Caitlín & Ciarán

By Caitlín Nic Gabhann & Ciarán O Maonaigh

Search for Caitlín Nic Gabhann, Ciarán O Maonaigh.

  1. Mammy’s Plaidie
    The Boyne Hunt
    Jerry Holland’s
  2. The Whistler At The Wake
    The Old Flail
    The Butcher’s
  3. Midnight In Virginia
    The Mountain Road
  4. The Shelf
  5. Marbhna Luimnigh
  6. O’Sullivan’s
    The Green Fields Of Glentown
  7. Joe Cooley’s Morning Dew
    The New Mown Meadows
  8. The Belfast
    Miss McLeod’s
  9. The Last Port Of Call
  10. Robert The Bruce
    The Donegal
    The Fairy
  11. Shannon’s
    Patsy Touhey’s Rip The Calico
    The Old Down The Broom
  12. The Nightingale
    Páidin Ó Raifeartaigh
  13. The Braes Of Auchtertyre
  14. American

Nine comments

Mammy’s Plaidie

This tune is also called Bogniebrae.

Great record !

The third tune on Track 1, listed as Jerry Holland’s, doesn’t match the linked tune. It’s the same tune as, titled Charlie Hardie. Love the album, though!

Re: Caitlín & Ciarán

After a recent post by "TheBlindBard", it came to my attention that this isn’t showing up as available on "iTunes" for some reason. If you don’t want to buy the CD, be assured, it can be downloaded from "iTunes". You can find it by "searching" on either "Caitlin" or "Ciaran".

Posted by .

Re: Caitlín & Ciarán


Notation links

1.1 Mammy’s plaidie, aka. Bogniebrae (James Scott Skinner) see
1.2 The Boyne Hunt (Magdalene Stirling) see also
1.3 Jerry Holland’s reel, aka. Charlie Hardie (James Scott Skinner) see also
2.1 The whistler at the wake (Vincent Broderick) see also
2.2 The old flail (Vincent Broderick) see also
2.3 The butcher’s march, aka. The butcher’s fancy (Traditional) see also
3.1 Midnight in Virginia (Caitlín Nic Gabhann) see
3.2 The mountain road (Michael Gorman) see also
4 The shelf (Charlie O’Neill) see also
5 Marbhna Luimnigh, aka. Irish lamentation (Traditional) see also
6.1 O’Sullivan’s march (Traditional) see also
6.2 The green fields of Glentown (Tommy Peoples) see also
7.1 Joe Cooley’s morning dew, aka. Morning dew (Traditional) see also
7.2 The new mown meadows, aka. Joe Mháire Mhicilín (Traditional) see also
8.1 The Belfast hornpipe, aka. Sweep’s hornpipe (Traditional) see also
8.2 Ms McLeod’s reel (Traditional) see also
9 The last port of call (Caitlín Nic Gabhann) see
10.1 Robert the Bruce (James Scott Skinner) see
10.2 The Donegal reel (Traditional) see also
10.3 The fairy reel, aka. Fairy dance (Nathaniel Gow) see also
11.1 Shannon’s reel (Caitlín Nic Gabhann) see
11.2 Patsy Touhey’s Rip the calico, aka. Jenny dang the weaver (Traditional) see also
11.3 The old down the broom, aka. The broomstick (Traditional) see also
12.1 The nightingale (Sean Ryan) see also
12.2 Paidin Ó Raifeartaigh (Traditional) see also
13 The braes of Auchtertyre (James Crocket) see also
14 American polka (Traditional)

Re: Notation links

14 American polka (composed by John J Kimmel)