Píobaire, An, Volume 4, Issue 48, Page 8

Píobaire, An, Volume 4, Issue 48, Page 8
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Na Píobairí Uilleann
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8The Willie Clancy Summer School hasprovided the content for two new compi-lation CDs published during the summer.They are both double CDs, and both contain awide variety of traditional music and song.One set is published by RTÉ and includestracks recorded at the School over manyyears, the earliest being from 1982. The othercontains music recorded at last year’s School,and is published by Oidhreacht an Chláir. Justthe piping tracks have been listed here.Ceol agus Foinn ScoilSamraidh Willie Clancy(RTÉ Raidio na Gaeltachta RTÉ 280CD)A3 Reel: The Old Bush (Sean Talty)A9 Hornpipe: The Job of Journeywork (LeoRickard)A16 Reels: The Boy on the Hilltop / JohnnyGone to the Céilí (Mick O’Brien)B2 Reel: Rakish Paddy (Willie Clancy)B11 Air / Reels: Amhrán na Leabhar /Didtherumdoda / The Mountain Road /The Doon / Callaghan’s (PeterBrowne)B18 Air / Jig: Loch na gCaor / Bímís ag Ól isag Pógadh na mBanRogha Scoil SamhraidhWillie Clancy(Oidhreacht an Chláir OAC-CD0001)A2 Set dances: The Mount Phoebus(Famous) Hunt / An Súisín Bán(Séamus Ó Rócháin & BrídO’Donoghue)A3 Reels: The Virginia Reel / The ConcertReel (Séamus Ó Rócháin & BrídO’Donoghue)The single pipingtrack on thisCD makes it aworthwhile pur-chase – for piping‘completists’ at anyrate! The track con-sists of SeamusMeehan’s renditionof two reels – “The Trip to Durrow” and“Corney is Coming”. Those familiar with Seamus’ crisp style,heavily influenced by the late great AndyConroy, will know what to expect. The CD isentitled Rogha Órdha (CCÉ CL 57) and ispublished by, and available from ComhaltasCeoltóirí Éireann.~ New Publications ~
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