The Lark’s Call – Tom Delany

The Lark’s Call is the debut solo album from French-born uilleann piper Tom Delany. Inspired by the travelling style of piping which he encountered in recordings of Johnny Doran, Paddy Keenan and Davy Spillane. Tom’s music was later greatly influenced by the playing of Mickey Dunne, John McSherry and Blackie O’Connell.

Joining Tom on the album are some of Ireland’s finest, Caroline Keane on Concertina,  Alan Murray on Guitar & Bouzouki, Brian O’Loughlin on Flute, Laura Kerr on Fiddle, Conor Lyons on Bodhrán & Camille Phillipe on Mandolin. 

 1) Jigs: Jim O’Connor’s/ My Former Wife/ Kilglass Lake

2) Hornpipe & Reels: The Pleasures of Hope/ Corney is Coming/ The Ravelled Hank of Yarn

3) Reels: John Joe Casey’s/ Gus Jordans’s/ Maudabawn Chapel

4) Jigs: Gan Ainm/ Delaney’s Drummers/ Bryan O’Lynn

5) Reels: The Gooseberry Bush/ Joe Tom’s/ Jenny Tie the Bonnet

6) Air: The Wounded Hussar

7) Set Dance & Reels: The Job of Journeywork/ Dinny O’Brien’s/ The Pigeon on the Gate

8) Jigs; Micho Russell’s Cliffs of Moher/ The Shoemaker’s Fancy/ The Lark on the Strand

9) Single Jig, Highland & Reel: The Highlander’s Kneebuckle/ Dúlamán na Binne Buí/ Sióg Na Bealtaine

10) Slip Jig & Jigs: Aoibhneas Éillis Ní Cheallaigh/ Nóra Chríonna/ Moss Martin’s

11) Air: Valencia Harbour

12) Jig & Reels: The Eavesdropper/ The Morning Star/ My Love is in America

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€18.00

 

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