Once more, Jay shamelessly exploits “Q&A” to do a music program – this one in celebration of St. Patrick’s Day. You’ll hear Irish music of various types – performed by John McCormack, Kathleen Ferrier, Bryn Terfel, and noteworthy others.

You get songs, needless to say. But you also get a famous march – “Brian Boru’s March” – and a selection from The Father of the Nocturne, the Irishman John Field.

Guess what song the ’cast goes out on? Why, what else, Danny?

The complete playlist for this show is located here.

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  1. Rodin Member

    A refreshing St. Patrick’s Day treat. Thank you.

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  2. EEM Inactive

    Loved this, thank you, Jay Nordlinger!

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  3. Cunctator Member

    Great podcast.  Have you done your equivalent of the “Desert Island Discs” on this site?

    • #3
  4. Pencilvania Inactive

    I just got to listen to this, and loved it! I confess some of my favorite episodes are the music ones.

    And I laughed out loud at Jay’s opinion of ‘audience participation!’  I so sympathize.

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