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« on: August 16, 2017, 01:36PM »

Tara may be the most versatile performer that CW has ever had.  She is great on the violin and the harp.  She also plays the piano but I doubt she will ever get to do that with CW since they have a piano player when they are on tour.  She is also a good singer.  I hope that Gavin Murphy has the good sense to let her sing a song in next years spring tour.
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« Reply #1 on: August 16, 2017, 06:32PM »

Tara may be the most versatile performer that CW has ever had.  She is great on the violin and the harp.  She also plays the piano but I doubt she will ever get to do that with CW since they have a piano player when they are on tour.  She is also a good singer.  I hope that Gavin Murphy has the good sense to let her sing a song in next years spring tour.
Indeed  she  is  Hubert.    That  is  so  true.  Although  it  can  be  said  that  the  CW  powers-that-be    may  not  have  fully  tapped  the  full  potential  of  every  one  of  our  gals.  Meav,  for  example,  is  also  a  pianist  and  a  harper  in  her  own  right.  I hope Tara  gets to  sing  too. That  would  be  part  Gavin's  call  and  even  part  Meav's  call  as vocal  director.   Cool
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« Reply #2 on: August 18, 2017, 01:52PM »

That is most interesting, James.  Meav left the group before Orla but if it had been the other way around, maybe Meav would have played the harp on tour.  I really hope that Tara gets to sing the song "John Condon" on tour.  I love that song.  Tara gets more passionate as the song goes on.  The story itself is very touching.  Watch it on YouTube if you have not already.
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