For booking inquiries, please visit us at https://www.gigmasters.com/irish-band/the-rose-of-omagh 

and request a quote from us. We perform TRAD (jigs, reels, hornpipes, marches, Irish polkas), Irish drinking songs, folk songs, and ballads as well as original material from our five albums.

Our Players:
Sue McDevitt - Violin/Viola/Keyboard
Janet Marquardt - Violin/Viola
Crystal Jordan - Cello
Joe Mieloch - Bodhran/Drum Set
Gabriel McMorrow - Guitar/Vocals
Anne Archer McMorrow - Whistles/Irish flute
Available Groups:
Duo (Whistles/Irish flute, Guitar/Vocals)
Trio (Violin, Whistles/Irish flute, Guitar/Vocals)
TRAD and Drinking Song Group
(Four Musicians)
(Violin, Whistles/Irish flute, Bodhran/Drum Set, Guitar/Vocals)
Christmastide Group:
(Four Musicians)
Violin/Viola, Whistles/Irish flute, Guitar)

The Rose of Omagh

      Irish Traditional Music

        Effort, PA 18330     

MUSIC

 

Our Album 2016 Live:Jigs and Reels

Our Players:

Whistle/Irish Flute- Anne Archer McMorrow

Fiddle - Sue McDevitt

Guitar - Gabriel McMorrow

Our Album: LIVE 2016: Jigs and Reels
The album avaiable here on our site as wav files for $5.99:
Also Available on iTunes, Google Play, Deezer, Tidal, 24-7, Shazam, and iMusica:
1) Jigs: The Blackthorn Stick/The Creel of Turf/The Woodford Jig
2) Reels: The Green Fields of Rossbeigh/In the Tap Room/The Man of the House
3) Jigs: The Mist Covered Mountain/The Fair Haired Boy/Apples in Winter
4) Reels: The Knotted Cord/The Hunter's Purse/The Old Grey Gander
5) Jigs: The Swallow's Nest/The Templehouse Jig/The Tenpenny Bit
6) Reels: The Flowers of Redhill/Drowsy Maggie/The Star of Munster
7) Jigs: Barbara's Jig/The Hills of Glenurchie/The Church of Drummore
8) Reels: The Congress/Dunmore Lassies/Down the Broom
9) Jigs: Jerry's Beaver Hat/Dusty Windowsills/Haunted House
10) Reels: Saint Anne's Reel/The Green Groves of Erin
Copyright 2016

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The Rose of Omagh Song List

Drinking Songs, Rebel Songs, Folk Songs, and Ballads

The Bog Down in the Valley-O

Boolavogue

The Boys from the County Armagh

From Clare to Here

The Cliffs of Dooneen

The Croppy Boy

Danny Boy

Do You Want Your Old Lobby Washed Down?

Finnegan’s Wake

The Foggy Dew

Four Green Fields

The Galtee Mountain Boy

Galway Bay

If I Should Fall from Grace with God (Pogues)

I’ll Take You Home Again, Kathleen

I’ll Tell Me Ma

I'm a Man You Don't Meet Everyday (Pogues)

Irish Rover

Johnny I Hardly Knew Yeh

The Leaving of Liverpool

The Mermaid

The Minstrel Boy

The Molly Maguires

My Lagan Love

Nancy Whiskey

Oro Se Do Bheatha Abhaile

Paddy’s Green Shamrock Shore

The Parting Glass

Raggle Taggle Gypsies

A Rainy Night in Soho (Pogues)

Red is the Rose

The Rising of the Moon

Sally MacLennane (Pogues)

Saint Brendan’s Fair Isle

Slievenamon

Spancil Hill

The Spanish Lady

Step It Out Mary

Streams of Whiskey (Pogues)

When You Were Sweet Sixteen

Whiskey in the Jar

Whiskey You’re the Devil

The Wild Rover

 

Christmas Songs

Coventry Carol

Don Oiche Ud I mBeithil

Masters in This Hall

I Saw Three Ships

The Wexford Carol

Taladh Chriosda

The Saint Day Carol

The Angel Gabriel

Curoo, Curoo (The Call of the Birds)

The Gooding Carol

The Sussex Carol

O Holy Night

 

Jigs

Barbara’s Jig/Hills of Glenurchie/Church of Drummore (Scottish)

The Blackthorn Stick/Creel of Turf/Woodford Jig

Blue Bonnets (Scottish)

The Dolphin and the Dancer/Angus MacKinnon/Paddy’s Leather Breeches (Scottish)

The Geese in the Bog

Jerry’s Hat/Dusty Windowsills/Haunted House

Haste to the Wedding/Connaughtman’s Rambles/Father O’Flynn

The Kesh/The Battering Ram/Donnybrook Fair

Knocknagow/Humours of Ballyloughlin

Old John’s Jig/Slieve Russel/The Hag at the Churn

Mist Covered Mountain/Fair Haired Boy/Apples in Winter

Morrison’s Jig

Queen of the Fair/Lilting Banshee/My Darling Asleep

The Swallow’s Nest/Templehouse/Tenpenny Bit

Slip Jigs

Hardiman/An Phis Fliuch/The Swaggering

 

Reels

The Boyne Hunt/Sally Gardens/Red Haired Lass

The Congress/Dunmore Lassies/Down the Broom

The Flowers of Redhill/Drowsy Maggie/Star of Munster

The Green Fields of Rossbeigh/In the Tap Room/Man of the House

The High Reel

The Knotted Cord/Hunter’s Purse/Old Grey Gander

Maudabawn Chapel/Pigeon on the Gate/Golden Keyboard

Paddy on the Turnpike/Flowers of Limerick

The Sailor’s Bonnet/Killarney Boys of Pleasure/Maid Behind the Bar

Saint Anne’s Reel/Green Groves of Erin

 

Hornpipes

Harvest Home/Boys of Bluehill/Brendan Vincent’s Favourite

Off to California

 

Marches

Brian Boru’s March

Marbhna Luimni

 

Strathspey

The Braes of Tullimet

 

Works by Turlough Carolan (1670-1738)

Carolan’s Welcome

"Perfection"

is the most appropriate word for the The Rose of Omagh. I took a chance booking on Gigmasters and our family couldn't have been happier with the outcome for my father and laws Birthday Party. Our guests ranging from 5 years old to 80 years old really loved it. The Irish music added to the atmosphere and enhanced the party for everyone, making it extra special. Anne and the band took care of every detail from booking until the end of the event. All I had to do was open the door and they took care of everything else for the evening. After the band left the guests continued to talk about how great they were. I can highly recommend them for any occasion!

Review by Norman W. FROM BRIDGEWATER, NJ ON 12/5/2015

"Perfection"

is the most appropriate word for the The Rose of Omagh. I took a chance booking on Gigmasters and our family couldn't have been happier with the outcome for my father and laws Birthday Party. Our guests ranging from 5 years old to 80 years old really loved it. The Irish music added to the atmosphere and enhanced the party for everyone, making it extra special. Anne and the band took care of every detail from booking until the end of the event. All I had to do was open the door and they took care of everything else for the evening. After the band left the guests continued to talk about how great they were. I can highly recommend them for any occasion!

Review by Norman W. FROM BRIDGEWATER, NJ ON 12/5/2015

The Rose of Omagh

The Rose of Omagh

Founded December 2014, The Rose of Omagh is a traditional Irish band consisting of four performers:

Anne Archer McMorrow - Irish flute/tin whistle/low whistle/uilleann pipes/piano/harp

Sue McDevitt - Fiddle/Viola/piano, also performs with the Reading Symphony and Bella Musica 

 

Janet Marquardt - Fiddle/Viola also performs with Berks Sinfonietta.

Gabriel McMorrow - Dublin native. Guitar and Vocals. 

We perform jigs, reels, hornpipes, marches, Scottish jigs, reels, and strathspey, Irish folk songs, Irish drinking songs, Irish rebel songs and Irish ballads.

Photo By: Gabriel McMorrow

Anne Archer McMorrow

REVIEWS

"Excellent"

I hired the Rose of Omagh for a housewarming party in September and liked them so much that I hired them again for my (very Irish) mother's birthday party two months later. They advertise that they are reminiscent of a "real" traditional pub session and having lived nearly a decade in Ireland, I can say that they could sit in with the best.

Review by Tish O. FROM ESSEX FELLS, NJ ON 11/21/2015

"Incredible"

The Rose of Omagh were incredible. They are incredibly talented and professional. Their music takes you to Ireland in a heartbeat. We were fortunate to have them play our party. You will not regret having them at your event.

Review by Ryan M. FROM HAMILTON, NJ ON 3/14/2015

"Perfection"

is the most appropriate word for the The Rose of Omagh. I took a chance booking on Gigmasters and our family couldn't have been happier with the outcome for my father and laws Birthday Party. Our guests ranging from 5 years old to 80 years old really loved it. The Irish music added to the atmosphere and enhanced the party for everyone, making it extra special. Anne and the band took care of every detail from booking until the end of the event. All I had to do was open the door and they took care of everything else for the evening. After the band left the guests continued to talk about how great they were. I can highly recommend them for any occasion!

Review by Norman W. FROM BRIDGEWATER, NJ ON 12/5/2015

Photo By: Sigal Mizrahi

 
 
 

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