My first recording “The Ballaglass Set” is now available to listen to and download on Spotify, itunes and bandcamp (click and go!)
If you would like a CD posting please message me via the contact menu on the home page and we’ll arrange to send one for £7.00 inc p&p to the British Isles.
The album was recorded and mixed by David Rowles at the Peel Centenary Centre on the Isle of Man with the help of Ruth Keggin, Owen Williams, and Ray Dolloso.
It was inspired by the beauty of Ballaglass Glen, Maughold in the north-east of the Isle of Man.
A tumbling river runs through the Glen and for hundreds of years it has been known as ‘the musical stream’ because of the beautiful natural sounds it brings brings to Ballaglass. It is particularly colourful in the spring as the snowdrops, the daffodils and the bluebells come and go in sequence.
I hope you find some of its sounds in the music on the EP!
- Graih Foalsey (trad) vocals; Ruth Keggin
- A Hundred Hours (Mera Royle)
- Auldyn River (Paul Cringle) low whistle: Ray Dolloso, whistle: Owen Williams
- Nataliana (Deborah Henson-Conant)
- Dooraght (Katie Lawrence) melodeon: Owen Williams, whistle: Ray Dolloso
- Mylecharaines March / Moirrey ny Cainle (trad)
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