Eoin O MeachairSi Beag Si Mor
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Monday, January 14, 2008 3:54:27 PM
song updated                               

Tuesday, April 22, 2008 12:00:45 AM
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AOR (All Over the Road)
AOR Overflow
Andys Wide Open Blues Jam
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Traditional Irish arranged by Eoin O Meachair and Greg Boland

Eoin O Meachair & Greg Boland

Song Comments

Andys Wide Open Blues Jam
Allways like this tune, beautiful version of it.


AOR (All Over the Road)
One of harper Turloch O Carolan's (West Meath c 1670) best known compositions. The name (pronounced - and sometimes spelled as - "sheebeg, sheemore") means "Little Fairy, Big Fairy" and refers to a local legend from Co. Leitrim concerning a war between two fairy armies. Other sources, however, claim that the title is taken from the names of two hills near the estate of Squire George Reynolds, one of O'Carolan's first patrons. http://www.qmcorp.net/bbworks/sibeag/


AOR Overflow
One of harper Turloch O Carolan's (West Meath c 1670) best known compositions. The name (pronounced - and sometimes spelled as - "sheebeg, sheemore") means "Little Fairy, Big Fairy" and refers to a local legend from Co. Leitrim concerning a war between two fairy armies. Other sources, however, claim that the title is taken from the names of two hills near the estate of Squire George Reynolds, one of O'Carolan's first patrons. http://www.qmcorp.net/bbworks/sibeag/


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