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Another picture for Krunchie's version of the Barn Dance, showing Krunchie's garden shed with subtly painted door Barn Dance, Album, Songs, Garden, Pictures, Painting, Art, Photos, Art Background

The Curlew Hills

Another picture for Krunchie's version of the Barn Dance, showing Krunchie's garden shed with subtly painted door

Song sung by James Joyce at Feis Ceoil 1904. Joyce forfeited his chance of a gold medal, and a career as professional singer, by walking off the stage rather than humiliate himself by a poor performance of sight-reading James Joyce, Singing, Stage, Career, Walking, Album, Reading, Gold, Art

Farewell to Mague

Song sung by James Joyce at Feis Ceoil 1904. Joyce forfeited his chance of a gold medal, and a career as professional singer, by walking off the stage rather than humiliate himself by a poor performance of sight-reading

The title translates as "For Ireland." Written by An Craoibhín Aoibhinn (i.e., Douglas Hyde, founder of the Gaelic League, and first President of Ireland), in the 1890s, this song calls the Irish people to stand up for themselves and be proud of being Irish. Irish People, Hyde, Stand Up, Sons, Ireland, Album, Writing, Art, Art Background

Ar Son Éireann

The title translates as "For Ireland." Written by An Craoibhín Aoibhinn (i.e., Douglas Hyde, founder of the Gaelic League, and first President of Ireland), in the 1890s, this song calls the Irish people to stand up for themselves and be proud of being Irish.

Edward Bunting, as a young music graduate, was given a contract to take down the airs played at the gathering of harpists in Belfast in 1795. He published several collections of these, including his last "The Ancient Music of Ireland" in 1840. Krunchie Killeen here presents the first tune in that collection, adding Trombone, Violin, Cello and Drums to Bunting's piano,  and simplifying the arrangement. Cello, Violin, Ancient Music, Trombone, Belfast, The Gathering, Bunting, Drums, Piano

Sit Down Under My Protection

Edward Bunting, as a young music graduate, was given a contract to take down the airs played at the gathering of harpists in Belfast in 1795. He published several collections of these, including his last "The Ancient Music of Ireland" in 1840. Krunchie Killeen here presents the first tune in that collection, adding Trombone, Violin, Cello and Drums to Bunting's piano, and simplifying the arrangement.

The cover of my French version of "The Cool One" or "Coolun" Album, French, Songs, Cool Stuff, Cover, Movie Posters, Art, Daughter, Cool Things

La cool jeune fille

The cover of my French version of "The Cool One" or "Coolun"

Eight poems by James Joyce to which Krunchie has put music James Joyce, Poems, Album, Music, Art, Art Background, Musik, Kunst, Musique

James Joyce Songs

Eight poems by James Joyce to which Krunchie has put music

A young James Joyce, reading by fire-side, enticed by the sound of a golden-haired girl singing at her street-side window, closes his book and leaves his room. Poem by Joyce, music by Krunchie, sung by Krunchie How To Lean Out, James Joyce, Side Window, Poem, Singing, Leaves, Fire, Album, Street

Lean Out Of The Window Goldenhair

A young James Joyce, reading by fire-side, enticed by the sound of a golden-haired girl singing at her street-side window, closes his book and leaves his room. Poem by Joyce, music by Krunchie, sung by Krunchie

A poem by James Joyce to music by Krunchie, sung by Krunchie James Joyce, Poems, Album, Long Hair Styles, Music, Art, Art Background, Musik, Kunst

Combing Her Long Hair

A poem by James Joyce to music by Krunchie, sung by Krunchie

Krunchie rocks this Schottische tune with his Bowran (correctly spelt "Bodhrán", the D being silent). Country Dance, Rocks, Album, Art, Art Background, Kunst, Performing Arts, Stone, Art Education Resources

Bowran Rock

Krunchie rocks this Schottische tune with his Bowran (correctly spelt "Bodhrán", the D being silent).

Krunchie recalls two tunes written in childhood and imagined as rendered by the organ music of St Peter's Church where he was a choir boy Organ Music, St Peter's Church, Choir, Childhood, Street View, Album, Songs, Art, Art Background

Phibsboro Suite

Krunchie recalls two tunes written in childhood and imagined as rendered by the organ music of St Peter's Church where he was a choir boy

Poem written on his 60th birthday, where Krunchie humorously regrets the advancing years 60th Birthday, Regrets, Poems, Album, Writing, Fictional Characters, Art, Art Background, Kunst

The Great Six O

Poem written on his 60th birthday, where Krunchie humorously regrets the advancing years

Krunchie's translation of "Mo Chailín Rua," a song about a traveller's devotion to his red-haired darling. Whereas the original, Irish, version has the tinker losing his ginger girl to a butcher boy, Krunchie has them happily married and living to old age. Ginger Girls, Irish, Age, Album, Songs, The Originals, Red Head Girls, Irish People, Ireland

My Ginger Girl

Krunchie's translation of "Mo Chailín Rua," a song about a traveller's devotion to his red-haired darling. Whereas the original, Irish, version has the tinker losing his ginger girl to a butcher boy, Krunchie has them happily married and living to old age.

A song that came to Krunchie as he strolled by the Tolka river in Glasnevin, August 2018 Itunes, Album, River, Songs, Check, Art, Art Background, Kunst, Rivers

River Stroll

A song that came to Krunchie as he strolled by the Tolka river in Glasnevin, August 2018

A humorous poem punning on "Pistachios:" "Achios was his name, but on Saturday night he became pistachios Pistachios, Saturday Night, Puns, Names, Album, Humor, Art, Mole Puns, Humour

Pistachios

A humorous poem punning on "Pistachios:" "Achios was his name, but on Saturday night he became pistachios

A nineteenth century tune that captures the action of the Battering Ram, used by gangs employed by landlords to evict uneconomic tenants, with the assistance of the police Being A Landlord, Police, Scene, Action, Album, Songs, History, Movie Posters, Art

Battering Ram

A nineteenth century tune that captures the action of the Battering Ram, used by gangs employed by landlords to evict uneconomic tenants, with the assistance of the police

Krunchie humorously complains that people waste too many tea bags Album, Tea, People, Bags, High Tea, Purses, Taschen, Teas, Hand Bags

One Tea Bag

Krunchie humorously complains that people waste too many tea bags