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Midnight Court Ring The Bell....Run Like Hell

Vocals, fiddle, button box, mandolin, bouzouki and bodhran from some fine exponents create a really classy sound. Traditional and new material is all performed with the same expertise.The words, and music in staff notation, are in the CD booklet!

  • £13.70

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