Radio Week

By Fiona Rae In Uncategorized

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26th February, 2005
SATURDAY February 26 Global Sounds: Anúna, Concert FM, 2.00pm. The shimmery, shivery chorale ensemble Anúna will be familiar to Riverdance fans; their renditions of ancient and contemporary Irish music were pivotal to that straight-armed, tap-dancing spectacular. They were formed in 1987 by Michael McGlynn, performing McGlynn's works, as well as Middle English, Breton, medieval Irish, Latin and Greek compositions. Today's recording is from a special charity concert in Ireland; to add to the atmosphere, try closing the blinds and lighting a few candles - Anúna ...

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