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O'Loughlin, Peadar, 1929-2017
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Peadar O'Loughlin Collection

  • POL-18787
  • Collection
  • [1960s]
This collection comprises recordings compiled by Peadar O'Loughlin and loaned to ITMA for copying. The cassette tape features Paddy Murphy on concertina and the reel-to-reel tape features Séamus Ennis on the pipes along with various other performers.

O'Loughlin, Peadar, 1929-2017

Peadar O'Loughlin Collection. Reel-to-Reel [sound recording] / [various performers]

Audio originally recorded on reel-to-reel tape of performers including Seamus Ennis, Paddy Canny, P.J. Hayes, Peadar O'Loughlin and Robert (Robbie) McMahon. Piping tracks feature Seamus Ennis playing on his standard set of pipes, except for tracks 12 - 19, where he plays a B flat set described in the accompanying information to the tape as Brother Gildas's set. This B flat pipes section of the tape is recorded at 7 1/2ips; the rest is at 3 3/4ips.

Running Order:
1. Song: Untitled [The Banks of the Nile] (beginning clipped)
2. Slow Air: The Wounded Huzzar
3. Story with Singing: Untitled [Man whose hump is cured by fairies]
4. Instrumental Piece: The Fox Chase
5. Reel: The Bucks of Oranmore
6. Slow Air: The Rocks of Bawn [Casadh an tSugain]
7. Slow Air: Slievenamon [Sliabh na mBan]
8. Slow Air: The Fairy Boy
9. Jig: The Gold Ring
10. Reel: Colonel Fraser
11. Reels: The College Groves [The College Grove; not the standard version of this; also related to The New Demesne], Jenny's Welcome to Charlie
12. Slow Air: Jimmy Mo Mhile Stor - Brother Gildas's pipes [Casadh an tSugain / The Turning of the Hayrope; played on B flat pipes - tune is followed by a recording of the pipes being tuned]
13. Jig: The Gander in the Pratie Hole [Played on B flat pipes]
14. Reel: The Repeal of the Union [Toss the Feathers] [Played on B flat pipes]
15. Reel: The Connacht Heifers / The Connacht Heifer [Played on B flat pipes]
16. Reel: Colonel Fraser [Played on B flat pipes]
17. Jig: Cailleach an Tuirne [The Maid of the Spinning Wheel; The Maid at the Churn] [Played on B flat pipes]
18. Reel: The Moving Bog [Played on B flat pipes]
19. Jig: Munster Buttermilk [Played on B flat pipes] [END OF BAND ONE]
20. Speech, Song: Untitled [Topics: father plays him to sleep as a child; Carl Hardebeck composes this song], The Piper that Played before Moses
21. Speech, Jig: Untitled, Munster Buttermilk
22. Song: My Father and Mother Were Irish
23. Speech: Untitled [Topics: Colm O'Lochlainn; introduction to the next piece]
24. Slow Air: Fairhaired Cassidy [An Caisideach Ban]
25. Story: The Bailiff
26. Speech, Slow Air: Untitled, Bean Dubh an Ghleanna
27. Speech, Song: Untitled [The Herring Song / The Song of the Herring; repeated line in chorus: 'Sing aberum fane, sing abero ling']
28. Speech, Song and Jig: Untitled, Cunnla, Frieze Breeches
29. Story with Singing, Reel: The Man and his Three Daughters - Did the Rum Do Da?
30. Story and Song: An Droighnean Donn [Background to song; sung in Irish and English]
31. Slow Air: An Droighnean Donn
32. Speech: Untitled [Remarks about the current state of traditional music and its revival]
33. Reel: The Silver Spear, The Dublin Reel
34. Story and Reel: The Pinch of Snuff
35. Reel: Miss Monaghan
36. Reels: Untitled [St Ruth's Bush], untitled [The Corner House]
37. Jig: The Old Grey Goose [Doctor O'Neill]
38. Reel: Lucy Campbell
39. Reels: The Morning Dew, The Earl's Chair
40. Song: Bold Jack Donoghue
41. Song: O'Brien the Blacksmith
42. Reel: The Mason's Apron [END OF BAND TWO]