Seven Years Of Listening

By Mick O’Brien And Caoimhín Ó Raghallaigh

  1. Gabriel McKeagney’s Opening Remarks
  2. Mike Carney’s
    Hinchey’s Delight
  3. Seán O’Dwyer Of The Glen
  4. The Swallow’s Tail
    The Five Mile Chase
    The Old Bush
  5. The Wandering Minstrel
    The Chorus
  6. The Hairy
    Hickey’s
    The Humours Of Lisheen
    Lark’s March
  7. Rolling In The Ryegrass
  8. The Sporting Pitchfork
    The Rambling Pitchfork
  9. The Trip We Took Over The Mountain
  10. Mickey Callaghan’s
    Winnie Hayes’s
  11. Rathawaun
    The Hare In The Corn
  12. Na Ceannabhain Bhana
    Mairseal Alisdruim
    Munster Buttermilk
  13. John Kelly’s Concertina
    Tom Keane’s
  14. Slieve Russell
    Paidín Ó Rafairtaigh
    Stasia Donnelly’s
  15. An Manglam
    Fairy
    I Have No Money
  16. Mary Brennan’s Favourite
    Fowler On The Moor
  17. Sport
    Rolling Wave
  18. Lady On The Island
    Seanbhean Na GCartai
  19. Mick Introduces Benedict Koehler
  20. The Butcher’s March
    When The Cock Crows It Is Day
    Sixpenny Money
  21. The Old Bush
    Collier’s
  22. The Silver Spear
    Dublin
    The Bucks Of Oranmore
    Rakish Paddy

Five comments

A Favorite Recording

This recording of a tionol concert is wonderful. Mick and Caoimhin’s playing is rich and beautiful. While many tracks are similar to their recording Kitty Lie Over, this double disc includes a wider range of repertoire, a few opening tracks by Patrick D’Arcy and Kynch O’Kaine, and a few cameos by Benedict Koehler. Highly recommended for the piper close to your heart.

absolutely gorgeous music.

A pleasure ~ including gentleman Pat who has been a pleasure to do business with, including trying to find a quality practice set for a promising young piper in our area. I’m still looking and hoping… Thanks to generous souls on this site I have managed to get some impossible to find recordings into his hands to further inspire and cultivate his appreciation and passion…

7 years of listening

….where is this available? - I’ve trawled the net without any luck