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THE BEST OF THE FRED HANNA BAND
[BELTONA211]

THE BEST OF THE FRED HANNA BAND
IRISH AND SCOTTISH DANCE MUSIC

No relation of the William Hannah Band, this is another tasty issue from the 1950s Beltona catalogue.

Fred Hanna's band was a six piece led by himself on accordion plus fiddle, piano, drums, bass and for some numbers, saxophone. There are eighteen tracks with over 50 tunes on the CD, a mixture of Irish and Scots airs. There are no songs, it's a lively session of jigs, reels and waltzes that you'll not sleep through!

Fred Hanna was a really top notch musician so this collection is well worth listening too.

18 tracks / 52 Tunes -
The Invercauld - Campbell's Farewell to Redcastle - Colonel Sinclairs :
If You're Irish - With My Shillelagh - Irish Washerwoman - Burnt Potato - McNamara's Band :
The Boys of Blue Hill - The Green Castle :
The Seige of Ennis :
The Locomotive - Golden Eagle :
Sweets of May - Humours of Bandon :
Moincoin Reel - Cooleen Bridge - Music in the Glen :
Mount Stuart House - 79ths Farewell to Gibraltar - Sister Elders :
Dornoch Links - Staten Island - Heights of Alma :
Galway Hornpipe - Sligo Fancy :
Waves of Tory - Officer of the Guard - Trip to the Cottage :
Wild Colonial Boy - Girl from Donegal - Hills of Glenswilly - Banks of Lovely Lee :
The Colquhouns - Muckin' o' Geordie's Byre - Angus MacLeod :
Gentle Maiden - Wild Irish Rose - Kitty of Coleraine - All Those Endearing Young Charms :
Inverness Gathering - Earl of Mansefield - Sweet Maid of Glendaruel :
Peter Street - On the Railroad - Breakdown :
Mountains of Pomeroy - Kelly the Boy from Killann - Step Together - O'Donnell Abu - Boys of Wexford :
Bridge of Athlone :
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