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REELS: The Culfadda, Farewell to London, Rossmore Jetty

from LL25 by The London Lasses

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Named after a village in South Sligo, the first reel was written by the fiddle player and composer Larry Redican, whose family were from Boyle, Co. Roscommon – Larry emigrated to New York, where he became part of an all-star fiddle section (with Andy McGann and Paddy Reynolds) in the New York Céilí Band. The second reel was written by Brendan McGlinchey on his departure from London in the 1970s. The third reel was written by Father P. J. Kelly and was named after the pier on the River Shannon near his hometown, Woodford, in East Galway. We have Chris to thank for suggesting this tune and the idea of transposing a classic, as was popular in the Leeds Irish music scene when he was growing up.

Rachel Isherwood (fiddle), Brogan McAuliffe (concertina), Elma McElligott (flute), Pete Quinn (piano), Karen Ryan (fiddle).


from LL25, released February 2, 2023


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Featuring all new material, LL25 marks trad Irish band the London Lasses’ 25th anniversary. The band has played on many prestigious stages, from Cambridge Folk Festival, the Concertgebouw and Dublin City Hall to Glastonbury, Philadelphia Irish Festival and the Royal Albert Hall (performing the first ever BBC Proms céilí and supporting The Chieftains). ... more

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