Finbar & Eddie Furey - Hornpipes, Airs & Reels - Irish Pipe Music download album
- Performer: Finbar & Eddie Furey
- Title: Hornpipes, Airs & Reels - Irish Pipe Music
- Genre: Country - World
- Formats: MP1 MMF MPC MOD ADX WAV DXD
- Released: 1974
- MP3 album: 1151 mb
- FLAC album: 1144 mb
- Rating: 4.4/5
- Votes: 176
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Finbar & Eddie Furey. 2. Come By the Hills. Finbar & Eddie Furey. 3. Sliabh Na Mban (The Mountain of the Women). 5. Jig: Tattered Jack Welch. 6. The Flowers in the Valley. 7. Reel: Pigeon on the Gate.
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Eddie and Finbar Furey. The Lonesome Boatman, 1969 The Dawning of the Day, 1972 Four Green Fields, 1972 Irish Pipe Music, Hornpipes, airs & reels, 1974 A Dream in My Hand, 1974 Irish Folk Festival 1974, met vader Ted Furey en The Buskers The 2nd Irish Folk Festival on Tour, 1975 I Live not Where I Love, 1975 The Farewell Album, 1976, (met Hannes Wader zang en. gitaar) I Know Where I’m Going, met Paddie Bell, 1976 The Town Is Not Their Own, 1981 Finbar & Eddie Furey – The Collection. The Buskers, Ted Furey, and the Furey Family
Listen to music from Finbar Furey like Don't Stop This Now, We Built a Home & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Finbar Furey. Finbar Furey (. 948 in Dublin, Ireland) is considered one of the finest Uilleann Pipes players in the world. He was (is?) a member of the legendary Irish traditional group The Fureys.
Finbar and Eddie Furey come from a musical family. Their father, Ted, is a well-known fiddler who for many years played in one of Dublin's music centers, O'Donahue's Bar in Merrion Row. Finbar's arrival in Britain was preceded by his reputation as a youthful phenomenon. The pipes have always been considered an instrument to be mastered only in maturity. Here Finbar transposes the Irish version of the song into 6/8 time. Colonel Eraser (pipes, guitar). This reel shows the characteristic break in the voice of the pipes that is achieved by quickly lifting the chanter from the apron the piper wears on his knee.