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Angelina Carberry and Martin Quinn - Angelina Carberry and Martin Quinn
A nice album of nicely paced tunes from this husband and wife duo. Angelina Carberry- Born in Manchester in the late 70’s into a County Longford family steeped in Traditional Music for Generations. It was not long before Angelina’s interest and keen ear for the music quickly developed. Starting on the tin whistle she soon moved to the Banjo following in the footsteps of her father Peter and her Grand father Kevin. Angelina has since developed a highly personal style with an electric rhytmn that captivates anyone who is lucky to hear. In 1998 Angelina moved to Galway and quickly established herself on the local music scene. Soon after she recorded a duet album with her father Peter on Accordion and accompanied by much sought after accompianist John Blake on Piano and Guitar. The CD received critical acclaim from leading newspapers and music journalists.   Martin Quinn comes from a family of musicians and raconteurs of traditional stories. The family has it's roots in County Armagh. At an early age Martin developed a keen interest in traditional music and especially that of the accordion. Martin took up the accordion in 1981 and since then he has developed a highly refined unique style and is regarded as one of Ireland's finest exponent's of the accordion. In 1996 Martin received the TTCT Diploma from the Irish Department of Education and Comhaltas Ceoltóirí Eireann for teaching the 2 row Button Accordion. Martin began his professional career as a musician in 1994. Since then he has toured Europe and the USA various bands including Lá Lugh appearing at festivals in France, Finland, Britain and Germany.   He has featured on TV and radio nationally and internationally and has contributed to Paul Bradley’s fine solo album "The Atlantic Roar" and more recently on Composer Josephine Keegan ‘s double CD ‘Lifeswork’ contributing 2 tracks. Martin is currently working on na Dorsa’s 2nd CD. € 16.53
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