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Dandjoo

by The Jarrah Celts

Lively and upbeat Celtic music played on acoustic instruments such as flutes, whistles, fiddles, cittern and even a little didgeridoo.
Genre: World: Celtic
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1. Lexie MacAskill
5:05 album only
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2. My Johnny Was a Shoemaker
2:26 album only
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3. The Lark in the Morning
3:49 album only
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4. Two Sisters
4:29 album only
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5. The Maddy O
2:59 album only
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6. Come by the Hills
3:33 album only
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7. Si Beag Si Mor
4:21 album only
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8. Have Another Round
3:18 album only
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9. The Fields of Ard Skellig
4:15 album only
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10. Blackleg Miner / Drowsie Maggie
3:36 album only
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11. Toss the Feathers
3:01 album only
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12. The Skye Boat Song
3:13 album only
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13. The Gael
3:09 album only
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14. Paddy’s Green Shamrock Shore
3:55 album only
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15. The Busy Gardener
2:19 album only
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16. The Rocky Road to Dublin
3:31 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Enjoy the magnificent sounds of the Jarrah Celts playing on acoustic instruments such as flutes, fiddles, bodhran (celtic drum), acoustic guitars, mandolins and didgeridoo.

The JarrahCelts is a collection of Celtic musicians from the Perth Jarrah Forrest of Western Australia. Their roots are from Irish and Scottish Celtic cultures blended with influences of their native country (boodjara) and undertones of blues and jazz. The band lives respectfully in ancient Noongar country.

Join the JarrahCelts as they journey to connect with boodjara. The album title "Dandjoo" is a Noongar word meaning "gathering". The tunes are predominantly steeped with the band's Celtic ancestry with the Arnhem Land's didgeridoo and clapping sticks making an appearance in several tracks.

In the old Irish language, dúidire dúth (didgeridoo) means "native hummer".

The band is loosely lead by Chris Horgan who is 5th generation West Australian from Irish and Scottish descent.

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