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Joe Heaney (Seosamh Ó hÉanaí): Other Releases


Irish Music in London Pubs

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  • Irish Music in London Pubs
    • 1965 - Folkways FG 3575 LP
  • Side One
    1. If You Ever Go Over to Ireland/Rakish Paddy/Town of Oranmore (medley) — Michael Gorman, Seamus Ennis, Tommy McGuire
    2. Tralee Jane and Maggie in the Wood — Michael Gorman, Paddy Breen, Pat Howley
    3. The Rocks of Bawn — Joe Heaney
    4. Casadh An t-Sugain (The Twisting of the Hay-Rope) — Seamus Ennis
    5. The Mountain Road/The Heather Breeze (medley) — Michael Gorman, Margaret Barry, Tommy McGuire
    6. She Moves through the Fair — Michael Gorman and Margaret Barry
    7. Smash the Windows/Off She Goes/Flannagan's Ball/The Frost is All Over (medley) — Michael Gorman, Margaret Barry, Pat Howley
  • Side Two
    1. Morrissey and the Russian Sailor — Joe Heaney
    2. The Maid I Ne'er Forgot — Michael Gorman, Margaret Barry, Tommy McGuire
    3. The Boys of Blue Hill — Michael Gorman, Margaret Barry, Tommy McGuire
    4. The Jolly Tinker — Michael Gorman, Margaret Barry, Paddy Breen
    5. Spailpin Fanac — Joe Heaney
    6. The Swallow's Tail/The Sligo Maid (medley) — Michael Gorman, Margaret Barry, Tommy McGuire
    7. The Bunch of Keys — Michael Gorman, Margaret Barry, Pat Howley
    8. The Blarney Stone — Michael Gorman and Margaret Barry
    9. Reel — Pub musicians

  • Musicians
    • Joe Heaney: Vocal
    • Margaret Barry: Vocal and Banjo
    • Michael Gorman: Fiddle
    • Paddy Breen: Flagolet (Tin Whistle)
    • Pat Howley: Flute
    • Seamus Ennis: Uilleann Pipes
    • Tommy McGuire: Melodeon
  • Credits
    • Produced by Peter K. Siegel & Ralph Rinzler
    • Recorded at The King's Arms, Kentish Town and The Bedford Arms, Camdon Town in London
    • Recorded by Ralph Rinzler & Barry Murphy
    • Editedby Peter Siegel
    • Cover Artwork: A.D. Moore

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Seoda Ceoil 2

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  • Seoda Ceoil 2
    • 1969 - Gael-Linn CEF022 LP
  • Side One
    1. Cois Abhann na Séad [Air]/O'Callaghan's [Hornpipe] — Séamus Ennis
    2. The Oak Tree [Reel] — Séan Keane
    3. Amhrán na Páise [Song] — Seosamh Ó hÉanaí
    4. Miss Monaghan/The Flags of Dublin/Hand me Down the Tackle [Reels] — Séamus Ennis
    5. James Gannon's/The Castlebar Races [Jigs] — John Joe Gannon
    6. D'Éirigh mé ar Maidin [Song] — Seosamh Ó hÉanaí
    7. Jenny's Welcome to Charlie/The Connaught Heifer [Reels] — Seán Keane
  • Side Two
    1. The Wind that Shakes the Barley/Kelly's Drowsy Maggie [Reels] — Seán Keane
    2. Crónán na Máthar [Air]/T'Athair Jack Walsh [Jig] — Séamus Ennis
    3. A Chailín Bhig na Luachra [Song] — Seosamh Ó hÉanaí
    4. The Green Gates/Miss Thornton [Reels] — John Joe Gannon
    5. Willie Clancy's/Garret Barry's [Jigs] — Seán Keane
    6. Colonel Frazer/The Braes of Busby [Reels] — Séamus Ennis
    7. Tom Moran's Fancy/The Streamstown Jig [Single Jigs] — John Joe Gannon
    8. O'Keeffe's Speed the Plough/The Merry Blacksmith/The Music of the Forge [Reels] — Séamus Ennis

  • Musicians
    • Seosamh Ó hÉanaí (Joe Heaney): Vocals
    • Séamus Ennis: Uilleann Pipes
    • John Joe Gannon: Accordion
    • Seán Keane: Fiddle
  • Credits
    • Sleeve Notes: Séamus Mac Mathúna

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Bloomsday: James Joyce and Nora Barnacle — A Tribute

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  • Bloomsday: James Joyce and Nora Barnacle – A Tribute
    • 1982 - Aquitaine Records AQA 16 LP
  • Side One
    1. Molly Bloom's Monologue (From Ulysses)
    2. Will You Come Over the Mountain? — Joe Heaney
    3. Bloomsday (words: Maureen Charlton, air: Annette Perry)
    4. Peigín agus Peadar — Joe Heaney
    5. The Lass of Aughrim
    6. Seacht ndólás na Maighdine Muire (The seven sorrows of Mary)
  • Side Two
    1. A Stór mo Chroí (The American Wake) — Joe Heaney
    2. Caoine (Keen)
    3. Óró sé do bheatha 'bhaile! (Óró! Hail to your homecoming!) — Joe Heaney
    4. Anna Livia Plurabelle (From Finnegan's wake)
    5. Sandymount Strand (words: Maureen Charlton, air: Annette Perry)

  • Musicians
    • Joe Heaney: Vocals
    • Treasa O'Driscoll: Vocals
  • Credits
    • Recorded live in Toronto on the occasion of James Joyce's Centenary birthday, February 2, 1982.

Index

Roaratorio: An Irish Circus on Finnegan's Wake

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  • Roaratorio: An Irish Circus on Finnegan's Wake
    • 1982 - Athenäum Verlag ISBN 3-7610-8185-5 Cassette
  • Side One
    1. John Cage Reading Roaratorio (Beginning)
    2. Roaratorio. An Irish Circus On Finnegans Wake
      • A Radio Play, Part I
  • Side Two
    1. Roaratorio. An Irish Circus On Finnegans Wake
      • A Radio Play, Part II
    2. Laughtears (Conclusion)
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  • Roaratorio: An Irish Circus on Finnegan's Wake
    • 1992 - Mode Records 28-29 CD(x2)
    • 2002 - Mode Records 28-29 CD(x2)
1992/2002
  • Disc One
    • Roaratorio: An Irish Circus on Finnegans Wake (1979)
      • For Speaker, Irish Musicians and 62-track tape
        1. Part One (to line 220)
        2. Part Two (to Line 406)
        3. Part Three (to Line 594)
        4. Part Four (to End)
    • Laughtears (1979)
      • Conversation between John Cage & Klaus Schöning on Roaratorio
        1. Beginning
  • Disc Two
    • Laughtears (1979)
      • Conversation between John Cage & Klaus Schöning on Roaratorio
        1. Conclusion
    • Writing for the Second Time Through Finnegans Wake (1976-79)
      • John Cage, speaker
        1. Part One (to Line 220)
        2. Part Two (to Line 406)
        3. Part Three (to Line 594)
        4. Part Four (to End)

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  • Roaratorio: An Irish Circus on Finnegan's Wake
    • 1994 - Wergo WER 6303-2 CD(x2)
  • Side One
    1. Roaratorio
      • Ein Irischer Circus uber Finnegans Wake/An Irish Circus on Finnegans Wake
  • Side Two
    1. Writing for the Second Time Through
      • Finnegans Wake (Ausschnitt/Excerpt) — John Cage, Stimme/Speaker

  • Musicians
    • Joe Heaney: Vocals
    • John Cage: Spoken Word
    • Matt Malloy: Flute
    • Mel Mercier: Bodhran
    • Paddy Glackin: Fiddle
    • Peadar Mercier: Bodhran
    • Seamus Ennis: Uillean Pipes
  • Credits
    • A Radio Play by John Cage
    • First Broadcast: October 22, 1979
    • Production: South German Radio, Stuttgart, West German Radio, Cologne & Catholic Radio Broadcasting, Hilversum
    • Technical Assistance: IRCAM, Paris
    • Editor: Klaus Schöning (Studio Acoustic Art of the West German Radio)
    • Editor Assistant: Peter Behrendsen
    • Liner Notes: John Cage
    • Liner Note Translation: Eliza Burnham, Marc Farre & Robert Schnorr
    • Photography: Fanny Schöning & Klaus Schöning
    • Athenäum Verlag (1982)
      • Cover Design: Design Team, Munich
    • Mode Releases (1992 & 2002)
      • Executive Producer: Brian Brandt
      • Production Coordinator: Alice Hom
      • Editing & Mastering: Mikhail Liberman
      • Art Direction: Brian Brandt
      • Graphic Design: Alice Hom
    • Wergo Release (1994)
      • Cover Illustration: John Cage Handwritten I-Ching (for Roaratorio)

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