Hannah Harris (Fiddle)

Episode 46 · April 21st, 2020 · 1 hr 24 mins

About this Episode

On the Swannanoa Gathering with Finn Magill, on ethnomusicology, on the difference between Irish and Celtic, on her time in Cork and finding lock-down inspiration in Quarantunes.

Hailing from North Carolina and now residing in North Michigan, Hannah Harris is a wonderful fiddle player and ethnomusicologist. Hannah recently recorded her first album which hopefully will be released in the coming weeks.

In this episode Hannah plays:

Alice's Reel / Maudabawn Chapel
Citi na gCumman
The Blarney Castle Hotel Set (If someone knows the names please send them in thanks)
John Brosnan's Reel / Martin Wynne's No 2
Sunday's Well

To keep up to date and follow Hannah go here:
https://www.facebook.com/hannahharrisceol

To follow Hannah on Instragram go here:
https://www.instagram.com/hannahharrisceol/

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Right that's it, enjoy!
Darren & Dom

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