Comas

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Comas: international top band

i’ve never seen a gig so full of enthousiasm as every single comas gig! if you can see them, you just have to!

comas (http://comas.folk.be/)

philip masure (B) (guitar, cittern, vocals)
sylvain barou (Fr) (flutes & uillean pipes
aidan burke (Ir) (fiddle)
jackie moran (USA) (bodhran & percussion)

guests:
david munnelly (box & piano)
guido piccard (cittern)
daithi rua (guitar & vocals)
cedric waterschoot (bass)

excerpts:
video from gig in london:
http://comas.folk.be/Comas_London.wmv
live at ‘t ey (BE) may 2004
http://comas.folk.be/salvia.mp3 and
http://comas.folk.be/iris.mp3
Premix of Studio-recording new Comas album
http://comas.folk.be/comas1.mp3

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Comas

I see in the "Recordings" section that Comas has a CD out. Does anyone know where I could get it? (Not much info on their site.)

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at their concerts?
mm

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The first tune in track 1 (called "Tom Ginley’s" and attributed to trad. on the album) is only a not or two different from "The Starry Lane to Monaghan" by Ed Reavey.

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The tune listed as Karen Tweed’s (in the set following James Kelly’s - Brendan McGlinchey’s) was actually made by N Holmes flute player and maker from Co Durham UK. The original doesn’t do that chromatic run in the B part - apart from once, far better for it too but a good rendition otherwise. If Comas had checked the Karen Tweed album they had taken it; Karen attributes it correctly.

See this link for the original setting; https://youtu.be/EYFHvUILS0E


BT