Peadar O Riada, Martin Hayes & Caoimhin O Raghallaigh | Triúr sa Draighean

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Triúr sa Draighean

by Peadar O Riada, Martin Hayes & Caoimhin O Raghallaigh

19 newly composed tunes played on 16 Irish trad music tracks by Martin Hayes, Caoimhin O Raghallaigh and Peadar. Recorded live and presented with extensive notes, there are pdf files for all tunes on the website
Genre: Folk: Irish Traditional
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Jearoid
2:11 album only
2. Cor An Earraigh
2:35 album only
3. Bob and Bernie
2:06 album only
4. John the Rookery
1:28 album only
5. Trathann An Taoide
7:07 album only
6. N'fheadar
3:46 album only
7. Slide Dubh / Slide Do Caoimhin
2:39 album only
8. The County Hall
3:12 album only
9. Polka Na Carraige Baine / Polka for Martin
3:05 album only
10. Sport / Fiach
3:44 album only
11. Feabhra
5:13 album only
12. Waiting for Connie
3:13 album only
13. Ríl Tga
2:28 album only
14. Three for Tunes
4:44 album only
15. An Laoch O Laoinsigh
2:37 album only
16. The Obama Reel
2:52 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
Irish Music website in their review said ..."Finally a year ago last April they gathered in Peadar’s house, an Draighean, and commenced a musical journey together. Now, a year later the recording simply titled Triur sa Draighean can be regarded as a vital and major contribution to Irish music.

There are jigs and hornpipes, reels and slides, even a polka named in honour of Martin Hayes. The one song, Trathann an Taoide (track 5) is beautifully haunting, with the addition of the Indian Tambura and the drone like sound of Peadar’s voice. Rarely do you hear two fiddles and a concertina on a recording but in the hands of these three master it is pure joy. Peadar’s extensive sleeve notes describe the inspiration for the tunes and how and why they got their names The notes give an extraordinary insight into his creativity, his life and the process of making this recording."

Irish Times 30/4/2010 said "Bequests are rarely made to the living, but Triúr sa Draighean is a bountiful offering to the tradition"

For further reviews and a look at a trailer to the film documentary associated with the making of the cd see



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