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Leo Rowsome: Classics of Irish Piping Vol. 1

Leo Rowsome: Classics of Irish Piping Vol. 3 (Topic 12T259)

Classics of Irish Piping Vol. 1
Leo Rowsome

Topic Records 12T259 (LP, UK, 1975)

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This is a compilation of recordings made between 1926 and 1944 in London for the HMV and Columbia labels.

Production and remastering by Tony Engle;
Sleeve notes by Sean Reid;
Sleeve photograph by Brendan Grimes;
Sleeve design by Tony Engle;
Original recordings from the collections of Tony Engle and Reg Hall, and from the EMI record library

Musicians

Leo Rowsome, pipes

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. Kiss the Maid Behind the Barrel / Touch Me If You Dare Irish reels (3.20)
    (HMV BD1312 [OEL11], Dublin, April 24, 1937)
  2. Top of the Cork Road / The Irish Washerwoman jigs (3.05)
    (HMV BD1312 [OEL9], Dublin, April 24, 1937)
  3. Boulavogue / The Old Bog Road airs of '98 (3.02)
    (HMV BD1313 [OEL56], Dublin, March 12, 1938)
  4. The Boys of Wexford / Kelly the Boy from Killane marches (2.47)
    (HMV BD1313 [OEL57], Dublin, March 12, 1938)
  5. Boil the Breakfast Early / The Heather Breeze reels (3.21)
    (HMV BD1314 [OEL7], Dublin, April 24, 1937)
  6. Savourneen Deelish / Clare's Dragoons air & march (3.09)
    (HMV BD1314 [OEL8], Dublin, April 24, 1937)
  7. The Blackbird (3.13)
    (HMV BD1315 [S2922], Dublin, July 19, 1937)
  1. St. Patrick's Day (3.10)
    (HMV BD1315 [S2923], Dublin, July 19, 1937)
  2. Rights of Man / Wexford / Dunphy's Hornpipe hornpipes (2.45)
    (Columbia 4122 [A3672], London, August 10, 1926)
  3. The Broom / Star of Munster / The Milliner's Daughter Irish reels (2.54)
    (Columbia 4122 [A3674], London, August 10, 1926)
  4. Day Dreams / The Low Backed Car waltzes (2.49)
    (Columbia 4123 [A3675], London, August 10, 1926)
  5. Kitty's Rambles / Donnybrook Fair / The Butcher's March Irish jigs (2.49)
    (Columbia 4123 [A3676], London, August 10, 1926)
  6. The Plains of Boyle / Bantry Bay Hornpipe hornpipes (3.14)
    (HMV IM1002 [OEL297], Dublin, February 23, 1944)
  7. The Collier's Reel / The Maid of Tramore reels (3.14)
    (HMV IM1002 [OEL298], Dublin, February 24, 1944)

> Folk Music > Records > William Andrews, Liam Walsh: Classics of Irish Piping Vol. 2

William Andrews, Liam Walsh: Classics of Irish Piping Vol. 2

William Andrews, Liam Walsh: Classics of Irish Piping Vol. 3 (Topic 12T262)

Classics of Irish Piping Vol. 2
William Andrews, Liam Walsh

Topic Records 12T262 (LP, UK, 1975)

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Liam Walsh was recorded at the HMV studios in Hayes, Middlesex, 1924-26;
William Andrews was recorded in London (1928) and Dublin (1930);
Produced by Tony Engle;
Sleeve notes by Sean Reid;
Sleeve design by Tony Russell;
Seeve photograph of Liam Walsh from the collection of Reg Hall;
Original recordings from the collections of Reg Hall and Tony Engle, and from the EMI Record Library

Musicians

William Andrews, Liam Walsh, pipes;
Joe Milton, banjo [9, 13]

Tracks

Side 1: Liam WalshSide 2: William Andrews
  1. The Portlaw Reel (3.03)
    (HMV B2308 [Bb6677-1], September 10, 1925)
  2. The Faithful Brown Cow air (2.55)
    (HMV B2548 [Bb6660-4], January 8, 1926)
  3. Billy Taylor’s Fancy hornpipe (2.56)
    (HMV B2308 [Bb6661-2], September 8, 1925)
  4. The Garden of Daisies set dance (3.10)
    (HMV B2073 [Bb5151-1], September 30, 1924)
  5. The Banks of the Suir air & reel (3.08)
    (HMV B2073 [Bb5168-2], October 2, 1924)
  6. The Mountain Lark / Dan McCarthy’s Fancy reels (3.01)
    (HMV B2157 [Bb6662-1], September 8, 1925)
  7. The Cliffs of Moher / Saddle the Pony double jigs (3.00)
    (HMV B2157 [Bb6663-1], September 8, 1925)
  1. Yellow John / Kitty’s Rambles double jigs (2.54)
    (Parlophone E3574 [E2132], September 1928)
  2. Speed the Plough / Johnny Gorman reels (2.51)
    (Parlophone E3575 [E3518-1], July 1930)
  3. Ask My Father / The Mountain Lark single jigs (2.59)
    (Parlophone E3571 [E2129], September 1928)
  4. May Day / The Cuckoo’s Nest hornpipes (2.46)
    (Parlophone E3576 [E2135], September 1928)
  5. Smash the Windows single jig / Rocky Road to Dublin slip jig (2.55)
    (Parlophone E3576 [E2128], September 1928)
  6. Bonnie Kate / First House in Connaught reels (2.43)
    (Parlophone E3575 [E3518-1], July 1930)
  7. Munster Buttermilk. double jig (3.12)
    (Parlophone E3574 [E2133], September 1928)

> Folk Music > Records > Leo Rowsome: Classics of Irish Piping Vol. 3

Leo Rowsome: Classics of Irish Piping Vol. 3

Leo Rowsome: Classics of Irish Piping Vol. 3 (Topic 12T322)

Classics of Irish Piping Vol. 3
Leo Rowsome

Topic Records 12T322 (LP, UK, 1977)

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This is a compilation of recordings made between 1925 and 1948 in London for the Rex, Imperial and Winner labels.

Production and remastering by Tony Engle;
Sleeve notes by Sean Reid;
Sleeve design by Tony Engle;
Original recordings from the collection of Reg Hall

Musicians

Leo Rowsome, pipes;
unidentified violin accompaniment [13-14]

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. Gillian's Apples / The Maid of Tramore jigs (2.55)
    (REX 15024 [TB2699-1], December 12, 1936)
  2. The Independent Hornpipe / The Star Hornpipe hornpipes (2.50)
    (REX 15026 [TB2700-1], December 12, 1936)
  3. The Fairie's Revels / I Won't Be a Nun marches (2.52)
    (REX 15027 [TB2694-1], December 12, 1936)
  4. Higgin's Hornpipe / The Queen of May hornpipes (2.55)
    (REX 15048 [DR12553-1], July 28, 1948)
  5. The Frieze Breeches seven part Irish jig (2.55)
    (REX 15048 [DR12550-1], July 27, 1948)
  6. Tomorrow Morning / The Cloone Hornpipe hornpipes (2.58)
    (REX 15045 [DR12555-1], July 28, 1948)
  7. The Bunch of Keys / Buckley's Fancy reels (2.33)
    (REX 15024 [TB2702-1], December 12, 1936)
  8. The Sweep's Hornpipe / The Friendly Visit hornpipes (2.59)
    (REX 15045 [DR12556-1], July 28, 1948)
  1. The Cook in the Kitchen / Rakes of Kildare jigs (2.55)
    (REX 15027 [TB2692-1], December 12, 1936)
  2. Jockey to the Fair set dance (2.40)
    (REX 15026 [TB2701], December 12, 1936)
  3. My Darling Asleep / Tongues of Fire Irish jigs (2.50)
    (REX 15046 [DR12554-1], July 28, 1948)
  4. Brian O'Lynn / The Newly Married Couple Irish jigs (2.51)
    (REX 15046 [DR12548-1], July 27, 1948)
  5. A Nation Once Again / The Bold Fenian Men / Fainne Geal an Lac marches (3.00)
    (Imperial 2867 [6374-2], April 1933)
  6. Shandon Bells / Haste to the Wedding jigs (3.02)
    (Imperial 2867 [6375], April 1933)
  7. Snowy Breasted Pearl jigs (2.54)
    (Winner 4260 [9441], July 1925)
  8. Rocky Road to Dublin slip jig (2.51)
    (Winner 4260 [9442], July 1925)

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Leo Rowsome: Classics of Irish Piping

Leo Rowsome: Classics of Irish Piping (Topic TSCD471)

Classics of Irish Piping
Leo Rowsome

Topic Records TSCD471 (CD, UK, 1998)

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This collection is a (shortened) compilation of two Topic albums, Leo Rowsome, Classics of Irish Piping Volume 1 and Volume 3, released in 1975 and 1977. These in turn were taken from recordings made between 1926 and 1948 for the Rex, HMV and Columbia labels.

Musicians

Leo Rowsome, pipes

Tracks

  1. Boil the Breakfast Early / The Heather Breeze reels (3.21)
  2. Savourneen Deelish / Clare's Dragoons air & march (3.09)
  3. The Blackbird (3.13)
  4. St. Patrick's Day (3.10)
  5. Boulavogue / The Old Bog Road airs (3.02)
  6. The Boys of Wexford / Kelly the Boy from Killane marches (2.47)
  7. Rights of Man / Wexford / Dunphy's Hornpipe hornpipes (2.45)
  8. The Broom / Star of Munster / The Milliner's Daughter reels (2.54)
  9. Day Dreams / The Low Backed Car waltzes (2.49)
  10. Kitty's Rambles / Donnybrook Fair / The Butcher's March jigs (2.49)
  11. The Plains of Boyle / Bantry Bay Hornpipe hornpipes (3.14)
  12. The Collier's Reel / The Maid of Tramore reels (3.14)
  13. Gillian's Apples / The Maid of Tramore jigs (2.55)
  14. The Independent Hornpipe / The Star Hornpipe hornpipes (2.50)
  15. The Frieze Breeches seven part jig (2.55)
  16. Tomorrow Morning / The Cloone Hornpipe hornpipes (2.58)
  17. The Cook in the Kitchen / Rakes of Kildare jigs (2.55)
  18. The Sweep's Hornpipe / The Friendly Visit hornpipes (2.59)
  19. Jockey to the Fair set dance (2.40)
  20. My Darling Asleep / Tongues of Fire jigs (2.50)
  21. Higgin's Hornpipe / The Queen of May hornpipes (2.55)
  22. The Fairie's Revels / I Won't Be a Nun marches (2.52)
  23. Shandon Bells / Haste to the Wedding jigs (3.02)
  24. Rocky Road to Dublin slip jig (2.51)

Tracks 1-12 are from Classics of Irish Piping Volume 1 (12T259, 1975);
Tracks 13-24 are from Classics of Irish Piping Volume 3 (12T322, 1977)