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Performer: Tommy Peoples
Genre: Folk music
Title: The Quiet Glen/An Gleann Ciúin
Released: 1998
FLAC version ZIP size: 1724 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1913 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1715 mb
Rating: 4.6
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The Quiet Glen, An Gleann Ciúin. Tommy Peoples (20 September 1948 - 4 August 2018) was an Irish fiddler who played in the Donegal fiddle tradition. View full artist profile. Play all. Mary Bergin.

The Quiet Glen, An Gleann Ciúin. Port Na bPuchai (The Fairy Lament).

It’s a beautiful album, full of lamentation and bright humour, with all the trademark stylistic touches. Peoples’ playing is as crisp and as mesmerizing as eve. he master at his best. An Exciting Session with One of Ireland’s Leading Traditional Fiddlers (1976) Tommy’s first commercial album, recorded live between October 1974 and January 1976, and issued by Comhaltas Ceoltóirí Éireann. Some really great playing, with fire and passion. Highlights include his playing of The Green Hills of Tyrol and The Green Fields of Glentown, and a really fantastic performance of Jenny’s Welcome to Charlie. The High Part of the Road (1976) Tommy is accompanied by renowned singer and guitar player Paul Brady. Some really passionate playing in evidence here. Tommy Peoples (fiddle), with Alph Duggan (guitar). Source and other information. Notes by Tommy Peoples. What Does this Page Tell You? Each Irish tune on this album was identified after a careful, expert comparison of this recorded performance against all other tunes in the Irish Traditional Music Tune Index. The blue column shows just the most established tune title.

Tommy Peoples (born 1948) is an Irish fiddler who plays in the Donegal fiddle tradition. He was born near St. Johnston, County Donegal, in Ireland. He has been a member of well-known traditional Irish music groups, including 1691 and The Bothy Band as well as performing solo since the late 1960s. Traditional Irish Music Played on the Fiddle (released in 1993, but recorded in 1982). The Quiet Glen/An Gleann Ciuin (1998). Waiting for a Call (2003). With Matt Molloy and Paul Brady. Tommy Peoples (1977). Welcome Here Kind Stranger (1978; remastered on CD in 2009).

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The Quiet Glen/An Gleann Ciuin.

Sheet Music and Tabs for Tommy Peoples. Tommy Peoples has been a member of well known traditional Irish music groups, including 1691 and The Bothy Band as well as performing solo since the late 1960s. He plays with a unique virtuosic technique in the Donegal fiddle style. After moving to Dublin in the 1960s, where he was employed as a policeman, he subsequently moved to Clare and married Mary Linnane, daughter of Kitty Linnane, long-time leader of the Kilfenora Céilí Band. He now resides in his home village of St Johnston.

Tracklist

1 Jocelyn's Waltz, My Granny's Hieland Hame
2 Kitty Come Down To Limerick, Mamore Gap
3 The Green Fields Of Glentown, La Cosa Mulligan
4 The Mouse In The Attic, The Fat Cat
5 Hector The Hero, The Coffin Ships
6 The Blooming Meadow, The Rose On The Heather
7 The Cup Of Tea, Beautiful Gortree
8 The Quiet Glen (slow Air), The Quiet Glen, The Gortree
9 Black Pat's, Bonny Kate
10 Don't Touch That Green Linnet, Dooish, Graínne's
11 Mayor Harrison's Feodora, The Bird On The Bush
12 The Green Fields Of America, The Battering Ram
13 The First Day Of Spring, The Kinnycally Klansmen

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  • Barcode: 5034167999216