Dordán

By Mary Bergin, Kathleen Loughnane, Dearbhaill Standun

  1. Polonaise From A Little Notebook For Anna Magdalena Bach
  2. Loftus Jones
  3. Ah How Pleasant ‘Tis To Love Sylvia
    Now Your Scorn Give Over
  4. The Dublin
    The Fairy
  5. The Annen
  6. The Wounded Hussar
  7. Untitled Gavotte By W.A. Mozart
  8. Handel’s The Harmonious Blacksmith
  9. Miss Hamilton
  10. Ballybur Castle Minuet
  11. The Queen Of The West
    The Glen Aln
  12. John Doherty’s
    Gan Ainm
    Gan Ainm
  13. Old Irish Air
    Purcell

Three comments

Re: “Dordán: Ceol Traidisiúnta Agus Baróc / Irish Traditional & Baroque Music”

Gael-Linn, 1991, CEFCD 150

Odd! :-P Somehow, for me, this didn’t quite work. The life seemed to be missing from it, very much akin to the problems we’ve discussed here before about how playing off sheet music can be ~ flat and white… A lot of early music interpretation can be this way. But I did quite enjoy track 11, the two hornpipes played on the harp…

Re: “Dordán: Ceol Traidisiúnta Agus Baróc / Irish Traditional & Baroque Music”

Dordán = Mary Bergin - whistles, Kathleen Loughnane - harp, Dearbhail Standún - violin/fiddle

Re: Ceol Traidisiúnta Agus Baróc

One of my favourite albums of all times