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.
Album · 1991 · 12 Songs. See All. Irish Traditional Folk Songs.
Album by Mary O'Hara. A Hebridean Milking Song. Bring Me a Shawl From Galway. Bridge Over Troubled Water. Scarlet Ribbons (Ruban Rouges). Song for a Winter's Night. When I Need You. Lord of the Dance.
Mary O'Hara – Mary O'Hara At The Royal Festival Hall. Label: Music For Pleasure – MFP 4156641.
Mary Margaret O'Hara Gig Timeline. Mary Margaret O'Hara The Queen's Hall, Edinburgh - Nov 12, 1989 Nov 12 1989. Mary Margaret O'Hara Roskilde Festival 1992 - Jun 28, 1992 Jun 28 1992. Mary Margaret O'Hara Hammersmith Odeon, London - Jul 1, 1992 Jul 01 1992. Last updated: 29 Apr 2019, 19:04 Etc/UTC.
Mary o'hara at the royal festival hall.
Listen to music from Mary O'Hara like Morning Has Broken, Oro Mo Bhaidin & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Mary O'Hara. Mary O'Hara was born in 1935 at County Sligo, Ireland. From 1952 to 1962 she sang mostly Irish and Scottish songs.
|A1||Morning Has Broken|
|A3||A Hebridean Milking Song|
|A5||Bring Me A Shawl From Galway|
|A6||Bridge Over Troubled Water|
|B4||Song For A Winter's Night|
|B5||When I Need You|
|B6||Lord Of The Dance|
|CHR 1159||Mary O'Hara||Mary O'Hara At The Royal Festival Hall (LP)||Chrysalis||CHR 1159||UK||1977|
|52007||Mary O'Hara||At The Royal Festival Hall (CD, Album)||Shanachie Entertainment||52007||UK||Unknown|
|6307 619||Mary O'Hara||Mary O'Hara At The Royal Festival Hall (LP)||Chrysalis||6307 619||Germany||1978|
|52007||Mary O'Hara||At The Royal Festival Hall (LP, Album)||Shanachie||52007||US||1984|
|CHR 1159||Mary O'Hara||Mary O'Hara At The Royal Festival Hall (LP)||Chrysalis||CHR 1159||Ireland||1977|