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Kobo Daishi was the founder of the biggest branch of Japanese buddhism. Henji means "reply" and Kongo means "future". So "The founder of Japanese Buddhism's future reply?" or コボ大師返事今後 more…Posted by .
Kobo Daishi Henji Kongo
Composed by renowned Irish guitarist John Murphy after he visited a Japanese Buddhist temple. The title translates I believe to 'Morning Sunrise'. Played slowly with feeling, not a polka. From the CD Flerieu Sessions. more…Posted by .
This is a rather wonderful version: https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=oqwZrVtZva8 more…Posted by .
The Maid Of Mullagh
X:5 from Ed Reavy's book "The Music of Corktown," where it's titled North of Bundoran. more…Posted by .
The Chieftains 10
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- Spootiskerry to their tunebook. added
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- My Cape Breton Home to their tunebook. added