Live recordings from the 1998 Seán Ó Riada Conference.
Track 1 - Jigs - Paudie O‘Connor, accordion, Noeleen O’Connor, fiddle
Track 2 - Polkas - Matt Crannitch, Maire O’Keeffe,and Johnny McCarthy, fiddles
Track 3 - Song - Danny Maidhcí Ó Súilleabháin
Track 4 - Polkas - Jackie Daly, accordion, Máire O’Keefe, fiddle
Track 5 - Song - Eilís Ní Shúilleabháin
Track 6 - Polkas - Johnny O’Leary and Con Ó Drisceoil, accordions
Track 7 - Song - Eoiní and Danny Maidhcí Ó Súilleabháin
Track 8 - Slow Air - Matt Crannitch, fiddle
Track 9 - Barndances - The Four Star Trio (Johnny McCarthy, fiddle, Con “Fada” Ó Drisceoil, accordion, Pat
“Herring” Ahern, irish side guitar)
Track 10 - Song - Cormac Ó hAodha
Track 11 - Polkas - Connie O’Connell and Denis McMahon, fiddles
Track 12 - Air/Slides - Jackie Daly, accordion, Máire O’Keefe, fiddle
Track 13 - Song - (Do Thugas Grá Cléibh Duit) Eoiní Ó Súilleabháin
Track 14 - Polkas - Dónal O‘Connor,fiddle, Maurice O’Keefe, fiddle, Johnny O’Leary, accordion
Track 15 - Song - Eilís Ni Shúilleabháin
Track 16 - Slides - Paudie O‘Connor, accordion, Noeleen O’Connor, fiddle
Track 17 - Reels - Noeleen O’Connor, Johnny McCarthy, Matt Crannitch, fiddles, Con Ó Drisceoil,
Paudie O’Connor, accordions, Hammy Hamilton, flute
Track 18 - Peadar Ó Riada & Cór Chúil Aodha
2nd polka is more commonly known as “The Cuban”, which hasn’t been posted yet. Billy Clifford recorded it under that title, I’m pretty sure.
The 3rd polka is connecting to the reel of the same name - it should be this :
Toormore / Tournmore etc…Track 6
Track 6 is these 2 polkas :
Toormore / Tournmore etc…also Track 14
Track 14 is the same 2 polkas , guess they didn’t like the way the first guys played them 🙂
Track 16 is linking to a polka, but it’s a slide.
Track 17 - “Tom Billy’s” is linking to a jig, but as I suspected, it’s the reel I know as “The Humours Of Scartaglen” - here :
By the way, thanks to “Genny” for making me aware of this recording. There’s some great Sliabh Luachra dance music on it, but I have to say, I wasn’t too taken with the singing on this occasion.
Thanks Kenny, you’ve done a fair amount of work there.