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Channel Title : mike rayner videos

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Published Date : 2015-06-20T13:14:07.000Z

Best Ever Folk Songs. Irish Boy. Sad Celtic Country Music. Old Films Movies of Ireland. Traditional Flute Piano And Keyboard instrumental Song Music Remix. New music with a video film made from clips of old movies and short films of Ireland to go with the Celtic folk music. my best ever homemade folk music song and video remix. compiled by me! no others quite like this. i hope you like my remix of this beautiful and original folk music song Title 'irish boy' by Mark Knopfler. Celtic Tin Flute or Tin Whistle (Classical Music). Popular Old Time Country Music. Easy Listening and Relaxing Traditional songs and music. Top instrumental remake of the song Irish Boy by the Scottish songwriter Mark Knopfler! British, English and irish Folk Music. Pop Acoustic Guitarist and Folk Music composer Mark Knopfler including guitars Fiddle mandolin Violin and Organ Bagpipes Pipers mix. i tried to make it sound sad a bit like The Famous St Patrick's Day derry Air Song 'Danny Boy'. some people call this song 'Londonderry Air' celebrated around the world and especially in the UK ireland USA Australia and Canada. Old Pub Folk Song. please note that although i have Played Remixed and changed the Irish Boy Music Soundtrack i Do Not Own it, this and the original Country Music Folk Tune is Owned By the British Composer Mark Knopfler. please like and share it for me yours love mike. p.s. i have another Irish Folk Song (Danny Boy) Tin Flute & Harp Instrumental Music video on my channel with lots more old sad irish Countryside films and movies With Clips of Dublin and Belfast Showing Both Southern And Northern Ireland Including a Very Rare Old Film Footage Of Real Soldiers In World War 1 :)
    

Channel Title : Carol C. Phillips

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Published Date : 2018-06-26T18:46:02.000Z

    

Channel Title : CelticWomanVEVO

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Published Date : 2009-11-29T01:41:18.000Z

Music video by Celtic Woman performing Danny Boy.
    

Channel Title : Caitlin Heaney Music

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Published Date : 2010-03-19T23:12:39.000Z

***UPDATE 2019*** You wonderful people have brought this video to almost 3,000,000 views, and I am so grateful for that. I just wanted to share that I have sung this song many times with one of my closest friends, a beautiful 80-year-old soul named Jim O'Brien. He played piano and organ for almost 60 years, and we would sing this sometimes when we had our twice monthly dinners. I had the chance to whisper this song to him when I said goodbye to him for the last time yesterday, as he prepares to cross the veil that separates this life from the next. If you listen to this song and think of a loved one who has passed like I will always think of Jim, please know that you have all my love and condolences. If you would like to use this arrangement for a funeral, please feel free to contact me at my Caitlin Heaney Music facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/CaitlinHeaneyMusic/. Love love love Caitlin --- I think this is the most beautiful song ever written. And probably the saddest. I was listening to it driving home from a trip once, and my mom and I both had tears streaming down our faces. So I promised her I'd put it up in honor of our Irish heritage. I created the piano part. I'm playing as well. Go n-eírí an bóthar leat. May the road rise with you.
    

Channel Title : Choral Scholars of University College Dublin

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Published Date : 2016-02-05T23:27:08.000Z

Traditional Irish arr. Desmond Earley Text by Seán Clárach Mac Dómhnaill From the album ‘Invisible Stars – Choral Works from Ireland and Scotland’ The Choral Scholars of University College Dublin Artistic Director: Desmond Earley Solo: Mark Waters Bodhrán: Tristan Rosenstock (track) / Brian Garvin (visual) Released on Signum Records BUY IT NOW: http://hyperurl.co/invisiblestars Sheet music: http://www.seoltamusic.com/all_scores_searched.php?product=35 The UCD Choral Scholars released their debut international recording on Signum Records on 11th December 2015 (USA and Canada – 12th February 2016). The disc, entitled Invisible Stars is an enchanting collection of traditional and contemporary choral music from Ireland and Scotland and features arrangements and new compositions by some of Ireland’s most celebrated composers for choir, including Michael McGlynn, Brendan Graham, Ivo Antognini, Bill Whelan and the group’s artistic director, Desmond Earley. Video by Zucca Films: http://www.zuccafilms.ie/ A Zucca Films Production DoP - Richard Kendrick Editor - Emmet Reddy Animator - Chris Lynch Colourist - Leandro Arouca @ Media Milk, Dublin Costume - Alex Calder Art Director - Declan Winser Website: http://www.ucdchoralscholars.ie Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/ucdchoralscho... Twitter: @UCDChoral
    

Channel Title : CelticWomanVEVO

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Published Date : 2009-11-29T01:50:05.000Z

Music video by Celtic Woman performing Amazing Grace.
    

Channel Title : smfimiki

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Published Date : 2007-05-17T04:08:19.000Z

A deleted scene featuring the "Song of the Rebel Irish", from the film "Gods and Generals". Lyrics are below. And as a general note, I do not approve of cussing or the use of foul language and if any post contains anything of that sort, I will delete it. I don't have any problem with discussion over this video, but keep it clean and dignified. I have ancestors who fought on both sides of the war and I have Irish, French, English, Native American, and African American blood. So please, I don't want to hear anything demeaning regarding race. Personally, I think the Civil War was a very sad time in America's history and I sympathize with both sides as well as those who were not Americans and yet fought in the war. LYRICS: Oh, not now for songs of a nation's wrongs, not the groans of starving labor; Let the rifle ring and the bullet sing to the clash of the flashing sabre! There are Irish ranks on the tented banks of Columbia's guarded ocean; And an iron clank from flank to flank tells of armed men in motion. The Irish green shall again be seen as our Irish fathers bore it, A burning wind from the South behind, and the Yankee rout before it! O'Neil's red hand shall purge the land- Rain a fire on men and cattle, Till the Lincoln snakes in their own cold lakes Plunge from the blaze of battle. Whoe'er shall march by triumphal arch Whoe'er may swell the slaughter, Our drums shall roll from the Capitol O'er Potomac's fateful water! Rise, bleeding ghosts, to the Lord of Hosts For judgement final and solemn; Your fanatic horde to the edge if the sword Is doomed line, square, and column! (full lyrics can be found here http://forum.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=messageboard.viewThread&entryID=30643573&groupID=104748888&adTopicID=21&Mytoken=20FB504F-66F2-4FEA-85D89D0F33BFFE7D1169561)
    

Channel Title : Quantum Digital

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Published Date : 2015-03-15T10:15:40.000Z

"A ghaoil, leig dhachaigh gum mhàthair mi " Love let me home to my mother performed by Julie Fowlis Taken from Julie’s fourth studio album, this hypnotic and mysterious song tells the tale of a young girls’ encounter with the ‘each-uisge’ or water-horse. Featuring award winning Scottish ensemble RANT, with strings arranged by flautist and composer Tom Doorley. Love, let me home to my mother Love, let me home to my mother Darling, let me home to my mother Love, let me home to my mother I only came for the cattle. It was only last night That I heard that my love was herding And though you found me at the perimeter of the cattle fold Love, let me home as you found me. I was clambering up the dykes And descending the ridges When a friendly lad met me And he did not enforce his friendship on me. Though you were to give me cattle and sheep Though you were to give me tethered horses Though you were to give me that and men Love, let me home as you found me. My mother and father will chastise you My clan and my relatives will chastise you But my three brothers will kill you If I don’t return home as I came. My mother promised me a gown Decorated with the newest of ribbons And she promised me a new plaid If I return home the way you found me.
    

Channel Title : TheCosmicMundane

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Published Date : 2011-07-01T21:21:13.000Z

A song of goodbye. If you would like to use this song at a memorial service send me an email through my website cosmicmundane.net.
    

Channel Title : Dermott Studio

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Published Date : 2014-03-30T00:37:09.000Z

John McDermott The Old Man (LIVE) "The Irish Tenors Live from Dublin" DVD (1998) click "Show more" to see lyrics. Lyrics: The tears have all been she'd now, we've said our last goodbye His souls been blessed, he's laid to rest and it's now I feel alone He was more than just a father, a teacher my best friend He can still be heard in the tunes we shared when we play them on our own I never will forget him, for he made me what I am Though he may be gone, memory lingers on And I miss him, the old man As a boy he'd take me walking by mountain field and stream And he'd show me things not known to kings, in secret between him and me Like the colors of the pheasant as he rises in the dawn And how to fish, and make a wish beside the holly tree I never will forget him, for he made me what I am Though he may be gone, memory lingers on And I miss him, the old man I thought he'd live forever, he seemed so big and strong But the minutes fly and the years roll by for a father and a son And suddenly when it happened, there was so much left unsaid No second chance to tell him thanks for everything he's done I never will forget him, for he made me what I am Though he may be gone, memory lingers on And I miss him, the old man
    

Channel Title : gduwen

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Published Date : 2011-09-27T00:42:05.000Z

    

Channel Title : Celtic Thunder

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Published Date : 2011-05-16T01:33:23.000Z

Buy on our store: https://www.celticthunder.com/shop/ Tour information: https://www.celticthunder.com/tour/ Stream on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/0DZ5n0r1P0ZjKbjPdbN4wr Connect with Celtic Thunder: https://twitter.com/CelticThunder https://www.facebook.com/celticthunder/ https://www.instagram.com/celticthundermusic/?hl=en The event features almost all new material with only three of the most popular songs from the original Celtic Thunder pledge show included. The new songs are dynamic and exciting. Damian (a foot and a half taller with a new deeper voice) has great new songs in "Happy Birthday Sweet 16" and "Breaking Up is Hard to Do" and would give a young Neil Sedaka or Frankie Vallie a run for his money! Ryan's dark destroyer character develops well with a rendition of Sting's "Every Breath You Take", George's personality and sense of humour comes to the fore in "500 Miles", a highlight in the show and Paul's performance of "You Raise Me Up" is not to be missed. Keith, the blonde surfer heart-throb is set to steal more hearts with "Castles in the Air" accompanying himself on the guitar. The guys come together for both "Working Man" and "Take Me Home", as ever their voices even more powerful in these ensemble songs, and in the harmony pieces. "Danny's Boy" A Cappella, has been included due to popular demand after their performance on 5th Ave for "St Patrick's Day" and performing it at the White House that night - the highlight of their success in the USA. LYRICS I sit here thinking as the sun is sinking Low o'er the mountains and the dry dusty ground As the night is falling, I start recalling The nights in my own home town I see their faces in familiar places I hear the music that we played way back then My heart rejoices, as I hear their voices Calling me home again Home, oh take me home Home to the people I left behind Home to the love I know I'll find Oh, take me home As the sky is burning, my mind is turning To the cold winter evenings by my own fire side So far away now, but any day now I'll sail on the morning tide Home, oh take me home Home to the people I left behind Home to the love I know I'll find Oh, take me home Take me home, far across the sea Home is where I want to be Home, oh take me home Home to the people I left behind Home to the love I know I'll find Oh, take me home Home, oh take me home Home to the people I left behind Home to the love I know I'll find Oh, take me home Take me home
    

Channel Title : bigmanio

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Published Date : 2009-08-06T21:35:40.000Z

Working Man - The Dubliners
    

Channel Title : Marshals Run

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Published Date : 2015-09-22T11:48:34.000Z

One of my Dad's favorite songs. Enjoy
    

Channel Title : ceoltoir2010

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Published Date : 2011-05-05T23:08:52.000Z

Niamh Ní Charra (Vocal, Concertina), Tony O Flaherty (Piano), taken from Niamh's 2nd album "Súgach Sámh / Happy Out", released September 2010. This song is set during the tragic and turbulent years of the Irish Famine, and the subsequent mass exodus to America. While in many songs of this nature the message to friends and family at home is one of hope and invitation, this song, written just a few years after the America Civil War, is a rare example of the flip side of the coin. Irish immigrants, weak and exhausted were recruited as soon as they landed, enticed by promises of food and pay for themselves, and pensions for their families should they be killed. These tactics were highly effective and a large volume of young men joined both sides. Sadly casualties were high and the pensions were rarely if ever paid. As a footnote, the Indian Buck mentioned in the poignant last verse was a type of maize which was sent in foreign aid from America to Ireland during the famine. Tragically, the Irish had no idea how to cook it and it was often given in its raw form to the starving people, who ended up suffering agonising deaths as a result, their seriously malnourished bodies unable to digest the wheat. Lyrics: Well it's by the hush, me boys, be still and hear my voice Come listen to poor Paddy's sad narration I was by hunger pressed, and in poverty distressed So I took a thought I'd leave the Irish nation Well I sold my horse and plough, my little pig and sow My barren plot of land I soon did part with, And my sweetheart Brid McGee, I'm afraid I'll never see For I left her there that morning broken-hearted Chorus Here me boys, heed now my advice To America don't you be coming, For there is nothing here but war, And the thundering cannons roar And I wish I was back home in dear old Dublin Well myself and a hundred more, to America sailed o'er Our fortunes to be made we were a thinking But when we got to Yankee land, they shoved a gun into our hands Saying "Paddy, you must go and fight for Lincoln" General Meagher to us he said, if you get shot or lose your head Every mother's son of you will get a pension Well myself I lost me leg, and all I got was a wooden peg, And by God this is the truth to you I mention Well I'd think myself in luck, if I were fed on Indian buck And back home in the country I delight in By the devil, I do say, it's curse America For I think I've had enough of your hard fighting
    

Channel Title : Siobhán McCarthy

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Published Date : 2012-06-17T12:01:36.000Z

    

Channel Title : Rock Uncorked

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Published Date : 2019-03-16T04:26:53.000Z

Welcome to #RockUncorked! We are two Music Therapists, who also happen to be married, who are on a quest for self-care. We like to 1) drink wine and 2) cover awesome songs. We usually do acoustic covers of amazing rock songs, but this week is extra special because it is my Irish mother’s birthday! In honor of the best holiday in the world (#StPaddysDay) and my Mama O’Neal’s birthday, we present to you our rendition of two of our most favorite #Irish #traditional #folk #songs ! #RockUncorked #Subscribe #StPaddysDay #Birthday #Ireland #Irish #Cover #Traditional #Folk #Acoustic #MusicianLife #LiveMusic
    

Channel Title : Kevin Zi-Xiao He

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Published Date : 2009-06-22T06:36:17.000Z

Beautiful Nothern Irish anthem "Londonderry Aire", also known as "Danny Boy". Performed with Celtic harp and tin whistle. The song has been interpreted by some listeners as a message from a parent to a son going off to war or leaving as part of the Irish diaspora. Some interpret it differently,[who?] such a dying father speaking to his leaving Danny. The phrase, "the pipes, the pipes are calling", in this interpretation, could refer to the traditional funeral instrument. The song is widely considered an Irish anthem. "Danny Boy" is considered by many Irish Americans and Irish Canadians to be their unofficial signature song.
    

Channel Title : Ed Sheeran

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Published Date : 2011-04-07T09:13:38.000Z

My performance of the traditional song 'Wayfaring Stranger' built from loops in one take Subscribe to Ed's channel: http://bit.ly/SubscribeToEdSheeran See more of Ed's live sessions: http://bit.ly/EdAcousticPlaylist Hear Ed's new album, 'x': http://bit.ly/XOfficialPlaylist Follow Ed on... Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/EdSheeranMusic Twitter: http://twitter.com/edsheeran Instagram: http://instagram.com/teddysphotos Official Website: http://edsheeran.com Video production by SB:TV
    

Channel Title : Eric C.

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Published Date : 2010-11-28T15:00:33.000Z

In Youtube there exists so many versions of dubliners "whiskey in the jar" but in my opinion this version ist the best of all. Sadly I don't found it in youtube, so I decided to upload it for you guys. (Additional information: For several years I compose my own music. "La Nostalgia" (find it in my channel) is one example. I am interested if you like it - please comment.)
    

Channel Title : glasgow1234

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Published Date : 2013-08-27T18:22:00.000Z

Going Home is a famous tune played on the bagpipes at both military and civilian funerals. The tune signifies exactly what the title says - That no matter where in the world you die, you always go home to your birth country - Scotland.
    

Channel Title : Vito Likavec

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Published Date : 2008-04-29T11:03:52.000Z

Oh all the money that e'er I had I spent it in good company And all the harm that e'er I've done alas, it was to none but me For all I've done for want of wit to memory now I can't recall So fill to me the parting glass good night and joy be with you all Oh all the comrades that e'er I've had they are sorry for my going away And all the sweethearts that e'er I've had they would wish me one more day to stay But since it falls unto my lot t that I should rise and you should not I'll gently rise and I'll softly call good night and joy be with you all
    

Channel Title : rpgplayer101

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Published Date : 2007-08-14T23:42:35.000Z

The Dubliners - Song for Ireland Performed by Luke Kelly All rights are reserved to the original authors.
    

Channel Title : Sally Burgess - Topic

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Published Date : 2015-02-05T13:23:01.000Z

Provided to YouTube by NAXOS of America 5 Irish Folksongs: No. 5. My Grandfather died · Sally Burgess Ferguson: Discovery & Selected Chamber Works ℗ 2013 Chandos Released on: 2013-09-01 Artist: Clifford Benson Artist: Sally Burgess Composer: Howard Ferguson Auto-generated by YouTube.
    

Channel Title : TheLightningMan

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Published Date : 2011-10-30T20:40:39.000Z

Going Home has become a standard bagpipe song played at funerals, both military and civilian, for years. In fact, as we carried my own grandmum out of the funeral home to the hearse, a piper played it for her. I'm a former soldier, and far too many of the best & brightest young people who have gone in harm's way to protect our freedoms have paid the ultimate price for us. Not just Americans, but our allies, too. Never forget... Also, I picked the nations represented with great care. I was an American soldier, and so I chose Americans. The bagpipes are associated with the UK and their Commonwealth allies, so I picked the Brits, Scots & ANZACs. I have Polish and Canadian ancestry, so I chose to represent Poland and Canada. I served in Germany, and so I chose to represent them as well. So, please stop complaining that your country was left out. I understand and appreciate that many, many other nations have served bravely and have sacrificed their sons & daughters. Go make your own video if it bothers you so much.
    

Channel Title : ThePianoGuys

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Published Date : 2015-10-30T01:01:46.000Z

► Get our albums: https://smarturl.it/TPG_ALBUMS ► WE'RE ON TOUR! https://smarturl.it/tpgtour ► TPG APPAREL: http://smarturl.it/tpgapparel ► DOWNLOAD THIS SONG: https://smarturl.it/UNCHARTED-Deluxe ► GET THE SHEET MUSIC: https://smarturl.it/Uncharted_sheetmusic ________________________ ► Apple Music/iTunes - https://smarturl.it/TPGAppleMusic ► Spotify - https://smarturl.it/TPGCatalog ► Amazon - https://smarturl.it/TPGAmzn ► Google Play - https://smarturl.it/TPGooglePlay ________________________ ► SUBSCRIBE: https://smarturl.it/TPGsubscribe1 ► FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/ThePianoGuys ► INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/ThePianoGuys ► TWITTER: https://www.twitter.com/ThePianoGuys Meaning / Story behind the song: When we first heard Rachel Platten's "Fight Song" we were inspired by its message. In a world where we too often talk about our differences, we have at least one thing in common. We all struggle. Not in the same way, nor at the same level, but we all want a fighting chance. And we all share in one gift: The will to make the most of our lives. To take what we've been given and turn it into something better could be considered the sentient measuring stick of success. But to do so seldom is simple and more often requires we fight. Not against each other. But against the current threatening to drown the ambition in us. There is a tremendous purpose in struggle. It is when the struggle becomes so fierce that we must fight to swim or sink. John Newton, who penned "Amazing Grace," worked on a slave trader ship and condoned inhuman atrocities. As his ship was on the verge of being torn apart in a violent storm he called out for Grace. Once his feet were again planted on firm soil he determined to change. His covenant was written into these words, "I once was lost, but now I'm found; was blind, but now I see." Grace is the defining moment when we face and fight a monster poised to define us or destroy us. This song and video for us were a struggle, but a beautifully defining one. We chose the Scottish culture to depict the dichotomy between Grace and struggle. Who else is tough enough and yet delicate enough to don a kilt in battle? And the Scottish pipe and drum are the ultimate conveyors of melody and cadence. One represents Grace, the other the indomitable fight. Our dream was to film one of the most iconic castles on the Earth, Eilean Donan Castle in Dornie, Scotland. Grace somehow made this video possible. We had to postpone our trip to Scotland several times, and when we could no longer postpone we had to leap in faith because... READ THE FULL STORY HERE: http://goo.gl/1f2Dep Credits Fight Song was written by Rachel Platten & Dave Bassett Amazing Grace (traditional) - lyrics by John Newton Scotland The Brave (traditional) Piano Guys arrangement produced by Steven Sharp Nelson Arranged by Al van der Beek & Steven Sharp Nelson Performed by Jon Schmidt: Piano Steven Sharp Nelson: cello, percussion, piano Al van der Beek: percussion, vocal textures Recorded, mixed, & mastered by Al van der Beek Scottish drum and pipe recorded by members of the Wasatch & District Pipe Band: Daniel Schneider, William Gunn, Michael Postma, Ross Morrill, Andrew Morrill, Justin Howland, Erik Abbott & Nicholas Lawyer Video filmed & produced by Paul Anderson & Shaye Scott Edited by Shaye Scott Drone Operator: Paul Anderson Drone Camera:Shaye Scott Additional Aerial Cinematography by: Carrick McLelland from http://www.groundlevelup.com Special Thanks to: Russ Parker & Mike Postma of the Wasatch & District Pipe Band http://www.wdpb.org/ Eilean Donan Castle and its very friendly and helpful lads and lasses! Nigel Shields Advantage Storage Ltd, Piano moving specialists. Roddy MacDougall, Seumas Gorman (Scottish Removals) Vernon Kennard (Loch Ness Pianos) http://lochnesspianos.co.uk/ Starring Jimmie Nicholson (piper) Jonathon Simpson, Calum Watson, Ciaren Ross (Pipers from "Peoples Ford Boghall and Bathgate Caledonia") Chelsea O'Neill, Craig Baxter (Drummers from "Police Scotland Fife") Greig Canning (Piper with Inveraray and District) And Ullapool & District Pipe Band: Major Gary Nimmo, Sgt Gregor Couper, Duncan MacLeod, Seumas Hitchings, Joe Crook, Calum Munro, Hector Couper, William Mackenzie, Catriona Renwick, Leah Macleod, Rowan Macdonald, Becky Tyson, Jessica Ross, Emily Themistokleous "If you don't believe in God, have enough faith that if there is a God, He believes in you." -Anonymous Check out our Top 10 videos! A Thousand Years - Christina Perri: https://youtu.be/QgaTQ5-XfMM Disney's Let It Go / Vivaldi's Winter: https://youtu.be/6Dakd7EIgBE Beethoven's 5 Secrets - OneRepublic: https://youtu.be/mJ_fkw5j-t0 Titanium / Pavane David Guetta / Faure: https://youtu.be/fz4MzJTeL0c What Makes You beautiful / One Direction: https://youtu.be/0VqTwnAuHws Peponi - Coldplay - Paradise: https://youtu.be/Cgovv8jWETM #thepianoguys #pianocello
    

Channel Title : Arnau J. Hanly-Jorda

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Published Date : 2016-11-27T22:48:44.000Z

    

Channel Title : SideOneDummy

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Published Date : 2008-09-03T03:11:56.000Z

Flogging Molly "Drunken Lullabies" from the album, Drunken Lullabies, on SideOneDummy Records. Available on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/drunken-lullabies/738359574 CD/LP available here: https://www.sideonedummy.com/artists/flogging-molly http://www.floggingmolly.com https://www.facebook.com/floggingmolly https://twitter.com/_floggingmolly Join us on our networks! Official Website: http://www.sideonedummy.com Like us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/sideonedummy Follow us on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/sideonedummy Follow us on Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/sideonedummy
    

Channel Title : Mahaim13

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Published Date : 2011-10-25T01:22:11.000Z

Hey guys, I liked the Irish Rovers version of "Johnny I hardly knew ye", an antiwar song and lament from the 1700's. Hope you enjoy. LYRICS: When goin' the road to sweet Athy, hurroo, hurroo When goin' the road to sweet Athy, hurroo, hurroo When goin' the road to sweet Athy A stick in me hand and a drop in me eye A doleful damsel I heard cry, Johnny I hardly knew ye. With your drums and guns and guns and drums, hurroo, hurroo With your drums and guns and guns and drums, hurroo, hurroo With your drums and guns and guns and drums The enemy nearly slew ye Oh darling dear, Ye look so queer Johnny I hardly knew ye. Where are the eyes that looked so mild, hurroo, hurroo Where are the eyes that looked so mild, hurroo, hurroo Where are the eyes that looked so mild When my poor heart you first beguiled Why did ye run from me and the child Oh Johnny, I hardly knew ye. Where are the legs we looked you run, hurroo, hurroo Where are the legs we looked you run, hurroo, hurroo Where are the legs that looked you run But first you went to carry a gun Indeed your dancing days are done Oh Johnny, I hardly knew ye. Ye haven't an arm, ye haven't a leg, hurroo, hurroo Ye haven't an arm, ye haven't a leg, hurroo, hurroo Ye haven't an arm, ye haven't a leg Ye're an armless, boneless, chickenless egg You'll have to be left with a bowl out to beg Oh Johnny I hardly knew ye. I'm happy for to see ye home, hurroo, hurroo I'm happy for to see ye home, hurroo, hurroo I'm happy for to see ye home All from the island of Sulloon So low in flesh, so high in bone Oh Johnny I hardly knew ye.
    

Channel Title : flaguy999

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Published Date : 2008-04-15T05:50:43.000Z

Visit http://www.larkandspur.com Come, take a journey to beautiful Scotland. Experience soaring mountains, lush valleys and majestic castles all set to the lovely Scottish music folk song "Will You Go Lassie Go" aka "Wild Mountain Thyme" performed superbly by Lark and Spur. Be sure to check out all the Lark and spur videos including my "Beautiful Ireland Music Video" set to "Down By The Sally Gardens". Search by, larkandspur, to find them. Visit us at http://www.larkandspur.com Enjoy!
    

Channel Title : rz0557

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Published Date : 2014-04-24T22:34:50.000Z

Thank you to all the people who serve our country and have the bravery to defend their country!
    

Channel Title : Shane Mallon

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Published Date : 2009-04-08T16:42:21.000Z

The Fields of Athenry by Paddy Reilly ( with lyrics )
    

Channel Title : majorsnag

Views : 2998493

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Published Date : 2008-08-30T14:11:09.000Z

Alec Campbell,the last known survivor of the ANZAC forces at Gallipoli (and the last known survivor of Gallipoli) died on Thursday, May 16, 2002 at the age of 103. Mr. Campbell enlisted at 16, and served at Gallipoli in 1915. He led Hobart's ANZAC Day parade three weeks prior to his death. Lyrics: When I was a young man I carried my pack And I lived the free life of a rover From the Murrays green basin to the dusty outback I waltzed my Matilda all over Then in nineteen fifteen my country said Son It's time to stop rambling 'cause there's work to be done So they gave me a tin hat and they gave me a gun And they sent me away to the war And the band played Waltzing Matilda As we sailed away from the quay And amidst all the tears and the shouts and the cheers We sailed off to Gallipoli How well I remember that terrible day How the blood stained the sand and the water And how in that hell that they called Suvla Bay We were butchered like lambs at the slaughter Johnny Turk he was ready, he primed himself well He chased us with bullets, he rained us with shells And in five minutes flat he'd blown us all to hell Nearly blew us right back to Australia But the band played Waltzing Matilda As we stopped to bury our slain We buried ours and the Turks buried theirs Then we started all over again Now those that were left, well we tried to survive In a mad world of blood, death and fire And for ten weary weeks I kept myself alive But around me the corpses piled higher Then a big Turkish shell knocked me arse over tit And when I woke up in my hospital bed And saw what it had done, I wished I was dead Never knew there were worse things than dying For no more I'll go waltzing Matilda All around the green bush far and near For to hump tent and pegs, a man needs two legs No more waltzing Matilda for me So they collected the cripples, the wounded, the maimed And they shipped us back home to Australia The armless, the legless, the blind, the insane Those proud wounded heroes of Suvla And as our ship pulled into Circular Quay I looked at the place where my legs used to be And thank Christ there was nobody waiting for me To grieve and to mourn and to pity And the band played Waltzing Matilda As they carried us down the gangway But nobody cheered, they just stood and stared Then turned all their faces away And now every April I sit on my porch And I watch the parade pass before me And I watch my old comrades, how proudly they march Reliving old dreams of past glory And the old men march slowly, all bent, stiff and sore The forgotten heroes from a forgotten war And the young people ask, "What are they marching for?" And I ask myself the same question And the band plays Waltzing Matilda And the old men answer to the call But year after year their numbers get fewer Some day no one will march there at all Waltzing Matilda, Waltzing Matilda Who'll come a waltzing Matilda with me And their ghosts may be heard as you pass the Billabong Who'll come-a-waltzing Matilda with me?
    

Channel Title : PumaProductionsZF

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Published Date : 2011-12-21T02:50:51.000Z

Will Ferrell sings a depressing song filled with rich history.
    

Channel Title : TheSnakeCharmer

Views : 16779514

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Published Date : 2018-07-23T15:42:07.000Z

Amazing grace is a song that touches everybody's soul. A song that brings peace, serenity, calmness, humility and joy all at once. This is my Bagpipe version of this wonderful song that sounds hauntingly beautiful on an instrument like Bagpipes infact Amazing grace is most popularly played on Bagpipes. This video was shot in Barcelona, Spain and Solan, India. Hope you enjoy the difference in Landscapes. Please Share if you enjoy this video, sharing is the quickest way in helping an artist. Spcl. thanks to Raul Guerero and his mates of City of Barcelona Pipe Band of Bacelona, Spain for joining me in this video. https://goo.gl/BiJXPN Get to know me by Supporting me on Patreon : (Get this Mp3 for Free) https://www.patreon.com/thesnakecharmer Buy Mp3 : iTunes - https://goo.gl/sa6D8b Google Play - https://goo.gl/isUAj7 Spotify - https://goo.gl/SaAnBa Apple Music - https://goo.gl/pJXPQs Amazon - https://goo.gl/QVASj3 Deezer - https://goo.gl/gEWYwu
    

Channel Title : CelticWomenVEVO

Views : 7615867

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Published Date : 2012-02-24T18:29:00.000Z

Music video by Celtic Woman performing Ave Maria. (P) (C) 2012 Celtic Woman Ltd. under exclusive license to Manhattan Records. All rights reserved. Unauthorized reproduction is a violation of applicable laws. Manufactured by Angel Records,
    

Channel Title : Marc Gunn

Views : 28536

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Published Date : 2018-01-23T18:02:40.000Z

We all have our favorite traditional Irish songs. I was curious what the most-popular ones were this year. I found a nice list on the web. I compiled my own list of Famous Irish Songs using music from bands featured in the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast. What songs are missing from this short list? Post in the comments. Then subscribe to the podcast and mailing list at http://pubsong.net/ Enjoy music from Screeched Inn, The High Kings, Skully, The Gothard Sisters, Kilted Kings, Sligo Rags, Dun Aengus.   WHO'S PLAYING IN THE PUB TODAY 0:16 "Whisky in the Jar" by Screeched Inn from Screeched Inn 4:57 "Rocky Road to Dublin" by The High Kings from Decade: Best of The High Kings 8:07 "Molly Malone" by Skully from Irish Makeover 12:06 "Wild Rover" by Brobdingnagian Bards from The Holy Grail of Irish Drinking Songs 14:30 "Danny Boy" by The Gothard Sisters from Compass 18:25 JOIN THE GUNN RUNNERS CLUB 19:42 PUB TALK 21:18 "Wild Mountain Thyme" by Kilted Kings from Name On My Soul 25:52 "The Irish Rover" by Sligo Rags from The Night Before the Morning After 30:06 "Star of the County Down" by Dun Aengus from Fortified 34:52 "Slainte Mhaith" by Kilted Kings from Name On My Soul   THANKS YOU PATRONS! I want to send out a very special thanks to my generous patrons in the Gunn Runners Club on Patreon. These awesome people kindly support my music and allow me to keep this show running for over 12 years. The music business has changed. Streaming music is king. Musicians can no longer rely on CD sales to make a living. For that reason, I turned to Patreon to support my music. Here's how it works. You pledge a buck a or more every month. Your generosity allows me to keep creating. You get monthly music in the Pub Songs Podcast, fun adventures in Celfather Music & Travel, Behinds the Scenes look at the life of a musician, and Stories from the Road. Plus, every month, I'll send you a free song, video, or concert recording. Please show your support for what you love. Join the Gunn Runners Club today! I want to thank my newest Gunn Runners: Brian Morin, James Lawlor, Theodore Dykstra, Elizabeth Burkholder, Tarren Enn, Sarah Donner. A very special thanks to Laura May Sorkin, Jeremy Hendon, Jim Cope, Tom Smith, Scott & Anita Gorrell, Jason Denen, Eric Ray who increased their pledges. Go to marcgunn.net to become a patron today!   PUB TALK If you want to watch live Pub Songs, then join me on Coffee with The Celtfather, every Tuesday in January at 9 AM. I'll play a few songs for you on my Facebook Live page. You can have fun and sing-along with me. I plan to do weekly shows on Facebook Live. Subscribe to my mailing list and check my website for February details. I have made my own recordings of every song in this show, plus lots more. Almost all of them can be found in my new Celtic Music 6-Pack. It's a CD and digital album collection with six Celtic albums. Find both the physical CDs and the digital copy in my Bandcamp Store. You can buy it all at one low price. Or stream the albums on Spotify. Please Follow me on Spotify! Spotify is my new project for 2018. I am creating a bunch of fun playlists highlighting my music and as well as that of bands I enjoy. Right now, I have several awesome playlists including: Irish Drinking Songs for Cat Lovers Firefly Drinking Songs Star Wars Drinking Songs More are coming. If you have ideas for playlists, drop me a line. Or create your own, add my music and send me a link so I can follow it and share. Should I start a Patreon page for Brobdingnagian Bards? The Pub Songs Podcast was produced by Marc Gunn. If you enjoyed this episode, please support the musicians who support this podcast, buy their music, subscribe to their mailing lists and share the show. Special thanks to all of my patrons in the Gunn Runners Club. Would you like 21 fun songs for Free? Plus get regular updates of what's new. Subscribe to the podcast and newsletter at  www.pubsong.net.
    

Channel Title : Various Artists - Topic

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Published Date : 2016-02-12T23:59:11.000Z

Provided to YouTube by DistroKid Irish American Country Part Two · The Country Collective Irish American Country Hits Part Two ℗ Jaszy Released on: 2016-02-10 Auto-generated by YouTube.
    

Channel Title : Carey McGleish

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Published Date : 2010-11-18T20:35:10.000Z

Shenandoah - played by Mairead Nesbitt in HD with stunning sound quality. One of America's most popular folk songs, is known as a "short haul shanty" and is said to be the true story of a white trader who courted the daughter of an Indian chieftain. The song apparently originated among American or Canadian voyagers on the Missouri River - sometimes called the "Miz-zoo". SHENANDOAH The old Miz-zoo has friendly waters Away! You rolling river The Indians camp along its border Away! We're bound away 'Cross the wide Missouri. A white man loved an Indian lady Away! You rolling river The daughter of Chief Shenandoah Away! We're bound away 'Cross the wide Missouri. Oh Shenandoah, I long to hear you Away! You rolling river Oh Shenandoah, I long to hear you Away! We're bound away 'Cross the wide Missouri. Oh Shenandoah, I love your daughter Away! You rolling river I bring you tools and fire water Away! We're bound away 'Cross the wide Missouri. 'Tis seven years since first I knew her Away! You rolling river She's in full bloom for a man to woo her Away! We're bound away 'Cross the wide Missouri. Oh Shenandoah, with gifts I'm laden Away! You rolling river Give me the hand of this young maiden Away! We're bound away 'Cross the wide Missouri. Then Shenandoah said - Go! Forsake her! Away! You rolling river An Indian brave has come to take her Away! We're bound away 'Cross the wide Missouri. Farewell, my love - I'm bound to leave you Away! You rolling river Oh Shenandoah, I'll not deceive you Away! We're bound away 'Cross the wide Missouri.
    

Channel Title : Nathaniel Jordon

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Published Date : 2013-01-25T04:18:20.000Z

Well guys, here it is. The sequel to "Greatest Songs 1900-1909." I was hoping to get it done last saturday, but thursday is fine too. Anyways, like the first video, I used the same source as last time. Also, like last time, I did not agree with all my sources songs, so I changed a few. Scoll down to see a link to Daves Music Center. Songlist: 1. Alexander's Ragtime Band Arthur Collins & Byron Harlan (1911) 6:30 2. Let Me Call You Sweetheart Peerless Quartet (1911) 6:10 3. Over There American Quartet (1917) 5:50 4. Some of These Days Sophie Tucker (1911) 5:30 5. Swanee Al Jolson (1919) 5:10 6. Moonlight Bay American Quartet (1912) 4:50 7. Till We Meet Again Henry Burr & Albert Campbell (1919) 4.30 8. I'm Forever Blowing Bubbles (1919) 4:10 9. Tiger Rag The Original Dixieland Jazz Band (1917) 3:50 10. Down by the Old Mill Stream Harry MacDonough (1911) 3:30 11. By the Light of the Silvery Moon Billy Murray with the Haydn Quartet (1910) 3:10 12 .The Missouri Waltz (Hush-a-Bye Ma Baby) Elsie Baker (1917) 2:50 13. When Irish Eyes Are Smiling Chauncey Olcott (1913) 2:30 14. I Didn't Raise My Boy to Be a Soldier Peerless Quartet (1915) 2:10 15. Dark Town Strutters' Ball Original Dixieland Jazz Band (1917) 1:50 16. After You've Gone Marion Harris (1919) 1:30 17. It's a Long, Long Way to Tipperary John McCormack (1914) 1:10 18. Oh, How I Hate to Get Up in the Morning Arthur Fields (1918) 0:50 19. I'm Always Chasing Rainbows Charles Harrison (1918) 0:30 20. Danny Boy (adaption of "Londonberry Air") Ernestine Schumann-Heink (1918) 0:10 Source: http://davesmusicdatabase.blogspot.com/2012/04/top-songs-by-decade-1900-present.html
    

Channel Title : Len van Houwelingen

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Likes : 25860

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Published Date : 2007-12-18T17:39:24.000Z

Flogging Molly - The Worst Day Since Yesterday
    

Channel Title : Ardee Music

Views : 5306858

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Published Date : 2013-10-31T17:10:35.000Z

60 Track Album and 20 Track Highlights Album Available.
    

Channel Title : chesiregirl

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Likes : 8714

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Published Date : 2011-03-09T01:58:53.000Z

It's kind of depressing, but I hear a lot of beautiful and sad songs that would be great for a funeral, so I made them into a top ten list. I might do one fo wedding songs too. Songs: The Nicest Thing by Kate Nash My Heart Will go on by Celine Dion Keep Holding on by Avril Lavigne These Small Hours by Rob Thomas Amazing Grace performed by Celtic Women Nearer my God to Thee performed by the orchestra of the Titanic movie I will Always be with you from All Dogs go to Heaven 2 Hide and Seek by Imogen Heap Angel by Beverly Mitchell If I Die Young by The Band Perry Lilium from the anime Elfen Lied
    

Channel Title : sisselfan

Views : 4054034

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Published Date : 2008-12-28T01:44:45.000Z

Sissel, the international singing sensation from Norway, is widely regarded as one of the finest and most talented sopranos in the world. Her crystalclear voice has made Sissel a national institution in Norway. Sissel has sung all over the world, selling over six million solo albums. She contributed the haunting vocal tracks for the soundtrack to Titanic. She has been doing great duets with singers like Placido Domingo, Charles Aznavour, Taro Ichihara, Bryn Terfel, Jose Carreras, Russell Watson, Kurt Nilsen, Neil Sedaka and Josh Groban. A very remarkable voice you will only hear once in your lifetime. "Shenandoah" (also called "Oh Shenandoah", or "Across the Wide Missouri") is an American folk song, dating to the early 19th century. The lyrics may tell the story of a roving trader in love with the daughter of an Indian chief; in this interpretation, the rover tells the chief of his intent to take the girl with him far to the west, across the Missouri River. Other interpretations tell of a pioneer's nostalgia for the Shenandoah River Valley in Virginia, and a young woman who is its daughter; or of a Union soldier in the American Civil War, dreaming of his country home to the west of the Missouri river, in Shenandoah, Iowa (though the town lies some 50 miles east of the river). The provenance of the song is unclear. The song is also associated with escaped slaves. They were said to sing the song in gratitude because the river allowed their scent to be lost. The Shenandoah area made many parts like wheels and seats for wagons going west. These parts were assembled in Conestoga Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania and settlers set out in Conestoga wagons down the Ohio River, on the Mississippi and west up the Missouri River. Lyrics were undoubtedly added by rivermen, settlers, and the millions who went west. With possible origins in Virginia, noting that its title is also the name of a Virginia river, the song has been considered for Virginia's official state song.
    

Channel Title : The Late Late Show

Views : 326186

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Published Date : 2018-03-30T21:32:34.000Z

Finbar Furey performs 'I Remember You Singing This Song, Ma' in front of the #LateLate studio audience. Watch The Late Late Show live and on-demand from anywhere in the world at http://www.rte.ie/player The Late Late Show | Fridays | RTÉ One, 9:35pm Irish Time

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