Happy St Patrick’s Day Music and Dance



The Corrs – Joy Of Life

The Corrs – Toss The Feathers


Celtic bagpipes – The Irish washerwoman

Dubliners & Andre Rieu – The Irish Washerwoman

Red Is The Rose – Liam Clancy

Clannad – Tá Mé ‘mo Shuí

Lilting/Jigging (Kilrush Fleadh 1966)

Liam O Flynn — King Of The Pipers

Two Irish Jigs on hammered dulcimer

Willie Clancy Pipes /Joe Leary Fiddle

Rising of the Moon – Clancy Brothers & Robbie O’Connell

Finnegan’s Wake – Clancy Brothers & Robbie O’Connell

The Unicorn Song – The Irish Rovers

Danny Boy – Deanna Durbin

Will Ye Go Lassie Go – The Clancy Brothers and Tommy Makem

The Wild Rover(No Nay Never) The Dubliners

Frank Patterson Irish Medley’s

Kilkelly – Clancy Brothers & Robbie O’Connell

Riverdance ActII

Lord Of The Dance – Michael Flatley
In May 1989, Flatley set a Guinness Book world record for tapping speed at 29 taps per second; when this record was broken, he set another record in February 1998, by achieving 35 taps per second. The current record holder is Michael Donnellan, at 40 taps per second. The dancer also received Guinness Book recognition in both 1999 and 2000 for being the highest paid dancer, earning $1,600,000 per week and for having the highest insurance premium placed on a dancer’s legs at $40,000,000.

Lord of the Dance – Michael Flatley

Rath Dé ort! (May the Grace of God be with you!)

St. Patrick’s Day blessing upon you!
Beannachtaí na Féile Pádraig oraibh!

St Paddys Day