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The Chieftains - Women Of Ireland - Chieftains Four album mp3

The Chieftains - Women Of Ireland - Chieftains Four album mp3

  • Performer: The Chieftains
  • Genre: Folk and Country / Stage music
  • Title: Women Of Ireland - Chieftains Four
  • Released: 1976
  • Style: Celtic
  • Country: Ireland
  • MP3 version size: 1762 mb
  • FLAC version size: 1774 mb
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The Chieftains Women Of Ireland (the offshoot of Ceoltórí Chuallann) from their eponymous 1973 album. From the poem written by Ulster poet Peadar Ó Doirnín.

Background: several landscapes from Ireland and Scotland. The photos from 3:28 show the Ross Errilly friary.

The Chieftains is the first album released by the Irish musical group The Chieftains in 1964. The album is now sometimes referred to as The Chieftains 1 due to the numbering system of their later albums. It was one of the first folk albums to be recorded in stereo. All tracks traditional compositions. Sé Fáth mo Bhuartha, The Lark on the Strand, An Fhallaingín Mhuimhneach, Trim the Velvet" – 7:38. An Comhra Donn, Murphy's Hornpipe" – 4:30. Cailín na Gruaige Doinne" (The Brown-Haired Girl) – 2:40.

The Chieftains 4. ‘The Chieftains 4’ was recorded in a single weekend in early 1974 in London, and contained, as well as an ambitious composition ‘The Battle of Aughrim’ from Paddy Moloney, and the harp, played by Derek Bell, which added a new dimension to their music. Paddy arranged a special lament version of ‘Mneá na heÉreann’ as a tribute to his good friend the late Seeán eÓ Riada. Women Of Ireland (Seán O Riada)(The Chieftains). March From Idomeneo (. Mozart)(National Philarmonic Orchestra). Handel)(National Philarmonic Orchestra).

Cultural ambassadors, The Chieftains started their journey in Ireland in 1962. Since then they have won six Grammy Awards and are highly recognized for reinventing traditional Irish music on a contemporary and international scale

The Chieftains: Ev Chistr 'Ta, Laou! (Cider drinking song), The Foggy Dew, The Connemara Coast и другие песни. The Times, They Are A' Changin'feat. The Chieftains, Toumani Diabete, & Lisa Hannigan.

On this early gem, The Chieftains combine the spirit of a great pub session with the impeccable technique of a small orchestra. The familiar reel "Drowsy Maggie" becomes a showcase for virtuoso fiddle and whistle solos, and "Women of Ireland" (later the theme for Kubrick's Barry Lyndon) is the sweetest of airs. This album marks the arrival of Derek Bell's lilting harp and a more ambitious sense of arrangement: "The Battle of Aughrim" is their first instrumental suite, stringing traditional pieces together to tell a larger story.

The Chieftains 4 is an album by The Chieftains. It is the first album to feature Derek Bell on the harp  . The arrival of Derek Bell on harp gave The Chieftains a distinctive delicate sound. The slow air "Mná na hÉireann" (Women of Ireland), composed by Seán Ó Riada, was used in Stanley Kubrick's 1975 film Barry Lyndon References.

The Chieftains are a traditional Irish band formed in Dublin in 1963, by Paddy Moloney, Sean Potts and Michael Tubridy. Their sound, which is almost entirely instrumental and largely built around uilleann pipes, has become synonymous with traditional Irish music and they are regarded as having helped popularise Irish music across the world. They have won six Grammys during their career and they were given a Lifetime Achievement Award at the prestigious BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards in 2002.

Songs that sampled The Chieftains's Women of Ireland: Words by The Christians (1990). Mna Na hEireann – King of the Fairies – Polka Karelofinochka - Morrison's Jig by Dark Patrick (2008). Songs that sampled Bob James's Women of Ireland: Unfound by Kooley High feat. Homeboy Sandman (2011). Abstract Rude (1997). Cover chain found! The Chieftains's Women of Ireland is a cover of: Mná Na HÉireann by Ceoltóirí Chualann and Seán Ó Sé (1969). Mná Na HÉireann (Women of Ireland) by Kate Bush (1996). Mná Na HÉireann (Women of Ireland) by Sinéad O'Connor (1995).

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Drowsey Maggie
A2 Morgan Magan
A3 The Tip Of The Whale
A4 The Bucks Of Oranmore
Fiddle – Sean Keane
A5 The Battle Of Aughrim
B1 The Morning Dew
B2 Carrickfergus
B3 Hewlett
B4 Cherish The Ladies
B5 Lord Mayo
B6 Mna Na H Eireann The Love Theme From Barry Lyndon (Women Of Ireland)
B7 O'Keeffe's Slide An Suisin Ban; The Star Above The Garter, The Weavers

Companies, etc.

  • Record Company – Polydor K.K.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
CC14 The Chieftains 4 ‎(LP, Album, Gat) Claddagh Records CC14 Ireland 1973
79024, SHAN - 79024 The Chieftains 4 ‎(LP) Shanachie, Shanachie 79024, SHAN - 79024 Canada 1983
2310 407 The Chieftains The Chieftains 4 ‎(LP, Album) Polydor 2310 407 France 1973
CC14 The Chieftains 4 ‎(LP, Album) Claddagh Records CC14 Ireland 1973
ILPS 9380 The Chieftains The Chieftains 4 ‎(LP, Album, Ter) Island Records ILPS 9380 US 1973

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