Dathanna an Cheoil
“Her sensitive treatment of, and approach to her music demonstrates an innate understanding of the music, its origins, and a loyalty to the spirit, style, and repertoire of the tradition.”
Peddyr Cubberley, Manx Composer
‘Dathanna an Cheoil’ is the debut album by Irish harper Fiana Ní Chonaill. The title translates to ‘The Colours of Music’ and showcases the wide repertoire of the Irish harp today. It includes harp specific repertoire, lively dance music and haunting slow airs.
- The Mountain Lark, The Red Bee (comp. Joe Liddy) – Reels
- Lady Laetitia Burke – O’Carolan
- The March of the Min na Toitean Bull, The Garavogue – March/Reel
- A Stór Mo Chroí – Slow Air
- O’Dwyer’s – Hornpipe
- The Battering Ram, The Maid on the Green, The Legacy Jig – Jigs
- The Boys of Ballisodare, The Man of the House – Reels
- Mrs Bermingham. First Air – O’Carolan
- Helvic Head – Jig
- Cuimhne an Phíobaire (comp. Seán Potts) – Slow air
- The Sligo Fancy, the Humours of Tuamgraney – Hornpipes
- Manorhamilton The 8th of May (comp. Joe Liddy) / The Banks of the Erne – Jigs
Alan Reid (bouzouki), Niall Carey (bodhrán).
|Recorded, mixed and mastered by||
Jack Talty in Raelach Studios, Lissycasey, Co. Clare.