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Zero

by Irish Concertina Ensemble

Irish Concertina Ensemble (ICE( are a collection of 5 of the best concertina players to come from Irish music. Padraig rynne, Michael O'Raghallaigh, Tim Collins, Edel Fox and Caitlin Nic Gabhainn combine challenging original and traditional material.
Genre: Folk: Irish Traditional
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1. Ard Ri / March of the Dal Gcais
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2. Humours of Ballyconnell
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3. Loftus Jones
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4. Sunday Solitude / Hardiman the Fiddler
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5. The Passing of Life
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6. Floor Shark
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7. Aughty Sunrise
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8. First Month of Spring / Maghera Mountain / La Ouverture
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9. Tir Na Nog / Sport
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ICE -The Irish Concertina Ensemble brings together for the first time, five internationally renowned and leading exponents of the Anglo Concertina. ICE creates a new sonic template for Irish traditional music on the Anglo concertina. Situating it within this quintet format pioneers an exciting and innovative performance trajectory for the concertina where its melodic, percussive,
rhythmic and harmonic boundaries can be explored and redefined. The quintet’s long-anticipated debut recording ‘Zero’ was released in March 2016 and it comprises of a highly interesting and entertaining repertoire of music that not only draws on established melodies within the canon of Irish traditional music, but also on newly composed material written specifically for the ensemble.

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