Release Date:

Downloads include choice of MP3, WAV, or FLAC

THE GLOAMING: Iarla Ó Lionaird, Thomas Bartlett, Caoimhín Ó Raghallaigh, Martin Hayes & Dennis Cahill.

These five virtuoso musicians first met to explore new music at West Grouse Lodge Studios is West Meath, Ireland, in early 2011. Each came at Irish music from their own perspective, bringing a slightly different take on the rich musical heritage and traditions The music they began to create was sparse and beautiful, authentic and tune-filled, music that went on to be described by The Irish Times as 'of an entirely different hue: neither slavishly traditional nor wilfully contemporary.

 

 

'http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1E5puGkS9Cc

Share

The Gloaming

The Gloaming

Select Format

Tracklist


play_circle_outline

1.

Song 44 6:44

$1.29

add_shopping_cart
play_circle_outline

2.

Allistrum's March 4:13

$1.29

add_shopping_cart
play_circle_outline

3.

The Necklace of Wrens 3:47

$1.29

add_shopping_cart
play_circle_outline

4.

The Girl Who Broke My Heart 2:18

$1.29

add_shopping_cart
play_circle_outline

5.

Freedom/Saoirse 5:04

$1.29

add_shopping_cart
play_circle_outline

6.

The Sailor's Bonnet 4:15

$1.29

add_shopping_cart
play_circle_outline

7.

The Old Bush 7:36

$1.29

add_shopping_cart

8.

Opening Set 16:39

Album Only

play_circle_outline

9.

Hunting The Squirrel 3:22

$1.29

add_shopping_cart
play_circle_outline

10.

Samradh Samdradh 5:54

$1.29

add_shopping_cart

Downloads include choice of MP3, WAV, or FLAC

THE GLOAMING: Iarla Ó Lionaird, Thomas Bartlett, Caoimhín Ó Raghallaigh, Martin Hayes & Dennis Cahill.

These five virtuoso musicians first met to explore new music at West Grouse Lodge Studios is West Meath, Ireland, in early 2011. Each came at Irish music from their own perspective, bringing a slightly different take on the rich musical heritage and traditions The music they began to create was sparse and beautiful, authentic and tune-filled, music that went on to be described by The Irish Times as 'of an entirely different hue: neither slavishly traditional nor wilfully contemporary.

 

 

'http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1E5puGkS9Cc

Share