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Woman of the house

Author: Cherish the Ladies (Musical group)
Publisher: Cambridge, MA : Rounder, 2005.
Edition/Format:   Music CD : CD audio : Dance forms : Folk music : Multiple forms : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Uncluttered, forward-looking yet tradition-based and unabashedly sentimental, Cherish the Ladies, in their tenth album, proves to be one of the finest ensembles of Celtic musicians on either side of the Atlantic.
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Material Type: Music
Document Type: Sound Recording
Music Type: Folk music; Dance forms
All Authors / Contributors: Cherish the Ladies (Musical group)
OCLC Number: 61885551
Notes: Celtic music.
Compact disc.
Program notes and lyrics (12 p. : ports.) inserted in container.
Credits: Produced by Phil Cunningham.
Performer(s): Cherish the Ladies (Joanie Madden, flutes, whistles, vocals ; Mary Coogan, guitars, mandolins, banjo, banjitar ; Heidi Talbot, vocals ; Roisin Dillon, fiddle ; Mirella Murray, accordion) ; with guest musicians.
Event notes: Recorded principally at Cava Studios, Glasgow, Scotland, and the Carriage House, Stamford, Conn.
Description: 1 sound disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
Contents: The jolly seven ; The rascal on the haystack ; Bonkers in Yonkers (reels) --
Sweet Thames flow softly (song) --
Carolan's favorite jig ; The rakes of Cashel ; Highland march in Oscar & Malvina (jigs) --
Bogie's bonnie belle (song) --
Woman of the house medley. The fairy queen ; The gooseberry bush ; Paddy Kelly's ; Woman of the house --
The hills of New Zealand --
Betsy Belle and Mary Gray (song) --
Fair and tender ladies (song) --
Paddy O'Snap ; Robin Kellegher ; The Cove of Cork (slip jigs) --
The green fields of Canada (song) --
The old maids of Galway ; The sunny banks ; The flooded road to Glenties ; Free & easy (reels).
Responsibility: Cherish the Ladies.

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Uncluttered, forward-looking yet tradition-based and unabashedly sentimental, Cherish the Ladies, in their tenth album, proves to be one of the finest ensembles of Celtic musicians on either side of the Atlantic.

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