Sean Clifford (part 1)
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Sean Clifford (part 1)


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Track 1: Growing up in the village of Killowen in the 1930s and 1940s and tracing his ancestors. Track 2: Working with the local farmers, and the conditions of work. Track 3: Rambling locally and the platform dancers. A recitation of ‘The Cottage in the Glen’, written by his brother Gerry. Track 4: A recitation of ‘The Stranger’. Track 5: Local characters with quick wit, and the occupations of the people in the village of Killowen. Track 6: Joining Allied Irish Banks in 1981 as a porter, and his dedication to the Newmarket Choir for twenty-five years. Track 7: He discusses many unexplained happenings in the area. Track 8: Pisheog working.

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Audio series:

Cork Theatrical Collection


128 kbps

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48 hours

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16.86 MB, 2.89 MB, 9.85 MB, 16.09 MB, 8.37 MB, 1.35 MB, 12.97 MB, 13.19 MB

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A north Cork poet

Recorded by:

Charlie Ginanne