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The Mad Buckgoat


The Mad Buckgoat

The Mad Buckgoat
DOR-90279
Artist: Baltimore Consort, The
Genre: Ensembles and Orchestras
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The initial spark for this program was a landmark publication called A Collection of the Most Celebrated Irish Tunes, published in Dublin in 1724 by John & William Neal.   One of the earliest documents of the rich and thriving Irish musical tradition, it was the very first collection of exclusively Irish music to emerge in print or manuscript.

The father and son team of John & William Neal were pioneers in the musical life of early eighteenth-century Dublin.   Together their work as instrument makers, publishers, and concert promoters practically monopolized the music trade from the 1720's until William's death in 1769.
-Chris Norman
Performers:

Mary Anne Ballard - treble and bass viols, rebec
Mark Cudek - cittern, Baroque guitar, tenor viol, tenor recorder
Custer LaRue - soprano
Larry Lipkis - viol, soprano recorder
Ronn McFarlane - lute
Chris Norman - wooden flutes, bagpipe

Composers:

 Various

1. The Mad Buckgoat (Poc Air Buille) - J.E. Pigot Collection, c.1840-50
2. Willie Winkie - Pigot, c.1840-50
3. Truagh (An Triúcha) - J. & W. Neal, Celebrated Irish Tunes, 1724
4. The Beggar (An Bockagh) - Ruairí Dall Ó Catháin, c.1650
5. Bugga Fee Hoosa (Bogadh Faoi Shúsa) - William Forde Collection, c.1840-50
6. Girls, Have You Seen George? (A Chailíní, A'bhFaca Sibh Seóirse) - Edward Bunting, Ancient Irish Music, 1796
7. Toss the Feathers (A Clare reel from Frank Keane) - Stanford/Petrie, Irish Music, 1902
8. The Fairy Dance. A Reel - P.W. Joyce Old Irish Folk Music, 1909
9. The Pretty Maid Milking her Cow (Cailín Deas Crúite Na mBó) - Colm O Lochlainn, Irish Street Ballads, 1939
10. The Fidler's Contemt - Ruairí Dall Ó Cathaín
11. The Kerry Star. A Reel - P. Carew's MS, 19th c.
12. The Goroum. A Reel - P. Carew's MS, 19th c.
13. Wild Geese (Gye Fiane) - Neal, 1724
14. Yonder, Westwards, is the Road She Went (Súd É Siar An Ród A D'Imthigh Sí) - Neal, 1724
15. The Old Woman's Hornpipe - Forde, c.1840-50
16. Your Old Wig is the Love of My Heart (Gradh Mo Chroidhe Do Shean Wig) - Pigot, c.1840-50
17. Dwyer's Hornpipe - Joyce, 1909
18. Catty Magee (Caití Na gCuach) - Neal, 1724
19. Kitty Magee - Anon. MS book of dance tunes, c.1750
20. Billy from Bruff - Jack Sheedy, Bruff, Limerick, 1849
21. The Pigot Jig - Pigot, c.1840-50

Total Program Length: 60:01



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