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John McCormack - Sings Irish Songs Vol. 3 album mp3

John McCormack  - Sings Irish Songs Vol. 3 album mp3
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Sings Irish Songs Vol. 3
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1. The Garden Where the Praities Grow - Traditional Irish, John McCormack;Edwin Schneider. 2. The harp that once through Tara's halls - Michael William Balfe, John McCormack;Edwin Schneider. 3. Jeanie With The Light Brown Hair - 1989 Remastered Version - Stephen Foster, John McCormack;Edwin Schneider.

John Francis McCormack, KSG, KSS, KHS (14 June 1884 – 16 September 1945) was an Irish tenor, celebrated for his performances of the operatic and popular song repertoires, and renowned for his diction and breath control. He was also a Papal Count. He became a naturalised American citizen before returning to live in Ireland

Album Title - Sings Irish Songs. Total Album Condition - Album Cover - Very Good Vinyl Record - Near Mint. Company Label - RCA Camden Records Album Code - Album Release Date - 1958 33rpm - 12 Inch Vinyl Record. Track Listing - Side 1. Little Town In The Auld County Down Macushla Where the River Shannon Flows Somewhere A Voice Is Calling Then You'll Remember Me The Foggy Dew When Irish Eyes Are Smiling. Track Listing - Side 2 -. There IS A Flower That Bloometh Molly Bawn Molly Brannigan Mother Machree Kathleen Mavourneen The Rose Of Tralee I Hear You Calling Me.

A1 The Rose Of Tralee A2 Somewhere A Voice Is Calling B1 Mother Machree B2 Kathleen Mavourneen. RCX-209 John McCormack. John McCormack Sings Irish Songs Vol. 2 (7", EP, 4 P). Label Category Country Year.

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John McCormack Sings Irish Songs LP sealed new 1958. John McCormack SINGS IRISH SONGS RCA Camden LP Record Album - 1958.

Tracklist

A1 My Lagan Love
A2 The Rosary
B1 Molly Brannigan
B2 I Heard You Calling Me

Credits

  • Sleeve Notes – Max De Schauensee