8 thoughts on “ The Foggy Dew - Eugene ODonnell And James MacCafferty - The Foggy Dew (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  • I really like Eugene Odonnel and James McCafferty’s version on their LP the Foggy Dew. If there was ever a standard for slow airs for me it is these two. There is another part in this version. It’s also in the O’Neal Collection. #.
  • “The Foggy Dew” is the name of an Irish folk song that’s existed since at least , but has a different melody and lyrics. The melody to the Charles O'Neil version comes from another Irish.
  • The Foggy Dew Lyrics: Oh, down the glen I went one morn / To a city there rode I / There Ireland's lines of marchin' men / In squadrons passed me by / No pipe did hum, nor no battle drum / Did send it.
  • “The Foggy Dew” is sometimes alternatively called “Down the Glen”. Despite numerous songs which refer to the Easter Rising in their lyrics, “The Foggy Dew” is considered to be the most representative of the Easter Rising. The expressive style, not only gives the song a .
  • This is one of the most well-known songs about the Easter Rising. As down the glen one Easter morn To a city fair 1 rode I There armed lines of marching men In squadrons passed me by No pipes did hum, no battle drum Did sound its dread tattoo But the Angelus bell o'er the Liffey's swell Rang out in the foggy dew Right proudly high over Dublin town They flug out the flag of war Twas better to.
  • – Eugene O'Donnell: Slow Air: The Foggy Dew Fiddle – Eugene O'Donnell Piano – James McCafferty: 6 – Brian Conway & Tony DeMarco: Strathspeys & Reel: Miss Ramsey'S / Mis Lyall's / The Copper Plate Fiddle – Brian Conway, Tony DeMarco Guitar, Bones – Caesar Pacifici: 7 – Seamus McGuire* & Manus McGuire: Waltz From Orsa3/5(1).
  • Mar 25,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - The Foggy Dew YouTube Live @ Rotterdam - - Music Show Scotland - The Gael - Duration: Music Show Scotland , views.

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