TradConnect member Enda Seery Tonight 3rd March on Geantraí

For those of you that follow the great TG4 Series Geantraí on Sunday nights check in this Sunday for Episode 3 that will be hosted by Harper Freda Hatton and will feature Tradconnect member Enda Seery. The episode will be from Egan's pub in Westmeath and will feature a whole range of musicians from the area which we have highlighted below.  Great to see Enda on the guest list where he will no doubt be playing some tunes from his forthcoming album Peace Of The Countryside.  We include a track that we believe will be from that album below.  We look forward to getting our hands on a copy.  Check out his website where he has loaded up a lot of tracks.  A treasure trove from any whistle players out there.

These are the items that will appear on this week's episode ...

1  -  Freda Hatton, Kenneth Hatton, Camillius Hiney & Dave Sheridan - 'The Wandering Minstrel' & 'The battering Ram'  

2  - Enda Seery & John Byrne - Day trip to Galway ',' The Golden keyboard '&' John Blessing ' 

 - Audrey Murphy, Alison Henshaw, Niamh Brett & Neil Fitzgibbon - 'The hole in the hedge', 'Christy Barry's' & 'Sweet Biddy Daly' 

4  - Brendan Doyle, Johnny Duffy & Sharleen McCaffery - 'The Rose in the Heather', 'Pay the Reckoning' & 'Paddy Clancy's'

5  - Brendan Doyle, Johnny Duffy & Noel Carberry - Reels' Sporting Paddy ',' St. Annes's Reel '&' Union Reel

6  - Padraic Keena song 'Sweet King Williamstown'

7  - Freda Hatton, Kenneth Hatton, Camillus Hiney & Dave Sheridan


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Comment by Enda Seery on March 3, 2013 at 18:09

Thank you TradConnect as always! Yes, the track included here is the opening track from my forthcoming album release 'Síochain na Tuaithe' (Peace of the Countryside). Tonight on Geantraí will see me playing a mix of tunes from two tracks on the new album on Eb whistle with John Byrne on guitar: 3 reels, Day Trip to Galway (comp Enda Seery), The Golden Keyboard (comp Martin Mulhaire), John Blessing's (trad). Regards, Enda. 

Comment by Cayden on February 27, 2013 at 15:32
As always, great play on the whistles as I enjoyed listening to the tracks provided. I am always intrigued by your superb use of ornamentation. Very inspiring to whistle players everywhere.



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