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Music From The Glen

Music From The Glen
Sunday December 7th, 2014 with Colin Henein
Beginnings of Christmas

Good morning everyone. This week, various songs and tunes of interest, and in the last half hour, my opportunity to bring you the traditional music of Christmas!
Peggy McGee's / Sparks St. / The blasted oak
Frank Cassidy / James Stephens - Thomas D'Arcy McGee - Self Canadian
Horse and rider / The underdogs / Left at werewolf
Gavin Marwick - The long road and the far horizons - Self
The saratoga / The washington
Craobh Rua - I'd understand you if I knew what you meant - Self
I can hew
Johnny Collins - The best of the early years - Fellside
Tramps and hawkers
Ewan McLennan - Rags and robes - Fellside
Last words
Shelley Posen - Roseberry Road - Well done music Canadian
Died for love
Martin and Eliza Carthy - The moral of the elephant - Topic
Roll Alabama
Bellowhead - Revival - Island
Nicolas Pellerin et les Grands Hurleurs - Nicolas Pellerin et les Grands Hurleurs - Self Canadian
Nua - Bold - Self Canadian
I am the fox
Nancy Kerr / James Fagan - Twice reflected sun - Self
Midlothian mining song
2duos - Until the cows come home - Artes
Father Michael's
Breabach - The desparate battle of the birds - Self
Beginning of Christmas segment
Shepherds arise
Finest Kind - Feasts and spirits - Fallen angle Canadian
The two children
John Huston - Feasts and spirits
The boar's head
The young tradition - The holly bears the crown - Fledg'ling
The holly and the ivy
John Kirkpatrick - Carolling and crumpets - Fledg'ling
The holly and the ivy
Bella Hardy - Bright morning star - Noe
The holly and the ivy
Nowell sing we clear - The best of - -
St. George
Waterson : Carthy - Holy heathens and the old green man - Topic
Lonesome scenes of winter
Belshazzar's Feast - Frost bites - Wildgoose
The carnal and the crane
Coope, Boyes and Simpson - A garland of carols - No Masters
I saw three ships
The chieftains - The bells of dublin - Claddagh
The king
Steeleye Span - The lark in the morning - Topic