Téada

Téada is one of the busiest bands on the traditional Irish music scene. They are a group creating a soulful, stately sound with a subtle approach to adornment.

Their debut CD features the uniquely sweet fiddle-playing and vocals of Sligo musician, Oisín Mac Diarmada, the flowing flute and harmonic guitar playing of London-born John Blake, rhythmic bouzouki and banjo-playing from Seán McElwain of Monaghan, and the thoughtfully-crafted tune settings are sensitively enhanced by Tristan Rosenstock on bodhrán.

Téada (tay-da): meaning ’strings’ in the Irish language

 

"Téada are a new and fresh face in Irish music….this is a band to watch out for." - The Irish Voice

Téada

Téada

MP3/320 $10.00
CD $15.00

Track Listing

Tom Connor's, The Joy Of My Life, Handy With The Stick
Teresa Halpin's, Rathlin Island, Michael Hynes'
The Surround, Up In The Garret, Port Na Deoraí
Peigín's Peadar
Micho Russell's, Bill Harte's, The Green Gates
The Chaffpool Post, The Mayday Hornpipe
The Liffey Banks, Pat Molloy's
A Bhean a'Ti
Tom Roddy's, The Old Firm Jig, The Maid At The Well
Rossinver Braes
The Crock Of Gold, Johnny's Gone To France, The Tailor's Thimble