Musical Recordings

Musical Recordings

The Music of St. Louis Irish Arts

The five albums of St. Louis Irish Arts are currently available for purchase by contacting  Listen to several recordings from each album on this page and as the featured music on our SLIA Instructor pages.

Volume I
The self-titled album was released in 1997 in celebration of the 25th anniversary of St. Louis Irish Arts as a branch of Comhaltas Ceoltóirí Éirean.


"King of the Faries" St Louis Irish Arts Volume I


"The Snowy Path/Foxhunter's" St Louis Irish Arts Volume I

Volume II
Released in 1999, this recording is dedicated to all the helping hands along the way who devoted time, money, and energy towards providing the exising structure of St. Louis Irish Arts.  It is a musical celebration of our mission: to promote and preserve the traditional music, song and dance of Ireland for all who wish to enjoy it.


"Diarmuid's March" St Louis Irish Arts Volume II


"Mr. O'Connor" St Louis Irish Arts Volume II

Volume III – From Limerick to St. Louis Irish Arts
In 2003, St. Louis Irish Arts celebrated its 30th year as a branch of Comhaltas Ceoltóirí Éirean.  This recording demonstrates what the organization has come to represent – traditional music for the next generation.  Volume Three is also dedicated to the memory of Helen Gannon’s mother, Sadie Phillips, from Limerick who died in January 2003.  As a mother, her appreciation of Irish music and dance has stretched into four generations of her family and to thousands of other children who have come through tht ranks of St. Louis Irish Arts.


"The Banks" St Louis Irish Arts Volume III


"Lark in the Morning/Tony Kenny's" St Louis Irish Arts Volume III

Volume IV- Craic
On August 29, 2004, at the Fleadh Cheoil na hÉireann in Clonmel, Ireland, the St. Louis Irish Arts Senior instrumental group became the second American group in the history of Comhaltas Ceoltóirí Éireann to win the All Ireland Senior Grupai Cheoil championship.  This album is dedicated to the instructors, performers and supporters who brought St. Louis Irish Arts to this pinnacle.


"Grupai Cheoli Set" St Louis Irish Arts Volume IV


"The Magic Slipper Polkas" St Louis Irish Arts Volume IV

P.J. Gannon – Harmonica and Harp
St. Louis Irish Arts released this album featuring P.J. Gannon on harmonica and Eileen Gannon on harp in September 2007.


"Roisin Dubh" PJ Gannon


"Danny Boy" PJ Gannon

*NEW*The Magic of Twinning 
Our latest CD. St. Louis Irish Arts and our twin branch from Skibbereen, Ireland released this album from their live concert together on July 5, 2011.