By Ryan Molloy

  1. The Wounded Huzzar
  2. Greenfields
  3. The Battering Ram
    Lucy Farr’s
  4. The Heathery Hills
  5. The Broken Pledge
    Dinny O’Brien’s
  6. The Humours Of Ballyconnell
    The Poll Ha’penny
    The Ballycommon
  7. The Mountain Streams
  8. Craigie Hill
  9. The Boys Of Ballisodare
  10. Loïc’s
  11. The Briar & The Rose
  12. The Mountains Of Pomeroy

Three comments

Re: pianophony

Can we have a bit more information on where this album is from?

Re: pianophony

Here’s a review from Kevin Crawford from Ryan Malloys website

For me Ryan Molloy’s music is a constant source of amazement, inspiration and sanguineness. Piano player extraordinaire, Ryan’s prowess and command of this celebrated instrument is unquestionable. But it’s not his technique or ‘chops’ alone that impress me. It’s his musical mind, his unique approach to accompaniment and harmony and his unwavering spirit and mettle that shines through in every move he makes. I’ve no idea where he got his box of crayons but the colours he plays with ain’t from the same box the rest of us have that’s for sure.
I love that Ryan has brought on board the soaring songstress Shauna Mullin who delivers four gems that shine beautifully within the context of the other traditional melodies too.
Ryan Molloy’s understanding and feel for the tunes he plays combined with his giftedness and maverick mind makes for music of great depth and beauty. Ryan’s playing is definitive and this album ‘Pianophony’ is a milestone.