Niall Horan – Flicker, with the RTÉ Concert Orchestra.


Niall Horan – Flicker (Niall Horan with The RTE’ Concert Orchestra)

May 8, 2018


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Music video by Niall Horan performing Flicker. © 2018 Neon Haze Music Ltd, under exclusive license to Capitol Records

Emma Langford – The Winding Way Down to Kells Bay


Emma Langford – The Winding Way Down to Kells Bay (Official)

Dec 9, 2019

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In loving memory of Eamon Langford Official music video for ‘The Winding Way Down to Kells Bay’, by Emma Langford. The Winding Way Down to Kells Bay is the second single from Emma Langford’s second album, due for release in 2020 Emma’s debut album Quiet Giant is available across all online platforms, buy or download from With thanks to all who featured, helped, inspired and contributed Song lyrics & melody by Emma Langford Music Video by Enigmed Track produced by Chris O’Brien & Graham Murphy at The Production Suite, Dublin Mastered by Richard Dowling at Wav Mastering, Limerick Musicians: Lucia Mac Partlin; Maria Ryan; Peter Hanagan; Davey Long; Graham Murphy; Kealan Kenny; Ray Yrure Featuring: Molly Ryan; Scarlett the dog; Seán Garvey; Laoise Egan; Darragh Lynch; The Ivereagh Peninsula; Kells Bay Follow Emma: Facebook: @emmalangfordmusic Twitter: @ELangfordMusic Instagram: @EmmaLangfordMusic

Kells Beach is located in Cahersiveen, County Kerry. It is a sandy beach with a small harbour and pier nearby.

Kells Beach is located within the Killarney National Park, Macgillycuddy’s Reeks and Caragh River Catchment Special Area of Conservation (SAC) and proposed Natural Heritage Area (pNHA).The beach is also located within the Iveragh Peninsula Special Protection Area (SPA).

It is an idyllic sandy beach with a harbour and pier nearby. There is no lifeguard present here, however lifesaving equipment is available.

Enya – I Dreamt I Dwelt in Marble Halls.

Enya – I Dreamt I Dwelt in Marble Halls. by MusicaGradevole

May 4, 2013

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“Marble Halls” è un singolo della cantante e musicista irlandese Enya, rilasciato come quarto estratto dall’album Shepherd Moons nel 1994, perciò a ben 3 anni dalla sua pubblicazione, in quanto il brano è stato utilizzato nella colonna sonora del film L’età dell’innocenza. Immagini dal film “L’età dell’innocenza” (The Age of Innocence), film del 1993 diretto da Martin Scorsese ed interpretato da Daniel Day-Lewis, Michelle Pfeiffer e Winona Ryder.

Songs of Ireland – Brian Dunphy – Cavan Girl


As I walk the road from Killeshandra weary I sat down
For it’s twelve long miles around the lake to get to Cavan Town
Though Oughter and the road I go once seemed beyond compare
Now I curse the time it takes to reach my Cavan girl so fair

The autumn shades are on the leaves, the trees will soon be bare
Each red-coat leaf around me seems the colour of her hair
My gaze retreats to find my feet and once again I sigh
As the broken pools of sky remind me of the colour of her eyes

At the Cavan cross each Sunday morning, where she can be found
And she seems to have the eye of every boy in Cavan Town
If my luck will hold I’ll have the golden summer of her smile
And to break the hearts of Cavan men she’ll talk to me a while

So next Sunday evening finds me homeward – Killeshandra bound –
To work the week till I return to court in Cavan Town
When asked if she would be my bride, at least she’d not say no
So next Sunday morning I’ll rouse myself and back to her I’ll go

As I walk the road from Killeshandra weary I sat down
For it’s twelve long miles around the lake to get to Cavan Town
Though Oughter and the road I go once seemed beyond compare
Now I curse the time it takes to reach my Cavan girl so fair
Now I curse the time it takes to reach my Cavan girl so fair

Source: Musixmatch Songwriters: Tom Moore

Songs of Ireland – Limerick You’re a Lady – Foster & Allen

D A7 D
Limerick, you’re a lady,
D7 G Em7 D
Your Shannon waters tears of joy that flow,
Bm F#m
The beauty that surrounds you,
Em7 G A7
I take it with me love where ere I go,
D A7 Bm
While waking in the arms of distant waters,
G Em7 A7
A new day finds me far away from home,
D A7 D
Then Limerick, you’re a lady,
D7 Em7 A7 D
The one true love that I have ever known.

D DMaj7 G D
As children you and I, spent endless days of fun,
G Em7 D
In winter snow or summers golden sun,
Bm F#m Bm
We fished in silver springs, the fabric of my dreams,
Em7 G D7
Was fashioned by your loveliness, and so I have to say,


A gift that time has made, to travelers on their way, Seeking out the beauty of our land, A shrine where children pray, and bells ring out to say, Thank God we’re living just to feel, the freedom of each day,


Source: LyricFindSongwriters: Dennis Allan

Songs of Ireland – Louise Morrissey – Come Back Paddy Reilly

The Garden of Eden has vanished they say
But I know the lie of it still
Just turn to the left at the bridge of Finea
And stop when halfway to Cootehill.

It’s there you’ll find it I know sure enough
For fortune has come to my call
The grass it is green around Ballyjamesduff
And the blue sky is over it all.

And tones that are tender and tones that are ruff
Come whispering over the sea
Come back, Paddy Reilly to Ballyjamesduff
Come home, Paddy Reilly, to me.

My mother once told me that when I was born
The day that I first saw the light
I looked down the street on that very first morn
And gave a crow of delight.

Now most newborn babies appear in a puff
And start with a sorrowful squall
But I knew I was born in Ballyjamesduff
And that’s why I smiled at them all.

The baby’s a man now, he’s toil-worn and tough
Still, whispers come over the sea
Come back, Paddy Reilly to Ballyjamesduff
Come home, Paddy Reilly, to me.Come home, Paddy Reilly, to me…

Source: Musixmatch

Songwriters: Percy French / John James Ryan

Come Back Paddy Reilly to Ballyjamesduff lyrics © Rosette Music Ltd

Songs of Ireland – Luke Kelly – Raglan Road

Luke Kelly Raglan Road

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On Raglan Road on an autumn day I saw her first and knew
That her dark hair would weave a snare that I might one day rue;
I saw the danger, yet I passed along the enchanted way,
And I said, let grief be a fallen leaf at the dawning of the day.

On Grafton Street in November we tripped lightly along the ledge
Of the deep ravine where can be seen the worth of passion’s pledge,
The Queen of Hearts still making tarts and I not making hay
Oh I loved too much and by such by such is happiness thrown away.

I gave her gifts of the mind I gave her the secret sign that’s known
To the artists who have known the true gods of sound and stone
And word and tint without stint for I gave her poems to say.
With her own name there and her own dark hair like clouds over fields of May

On a quiet street where old ghosts meet I see her walking now
Away from me so hurriedly my reason must allow
That I had loved not as I should a creature made of clay
When the angel woos the clay he’d lose his wings at the dawn of day.Source: Musixmatch

Songwriters: Kavanagh Patrick / Knopfler Mark

Raglan Road lyrics © Straitjacket Songs Ltd., Sgo Music Publishing Ltd.,

UCD Choral Scholars – Black is the Colour of my True Love’s Hair

Black is the Colour of my True Love’s Hair

397,802 views•Premiered Dec 18, 20187.8K109ShareSaveChoral Scholars of University College Dublin 73.5K subscribers Appalachian Air of Scottish origin arr. Desmond Earley From the album ‘Invisible Stars – Choral Works from Ireland and Scotland’ The Choral Scholars of University College Dublin Artistic Director: Desmond Earley Solos: Mark Waters and Emily Doyle Released on Signum Records BUY IT NOW: Sheet Music: HEAR IT LIVE: Website: Facebook:… Twitter: Instagram: @ChoralScholars Credits: Director & DP Ronan Fox Focus Puller Shane Caffrey Camera Assistans: Wade Enright, Sadhbh Ní Nualáin Sound Playback Trevor Cunningham Two American melodies from Kentucky are widely associated with the lyric Black is the colour of my true love’s hair. The younger melody was composed by Kentuckian John Jacob Niles, collector and performer of Appalachian folk songs, and an important influence on the American Folk revival in the 1950s. In a biography of Niles—I Wonder As I Wander—Professor Ron Pen of the University of Kentucky has observed that Niles created a completely different melody from the versions he had collected in Kentucky in 1916. The melody used for the choral arrangement on this disc is the version sung by Irish singer/songwriter Christy Moore, who learned the song from Scottish folk singer Hamish Imlach in 1968. This modern Scottish song is a rendering of an Appalachian antecedent of Niles’ version collected by Cecil Sharp in Kentucky and published in English Folk Songs from the Southern Appalachians (1917).