Label: Lapwing Records - LAP 113 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: UK • Genre: Folk, World, & Country • Style: Celtic
"Eppie Morrie" on Sìleas' album Delighted With Harps: To steal away Eppie Morrie 'Cause she wouldn't be a bride, a bride Wouldn't be a bride. Out it came her mother then It was a moonlit night She couldn't see her daughter For the moon, it shone so bright, so bright The moon, it shone so s On: The Winds Begin To Sing.
Well, Sileas is the greatest harp duo I've heard yet, and I am harpbroken at being unable to replace my old vinyl. No air in particular can be cited over the othes for quality, except perhaps the songs: Be they English Ballads like Eppie Morrie, or Gaelic language as are Tha Mulad and Cadal Chan Fhaigh Mi, they tug mightily at the listener's heart.5/5(6).
· Delighted With Harps, an Album by Sìleas. Released in Genres: Scottish Folk Music/5(12).
The first recording of Scottish harp duo, released in Patsy Seddon on gut-strung harp and vocals, and Mary MacMaster on metal-strung harp and vocals. It seems P. Seddon mainly plays the melody on gut-strung harp and M. MacMaster accompanies on metal-strung harp. Lots of nice tunes with very inventive arrangements.
Celtic Lyrics Corner > Artists & Groups > Sìleas > Delighted With Harps > Eppie Morrie: Eppie Morrie: Credits: n/a: Appears On: Delighted With Harps: Language: Scots-English: Other Versions: "Eppie Morrie" on Karan Casey's album The Winds Begin To Sing: Lyrics: Four and twenty Hielanders Cam' frae Carron side Tae steal awa' Eppie Morrie.
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