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'd' flute album - Kevin Crawford


'd' flute album - Kevin Crawford

$ 17.00

'd' flute album - Kevin Crawford

Kevin Crawford (D concert flute, bamboo flute, whistles and bodhrán)

Dónal Clancy (guitars)

Carl Hession (piano and keyboards)


  1. George White's Favourite / The Silgo Maid (reels) 3:27
  2. Jim Donoghue's, Gorman's / Kiss Me Kate (reels) 3:24
  3. Christy Barry's Set (jigs) 4:08
  4. Paddy Fahy's / The Echo (hornpipes) 2:48
  5. Fisherman's Farewell / Junior Crehan's (reels) 3:50
  6. The Mill Pond / The Battering Ram (jigs) 3:00
  7. Dillon's Fancy / Maids In The Meadow / Toss The Feathers (reels) 3:10
  8. Season Of Mists (slow airs) 2:46
  9. Maurice Lennon's / Connie O'Connell's (reels 2:56
  10. Jug Of Brown Ale / Spot The Wollop (jigs) 3:49
  11. Sporting Paddy / The Abbey Reel (reels) 2:30
  12. Green Fields Of Rossbeigh / The New Policeman (reels) 3:14
  13. Blackberry Blossom / Brady's / The Steam Packet (reels) 3:23
  14. The Flowers Of Brooklyn / The Palm Tree / The Bucks Of Oranmore (reels) 3:23

Online Irish flute Tutor Kevin Crawford born in Birmingham, England to parents from Miltown Malbay, Co Clare, Kevin Crawford’s early life was sound-tracked by the resonance of the lively traditional music scene in the midlands city.

Moving to Co. Clare in 1989, he soon became a pivotal member of the effervescent session trail in the Banner county before enhancing his burgeoning reputation in the group Grianán and the trio Raise the Rafters. He then propelled himself to international recognition with Moving Cloud, with whom he recorded Moving Cloud in 1995 and Foxglove in 1998. Kevin joined Lúnasa in January 1997 for a tour of Australia and has been ever-present in the group since. To date, the instrumental quintet have eight albums to their credit while Kevin has released two solo records, ‘D’ Flute Album (1994) and In Good Company (2001). He joined fellow band member, piper Cillian Vallelly for a critically acclaimed duet album, On Common Ground, in 2009. The innovative flute player has appeared as a guest on several albums, including singer Seán Tyrrell’s Cry of a Dreamer (1994) accordionist Joe Derrane’s The Tie That Binds (1998). and American singer-songwriter Natalie Merchant’s 2010 release, Leave Your Sleep.

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