Twenty recordings of a tune named
The Croppies’ March

Also known as A Maire Cad Ta Ort?, Baile Bheachain, The Banks Of Enverness, The Banks Of Inverness, The Banks Of The Inverness, The Ceanngulla, The Croppies’March, Croppy’s, Croppy’s Retreat, The Croppy’s Retreat, Freedom For Ireland, Heather On The Hill, The Heather On The Hill, Ireland Forever, The Kerryman’s Daughter, Lark’s Neck, The Lark’s Neck, Lark’s Nest, The Lark’s Nest, Molly What Ails You?.

A tune by this name has been recorded together with The Bird In The Bush (a few times), The Beautiful Goldfinch, Casey’s Pig, Dennis Doody’s, Dinny Delaney’s, The Fairy Dance, Hoffedd Arglwyddes Y Fenni, Jack’s The Lad, Lord Gordon’s, Monymusk, The Morning Lark, The Mountains Of Mourne, Neil Gow’s Highland, Paddy Gavin’s, Sheehan’s, The Skylark, The Spike Island Lasses, The Stone In The Field, The Whole Chicken In The Soup.

  1. Ar Log Saith / VII by Ar Log
  2. Beg & Borrow by Battlefield Band
  3. Buried Treasure Of The Toucan Pirates by Toucan Pirates
  4. Cosa Gan Bhroga by Eithne Ni Uallachain, Gerry O’Connor, Desi Wilkinson
  5. Dance Music Of Ireland, Volume 8 by Matt Cunningham
  6. Dance Music Of Ireland, Volume 9 by Matt Cunningham
  7. Fifty-Fifty by Myserk
  8. Ireland’s Best Session Tunes CD 2 by Waltons Recording
  9. Irish Trad Concertina From Beara by Sean O’Dwyer
  10. So Far by Eileen Ivers
  11. The Barley Grain by Larry Kinsella
  12. The Croppy’s Complaint: Music And Songs Of 1798 by Various Artists
  13. The Fiddle Music Of Prince Edward Island by Various Artists
  14. The Francis O’Neill Cylinders: Thirty-Two Recordings of Irish Traditional Music in America circa 1904 by Patsy Touhey, James Early, John McFadden, Edward Cronin, Bernard Delaney
  15. The Legacy Of Michael Coleman by Michael Coleman
  16. The Piper Calls The Tune by Joe Finn
  17. The Tin Sandwich by Tommy Basker
  18. Tommie Potts - Traditional Fiddle Music from Dublin by Tommie Potts
  19. Whistle Wizardry by Vinnie Kilduff
  20. Winston “Scotty” Fitzgerald: House Parties And 78s by Winston ‘Scotty’ Fitzgerald