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Mossie & Aine Martin – fiddle & harp

Mossie & Aine Martin on fiddle and harp, during the senior duets competition at the Fleadh in Derry in 2013.

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Mary Bergin – Irish Tin Whistle player

Mary Bergin tin whistle

Mary Bergin, born in Shankill, County Dublin, Ireland, is a highly regarded Irish tin whistle player. Her parents, Joe and Máire, were musicians themselves, playing the melodeon and fiddle, which nurtured her early musical environment. Mary’s journey with the tin whistle began at the age of nine, influenced by hearing Willie Clancy play in an Oireachtas concert in Dublin.

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Boys of the Lough

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boyslough.jpgThe group Boys of the Lough was formed in 1967, and is still making music today. Their first album, Boys of the Lough, was released in 1972 with Cathal McConnell (flute, song) Robin Morton (song, bodhran, concertina) Aly Bain (fiddle) and Dick Gaughan (song, guitar)

Their music mixes the Irish and Scottish traditions with outside influences like Scandinavian music. In a career spanning over 30 years, they have released 20 albums.

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