Fiachra – Hidden Gems: A Bright May Morning

Published on 29 May 2014

 

Fiachra performs A Bright May Morning reel on the Irish harp from O’ Neill’s Music of Ireland, Eighteen Hundred and Fifty Melodies. Fáinne the cat crashed the set to make a special cameo appearance!

Please enjoy the May instalment of Hidden Gems: Forgotten Treasures of O’ Neill’s Music of Ireland.

Arrangement by Fiachra Ó Corragáin

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Ephemeral Rift – Music “Flute”

While perusing for flute music I came across the bellow artist. I find that the video presented by him of his playing was very enlightening and relaxing. Full credit is given to E.R. I have also included his links in case you wish to view more of his works.

 

Published on 16 Jun 2014, by E.R. on youtube.

Ephemeral Rift

Just some amateur Native American Flute music improvisation played using my D minor, B Minor and F Sharp flutes (appearing in that order in the video) whlie I sit on a boulder next to a trickling stream, interspersed with footage of various nature scenes.

I hope this brings you some peace and relaxation as it did me.

I added some effects to the flute sound and video to give it a “dreamy” quality.

Namaste’
– E.R.

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  • Above was taken from his youtube page. Full credit goes to E.R. for this music.

Winter Sore Throat Tea

Winter Sore Throat Tea

Make sure you have some of this ready…great recipe for sore throats and chest colds
…..makes about 2 cups

1. Two lemons thoroughly cleaned and sliced
2. Two piece of ginger about the size of your pointer and middle finger together sliced into coin size pieces
3. Honey (about 1 cup or Your preferences)
(I also add ground cinnamon- about a teaspoon)
In a 12-16 oz. jar combine lemon slices and sliced ginger.
Pour honey (organic is best) over it slowly. This may take a little time to let the honey sink down and around the lemon and ginger slices. Make sure when the honey has filled in all the voids, there is enough to cover the top of the lemon slices.
Close jar and put it in the fridge, it will form into a “jelly”. To serve: Spoon jelly into mug and pour boiling water over it.
Store in fridge 2-3 months.

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