9 thoughts on “ Copperplate - Whisky Trail - San Frediano (CD, Album)

  1. Whisky Trail: San Frediano ‎ (CD, Album + DVD-V) Amiata Records: ARNR Europe: Sell This Version: Whisky Trail: Celtic Fragments.
  2. Whisky Trail: Jeffes Reel and 1 more Whisky Trail - San Frediano ‎ (CD, Album + DVD-V) Amiata Records: ARNR Europe: Sell This Version: Alessandro Fabbri: Alessandro Fabbri - Pianocorde ‎ (CD, Album) Caligola: Italy: Sell This Version: Archæa Strings*.
  3. San Frediano. Amiata Records: ARNR Buy download online. Whisky Trail, Piero Bubbico, Lorenzo Greppi, Nicola Neri, Stefano Corsi, Pietro Sabatini, Alberto Massi.
  4. Jan 28,  · Provided to YouTube by Believe SAS Green Hills · Whisky Trail San Frediano - An Irishman in Florence ℗ Opera 3 Released on: Author: Vieri Bugli Au.
  5. Type: Group, Founded: , Area: Florence. Showing official release groups by this artist. Show all release groups instead, or show various artists release groups., or Album: Pooka, White Goddess, The Frenzy of Suibhne, Miriana, San Frediano.
  6. Whiskey Trail "San Frediano" [CD+DVD&Book] Label: Amiata; ARNR ; ; Playing time: min In the 6th century, the Irish missionary and later saint San Frediano came from Ireland to Tuscany and left his name to a famous quarter of Florence. (Maybe he was called Frigdianus, the man who came from the cold).
  7. The Old Copperplate reel. Also known as The Copper Plate, The Copperplates, Leitrim, The Old Copper Plate. There are 70 recordings of this tune. This tune has been recorded together with The New Copperplate (lots of times), Ah Surely (a few times), The Five Mile Chase (a few times).
  8. San Frediano, an Irishman in Florence Some of you may have heard of Whisky Trail - they already have a few CD’s available, exploring how Irish emigrants took their music with them worldwide. Group leader, Giula Lorimer has a keen interest in the ancient stories, and has translations of syllabic poetry, including the Wanderings of Mad Sweeney.
  9. Mar 01,  · Vintage Wine plays Whiskey Trail Music and Lyrics: Petr Polák Camera: Andran Abramjan, Jan Strejcovský Editor: Radim "Rybíz" Lapčík.

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