THE McPEAKE FAMILY The Mountains Of Mourne Официальный сайт инфо.

Жанр: Irish folk, Traditional Год выпуска диска: 1963 Производитель диска: UK Аудио кодек: MP3 Тип рипа: tracks Битрейт аудио: 320 kbps Продолжительность: 44'37"Трэклист: 01 McLeods Reel (122) 02 A Bucаияэщket Of The Mountain Dew (200) 03 Eileen Aroon (230) 04 An Durd Fainne (213) 05 My Singing Bird (325) 06 The Lament of Aughrim (418) 07 Carraig Dun (309) 08 The Derry Hornpipe (149) 09 The Old Piper (153) 10 Slieve Gallon Brae (201) 11 Ireland, Boys, Hайтвхurrah (237) 12 Cock Robin (321) 13 An Coolin (331) 14 The Verdant Braes Of Skreen (337)The McPeake Family: Irish Traditional SongsThe McPeake Family Topic Records 12T87 (LP, UK, 1963) Recorded by Bill Leader in 1962Musicians Francis McPeake (father), vocals, Uillean pipes; Francis McPeake (son), vocals, Uillean pipes; Francis McPeake (grandson), vocals, Uillean pipes; James McPeake, vocals, harp; Kathleen McPeake, vocals, harp; Tommy McCrudden, vocalsAll tracks trad except Traаквсьck 4 words Patrick Pearse, music trad; Track 5 words Edith Wheeler, music trad Munster folk tuneReviewThis review is from Gramophone, September 1963:Another record devoted to the music-making of a single family is to be found on Topic 12T87–The McPeake Family Francis McPeake proved himself, right at the beginning of this century, to be one of the great Irish pipers and the talent seems to have been passed on to both his son and grandchild, both of whom, incidentally, are also named Francis The LP contains three purely instrumental tracks (the pipe or pipes being accompanied by harp): McLeod's Reel, The Derry Hornpipe and Lament Of Aughrim, the last-named a remarkably moving performance Among the other tracks is Kathleen McPeake's version of a fine Gaelic song, Eileen Aroon, an ironic number–The Old Piper–about a piper who could only play one tune, and Carraig Dun, a song which belongs to the same family as The Mountains Of MourneОфициальный сайт.