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Jókai Klub starting time in this term is 18.00, with no céilí.
18.00: lecture, 19.00: Branc concert

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TÍR NA NÓG 1999
Fairy music
Tania is Dancing

On the first disc of the double album there are Irish folksongs and pieces related to the four great feasts that divide the seasons. The second CD contains tales (in Hungarian), from Ireland and Flowearth, accompanied by tunes belonging to the texts.

With:
Gáborján Kovács: flute, vocals, percussion, noises, storytelling
Róbert Császár: guitar, mandolin, whistle
Berta Tőzsér: whistle, flute, kaval, vocals
Péter Szolár: whistles, accordion, vocals

Guest:
Gáire McCapaill: fiddle, Dr. Gilbert's tale

1. CD

    Samhain

  1. Déirin Dé Lullaby
  2. Cáit Ní Dhuibhir Kitty O'Dwyer
  3. Amhrán na Leabhar The Song of the Books
  4. Bruach na Carraige Báine Top of the White Rock
  5. Dreolín Wrenboys
  6. A Stór a Stór a Ghrá My Darling, My Love
  7. Imbolc

  8. Gabhaim Molta Bríde - Téanam Abhaile... I Praise Bridget - Come Home!
  9. Commin' o' the Fairy Folk
  10. Beltine

  11. Little Brigid Flynn
  12. Caoineadh an Spailpín The Spalpeen's Lament
  13. Three Times Around The Sídh
  14. Óró mo Bhaidín - 18th Century Hungarian Dance Oró my Boat - 18th Century Hungarian Dance
  15. Lugnasad

  16. Iníon a' Phalaitínigh - Green Eyes The Daughter of the Palatinate - Green Eyes
  17. Tír na nÓg Land of Youth
  18. Me a gar eur Goulmik - Niamh

2. CD

  1. Wanderings of Niamh (Tale)
  2. The eyelands of Dr. Gilbert (Tale)
  3. Tammm kentan - Tamm kreiz - Dr Gilbert
  4. The Red Admiral butterfly (Tale) - Butterfly
  5. Plumina Flor (Tale)
  6. The Flower of Magherally
  7. Tania is dancing (Tale)
  8. Tania is Dancing
  9. The man of Larmor forest (Mese)
  10. Larmor - Octomber - Laridé á six temps
  11. Éiníní