eamonn dillon | storm the kettle

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storm the kettle

by eamonn dillon

Irish Celtic Traditional tunes- An invigorating and meditative collection of instrumental jigs, reels & hornpipes played by master Uilleann piper and multi all Ireland Champion Eamonn Dillon plus traditional and fusion/ world percussion instruments
Genre: Folk: Irish Traditional
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Ar Eirinn Ni Osainn Ce hi (For Ireland, I'll not say her name)
3:17 album only
2. Jim Hodder's
3:09 album only
3. Trim the Velvet
3:40 album only
4. Pull the Knife and stick it again
6:02 album only
5. Farewell to Erin
4:51 album only
6. Mick Hands's
6:19 album only
7. Higgin's Hornpipe
6:19 album only
8. Scatter the Mud/ The First Slip/Tom Busby's/The Humors of Whiskey/Have a Drink With Me
5:47 album only
9. Colonel Frazer / The Maids of Mountcisco
5:37 album only
10. Ar Eirinn Ni Osainn Ce hi (For Ireland, I'll not Say Her Name) - Extro
2:19 album only


Album Notes
- Eamonn Dillon, multi time All Ireland Piping Champion , touring & recording musician and master class instructor has put together a collection of jigs reels and hornpipes that will have you on your feet!- Use extreme caution if playing while driving! :) "

- Jodi Marr, Grammy award winning producer/ songwriter, SONY MUSIC

- from martin preshaw
union pipes (world renown piper and pipemaker)

i would like to inform you of a new c.d. by uilleann piper Eamonn
Dillon titled "storm the kettle". Eamonn and i grew up together in
belfast and spent many wonderful years together touring the country
and playing music. Eamonn, now a professional piper, lives in
Florida. Eamonn is a very exciting and progressive piper and this
new c.d. clearly demonstrates his superb mastery of the art of
uilleann pipering. The c.d. offers a broad spectrum of music from
traditional tunes such as "trim the velvet" and "colonel fraser"
played with an extraordinary power and gusto to newly composed airs
that demonstrate Eamonn's profound affinity with the music of
Ireland. This c.d. has not been out of the player in my workshop
since i received it.

I cannot praise this mans piping and musicianship enough, suffice to
say that this c.d. is a "must have" for all pipers.

Further details at his website



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