From Galway To Dublin: Early Recordings Of Traditional Irish Music

By Various Artists

  1. From Galway To Dublin
  2. The Dawn
    Music In The Glen
  3. The Wicklow Mountains High
  4. The Knotted Cord
    The Hunter’s Purse
  5. The Banks Of Newfoundland
  6. The Kerry
    Colonel Frazer
    The Steampacket
  7. The Boston Burglar
  8. Dunmore Lassies
    The Manchester
    The Castlebar Traveler
  9. The Harvest Home
    The Green Mountain
  10. The Morning Dew
    Shark’s Favorite
  11. Sean Bhean Bhocht
    The Dancer At The Fair
  12. Molly Durkin
  13. The Bucks Of Oranmore
  14. The Scotchman Over The Border
    The Tenpenny Bit
  15. The Scholar
    The Bank Of Ireland
  16. My Darlin’ Coleen Bawn
  17. Knocknagow
    The Fowling Piece
  18. Off To California
    The Liverpool
  19. The Monaghan
  20. Let Mr. Maguire Sit Down
  21. The Green Groves Of Erin
    The Ivy Leaf
  22. Alexander’s
  23. George White’s Favorite
    The Lass Of Carracastle
  24. The Widow Malone
  25. The Turnpike
    The Dublin
    Miss Thornton

Three comments

1. Dan Sullivan’s Shamrock Band
2. Leo Rowsome
3. Frank Quinn
4. Edward Meehan and John McKenna
5. Peter James Conlon
6. Denis Murphy
7. Delia Murphy
8. Tom Morrison
9. Neil O’Boyle
10. Eleanor Kane
11. The Fingal Trio (James Ennis, pipes; John Cawley, lfute; Frank O’Higgins, violin)
12. Murty Rabbett
13. Liam Walsh
14. Paddy KIlloran
15. Michael Grogan
16. Paddy Beades
17. The Ballinakill Ceilidhe Band
18. Peter Guinan
19. Michael Coleman
20. James Mullan
21. William J. Mullaly
22. Tommy Reck
23. Paddy Sweeney
24. John Griffin
25. James Morrison

*During track 19, Coleman and his uncredited piano player are completely out of time. It seems that the piano player started half a beat late and refused to accomodate Coleman’s playing, or otherwise could not hear him? Coleman repeats the third and fourth part of the jig, and then adds an additional part.

"11. The Fingal Trio (James Ennis, pipes; John Cawley, lfute; Frank O’Higgins, violin)"

John Cawley, by the way, plays a fine "lfute".