Count O'Hanlon — A 17th century rapparee, or highwayman, O'Hanlon is still revered in local legend.
No Man's Land — A quiet, reflective look back at World War 1, the war that was to end all wars.
Eleanor Kane, Dealer's Fancy & Lough Giel — A set of three jigs.
Rape of Glencoe — A song on the attempted genocide by King William III in Scotland of the Clan MacDonald of Glencoe in 1692.
Russell's Reel & The Laurel Bush — Two reels.
Song of the Irish Moss — This song tells of the fun they had in Prince Edward Island, as they gathered the moss.
The Dutchman — A song of both love and war. One of the saddest songs we know.
Green Fields of Glentown, Tear the Calico & Master McHenry's — These three reels are heard very often in the Donegal area.
Clare to Here — The young Irishman in the song thinks of his mother, his sweetheart and his home in County Clare, along the barren, windswept, West coast of Ireland.
Margaree Waltz and Polka — Two lively tunes from Cape Breton in Eastern Canada.
Fincairn Flax — Flax was the raw material that went into the making of Irish Linen. Fincairn is a picturesque area of South Derry.
Artigarvan Mills Adieu — A song of emigration from the County of Tyrone. The poem at the start of the song is a beautiful piece by the Belfast poet, Joseph Campbell and is entitled, The Emigrant'.