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Reelin’ in Tradition

By Mick Mulcahy, Louise Mulcahy, Michelle Mulcahy, Cló Iar-Chonnacht

Tagairt: CICD 180  

‘For those who really know their traditional music, the Mulcahy Family must rank as one of the most impressive musical families in Ireland today.’
– Martin Hayes, from the sleevenotes of Reelin’ in Tradition

Sna sála ar a dtaifeadadh iontach Notes from the Heart a d’eisigh Cló Iar-Chonnachta i 2005, tá Mick Mulcahy agus a iníonacha Louise (26) agus Michelle (24) ar ais lena n-albam nua, Reelin’ in Tradition. Má thug an chéad albam ardán d’fhuaim rithimiúil álainn an teaghlaigh – chomh maith le rímháistreacht Mhichelle agus Louise ar uirlisí éagsúla – baineann Reelin’ in Tradition céim nua amach a léiríonn sárchumas agus ilghnéitheacht a saothair go healaíonta.

Bíonn Mick, Michelle agus Louise ag seinm go rialta ar fud na hÉireann agus sna Stáit Aontaithe agus tá fuaim shainiúil, tharraingteach acu. Mar a deir Martin Hayes: ‘Chuir mé aithne ar cheol Mick Uí Mhaolchathaigh den chéaduair agus mé ag éisteacht lena chéad taifeadadh aonair … Dar le m’athair agus liom féin go raibh mothúcháin an-doimhne le sonrú ina chuid ceoil. Tá an bua céanna ceoil faighte mar oidhreacht ag a chuid iníonacha anois, agus léirítear sin ar feadh an tsártaifeadta seo.’


 

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Reelin’ in Tradition, Irish Echo, Review

It’s not fair. No three family members should have the abundance of musical talent that Mick, Louise and Michelle Mulcahy of Abbeyfeale, West Limerick, have. On this, their third album together (“The Mulcahy Family” and “Notes From the Heart” came out in 2000 and 2005 respectively), the Brosna, North Kerry-born Mick Mulcahy on button accordions joins daughter Louise on uilleann pipes and D and E flat flutes and daughter Michelle on harp, concertina, fiddle and piano for a largely familiar repertoire that’s fresly and impressively played.