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Up In The Air (Irish Traditional Music Solos Played By The Members Of Danu)
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1Benny McCarthyReel In D / Mary Bergins
Arranged By – B.McCarthyWritten-By – Traditional
2Muireann Nic AmhlaoibhRaghadsa's Mo Cheaití
Arranged By – M.Nic AmhlaoibhWritten-By – Traditional
3Benny McCarthyThe Moving Cloud / Ril Gan Ainm
Arranged By – B.McCarthyWritten-By – Traditional
4Eamonn DoorleySlip Jig/Jig Gan Ainm
Arranged By – E.DoorleyWritten-By – Traditional
5Donnchadh GoughThe Girl From The Big House / Liam O'Flynns
Arranged By – D.GoughWritten-By – Traditional
6Muireann Nic AmhlaoibhMolly Na GCuach Ní Chuilleanáin
Arranged By – M.Nic AmhlaoibhWritten-By – E.Ni Uallachain
7Tom DoorleyKellys Mountain / Liam Archie Reel
Composed By, Arranged By – T.Doorley
8Oisin McAuleyWelcome Home Grainne
Arranged By – O.McAuleyWritten-By – Traditional
9Benny McCarthySlip Jig / The Humours Of Glendart
Arranged By – B.McCarthyWritten-By – Traditional
10Tom DoorleyMooneys Minuet / The Graf Spay / The Long Strand
Arranged By – T.DoorleyWritten-By – T.Doorley, Traditional
11Oisin McAuleyThe Jiggedy Jiggedy Highland / Francie Dearg's Highland / Miss Ramsey's
Arranged By – O.McAuleyWritten-By – Traditional
12Donnchadh GoughTaimse Im'Chodhladh
Arranged By – D.GoughWritten-By – Traditional
13Oisin McAuleyKing Of The Fairies / The New Policeman / The Langstrom Pony
Arranged By – O.McAuleyWritten-By – Traditional
14Donal ClancySeán Ó Duibhir A' Ghleanna
Arranged By – D.ClancyWritten-By – Traditional
15Donal ClancyThe Stone In The Field / The Walls Of Liscarroll
Arranged By – D.ClancyWritten-By – Traditional
16Muireann Nic AmhlaoibhSeán Sa Cheo / John Dohertys / The Highland Man Kissed His Granny
Arranged By – M.Nic AmhlaoibhWritten-By – Traditional
17Donal ClancySpike Island Lasses / Toss The Feathers
Arranged By – D.ClancyWritten-By – Traditional
18Tom DoorleyThe PowerOut/The Dublin Reel
Arranged By – T.DoorleyWritten-By – Traditional


  • CoverDes Dillon
  • Producer, Liner NotesDanú
  • Recorded By, Mixed By, Mastered ByBruno Staehlin


℗ 2004 Shanachie Entertainment Corp.

All tracks recorded in Liam Clancy's Studio,An Rinn,Co.Waterford in November 2003.

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  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LM07
  • Mould SID Code: none


  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Shanachie Entertainment
  • Recorded At – Liam Clancy's Studios
  • Pressed By – L&M Optical Disc


The packaging promises traditional Irish music solos played by the members of Danu, when in reality each track's soloist is accompanied tastefully by subtle guitars, bouzoukis, and accordions. All the bandmembers get a chance to strut their stuff, and the results are effortless wonders of instrumental and vocal prowess - the two beautiful tracks from singer Muireann Nic Amhlaoibh are definite highlights. As a follow-up to the more song-based Road Less Traveled, Up in the Air is simple and celebratory, and an excellent primer for those new to the genre, while remaining a solid collection of pint-filling wonder for the already converted. Irish, Celtic Folk. Songs in album Danú - Up In The Air 2004. Danú - The Moving Cloud, Ril Gan Ainm. Danú - Mooneys Minuet, The Graf Spay, The Long Strand. Danú - The Stone In The Field, The Walls Of Liscarroll. Danú - Raghadsas Mo Chealti. Danú is an Irish traditional music band based in County Waterford, Ireland. First meeting in Waterford in 1994, it was after performing in the Festival Interceltique de Lorient in 2005 that the group decided to consolidate as a band. TDanú is an Irish traditional music band based in County Waterford, Ireland. T read more. Similar Artists. Play all. De Dannan. 43,274 listeners. At The Feis - Irish Traditional Dance Music in Strict Tempo - John Doonan. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Irish traditional music sessions are mostly informal gatherings at which people play Irish traditional music. The Irish language word for session is seisiún. This article discusses tune-playing, although session can also refer to a singing session or a mixed session tunes and songs. Barry Foy's Field Guide to the Irish Music Session defines a session as. Album 2005 18 Songs. Up In the Air Danú. ú is an Irish traditional music band. The founding members of Danú Donnchadh Gough, Dónal Clancy, Daire Bracken, and Benny McCarthy met in Waterford in Ireland in 1994, and consolidated as a band after performing in the Festival Interceltique de Lorient in 1995. Their second album, Think Before You Think 2000 was voted Best Overall Traditional Act by Dublin's magazine Irish Music. They are the only band to have been voted Best Traditional Group twice in the BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards, in 2001 and. Traditional Irish Music Band. Actually, more of that in the show would be fine with me, and not waiting until the second set to do that. However, they certainly knew how to maintain the audience interest and build it to a frenzied excitement. They magically have the ability to play with such soul, and then take it up to another level, and then to another. Sessions are the lifeblood of Irish traditional music. Though they vary in size, quality and instrumental makeup, the format is fixed: a regular musical gathering in a bar, anchored by one or two musicians who are paid - sometimes only in drinks - to play. Friends join in by invitation visiting musicians from out of town might show up, too, unpack their instruments and sit in. Theres no other way to become fluent in the wordless communication among players: the subtle cues of the leader, the amiable loop of melodies played in unison, the spark that ignites a flashy solo. In the diaspora, sessions are also a means of preserving Irish identity