Mary O'Hara – Forty-Five Years. Label: Chrysalis – CHS 2194. From the forthcoming album CHR 1159 Mary O'Hara At The Royal Festival Hall. Recorded at the Royal Festival Hall, London (UK), 5th November 1977.
Mary O'Hara (born 12 May 1935) is an Irish soprano and harpist from County Sligo. She gained attention on both sides of the Atlantic in the late 1950s and early 1960s. In his autobiography Memoirs of an Irish Troubadour (2002), Liam Clancy wrote how her music inspired and influenced him and others of the Folk Revival period.
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Written-By – Stan Rogers
Written-By – O'Hara*, Selig*
- Published By – Bee Bee Music Ltd.
- Published By – Chrysalis Music Ltd.
- Recorded At – Royal Festival Hall
- Producer – David Gold
NotesFrom the forthcoming album CHR 1159 Mary O'Hara At The Royal Festival Hall.
Recorded at the Royal Festival Hall, London (UK), 5th November 1977.
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