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Na Filí - An Ghaoth Aniar - The West Wind flac album

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Performer: Na Filí
Title: An Ghaoth Aniar - The West Wind
Released: 1969
Style: Celtic, Folk
Category: Folk, Country
Rating: 4.7 ✦

Album's name: An Ghaoth Aniar - The West Wind. Na Filí - An Ghaoth Aniar - The West Wind. Na Filí - An Ghaoth Aniar - The West Wind MP3 album ZIP archive. 11900 downloads at 25 mb/s. Na Filí - An Ghaoth Aniar - The West Wind FLAC album ZIP archive. 2422 downloads at 22 mb/s.

O wild West Wind, thou breath of Autumn's being, Thou, from whose unseen presence the leaves dead. Are driven, like ghosts from an enchanter fleeing, Yellow, and black, and pale, and hectic red, Pestilence-stricken multitudes: O thou, Who chariotest to their dark wintry bed. The winged seeds, where they lie cold and low, Each like a corpse within its grave, until.

Mercier IRL 9 - ‘An Ghaoth Aniar/The West Wind’ (date unknown); Outlet SOLP 1010 - ‘Traditional Music of Ireland’, reissued as PTICD 1010 ‘Farewell to Connaught’ (date unknown); Outlet SOLP 1017 - ‘Na Filí 3’, reissued as PTICD 1017 with the same title (date unknown). Posted by Gonzo 11 years ago. Re: Na Fili.

1969: An Ghaoth Aniar/The West Wind. 1971: Farewell To Connacht. Traditional Music of Ireland. Tomás Ó Canainn (uillean pipes, accordion, and vocal), Matt Cranitch (fiddle), Tom Barry (whistle)  . Hence the title of his album recorded in 1998 with Neil Martin The Pennyburn piper presents: Uilleann Pipes, on which he also sang. List of published bagpipe music.

This song was performed by Na Filí (The Poets), an Irish traditional trio from 1973. Tomás Ó Canainn (uillean pipes, accordion and vocals), Matt Cranitch (fiddle and tin whistle player Raymond O’Shea started the band in 1969 in Cork. Canainn was a lecturer in electrical engineering at the Cork Institute of Technology, Student Cranitch be. They played mainly instrumentals, about jigs, reels and airs on her first, published in 1969, album at Ghaoth Aniar they changed twice a r. .

Samhradh, Aniar Aduaidh, The Donegal Jig. The Widening Gyre. I Wish My Love Was a Red Red Rose. 25th Anniversary Celebration. The Tullaghan Lasses, The Cameronian, The Pigeon on the Gate.


1 Bruach na Carraige Baine 3:11
2 Fainne Oir 2:49
3 Caoineadh Eoghain Rua 2:06
4 Henry Joy 2:55
5 Cooleys - The Mountain Lark 2:08
6 Cuan Bheil Innse 2:14
7 The Western Pitchfork 2:45
1 Inion an Fhaoit' on nGleann 3:37
2 The Whistlers Fancy 1:58
3 The Verdant Braes of Screen 2:30
4 Maidin de Mart 2:20
5 Eamonn Magaine 2:20
6 Rattigans 2:24
7 An Beinsin Luachra 2:15


Tomas O Canainn - Uilleann Pipes, Matt Cranitch - Fiddle, Reamonn O Se - Whistle