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2 more Moves Through the Fair

I have just mended a broken link in the previous installment of “She moves Through the Fair”. Here are two more, from Tir Eolas: and Tara McNeill:

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West meets East

On Friday I attended an excellent concert by the Australian Chamber Orchestra and the Tawadros brothers, Joseph and James. They played a mixture of Verdi’s 4 Seasons interspersed by original pieces by Joseph Tawadros. The Youtube clip froman earlier concert … Continue reading

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Ghost Stories

The first video was directed by my daughter whilst at the Australian Film Television and Radio School last year, and weaves together stories of hard times in the early days of Sydney’s Newtown district: Plug in the headphones, switch off … Continue reading

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She Moved Through the Fair

“She Moved Through the Fair” (or “She Moves Through the Fair”) is a traditional Irish folk song. Here are three very different versions. The first, simple perfection, unaccompanied from Anne Briggs The second an orchestrated version from Harpist Loreena McKennitt, with … Continue reading

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More from Davey Graham

I finaly found an uninterupted recording of the “She Moves Through the Fair” variations, rejoicing in the title of: She Moved Thru’ the Bizarre/ Blue Raga Wikipedia has this to say about a Jimmy Page piece called White Summer: “Alleged … Continue reading

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