Fiddle Sticks, Irish Traditional Music From Donegal

By Various Artists

  1. The Boys Of Malin
    The Gravel Walks
  2. Stirling Castle
    Miss Ramsey
  3. Farrell O’Gara
    Ciaran O’Reilly
  4. Don’t Touch That Green Linnet
    Jocelyn’s Tree
  5. Gusty’s Frolicks
  6. The Glen Road To Carrick
  7. King Of The Pipers
    Frainc A’Phoill
  8. The Jug Of Punch
    John Stewart
  9. The Pinch Of Snuff
    The Wild Irishman
  10. The Lord Of Mayo
  11. The Mullingar Races
    The Pigeon On The Gate
  12. The Turnpike
    The Shetland Fiddler
    The Boys Of Malin
  13. Two Mazurkas
    Tommy Peoples’
  14. The Silver Spire
    The Boys Of Ballisadare
  15. Tripping Up The Stairs
    The Gravel Walks
  16. The Wedding
  17. The Fantastic
    Miss Ramsey
  18. The Jig Of Slurs
    The Irish Washerwoman
    The Atholl Highlanders
  19. The Wise Maid
    Miss McLeod’s
    The Boys Of Malin

Eight comments

This is one of my favorite CDs! I absolutely love every track. I like the fact that all the background noise is there. Live recordings are great!

Features the playing of:
Ciaran Tourish, Dermot McLaughlin, Seamus, Kevin Glackin, Tommy Peoples, Seamus Gibson, Proinsias O Maonaigh, Mairead Ni Maonaigh, Paula Doohan, Liz Doherty.

N.B. Last two tracks also feature: Tom, Colin, John Robert & Andrew Deyell, Davy Tulloch, Daniel Lapp, Alan Clark (Bass) & Dave Jackson (Guitar).

CD #1 of 4: “Fiddlesticks: Irish Traditional Music from Donegal”

Nimbus Records NI 5320 ~ the individual recording

The 4 CD Set, Nimbus Records NI 1752:
"From a Distant Shore:
Irish Tranditional Music from Donegal, England, America & Cape Breton Island"
Recorded live at the Cork University Traditional Music Festivals

1.) this recording…

2.) “Across the Waters: Irish Traditional Music from England” (NI 5415, 1994)

3.) “Dear Old Erin’s Isle: Irish Traditional Music from America” (NI 5350, 1992)

4.) “Traditional Music from Cape Breton Island” (NI 5383, 1993)

Who played “The Glen Road to Carrick”?

Who played “The Glen Road to Carrick” track #6?

Seamus Glackin