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Ballinderry - The Bards & The Caern Trio - Welcome to Ireland (CD)

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  2. Nov 28,  · Well, there are two sets of songs I think about for my Bards, ballads and bawdy inn tunes. For Ballads I think of stuff like The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald and Coward of the County. For Bawdy Inn tunes I think of Irish and Scots tunes (including other Colonies) such as .
  3. Songs of of Ireland is a new exploration of the Irish songs by the Brobdingnagian Bards. On this packed, 19 song CD, you will hear the joy and sorrow of the Irish and Irish Americans in an hour of great music that is perfect for St. Patricks' Day and quickly come to understand why The Bards are considered "masters of the traditional folk".4/5(9).
  4. Bards - Welcome To Ireland music CD album at CD Universe, enjoy top rated service and worldwide shipping. Caern Folk Trio The Bards: Welcome To Ireland album for sale Customer Reviews. No reviews yet. Have you heard this album? Welcome To Ireland CD music Other Ideas. Other Ideas. Maire Breatnach Voyage of Bran CD ().
  5. Druids, Filid and Bards skilfully memorized ancient Ireland’s history and traditions. Shadowy nomads were revered by Irish chieftains but reviled by the Roman Empire. Who were the fabled druid, filid and bards of ancient Ireland and what role did they play in safeguarding Irish lore? The subject often raises more questions than it answers.
  6. The Bards can trace their history back to the day a young Diarmuid O'Leary, who had been singing songs as a folk artist met Pat Ryan from Clare and a musical partnership was born. They started playing together around Dublin bars and folk clubs and were billed simply as Diarmuid and Pat.
  7. The monk Columcille leaped to the art-form’s defence, saying that poetry was an essential part of Irish life, and that Ireland would not be Ireland without it. Everything in daily life was recorded orally by the bards, including genealogy, medical cures, music and history.
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