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10. The Bush in Bloom / The Munster Reel / Captain Kelly's Reel (reels) Geraldine Cotter, Maeve Donnelly, Peadar O’Loughlin, Eamon Cotter

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(3:36 Reels) The Golden Keyboard/Ambrose Moloney's/Jacksons
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Eamonn Cotter (flute) is a highly respected flute player, maker, and teacher from Kilmaley, County Clare. He plays with the popular group Shaskeen and has released his own solo recording "Eamonn Cotter: Traditional Music from County Clare".

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Reels: The Bush in Bloom / The Munster Reel / Captain Kelly's Reel
Geraldine Cotter, piano, with Maeve Donnelly and Peadar O'Loughlin, fiddles, Eamon Cotter, flute and Adele O'Dwyer, cello

For most of a century, piano accompaniment has been one of the defining features of the Irish céilí band tradition. Following in the footsteps of female predecessors like Anna Rafferty of the Ballinakill Céilí Band, Bridie Lafferty of the Castle and Kitty Linnane of the Kilfenora, Geraldine treats us a classic feast of piano accompaniment on this suite of reels, joined by an old style line up of fiddles and flute. Long time friends, Geraldine, Maeve and Peader, along with her brother Eamon, meet regularly for tunes in County Clare. In this context, the cello helps recreate, to some degree, the sound of the stand up bass used by jazz men in the older céilí bands.

The Bush in Bloom is from the Roche Collection, while the Munster Reel was learned from Maeve Donnelly. Captain Kelly’s Reel was made popular in Clare by the celebrated Portroe accordionist, Paddy O'Brien.

Recorded by Geraldine Cotter on Piano+ (© 2002, Geraldine Cotter, Ennis, Co. Clare, Ireland. IMRO.)

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