Fintan meets the
world's oldest Hawk
In this story, which is part 2 of
the 2 part story of Fintan, we hear how the oldest and greatest
Seannachie or Story-teller of Ireland, Fintan meets his end. Before
he does however, he meets the world's oldest Hawk, an old friend
never before seen, and they share their life histories.
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October 2008, 33m
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The Hawk of
Names Used in this
Listed in order of
For more information about the
Characters below, see our Biographies section.
- Flann Febla
- Belach Cuairt
- Comar Tri nUsci
- Belach Conglais
- Dun Tulcha
- Ciarraighe Luachra
- Inber Bairche
- Sliabh Elpa
- Iath Boirche
- Magh Rain
- Magh Tuiredh
- Tuatha De Danaan
- Sliab Raisen
- Comor Cuan
- Magh Mais
- Sons of Mil
- Dun Telera
- Ros Greda
- Mac Modorn
- Druim Ibar
- Eo Rossa
- Mughna Mor
- Traigh Baile
- Clann Degad
- Monodhar mac Cecht
- Fergus mac Roich
- Cu of the Feats
- Inis Geidh
- Magh Leana
- Druim Brice
- Sliabh Fuai
- Druim Seghsa
- Conn Hundred Battler
- Cormac mac Airt
- Niall Nine-Hostager
- Diarmuid Donn
- Fergus mac Cearbhall
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Anne Roos - Celtic
Anne has graciously allowed us to
use three pieces for Fintan's Harp in this tale. The tracks are
Bridget Cruise from the album Haste to
the Wedding, The Seas Are Deep from
the album Mermaids and Mariners and
The Golden Castle from the album A
Light in the Forest. More details about Anne and
these albums can be found on her Contributor Page.
Anne’s music repertoire spans
traditional Celtic (Irish, Scottish, Welsh), English, folk,
religious and secular, Early, Renaissance and classical music, to
Broadway, contemporary, pop and Jazz, and is virtually unlimited.
She can easily provide the traditional “Canon in D” and “Here Comes
the Bride” for a wedding processional, and play classic Frank
Sinatra or Metallica at a reception. Her ability to faithfully play
such a broad range of musical styles has helped to establish her
Visit Anne's website Celtic harp
music or find more details on her Contributor Page.
Edward Ashman, our son, as Aengus
Morgan Colcombe, our son as
For incidental music:
Jo Morrison for her wonderful harp music used in this
episode. You can find her website here. The track
we use here as the bardic accompaniment is Chiorsdain's
Lullaby. See the Contributor Page for details.
Victor Stellar, The Glacial Epoch
from Podsafe Audio. See the
Contributor Page page for details.
Diane Arkenstone The Secret Garden.
See the Contributor Page for details.
Kim Robertson, Angels in Disguise,
All or None . See the Contributor Page for details.
Jigger Time Ticks Away. See
the Contributor Page for details.
For our Theme
The Skylark and
Haghole, the brilliant Culann's Hounds. See
their Contributor page for details.
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Unrestricted Access to Wonderful Music
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go for permission to use any of her masterful music to Anne
Roos. You can find out more about Anne on her website or on
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Caera Extra Special thanks go
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to Caera. You can find out more about Caera on her website or on
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Celia Extra Special Thanks go
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