>> Recordings (others please fill out/complete this list):
>> The Chieftains, 196-?, Soundtrack for Barry Lyndon
>> The Wolfe Tones, Woman of Ireland, 198-?
>> Susan McKeown & the chanting house, Snakes/Mna na hE/ireann(first
>> verse), on
>> the album Bones, Sheila-na-Gig Music, 1995. Distributed in Ireland
>> Sinead O'Connor, Mna na hE/ireann, 1995
>> Kate Bush, Mna na hEireann, orchestral arrangement by Fiachra
>> album Common Ground, produced by Donal Lunny, EMI, 1996.
>I have heard a tinwhistle version that Joannie Madden did for the
>of Space album "Celtic Twilight." No words to her version, though.
>"Being Irish, he had an abiding sense of tragedy which sustained him
>through temporary periods of joy." - W. B. Yeats
Hmm... two more:
Rosalyn Briley did a harp version on "The Rights of Man", a benefit
concert for Joe Dougherty(sp?)..and the first version I heard with
lyrics was on Sean O'Riada's "O'Riada sa Gaeity" I don't remember the
singer though, I'm just pulling both from memory.
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