Collen and Erin Lalor performing an Irish folk song called The Lark.

Cillian Moran in TY on the Harp (Paddy Fahy’s Jig)
A Reacaire is someone who recites poetry. Today one of our students (anonymous) recites the poem Mo Ghile Méar which is on the leaving cert syllabus.
Jessica and Lauren Cahill perform a duet of Sí beag sí mhor by Turlough O Carolan on tin whistles.
Lucy Cahill Performs The Road to Garry Reel on Concertina
Brian Walshe – Casadh an tSúgáin
Brian Walshe – Ar Éirinn Ní Neosfainn Cé hÍ
Dasha Bukova (First year) performs Aoife’s March on Harp
Niamh O Sullivan (Sixth Year) – Sweet Sixteen
Bronagh Clooney (Fifth Year) – Fiddle Fly by Night Hornpipe Piece 1
Moya Cahill Second Year performing a jig on banjo
Emmett Malone performs a jig called ‘The Orphan’ on piano
Laura Vesey (Fifth Year) performs a jig called ‘Trip to Galway’ on concertina
Ms O Brien composed and performs ‘Críost liom Críost Romham’
Amy Fitzpatrick (Sixth year) performing No Frontiers
Brian Walshe (5th year) performs Sí bheag sí mhór on Bouzouki
Brian Walshe (Fifth Year) recites an Irish poem on the leaving certificate curriculum ‘An Spailpín Fánach
Orlaith Condren (Fifth Year) – Song for Ireland

In the video to the right above Heywood C.S. Choir sings the Deer’s Cry- Breast Plate of St Patrick in the Pontifical Irish College, Rome. I have added it in anticipation of St Patrick’s Day tomorrow. You will find it on this link at 14.12. The choir did a wonderful job of this piece. I hope you enjoy and Happy St Patrick’s day in advance of tomorrow.

Ms Woods