Luke Daniels – The Polyphon Chronicles

Luke Daniels – The Polyphon Chronicles
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Sat 9 November 2019
Saturday 9 November 2019
7:00 PM - 10:00 PM
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40th Cork Folk Festival Presents- Luke Daniels

Sunday 6th October, St Peters Church: 1pm Luke Daniels – The Polyphon Chronicles. An Spailpín Fánach: (upstairs) 3.30pm Box Concert: Presented by Con O’ Drisceoil with Luke Daniels, Tommy Cunniffe, Dermot Byrne €10

Luke Daniels began his career in the mid-'90s with the release of his debut instrumental collection Tarantella. His own recordings as a frontman made him a star of the traditional folk world and his virtuoso command of the melodeon led to a variety of session gigs over the years with artists like Ian AndersonDe Dannan and Cara Dillon. After multiple instrumental releases and over two decades as a sought-after session player, Daniels switched his focus to guitar and piano, beginning a dramatic shift that would see him reinvent himself as a singer/songwriter and released a CD of his own songs in 2014 entitled,  What's Here What's Gone. While in Cork Luke will give a performance with a Polyphon, this is a 4ft-high mechanical disc-playing music box, developed in Germany in the 19th century, which sounds like a combination of tinkling, high-register keyboards and glockenspiel. 

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87A North Main Street, Cork, Cork, IE

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