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Hugh Gillespie - Classic Recordings Of Irish Traditional Music album mp3
Performer:
Hugh Gillespie
Album:
Classic Recordings Of Irish Traditional Music
Style:
Celtic
Released:
1978
FLAC vers. size:
1679 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1844 mb
WMA vers. size:
1585 mb
Other formats
WMA DTS MMF TTA VQF ADX MPC
Rating:
4.4 ★
Votes:
265

Classic Recordings of Irish Traditional Fiddle Music. Hugh Gillespie (fiddle), with Jack (John) McKenna (guitar), Mark Gillespie (guitar). Source and other information. Green Linnet GLCD 3066, 1992. Reissue of Topic anthology, 1978. Notes by Tony Engle and Tony Russell. 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

Classic Recordings of Irish Traditional Music in America - Студийный альбом от John McGettigan & His Irish Minstrels. В альбом вошло 18 треков. John McGettigan & His Irish Minstrels. Medley of Reels: Mullingar Races, The Sligo Maid. :- 3. The Maid of the Moorlough Shore. :- 4.

This is truly great traditional Irish! From the stories in the songs to the tunes themselves this CD is a treat. The jacket provides a very quick and thorough history on Traditional Irish music recordings and of the performers. I don't think there are enough adjectives for this CD. Well worth the cost for traditional Irish music lovers. 15 people found this helpful.

Irish traditional music (also known as Irish trad, Irish folk music, and other variants) is a genre of folk music that developed in Ireland

You could attribute that to an out of tune piano here and there, but consider that all the accordions recorded on Decca in that time period would have to be tuned flat by the exact same amount.

The recordings of Hugh Gillespie have a quite different ‘feel’ from other American-Irish fiddle music of the late 1930s period. The somewhat unusual choice of guitar rather than piano for accompaniment certainly contributes to this distinctiveness, but probably the decisive factors are Gillespie’s ‘singing’ style and highly personal technique. He learned from Coleman a device he calls ‘back trebling’, and also uses drones and fractional flattening or sharpening of notes to great effect.

com/cg blake gillespie. John blake, lamond gillespie, mick leahy: traditional irish music from london. John Blake: flute, guitar, piano. Lamond Gillespie: fiddle, viola. Havilland Willshire, piano, with Lamond Gillespie on violin, playing Beethoven: Sonata for Violin and Piano Number 7 C Minor o. 0 n. - 2nd Movement: Adagio cantabile. Three Little Drummers, Fraher’s from the album The Trip to Carrick. Audio MP3. These two jigs; Three Little Drummers and Fraher’s are from the album The Trip to Carrick.