Now Is The Hour

By The Kilfenora Ceili Band

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John Lynch: Banjo, Mandolin & Leader
Fintan McMahon: Piano
Sean Griffin: Drums
Anne Rynne & AnneMarie McCormack: Fiddles
Sinéad Heagney: Fiddle & Viola
Eimear Howley: Fiddle, Viola, Banjo & Mandolin
Anthony Quigney: Flute, Whistle & Piano
Garry Shannon: Flute & Whistle
Claire Griffin: Accordion
Tim Collins: Concertina
Brian O’Grady: Double Bass
Sharon Howley: Cello

Notation links

Additional info for various title links above:

1.1 The morning dew (Traditional) see also
1.2 Denis Murphy’s reel, aka. Road to town (Traditional) see also
2 Clare to here (Ralph McTell)
4.2 The legacy, aka. Larry Redican’s jig (Traditional) see also
5 Lost little children (M:Tim O’Brien W:Robin & Linda Williams)
7.1 My heart’s tonight in Ireland (Andy Irvine)
7.2 Jimmy Ward’s jig (Traditional) see also
9 Auchtermuchty Gala march (Jimmy Shand)
10 The rocks of Bawn (Traditional)
13.1 Now is the hour (M:Clement Scott W:Maewa Kaihau/Furey/Arthur/Coulter)
13.2 Cruacha glas na hÉireann (Traditional) see also

Re: Now Is The Hour

Track #8 - the best tune track in my opinion - comprises 3 new polkas composed by Tim Collins.
Also, I think it downright disrespectful not to have even mentioned that Don Stiffe is the singer on the 5 song tracks.

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