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by Noirin Ni Riain

  • Author: Noirin Ni Riain
  • ISBN: 1564553450
  • ISBN13: 978-1564553454
  • ePub: 1195 kb | FB2: 1167 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Music
  • Publisher: Sounds True, Incorporated (September 1, 1995)
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Stor Amhran (Wealth of Songs from the Irish Tradition) ePub download

Nóirín Ní Riain (born 1951, Caherconlish, County Limerick) is an Irish singer, writer, teacher, theologian, and authority on Gregorian Chant (plainchant, plainsong).

Nóirín Ní Riain (born 1951, Caherconlish, County Limerick) is an Irish singer, writer, teacher, theologian, and authority on Gregorian Chant (plainchant, plainsong). She is primarily known for spiritual songs, but also sings Celtic music, Sean-nós and Indian songs. Nóirín plays an Indian harmonium (surpeti), shruti box and feadóg (whistle). She was Artist-in-Residence for Wexford and Laois. She performs with her sons Eoin and Mícheál Ó Súilleabháin under the name .

Stór Amhrán (A Wealth of Songs) is a music album by Irish singer Nóirín Ní Riain. It was released in 1988 and features mostly ancient and traditional songs, many of which have been recorded for the first time by Ní Riain. Bhúrcaigh Bhuí Ón gCéim. Idir Deighre Is Breó. Cois Abha Móire Na nDéise. Lairín an Ghearaltaigh. Cré Bhaile Mhac Óda. Ar Bhruach na Laoi. Ainnir Charraig Na Siúire.

Ainnir Charraig Na Siúire. 14. Réidhchnoc Mnÿ Duibhe. 15. Gleanntÿn Araglain Aoibhinn. 16. Bean Dubh an Ghleanna. 17. Seacht Ndólás Na Maighdine Muire. Funding for US. ov and content contributors is made possible from the . Congress, E-Government Act of 2002.

On this immaculate recording, NA3irA-n NA- Riain - renowned for her recordings with the monks of Glenstal - recreates 19 songs in the nearly-lost sean nA3s Gaelic vocal style. Her singing is like a voice from heaven - of startling clarity, blissful, and evocative of profound spiritual grace. Recorded on the holy feast day of Saint Ciaran, this is music steeped in Irish mysticism - music that reverberates long afterward in the listener's mind. Eighteen traditional songs, including: Aamann MhagAine; Le hAis na SiAire; Sliabh Geal gCua; A BhArcaigh BhuA- A3n gCA(c)im; and more.

Stór amhrán : a wealth of songs from the Irish tradition. Stór amhrán : a wealth of songs from the Irish tradition, Nóirín Ní Riain ; eagarthóir na dtéacsanna Roibeárd Ó hUrdail ; cóipeáil an cheoil Kevin Healy ; aistriúcháin na dtéacsanna Seán Ó Duinn. Australian/Harvard Citation.

Nóirín Ní Riain (born 1951, Caherconlish, County Limerick) is an Irish vocalist. Ní Riain studied music at University College, Cork, specializing in religious music. Her performance and recordings include religious, Irish traditional and international religious music. Ní Riain currently performs with her sons Eoin and Mícháel O'Súilleabháin under the name .

A Wealth of Songs from the Irish Tradition. With startling clarity, Ni Riain recreates the nearly-lost sean nos style of Gaelic singing, drawing from a deep spiritual well with origins in Ireland's most treasured tradition. Noirin Ni Riain's angelic soprano reaches down into our hearts - a healing presence that lingers long after the music has faded. Steeped in mysticism, Stor Amhran is a vivid mirror of Ireland's most enduring musical landscape.

On this immaculate recording, Nóirín Ní Riain - renowned for her recordings with the monks of Glenstal - recreates 19 songs in the nearly-lost sean nós Gaelic vocal style. Her singing is like a voice from heaven - of startling clarity, blissful, and evocative of profound spiritual grace. Accompanied by pipe organ, Indian harmonium, pennywhistle, and the celebrated voices of the Benedictine monks of Glenstal Abbey. Recorded on the holy feast day of Saint Ciaran, this is music steeped in Irish mysticism - music that reverberates long afterward in the listener's mind. Eighteen traditional songs, including: Éamann Mhagáine; Le hAis na Siúire; Sliabh Geal gCua; A Bhúrcaigh Bhuí ón gCéim; and more.
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