Feadóga Stáin

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Feadóga Stáin
Studio album by Mary Bergin
Released 1979
Genre Irish Folk
Label Shanachie Records
Mary Bergin chronology
Feadóga Stáin Feadóga Stáin 2
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Allmusic 5/5 stars[1]

Feadóga Stáin, Mary Bergin's debut album, has been credited with establishing the tin whistle as one of first tier among the standard instruments of Irish Traditional Music.[2][3] Members of Irish group De Dannan contributed accompaniment and the album is mostly a trio of tin whistle, Irish bouzouki and Bodhrán (Irish frame drum) .[4] This album has been cited by Joanie Madden as highly influential in the development of her own playing,[5] and is generally considered by critics and scholars as a "definitive" or milestone album.[6]

Tracks[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "Rileanna (Reels): Ril Gan Ainm / Cinnte Le Dia (Ah, Surely) / The Union Reel"   2:51
2. "Rileanna (Reels): Inion Mhic Sheain (Miss Johnson's) / Mike Russell's"   2:32
3. "Portanna (Jigs): Tom Billy's / The Langstern Pony"   3:20
4. "Rileanna (Reels): Sean Reid's / The Drunken Landlady"   2:22
5. "Fonn Mall (Slow Air): Liam O Raghallaigh"   2:37
6. "Rileanna (Reels): Bean Ui Chroidheain (Mrs. Crehan's) / Gearoid O Comain (Gerry Commane's) / An La Baisti (The Rainy Day)"   3:04
7. "Portanna (Jigs): Port Sean Seosamh / Sean Tiobrad Arann / The Rothai An Tsaoil (Wheels Of The World)"   2:54
8. "Rileanna (Reels): The Blath Na Smeire Duibhe (Blackberry Blossom) / Maud Miller / Mo Thrua Go Bfaca Me Ariamh Thu (I Wish I Never Say You) / Chuig Na Gluine I Ngaineamh Thu (Up To Your Knees In Sand)"   2:31
9. "Cornphiopai (Hornpipes): Garrai Na Bhfeileoig / Miss Galvin"   2:29
10. "Rileanna (Reels): The An Bhean Ar An Oilean (Lady On The Island) / The Ril Na Ceolchoirme (Concert Reel) / The An Bothan Sa Phortach (Hut In The Bog)"   2:48
11. "Fonn Mall (Slow Air): Mo Mhuirnin Ban"   3:08
12. "Rileanna (Reels): Mick Hand's / The Reel Of Mullinavat"   2:57
13. "Portanna (Jigs): The Port Mhuineachain (Monaghan Jig) / Nora Crionna"   3:00
14. "Rileanna (Reels): Ta Citi Ar Shiuil Ag Cru Lei (Kitty Gone A Milking) / Scleip Na Hoiche Areir (Last Night's Fun) / The An Ghaoth A Bhogann An Eorna (Wind That Shakes The Barley)"   2:33

Musicians[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Allmusic review
  2. ^ "Sharmrock Irish Music". Retrieved 22 October 2010. 
  3. ^ Mathieson, Kenny (2001). Celtic Music. Hal Leonard Corporation. pp. 34–35. ISBN 978-0-87930-623-6. 
  4. ^ "IrishTune.info". Retrieved 22 October 2010. 
  5. ^ "Chiff and Fipple". Retrieved 23 October 2010. 
  6. ^ Vallely, Fintan (1999). The companion to Irish Traditional Music. NYU Press. p. 28. ISBN 978-0-8147-8802-8. 

External links[edit]

Allmusic