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Eithne Ní Uallacháin - Bilingua Album

Eithne Ní Uallacháin - Bilingua Album

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Performer: Eithne Ní Uallacháin
Title: Bilingua
Country: Ireland
Released: 2014
Style: Celtic
Category: Folk - World
Rating: 4.9
Catalog #: CEFCD 206
Label: Gael-Linn

Tracklist

1Meadhrán Samhraidh (Summer Rapture)
2Lughnasa Damhsa
3The Fisherman
4Bilingua
5Táim Cortha ó Bheith Im'Aonar I Mo Luí
6I Am Stretched On Your Grave
7Winter Snows
8Óró
9Bone
10Senex Puer
11Grief


Credits

  • Co-producerDónal O'Connor, Gerry O'Connor, Shaun Wallace


Notes

Packaged in hard book.


Barcodes

  • Barcode: 656297012068


Album

Eithne Ní Uallacháin Irish: 1 January 1957 19 May 1999 was an Irish singer, songwriter, and former teacher from County Louth, Ireland. Eithne was born in an Irish-speaking household to Pádraig Ó hUallacháin 1912-1974 and Eithne Bean Uí Uallacháin née Ní Dhoibhlín. Her father, a teacher, writer and song collector published older songs from the Oriel area in local publications, and encouraged Eithne and her siblings to sing. Eithne Ní Uallacháin. World 2015. Get Started. Internet Service Terms. Cookie Warning. Listen free to Eithne Ní Uallacháin Bilingua Bilingua, Meadhrán Samhraidh Summer Rapture and more. 11 tracks . The concert programme, filmed in the beautiful surroundings of St. Patricks, Cathedral, Dublin, features many musicians she recorded with and singers she inspired. Karen Matheson Capercaillie, Muireann Nic Amhlaoibh Danú and Pauline Scanlon Lumiere will perform Eithnes songs and compositions accompanied by an all-star cast of musicians featuring Gerry OConnor, Gilles Le Bigot, Neil Martin, Dónal OConnor, John McSherry, John Fitzpatrick, Mario NGoma and. Последние твиты от Eithne Ni Uallachain eithneniu. As clear & brittle as hand-blown crystal Recognised as having been one of Irelands finest traditional singers. Previously unreleased album out now 'Bilingua'. Bilingua, 2015. Grief, 04:21. Bone, 04:10. Ní Uallacháin's vocals were completed and much of the music was arranged, but the album was not released. The album was titled Bilingua and was released with Gael Linn, who released Eithne's first album, Cosa Gan Bhróga. Profil: Irish folk musician, singer, flautist and composer, most notably of Lá Lugh , born 1957 died in May 1999. Not to be confused with the album Bilingua by Eithne Ní Uallacháin. BilingualStudio album by Pet Shop BoysReleased2 September 1996 1996-09-02Re