Mary MacNamara Traditional Music From East Clare

Traditional Music From East Clare
  • £13.70

Mary MacNamara from Tulla is one of the great concertina players. Her elegant & subtle playing of the music of her local area is in marked contrast to the rushed playing of many modern musicians. Joined on some tracks by fiddlers P.J. & Martin Hayes.
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