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Martin Mulvihill - Traditional Irish Fiddling from County Limerick album download
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Martin Mulvihill - Traditional Irish Fiddling from County Limerick album download

Performer:
Martin Mulvihill
Album:
Traditional Irish Fiddling from County Limerick
Style:
Celtic,Traditional Irish Folk
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1117 mb
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1231 mb
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4.1
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Celtic Traditional Irish Folk. There's nothing flashy or fancy here, just solid and spirited playing from Mulvihill and his accompanist, Mick Moloney. 1. Jigs: The Road to Abbeyfeale/Lord Kitchener's Pipes.

Martin was born in the village of Ballygoughin in west Limerick 1929. He learned the fiddle from his mother and from neighboring musicians in the townland. He emigrated to England in the 1950's and lived in Northampton for several years before moving to New York with his family in the mid 1960's. He now runs one of the largest and most successful schools of Irish music in America. Mick Moloney is a traditional Irish musician and scholar. Born in County Limerick, he was an important figure on the Dublin folk-song revival in the 1960s. In 1973, he moved to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. This is an incredible album - pure West Limerick style fiddling at its best. Very strongly recommended to those who appreciate the old-style fiddling from this region.

Martin Mulvihill (born in Ballygoughlin, County Limerick, Ireland in 1919; died 21 July 1987) was an Irish traditional musician, composer, teacher, and author. He composed roughly 25 tunes in the Irish traditional style. Although his mother played the fiddle, Martin, the youngest of her ten children, was the only one to become a musician. He began his study of music at the age of nine

Martin Mulvihill (fiddle), with Mick Moloney (guitar, banjo), Gail Mulvihill (banjo), Dawn Mulvihill (fiddle). Source and other information. Green Linnet CSIF 1012, 1978. Additional information about this album was provided to me by Nigel Gatherer on 16 June 2013 in the form of a photograph of the sleeve notes for Green Linnet LP SIF 1010. What Does this Page Tell You? Each Irish tune on this album was identified after a careful, expert comparison of this recorded performance against all other tunes in the Irish Traditional Music Tune Index. The blue column shows just the most established tune title.

Martin Mulvihill, a fiddler who came from Limerick, Ireland, to the Bronx, had a major impact on Irish music in the Eastern . It was not so much his playing that influenced others, but his teaching; Mulvihill ran a highly successful Irish music school and even went on the road to other cities to teach Irish music to interested youth. Many of the good and great young players studied with Mulvihill.

Mulvihill, Martin, Traditional Irish Fiddling from County Limerick, Green Linnet SIF 1012 (1978). Mulvihill, Gail Appearance as principal performer. Crossing the Shannon, Irish Music, the Living Tradition. The Martin Mulvihill School, Green Linnet SIF 1009, LP (1977), trk 12b. Skylark Irish Music, the Living Tradition. The Martin Mulvihill School, Green Linnet SIF 1009, LP (1977), trk 12a. Side Performer Appearance. Fathers and Daughters; Irish Traditional Music in America, Shanachie 79054 (1985). Mulvihill, Martin, Traditional Irish Fiddling from County Limerick, Green Linnet SIF.

born in Ballygoughlin, County Limerick, Ireland in 1919; died 21 July 1987) was an Irish traditional musician, composer, teacher, and author. 1 - 4 from 7. –show all. ) findagrave: Mulvihill, Martin. East Farmingdale (Suffolk County, New York). findagrave: Mulvihill, Martin Joseph. 320 kbps Martin Mulvihill with Mick Moloney - Traditional Irish Fiddling from County Limerick (Green Linnet - SIF ) An absolute gem of an album. CONCERT - IRISH FAMILIES AND TRADITIONAL MUSIC - NYTimes.

American Traditional Fiddling: Performance Contexts and Techniques. In Performance Practice: Ethnomusicological Perspectives, ed. Béhague, Gerard, 141–221. Greenwood Press, Cooke, Peter. Liner notes to The Fiddler and His Art (School of Scottish Studies: University of Edinburgh), Scottish Tradition 9. Tangent Mono TNGM 141, 1988. The Strad 102/1216: 697–99. Miller, Rebecca S. Program notes for the 3rd, 4th, and 5th Annual Irish Traditional Music Festival at Snug Harbor, Staten Island. The Dance Music of Willie Clancy. Dublin/Cork: Mercier Press.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Jigs: The Road to Abbeyfeale/Lord Kitchener's Pipes Martin Mulvihill feat: Mick Moloney
2 Reels: The High Road to Glin/The Low Road to Glin Martin Mulvihill feat: Mick Moloney
3 Air: Limerick Is Beautiful Martin Mulvihill feat: Mick Moloney
4 Polkas: Paddy Scanlon's/Buddy Furey's/The Kinard Polka Martin Mulvihill feat: Mick Moloney
5 Slides: Mcauliffe's/Maggie Shanley's/Denis Enright's Martin Mulvihill feat: Mick Moloney
6 Hormpipes: Flynn's/Dillane's Martin Mulvihill feat: Mick Moloney
7 Reels: Bridget Flynn's/The Star of Munster Martin Mulvihill feat: Mick Moloney
8 Reels: The Rathcrogan Reel/The Bag of Spuds/O'Connell's Trip to Parli Martin Mulvihill feat: Mick Moloney
9 Reels: The Pride of Moyvane/The Cross at the Wood Martin Mulvihill feat: Mick Moloney
10 Hornpipes: Breen's Hornpipe/The Hangman's Rope Martin Mulvihill feat: Mick Moloney
11 Jigs: The Ballygoughlin Jig/Sean Duine Dóite Martin Mulvihill feat: Mick Moloney
12 Reels: Mulhare's/The Morning Mist Martin Mulvihill feat: Mick Moloney
13 Air: The Vales of New Direen Martin Mulvihill feat: Mick Moloney
14 Jigs: The Queen of the Fair/Langstrom's Pony Martin Mulvihill feat: Mick Moloney
15 Reels: Con Mullane's/Dando Dillane's Martin Mulvihill feat: Mick Moloney
16 Polkas: Wallace's Cross/Tarman's/Pat Enright's Martin Mulvihill feat: Mick Moloney