In this series of commissioned performances, four Mayo musicians explore repertoire which ranges from tunes collected in Mayo in the early 19th century to those associated with Mayo musicians who emigrated to America in the 19th and 20th centuries.

A strong thread of Mayo connections amongst the tune titles features in addition to some more recent compositions by Mayo musicians.

Episode 1:
Emer Mayock (Uilleann Pipes) : Tony Moran’s Reel, Chicago Reel, The Five Crossroads
David Munnelly (Accordion) : Granuale
Gráinne Hambly (Harp) : Barbara Needham, Bohola Jig
Peter Molloy (Flute) : Corragaun Jig (by Sheamus Heneghan), The Kilmovee (by Dermot Grogan) and John McHugh’s

Episode 2:
Peter Molloy (Flute): Ballina Lasses, Castlebar Traveller, Carracastle Lass
Gráinne Hambly (Harp): Bushmills Hornpipe, Doocastle Hornpipe
David Munnelly (Accordion): The Banks of the Moy
Emer Mayock (Uilleann Pipes): Moleskin Breeches, The Newport Lass, Jimmy O’Brien’s

Episode 3:
Gráinne Hambly (Harp): Sunday Morning, Up Boyle’s Hill
Peter Molloy (Flute): The Glens of Mayo, Nell Killeen’s Jig, Cúigiú Lassies
Emer Mayock (Flute): Cuaichín Ghleann Néifin
David Munnelly (Accordion): Blind Harbour

Episode 4:
David Munnelly (Melodeon): Micín Healy’s, Manus Keane’s
Gráinne Hambly (Harp): Oileán Éadaigh, Cloonraine, My Mind Will Never be Easy
Peter Molloy (Flute): Lord Mayo, Castlebar Races, Josie’s Visit
Emer Mayock (Flute): The Blackbird and the Thrush, Is it the Priest You Want
David Munnelly (Accordion) and guest Teresa Clarke (fiddle): The March of the Kilkenny’s
Gráinne Hambly (Concertina): The Frieze Britches
Peter Molloy (Flute): Paddy Mills’, Johnny Watt Henry’s, The Pride of Cloontia
Emer Mayock (Uilleann Pipes): An Gabhrán, The Dandy Reel