Néillidh Boyle: A Feeling in the Blood - CD 1 of 3

By Néillidh Boyle

  1. The Pigeon On The Gate
    Jenny Picking Cockels
  2. Haste To The Wedding
    Over The Hills
  3. The Harvest Home
    The Green Mountain
  4. Biddy Of Sligo
    The Connachtman’s Rambles
  5. The Swallows Tail
    The Blackberry Blossom
  6. The Liverpool
    The Cuckoo
  7. Speech - Danny O’Donnell Talks To Robbie Hannan
  8. Tiarna Mhuigh Eo
  9. Cam Na Binne Búidhe
  10. Dúlaman Na Binne Búidhe
  11. The Boys Of The Lough
  12. An Suisun Ban
  13. A Stór Mo Chroi
  14. The Wild Irishman
  15. The Old Mud Cabin
  16. The River Roe
  17. Óró A Stór A Ghrá
  18. Éire Mo Thír
  19. Dark Loch Na Gar
  20. The Moving Clouds
  21. Speech - Annie Boyle Talking About Séamus Ennis
  22. Sráid Na MBúrcach
    Tiarna Muigh Eo
    An Droighnéan Donn
  23. The Girls Of Céideadh
  24. Tiarna Muigh Eo
    Sráid Na Búrcach
    An Droighnéan Donn
  25. Cam Na HAolna
    The Moving Clouds
    The Newcastle
  26. The Girls Of Céideadh
    Sráid Na MBúrcach
    An Droighnéan Donn
  27. Speech - Néillidh Talking About A Feeling In The Blood
  28. The River Roe
  29. The Harvest Home
  30. An Cailín Deas Crúite Na MBó
  31. The Pigeon On The Gate
  32. Farewell To The Green Hills Of Ireland
  33. Sráid Na MBúrcach
  34. Seán Sa Cheo
  35. The Loughanure Tune
  36. Pleoid Ar An Fharraige, Is í Atá Mór
  37. Tiarna Mhuigh Eo
  38. The Moving Clouds
  39. The Blackbird

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“Néillidh Boyle: A Feeling in the Blood”

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Donegal Fiddlers: Introduction to Biographies
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Néillidh Boyle
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"Néillidh Boyle was born in 1889 in Pennsylvania , USA, to immigrant parents who had a great interest in maintaining their family’s links to all aspects of Irish culture.

They Boyles returned home to Donegal by the time that Neillidh was eight years old and set up home in Cronashallog, near Dungloe in northwest Donegal. Neillidh’s neighbours and schoolmaster were amazed at his fluency in both the Irish language and music as he had just arrived from America.

In later life Neillidh attributed much of his music to the lilting of his Mother when he was a child. He came to be regarded as a fiddler of unheard of mastery among the fiddlers of Donegal. Neillidh had mastered playing in all keys and position playing. ~"

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