A Sampling of
Connie's Celtic Collection
The Foggy Dew
Irish ballad describing the 1916 Easter Rebellion in Dublin.
The Rocky Road to Dublin
Irish tongue-twister ballad about a young lad's adventures while traveling to Dublin.
The Hare’s Lament
One of many “bunny” songs from Ireland, this one written from the perspective of the hare.
Foggy Banks & Haul Away Joe
Sea Songs of the British Isles sung by the crew of fishing ships.
Scottish medieval ballad about two hungry crows and a dead knight.
During the 1749 Jacobite Rebellion in Scotland, Bonnie Prince Charles led his clans against the British. This song reflects the spirit of the time.
Chi Mi Na Morbheanna
(The Mist-Covered Mountains) This Scottish song in Gaelic is a “cry from the heart” yearning for the mountains of home.
(Little Pet) An Irish “dandling” or children’s song in Gaelic sung to a baby while being bounced on the mother's knee.