Sep 17, 2020
We are Halfway to St Patrick’s Day. Let’s Celebrate with the Celtic Women of holiday.
Friday Frolics, Orla Fallon, Karan Casey, Dark Isle Piper (Tress Maksimuk), Erin Ruth, The Merry Wives of Windsor, Poisoned Dwarf, Ravens Three, Anna Bosnick, Whalebone, Jiggernaut, Kyle Carey, Screaming Orphans, Mrs Ferris' Pighouse Collection
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0:03 - "Assembly Point (Vänkärin
Polska / Julia Delaney’s / Refuxio)" by Friday Frolics from Factor 3
out of Barcelona
feat: Marta Ponce on Fiddle
4:35 - WELCOME
5:32 - "Citi Na gCumann"
by Orla Fallon from Lore
Pronunciation: Sit-ee nah Gom-an
8:46 - "Seoithin" by
Karan Casey from Seal Maiden - A Celtic
10:53 - "Sassenach" by
Dark Isle Piper (Tress Maksimuk)
13:51 - "A Lady in Her Father's Garden" by Erin Ruth from Erin Ruth
18:22 - CELTIC FEEDBACK
20:55 - "Finnegan's Wake" by The Merry Wives of Windsor from Drink This Pub Dry
23:01 - "Stewart's Dudel-Sac
O'Matic" by Poisoned Dwarf from Bolt the Door
feat: Mei-Li Garcia on Fiddle
26:40 - "Wild Rover" by
Ravens Three from Flight
feat: Audra Blankenship-Pierce on Lead vocals, Irish drum & penny whistle and Shawna Kennedy on Fiddle & vocals
29:41 - "Teach Me" by Anna Bosnick from The Ring
33:40 - "Thynge" by
Whalebone from Mirabilia
feat: Charlotte Watson on guitar and Sarah on fiddle
36:21 - CELTIC PODCAST NEWS
39:30 - "Martyr" by
Jiggernaut from The Well
feat: Deanna Smith Scotland on vocals, guitar, percussion and Linda Relph on Fiddle
45:48 - "Miner Jolly" by
The Rowan Tree from Kolar's Gold
feat: Laura Garcia on flute, piano, accordion, vocals
49:50 - "Sios Dhan an Abhainn"
by Kyle Carey from The Art of
Pronunciation: She-us Ghan an Oww-ann
54:26 - "Mary from Dungloe"
by Screaming Orphans from Sunshine and Moss
feat: Joan Diver - drums, vocals
Angela Diver - bass, violin, vocals
Gráinne Diver - guitar, vocals
Marie Thérèse Diver - keys, accordion, vocals
58:01 - CLOSING
1:00:20 - "Newry Highwayman"
Mrs Ferris' Pighouse
Tina Miškovic- bodhran
Margareta Piljek - violin
Ana Markovinovic- vocals
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