Duets

I absolutely love duets and have been having a most enjoyable time listening to a range of them this evening.

I see them as a type of social bridge with voices connecting perfectly.

I have chosen just one Irish duet and would love if you could tell me of a faviourite of yours from your country or place.

Author: socialbridge

I am a sociologist and writer from Ireland. I have worked as a social researcher for 30 years and have had a lifelong passion for writing. My main research interests relate to health care and sense of place.

38 thoughts on “Duets”

      1. We enjoy it. Graham’s always been a little shy about his singing voice, but we’ve been taking lessons together for the last year and he’s really gotten comfortable and, I think, almost excited to learn new songs. It’s nice to have something unique to do together.

    1. Roy, I hope they did sing it for your mother. I hope I’m like her when I,m in my 80s. First saw the Fureys in the Wexford Inn in Dublin in 1978 and saw Finbar himself here in Waterford just before the pandemic hit. Did you know he lived in Dunmore East for quite a few years in the 90s.
      As for your choice, it would be hard to beat it. Where on earth did you come across it?

            1. He is back at work, still suffering exhaustion, 2days on and 5days off at the moment. He may do a little volunteer work next week if he’s up to it πŸ’œ
              All the boys have introduced me to lots of music as I have them. πŸ’œπŸ’œ

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