From The Olive Tree - Moynihan O' Leary Duo

Released October 2014


From The Olive Tree - Moynihan O' Leary Duo



Deirdre Moynihan, Soprano

Alec O'  Leary, Guitar


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From The Olive Tree - Moynihan/ O' Leary Duo

Deirdre Moynihan (Soprano) and Alec O’Leary (Guitar) are recognised as one of Ireland’s leading duos. They are an engaging and energetic ensemble with a unique performance style that is charming yet dynamic. Their recital programs are innovative offering audiences an exhilarating concert experience. Having sculpted their individual musical identities for many years as soloists, Deirdre and Alec came together in 2010 to perform in the picturesque city of Galway as part of the Galway Music Residency concert series. Since then they have played many high profile concerts nationally and on the international stage. They have commissioned new pieces and arranged many works for voice and guitar including traditional Irish songs, film music and more well known repertoire from Spain, Italy and beyond. Today they continue to evolve and develop their distinctive style while enjoying a busy concert schedule. The Moynihan/O’Leary musical partnership extends through the whole of this recording wherein they arranged many of the works together.

01. Brucia la Terra (from the Godfather III) – Nino Rota/Giuseppe Rinaldi 

       Tres Canciones Españolas – Joaquín Rodrigo

02. En Jerez de la Frontera                                                                             

03. Adela                                                                                                   

04. De Ronda                                                                                               

05. Llorando – Roy Orbison/Joe Melson. Translated by Thania Sanz                    

06. Verde Luna – Vincent Gómez                                                                    

       Canciones Españolas Antiguas – Federico García Lorca                

07. El Café de Chinitas                                                                                    

08. Las Morillas de Jaen                                                                                    

09. Los Reyes de la Baraja 

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10. Los Pelegrinitos                                                                                                                    

11. Anda Jaleo                                                                                                                          

12. La Tarara                                                                                                                                 

13. Zorongo                                                                                                                               

14. Nana de Sevilla                                                                                                                   

15. Sevillanas del Siglo XVIII                                                                                               

16. Coplas del Pastor Enamorado – Joaquín Rodrigo