Jan 30, 2020
Italy too has a vast Celtic heritage. We’re gonna explore a tiny sampling of music from Celtic Italy on the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast.
FIMM, Franco Bordoni, Willos’, Deep Green Light, Poitin, Don Grieve, Francesca Romana Fabris, Mishaped Pearls, Seamus Kennedy, Oisin McAuley, Kyn, MaterDea, Connemara Stone Company, HEXPEROS, Doug Folkins
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0:04 - “November Reel - Wedding reel - Joe Tam's reel” by FIMM from Roiboos e Disappunti and Irish Celtic Music
7:32 - WELCOME
9:49 - “Saddle The Pony / When Sick Is The Tea You Want” by
Franco Bordoni from Urgente
13:01 - “Factory Girl” by Willos’ from 4th
(Belfast - Ireland & Siena - Italy)
15:41 - “The Destitution” by Deep Green Light
from L'uomo del caffè
(Cava de' Tirreni/Salerno - Italy)
20:29 - “The Jolly Beggarman” by Poitin czech from Simple Pleasures
23:08 - CELTIC FEEDBACK
25:13 - “Ye Jacobites By Name” by Don Grieve from A Drop o' the Best
28:52 - “Everlasting dream” by Francesca
Romana Fabris from Close to You
(Rome - Italy)
33:14 - “Wind of the Air” by Mishaped Pearls from Le Puy en Velay
36:22 - “Farewell To Sicily” by Seamus Kennedy from Favorite Selections
39:44 - "Souvenir Of Venice (Hornpipe)/ Belle Of The Stage (Clog)" by Oisin McAuley from Far From the Hills of Donegal
43:15 - CELTIC PODCAST NEWS
45:28 - "Sang Til Jomfru Maria" by Kyn from
(Germany, Italy, Switzerland)
47:40 - "Lady of Inverness" by MaterDea from Satyricon
(Torino - Italy)
52:52 - "Boys from the Ruhr" by Connemara Stone Company from Back Home
56:36 - "Aine's Ballad" by HEXPEROS from Lost in the Great
(Vasto, Chieti - Italy)
1:01:49 - CLOSING
1:03:21 - "Streets of Rome" by Doug Folkins from Another Last Call
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