Down By The Sally Gardens Irish songs Celtic music Ireland folk traditional Ireland

Down By The Sally Gardens Irish songs Celtic music Ireland folk traditional Ireland

Down By The Sally Gardens Irish songs Celtic music Ireland folk traditional Ireland

Visit www.larkandspur.com Come, take a journey to beautiful Ireland. Experience majestic castles, lush countryside and soaring cliffs with ocean waves all set to the lovely Irish Celtic music folk song “Down By The Sally Garden”. This song, popularized by Orla Fallon of the famous Celtic Woman singers, is performed superbly by Lark and Spur in this video. Be sure to check out all Lark and Spur videos including my “Beautiful Scotland Music Video” set to “Will Ye Go Lassie Go”. Search by, larkandspur, to find them. Visit us at http Enjoy! For great deals on kids ride on toys www.girlsrideontoys.com To watch lots of free TV shows and movies http
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  1. truebeliever192Jan 19, 2012

    it gives me so much peace when i listen to this music with my eyes closed

  2. GremlinsAndGnomesJan 19, 2012

    Ireland is so amazing. I want to visit my family over there but I have no job so I can’t get money.
    🙁

  3. DuoWithMe94Jan 19, 2012

    So pretty. I got to sing this song in choir a while back

  4. Emmaward222Jan 19, 2012

    @katlynxox123 KATLYN DONT TELL POEPLE WHERE U LIVE !!!!

  5. katlynxox123Jan 19, 2012

    Ireland abu (i am from Ireland)

  6. 627katelynJan 19, 2012

    I sing this song Choir

  7. padraigpursealJan 19, 2012

    @mbagel469
    That is a shame as it is a lovely song maybe she didn’t see it as a choir song

  8. LEOPARDTWOJan 19, 2012

    Erin go Bragh!

  9. watanabe993Jan 19, 2012

    14 ppls deaf
    

  10. watanabe993Jan 19, 2012

    great song ever i heard

  11. SheRriiBlueBeRriiJan 19, 2012

    Amazing music!! I love it! 😀

    Faving it!^^

  12. MrResidentevil5Jan 19, 2012

    This is why I’m glad to be Half-Irish

  13. mbagel469Jan 19, 2012

    Sally Gardens refers to the willows on the outskirts of villages to fasten thatching on their roofs. Young lovers used to meet there. At least my grandma said something along those lines. I’ve known this song since I was little. It’s so pretty. I tried to get my High School Choir teacher to let us sing it, but I guess it wasn’t her taste or something.

  14. doxysroxJan 19, 2012

    I remember playing this song on the recorder in grade 4… Our music teacher later died… I played the clarinet while my teachers daughter sang… It was beautiful <3
    RIP Mrs. Oyver :'( <3 <3 <3 <3 <3

  15. doxysroxJan 19, 2012

    I remember playing this song on the revorder in grade 4… Our music teacher later died… I played the clarinet while my teachers daughter sang… It was beautiful <3
    RIP Mrs. Oyver :'( <3 <3 <3 <3 <3

  16. thaihustlerJan 19, 2012

    nice picture of Ireland, it sure liked to visit it once and thanks to “fractale” for leading me to such a nice video m( _ _ )m

  17. garth1222Jan 20, 2012

    Omg this song is in the anime fractle! I love it so much!

  18. thekevinkyleJan 20, 2012

    Wow ,,,Awesome,,Beautiful. Tks.

  19. jabamelkadze1Jan 20, 2012

    Ireland, love you, love you, love you much! Greetings and best wishes to our legendary relatives-to Irish nation! Wishing to see free and united Ireland! Caucasian Georgia(eastern Hibernia, Iweria), AN tSeoirsia! Our culture, our dances and songs look like yours much! Our hot, mountaineer character look like yours too! And as the legend tells- we are brothers! Irishs, please watch ERISIONI dances through youtube!….

  20. SalphadonJan 20, 2012

    Excellent video

  21. amp3cx10000a7jpJan 20, 2012

    Many Many thanks beautiful-tune upload!
    

  22. ballentimesJan 20, 2012

    Beatuiful Island – i really hope i can realize it sometimes to make my holiday there

  23. kyboy13Jan 20, 2012

    My ancestors are Irish and I would love to visit Ireland some day.

  24. bexhornbyJan 20, 2012

    @WhiteStarHorses It is.. i’ve lived in Ireland my whole life and wouldn’t dream of ever moving 🙂 although you’ll find most irish people are prou of their country lol 🙂

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