b. Galway, Ireland. Sean Tyrrell sings and has your guitar, mandocello and banjo, and initial became known in Ireland because the author of a musical interpretation of Brian Merriman’s satire on eighteenth-century sexuality, The Midnight Courtroom. It uncovered both Tyrrell’s passion for poetry and his capability to adjust such literary resources into a radiant musical construction. His own materials was attracted from the neglected customs of authors and poets including Johnny Mulhern, David Callinan, John Boyle O’Reilly and Louis MacNiece. His debut record also included a bit from nineteenth-century Presbyterian John Frazier. The materials was gathered more than a 20-season period and performed intermittently throughout that period, animating materials by Mulhern such as for example ‘Demolition Man’ or Callinan’s ‘Home Of Joy’. A collection from Boyle O’Reilly’s poem ‘Trilogy’ offered the recording its name. Also included was ‘Blue Green Bangle’, presented on Sean Keane’s All Heart No Roses recording. The dynamism from the collection owed very much to the involvement of established music artists such as for example Davey Spillane, Mairtin O’Connor and Greg Boland.