Beautiful Vale of Belvoir

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Sean McMahon.

The Beautiful Vale of Belvoir.
Traditional Ballads

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List of Tracks: 

1. The Beautiful Vale of Belvoir (4.44) (Comp ,Martin Kennedy)
2. The Lovely Sweet Banks of the Moy (4.00)
3. Graine Uaile (4.57)
4. The Boys of Bar na Sraide (4.46) (Comp.Sigerson Clifford)
5. John Mitchel (4.07)
6. Hills of Sweet Mayo (3.48)
7. Sarsfield (6.07)
8. Lovely Mary (3.19)
9. When the Fields are White with Daisies (3.48)
1 0. Come Home to Abbeyfeale (5.5) (Comp. Sean MceCarthv)
1 I. The Lovely Banks of Blane (4.08)
12.. Lough Ernes Shore (4,48)
13. Lovely Derry (3.59)
14. Mary on the Banks of the Lee (5.18)
15. Skibbereen (4.47)
16. The Chapel Gate in Cooraclare (4.47)


Extract from Sleeve Notes: 

About Sean McMahon

Sean McMahon was born in Clonbrick, Kilkishen in East Clare and has been involved in traditional music and singing all his life.
During the eleven years he spent in England he sang in many Irish pubs and clubs. When he settled back in his native country he continued this interest and helped form a branch of C.C.E. in Kilmurry. Sean was also involved in the building and running of Cois na hAbhna in Ennis and of the founding of The Ennis Singers Club.

Belvoir is a beautiful valley in East Clare on the Sixmilebridge to Broadford Road and about two miles from Kilkishen. It was immortalised by Martin Kennedy, a poet and blacksmith from Violet Hill in Broadford, who composed the song "The Beautiful Vale of Belvoir" at the turn of the last century

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Format: single CD with booklet

Vale of Belvoir
Sean McMahon