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Neil Mulligan - An Tobar Gle album FLAC

  • Performer: Neil Mulligan
  • Title: An Tobar Gle
  • Genre: World
  • Released: 2003
  • Style: Celtic
  • MP3 album: 1335 mb
  • FLAC album: 1714 mb
  • Rating: 4.3/5
  • Votes: 350
Neil Mulligan  - An Tobar Gle album FLAC

Neil mulligan: an tobar gle. Another excellent solo recording by the Dublin piper whose music, through his father fiddle player Tom Mulligan, is rooted in the Leitrim tradition. This is Neil Mulligan's third album, after "Barr na Cuille" and "The Leitrim Thrush," and like on those, the piping, on instruments pitched at C and D, is unaccompanied.

An Tobar Glé. Spring.

An Tobar Glé/Oileán na Meannáin. 13. The Fairy Reel/The Pigeon on the Gate. 14. Táimse im' Chodlaidh. This is Neil Mulligan’s third album. In a sense biographical details aren’t all that material; All Ireland titles won, albums released to critical acclaim, plaudits gained, because the story of what’s truly behind the music on this CD is that of a world of music. What’s important is that this is an unusual work these days, work seldom heard, that of a master solo musician playing with wit, great style and vivacity

An Tobar Glé jig. There is 1 recording of a tune by this name. An Tobar Glé has been added to 8 tunebooks. Download ABC. One setting. X : 1 T : An Tobar Glé R : jig. M : 6/8 L : 1/8 K : Dmaj A~D3 FEAD. G/A d2A~D3 FEFAdF GFE. G/A de/f/gagf~g2 edcB AFA ~D3 FEAD. G/c d2A~D3 FEFAdF GFE. agf~g2 edcB AFA dec . BAFA {B}AFAded. An Tobar Glé. A composition of Neil Mulligan, taken from his CD of the same title recorded in 2003. He paired this with another self-penned tune "Oileán na Meannáin" - a very nice "traditional" sounding set. Posted by Josie1957 11 years ago.

Neil Mulligan – An Tobar Glé– Shore Records SCD 1049One of the driving influences in the development of traditional music is the process of transmission. Neil Mulligan: An Tobar Gle. celticgrooves. Neil Mulligan: An Tobar Gle, uilleann pipes, fiddle. Spring Records SCD 1049. Ireland has many musical dynasties and one of its most influential is the Mulligan clan. Tom ('TP') Mulligan, who died in 1984, originated from Barnacoola (Barr na Cúille) in County Leitrim and left his native county at the age of nineteen to work in Dublin in 1935. That sense of history and the importance of learning from the past have inspired each of Neil Mulligan’s three solo albums of piping from Barr na Cúille released in 1991, via 1997’s The Leitrim Thrush to this year’s An Tobar Glé (The Clear/Bright Well) 4. Moreover, before examining the latest album, it is worth quoting him once more on.


1 An Fainne Oir / Airgead Realach
2 Caitriona Rua
3 The /blackbird / Miss Galvin
4 The Stoney Steps / The Dooneen Reel
5 A Stor Mo Chroi
6 Bimis ag Ol's ag Fogadh na mBan
7 The Morning Thrush
8 Is Fada mo Chosa gan Broga
9 East Of Glendart / I Buried My Wife
10 The Peacocks Feather / Boys of Bluehill
11 Donal Og
12 An Tobar Gle / Oilean na Meannaine
13 The Fairy Reel / The Pigeon on the Gate
14 Taimse im Chodladh
15 The Fermoy Lasses / The London Lassess
16 Chase Her Through The Garden / Kiss Her In The Furze

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