Various Artistes -Tabhair Mo Ghra Go Conemara (Bring My Love To Connemara)

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(Janauary 2020)

22 Tracks: Mná Bán' Deasa' Bhaile Locha Riach (Seán 'ac Dhonncha) * Bruach Na Carraige Báine (Pádraic Ó Conghaile) * May Morning Dew ( Rita And Sarah Keane) * Bríd Thomáis Mhurchadha (Colm Ó Caoidheáin) * Mary Le More (Tom Pháidín Tom) * Saighdiúirín Singil ( Cáit Bean Uí Chonluain) * Liam Ó Raghallaigh (Seán 'ac Dhonncha) * The Home I Left Behind (Rita And Sarah Keane) * Eochaill (Pádraic Ó Conghaile) * Seoladh Na nGamhna (Sarah Keane) * The Green Linnet (Seán 'ac Dhonncha) * A Neainsín Bhán (Pádraic Ó Conghaile) * Hynes And Bold Dermody (Tom Pháidín Tom) * Coinleach Glas An Fhómhair (Cáit Bean Uí Chonluain) * The Month Of January (Rita And Sarah Keane) * Brídín Bhéasaigh (Tom Pháidín Tom) * The Bogs Of Shanakeever (Seán 'ac Dhonncha) * Tá Na Páipéir á Saighneáil (Pádraic Ó Conghaile) * There Was A Maid In Her Father's Garden (Rita And Sarah Keane) * Máire Ní Eidhin (Tom Pháidín Tom) * Máire Ní Eidhin (Sung in English) (Tom Pháidín Tom) * An Abhainn Mhór (Seán 'ac Dhonncha).

A remarkable collection of previously unreleased recordings made in the early 1970s.

22 songs in both Irish and English performed by six of Co. Galway's finest sean-nós singers.

Connemara is known for its wealth of traditional songs and this CD is a window into the past.

The singers: Seán 'ac Dhonncha, Pádraic Ó Conghaile, Rita & Sarah Keane, Colm Ó Caoidheáin,Tom Pháidín Tom and Cáit Bean Uí Chonluain have now all passed away and so we are fortunate that Terry Yarnell made these recordings in the 1970s.

Terry was originally from East London and in the 1960s he was a member of the Critics study group and the London Singer’s Club, both led by Ewan McColl and Peggy Seeger. It was McColl who instigated Terry’s first field trip to Galway.

This CD is presented in an attractive digipak with a thirty-six page booklet with singers'
biographies and song notes by Éamonn Ó Bróithe and John Howson.

Veteran label 2019.

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