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Séamus Ennis - Féidhlim Tonn Rí's Castle Or The King Of Ireland's Son mp3

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Interprète: Séamus Ennis
Titre: Féidhlim Tonn Rí's Castle Or The King Of Ireland's Son
Pays: Ireland
Publié sur: 1977
Style: Celtic, Spoken Word, Story
Catégorie: Folk
Classement: 4.4
Catalogue #: CC 19
Label: Claddagh Records

Tracklist

1Féidhlim Tonn Rí's Castle Told In Words And Music By Séamus Ennis
2Féidhlim Tonn Rí's Castle Told In Words And Music By Séamus Ennis


Crédits

  • Art Direction, Edited ByGarech A Brún
  • Bagpipes [Uilleann Pipes], Tin Whistle, Voice ActorSéamus Ennis
  • CoverGertrude Degenhardt
  • Liner NotesSeamus Heaney, Seán Ó Súillebháin
  • ProducerPaddy Moloney
  • Typography [Design]Peter Wildbur Associates


Notes

There are 12 musical interludes during the story, all more or less relevant to the context in which they are played:
1. Cold Potatoes, 2. The Rocky Road To Dublin, 3. Cold Potatoes, 4. The Eagle's Whistle, 5. The Rambling Pitchfork, 6. The Stone In The Field, 7. The Fisherman's Hornpipe, 8. The Walls Of Liscarroll, 9. The Boys From The Loigh, 10. Banish Misfortune, 11. Easter Snow, 12. The Dublin Reel.


Entreprises

  • Printed By – West Brothers Printers Limited


Album

Féidhlim Tonn Rí's Castle Told In Words And Music By Séamus Ennis. Компании и т. Printed By West Brothers Printers Limited. Над релизом работали. Bagpipes , Tin Whistle, Voice Actor Séamus Ennis . Cover Gertrude Degenhardt. There are 12 musical interludes during the story, all more or less relevant to the context in which they are played: 1. Cold Potatoes, 2. The Rocky Road To Dublin, 3. Cold Potatoes, 4. The Eagle's Whistle, 5. The Rambling Pitchfork, 6. The Stone In The Field, 7. The Fisherman's Hornpipe, 8. The Walls Of Liscarroll, 9. The Boys From The. By Seamus Ennis. Cold Potatoes. Ennis manages to compress into two sides of an LP a tale that might have taken several consecutive nights to tell in a country cottage. If you arent a member of The Session yet, you can sign up now. Membership is free, and it only takes a moment to sign up. Meeting up with Alan Lomax again, Séamus was largely responsible for the album Folk and Primitive Music volume on Ireland on the Columbia label. Full time musician. In 1958, after his contract with the BBC was not renewed, he started doing freelance work, first in England then back in Ireland, with the new TV station Teilifis Éireann. Feidhlim Tonn Rí's Castle 1977. The Wandering Minstrel 1977. The Return from Fingal 1997. The King of Ireland's Son is a children's novel published in Ireland in 1916 written by Padraic Colum, and illustrated by Willy Pogany. It is the story of the eldest of the King of Ireland's sons, and his adventures winning and then finding Fedelma, the Enchanter's Daughter, who after being won is kidnapped from him by the King of the Land of Mist. It is solidly based in Irish folklore, itself being originally a folktale. Seamus Ennis. Feidlim Tonn Ri's Castle. Your Rating. On Feidlim Tonn Ri's Castle, or the King of Ireland's Son, he tells a long Gaelic heroic folktale in English, with music on his pipes and whistle. It's literally wonderful. SÉAMUS ENNIS Féidhlim Tonn Rí's Castle 1977 Irish 12-track LP, produced by Paddy Moloney, featuring the story of The King Of Ireland's Son as told by Séamus, with music played on Uillean Pipes & Tin Whistle, front éamus Ennis. Album title: Féidhlim Tonn Rí's Castle Or The King Of Ireland's Son. Country: Ireland. Companies, etc. Seamus Ennis voc, 1958-1982 IE tin whistle, voice actor, bagpipes, uilleann pipes, album by. Peter Wildbur Associates typography, design. External Links. ArtistInfo App. Discover new music via the network among artists. Album 1976 20 Songs. Feidlim Tonn Ri's Castle Story Continued - the Album Feidlim Tonn Ri's Castle. June 30, 2013. Exclusive Prime pricing. to buy. Title by Artist. Feidlim Tonn Ri's Castle Story Finish. Listen Now