Pursuing my Irish theme (for music, see mainly under Carson tag, as well as this wonderful story), Songlines led me to the duo of Connemara singer Eoghan Ó Ceannabháin and County Clare fiddler Ultan O’Brien, with their splendid recent album Solas an lae. Here’s the playlist:
Such comfortable musicking! On a whimsical note, here’s Máirseáil Na Sióg:
But they present more disturbing songs too, like Tá Na Páipéir Dhá Saighneáil, tale of a bride-to-be mourning her beloved’s departure for war (cf. Soave sia il vento!):
And the harrowing All our lonely ghosts, a lament about the institutional abuse of women and children in Ireland—a topical theme:
Here they are with Jayne Pomplas:
From 2017 film Song of granite: source here.
Here’s his version of Tá Na Páipéir Á Saighneáil, rich in nasalisations: