William Coulter | Celtic Crossing

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Celtic Crossing

by William Coulter

Airs. reels and jigs from Ireland and beyond
Genre: World: Celtic
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  Song Share Time Download
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1. Einini
2:39 album only
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2. The Ground Plan/La Rotta
4:53 album only
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3. Rose in the Heather/Tom Billy's Jig
4:38 album only
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4. Marble Halls
4:44 album only
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5. Return to Fingal
3:05 album only
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6. Lagan Love/The Lark in the Morning
5:32 album only
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7. Si beag, Si mhor
3:41 album only
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8. The Lads of Laois
1:58 album only
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9. Stor Mo Chroi
4:06 album only
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10. Beidh Aonach Amarach/The Connachtman's Rambles
4:12 album only
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11. Ay Linda Amiga
3:39 album only
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12. Banish Misfortune/The Kesh Jig
3:18 album only
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13. Mo Ghille Mear
3:59 album only
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14. O'Carolan's Farewell to Music
4:20 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Thousands of miles away in America, William Coulter fell in love with the music and language that came over the sea from the beautiful land of Ireland. His interpretations of these jigs, reels and airs reflect his deep reverence for tradition, along with his unique creative response as an individual musician - hurrah for the folk process! Joined by guests including Shelley and Barry Phillips, Irish fiddler extraordinaire Kevin Burke and others, the tunes include beloved traditionals The Lark in the Morning, Si bheag, Si mhor, Banish Misfortune, Lagan Love, The Kesh Jig and Return to Fingal. You'll also find unexpected treasures including the lullaby Einini*, Ay Linda Amiga from Celtic Spain, and the Victorian Marble Halls.
*Featured on the Narada Sampler Celtic Legacy.

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