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John F. Larchet: Complete Songs & Airs

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John F. Larchet: Complete Songs & Airs

Various Artists

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1
The Philosophy of Love
00:02:02
2
In Sweet Humility
00:02:43
3
Love’s Question
00:03:53
4
Love, and a Garden
00:03:24
5
Padraic the Fiddiler Arr. for Voice & Violin
00:02:54
6
An Ardglass Boat Song
00:03:42
7
Irish Airs for Violin & Piano, First Set: I. Emer’s Farewell
00:01:45
8
Irish Airs for Violin & Piano, First Set: II. The Wind that Shakes the Barley – The Flower of Donnybrook
00:01:35
9
Irish Airs for Violin & Piano, First Set: III. The Wheelwright
00:01:34
10
Irish Airs for Violin & Piano, First Set: IV. The New Potatoes – The Merry Blacksmith
00:01:05
11
Irish Airs for Violin & Piano, First Set: V. Little Brother of My Heart
00:02:17
12
Irish Airs for Violin & Piano, First Set: VI. The Harvest Home – The Good Natured Man
00:01:37
13
A Stoirin Ban
00:04:43
14
The Bard of Armagh
00:02:25
15
The Song of the Faery Child
00:01:46
16
Diarmuid’s Lament
00:03:04
17
The Thief of the World
00:02:28
18
Irish Airs for Violin & Piano, Second Set: I. Cáit Ní Duibir
00:03:05
19
Irish Airs for Violin & Piano, Second Set: II. Galway Reel
00:01:11
20
Irish Airs for Violin & Piano, Second Set: III. Cradle Song
00:01:57
21
Irish Airs for Violin & Piano, Second Set: IV. Sail round the Rocks – Don’t leave me alone
00:01:39
22
Irish Airs for Violin & Piano, Second Set: V. Lament
00:02:05
23
Irish Airs for Violin & Piano, Second Set: VI. Dunleary Hornpipe – The Hatter’s Hornpipe
00:02:09
24
The Stranger
00:02:38
25
The Wee Boy in Bed
00:03:21
26
The Cormorant
00:03:34
27
Wee Hughie
00:02:38
28
The Small Black Rose
00:04:27
29
Padraic the Fiddiler Arr. for Voice and Piano
00:03:01

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