There is a lot of singing, violin and acoustic guitar playing going on here as I type this... at the site of The Old Fire Station, Aberdeen... Everybody seems to be thoroughly enjoying themselves! I'm going off to join in!!!
Post by Sandy Wilderness Girl on Mar 17, 2010 22:30:46 GMT
Hey im a bit late hey....couldnt log in yesterday arvo hey....BUT Happy St Pats day hey....NOW tell me this hey....why do we celebrate St Patricks day here in OZ when he is the guy that drove all the snakes out of Ireland and sent them over to us hey..... didnt do us any favours hey ..... Sandy xxx
I have a question... Today, in order to honour this day, I've been listening to a very beautiful song. It is called Song for Ireland, and as far as I could reasearch, it's been composed by Phil and June Colclough, and the most known and popular versions are the ones performed by The Dubliners or Mary Black. However, my favourite version, the one I've been listening to is one a little bit similar to the Mary Black one, only voice and piano, but with a lighter and brighter voice than that of Mary... I've done some research and found it credited to an artist/band called "Celtic Spirit", appearing on an album called "Celtic Dreams"... I was wondering who was the singer, but couldn't find the information... Maybe someone knows it...