Song of the Chanter
1976 recording on the ‘OUTLET’ label, Belfast.
See, not all doom & gloom in Belfaaast in the 70’s!
One of my early forays into the world of ITM!
Paul Davis - Concertina, Flutes & Harmonica
Eithne Vallelly - Fiddle
Pat Daly - Harp
BrianVallelly - Pipes, Whistle & Flute
Niall Vallelly - Bodhran (!! - well, we all have to start somewhere 🙂)
This is of course a group from the Armagh Pipers’Club.
Brian’s Pipes were made by ‘McFadden’ of Belfast.
“Armagh Pipers’ Club: Song of the Chanter”
This has also been released with the above title…as well as just as “Armagh Pipers’ Club”, as included in as one of 10 CDs in the set ~
“Celtic Souls: Irish Celtic Ballads & Traditional Music”
~ from the old Outlet catalog, and which I was able to purchase for a fiver (quids worth) from Switzerland… 😎
#10 of 10 CDs for £5 ~ “Celtic Souls: Irish Celtic Ballads & Traditional Music”
#10 of 10 ~ “Celtic Souls: Irish Celtic Ballads & Traditional Music”
10 CDs for a fiver (£5) ~ Support a good thing!!! 😎
Outlet Recordings ~
The previous link no longer exists, here are the other recordings in the set:
1.) “Séamus Tansey: Traditional Irish Music”
~ also issued as “The Best of Séamus Tansey”
2.) Finbarr Dwyer: Pure Traditional Irish Accordion Music
3.) John & James Kelly: Irish Traditional Fiddle Music (& friends)
4.) “Tara Folk: Folksongs of Ireland”
~ not on site as yet, primarily songs
5.) “Best Of Irish Ceili Music”
6.) “Rince: Complete Irish Dancing Set”
~ also issued as “First Steps and Beyond”
~ not on site as yet
7 & 8.) “Festival Of Traditional Irish Music, Volumes 1 & 2”
9.) “Cherish The Ladies: Peg McGrath, Mary Mulholland & Kathleen Smyth”
10.) “Armagh Pipers’ Club: Song of the Chanter”
#6-“RINCE: Complete Irish Dancing Set - First Steps and Beyond”
Discussion: “Celtic Souls” ~ longing for identity…
# Posted on February 8th 2008 by ceolachan
J.B.Vallely: Painter and Musician from Co. Armagh
Discussion: Posted by slainte - September 29th, 2013
Brian Vallely - Hall of Fame - an admirable life!
Geoff Harden looks at the career of Armagh man Brian Vallely