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British Folksongs

Tommy Reilly - British Folksongs

The Classical Shop
release date: July 2001

Originally recorded in 2000

Artists:

Tommy Reilly

harmonica

Skaila Kanga

harp

Venue:

St Silas The Martyr, Kentish Town, London



Producer:

Brian Couzens



Engineer:

Ralph Couzens


Philip Couzens

(Assistant)

Record Label
Collect

Genre:

Light Music


Chamber

Total Time - 62:40
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British Folksongs

 

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  arranged for harmonica and harp by Skaila Kanga  
   
1 

Skye Boat Song

4:03
2 

Early One Morning

2:11
3 

Blow the Wind Southerly

2:14
4 

Scarboro' Fair

4:01
5 

Londonderry Air

4:04
6 

Trotting to the Fair

2:00
  arr. James Moody, adapted Skaila Kanga  
7 

Drink to Me Only

1:56
  arr. James Moody, adapted Skaila Kanga  
8 

Kathleen Mavoureen

2:21
9 

Morning Has Broken

2:33
10 

The Lark in the Clear Air

3:59
  concert harp solo  
11 

Cherry Ripe

2:59
12 

Ash Grove

3:50
  with Celtic harp  
13 

David of the White Rock

4:00
14 

The Keel Row

2:09
  with Celtic harp  
15 

Ye Banks and Braes

3:18
16 

Endearing Young Charms

2:46
17 

Dashing A way with the Smoothing Iron

2:02
18 

My Love Is like a Red, Red Rose

4:05
19 

She Moved thro' the Fair

4:52
  harmonica solo  
20 

The Rising of the Lark

3:17
  with Celtic harp  
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‘The sound of Reilly’s harmonica fits most of these songs like a glove…Reilly is more than a mere harmonica player – he’s an artist and he seems to feel this music in his bones.’
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