The tradition of the seanchie did not die with the great housesof the Gael. Storytellers flourished long after the aristocracywould no longer be able to support the ancient harping and bardictraditions. The tales and myths became the wards of the common folk and continued their life, and were imbued with new life, beside the turf fires of the humble hearth throughout the Celtic lands. Here is a few of those tales, the spoken word accentedby Irih and Scottish melody.
My Nanny O 1:58The Tayman 5:49Rory Dalls Sisters Lament 3:50Charles O' Connor 3:03The StarThrower 11:46The Fiddler and the Phuca 7:14O Rare Turpin Hero 1:51King Cormac's Cup 20:24