Our Musical Heritage Disc 3

By Various Artists

  1. The Maid Behind The Bar
  2. Carrigeen Roe
  3. Martin Wynne’s
    Gooseberry Bush
  4. The Castlebar Races
    Happy To Meet Sorry To Part
  5. Tomeen O’Dea’s
    The Limestone Rock
  6. The Bride’s Favourite
  7. The Steampacket
    The Limestone Rock
  8. Tom Billy’s
    The Battering Ram
  9. Walls Of Liscarroll
    Kitty Gone A’ Milking
    The Morning Star
  10. An Phis Fhliuch
  11. Farmer Michael Hayes
  12. Gander In The Pratie Hole
    The Old Bush
  13. Taproom
    The Liffey Banks
    Cailleach An Airgid
  14. Piano Illustration Of Accordion Style
  15. The Hut In The Bog
  16. Paddy’s Return
    Haste To The Wedding
  17. Five Mile Chase
    Rolling In The Ryegrass
    Heathery Breeze
  18. The Old Brown Slipper
  19. An Long Faoi Lanseol
  20. Mna Na HEireann

Five comments

For a full discussion of these records see the first disc listing at https://thesession.org/recordings/3594
This third record is for the flute, whistle, accordion and concertina. In addition there are 2 tracks from Ceoltóiri Chualann. Again it should be noted that most of these tracks were recorded especially for the radio programme.

These are the players involved in the various tracks:
1: Peter Horan
2: Mick Joe Ryan
3: Seamus Tansey
4: Mick Joe Ryan
5: Michael Tubridy
6: Michael Falsey
7: Peter O’Loughlin
8: John Joe Harnett
9: Paddy Maloney
10: Willie Clancy
11: Willie Clancy
12: J.C. Talty
13: Seán Potts
14: Seán Ó Riada
15: Sonny Brogan
16: Tom Carey
17: Mrs Dalton
18: Tadhg Ó Laocha
19: Ceoltoiri Chualann
20: Seán Ó Se and Ceoltoiri Chualann

Mrs Dalton?

I don’t suppose anyone has more information on her, eh?

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In the accompanying booklet Mrs Dalton is described as coming from Athea in Limerick, but I think this must be the same Mrs Dalton that contributed some tunes to Vol 2 of Ceol Rince na hÉireann where she is said to be from Abbeyfeale

Re: Our Musical Heritage Disc 3

Track 4 starts with The Castlebar Races, not listed on the LP or in the book. But the book refers to a pair of jigs