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by Cormorant's Fancy

A band focused on Irish and Scottish traditional and contemporary folk music featuring their own arrangements with fine harmonies and multifaceted instrumentals.
Genre: Folk: Celtic Folk
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1. Johnny I Hardly Knew Ye
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2. Follow Me Up to Carlow
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3. Rakes Set
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6:03 $0.99
4. Four Green Fields
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5. The Sad Courting
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6. Star of the County Down
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7. I Am a Maid that Sleeps in Love
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8. The Kerry Recruit
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9. The Banks o' Doon
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10. Bonnie Laddie, Ye Gang By Me
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11. Sí Beag set
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12. Kilkelly, Ireland
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13. Hector the Hero
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Cormorant's Fancy (cormorantsfancy.com) is a band focused on Irish, Scottish and other Celtic and British Isles traditional and contemporary folk music. Featuring their own arrangements with fine harmonies and multifaceted instrumentals blending concertina, penny whistles, low whistles, guitar, bass, keyboards and bodhran. They have quickly established themselves as one of the finest Celtic bands in central Pennsylvania. They have been characterized as the "the area's most energetic and spellbinding Irish folk band." Their name is based on the Gaelic translation of Diviney's surname - black bird, and a fancy being a fiddle tune.


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