On their first album Cór Gaeilge features many of the songs that have made them festival favorites.
Cór Gaeilge Texais - The Gaelic Chorus of Texas - performs a wide range of Irish and Scottish Gaelic songs in the traditional, unaccompanied style. Organized in 1997, the group has performed at céilithe (céilís), benefits, and festivals, including the 1998 Féile an Phobail in West Belfast, Northern Ireland. Cór Gaeilge performs a diverse range of songs - from hymns to drinking songs, and marches to lullabies.
In addition to performing, the group also teaches, locally and at festivals, as an important element in maintaining interest in the ancient linguistic and musical heritage of the Gaels.
As none are native speakers, the members Cór Gaeilge are constantly honing their individual language and musical skills. Jonquele took the overall women's singing honors at the American National Mòds in 1999, held during the Ligonier, Pennsylvania Highland Games. In 2001, she won the women's slow air competition. The Mòd is sponsored by An Comunn Gaidhealach Aimeireagaidh, the Scots Gaelic learning organization.
Dedicated to learning and sharing songs in Gaelic, the Cór is constantly on the lookout for materials, workshops, and new friends interested in maintaining their heritage.