Lean out of the window - Tar go dtí an fhuinneog

by Enda Reilly

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Lean out of the window, Goldenhair, I heard you singing A merry air. My book is closed; I read no more, Watching the fire dance On the floor. I have left my book, I have left my room, For I heard you singing Through the gloom, Singing and singing A merry air. Lean out of the window, Goldenhair.
Tar go dtí an fhuinneog (Aistriúchán ar Lean out of the Window le James Joyce) Tar go dtí an fhuinneog ‘Niamh Chinn Óir. Chuala tú ’canadh I do bhinnghlór. Dhúnas an leabhar. Ní léim níos mó. Breathnaím ar lasracha Ó óró. D’fhágas an leabhar. Is an seomra d’fhág Mar chuala mé amhrán Tríd an scáil. Ag canadh os ard I do bhinnghlór. Tar go dtí an fhuinneog ’Niamh Chinn Óir. Aistrithe ag Gabriel Rosenstock


English poem "Lean out of the window" by James Joyce. Gaeilge version transcreated by Gabriel Rosenstock. Melody and composition newly composed by Enda Reilly. Performed, recorded, mixed and Mastered by Enda Reilly.


released June 15, 2020

James Joyce, Gabriel Rosenstock agus Enda Reilly. "File:James Joyce Statue Triest 08-2016 120dpi.jpg" by Fabian Sandner is licensed under CC BY-SA 4.0




Enda Reilly Plymouth, Michigan

Enda Reilly is a folk singer, songwriter and guitarist drawing influences from the likes of Christy Moore, John Martyn, Nick Drake and Dick Gaughan.
Rooted in the past with songs that strive for a better future, Enda Reilly’s work invites you to see the world from his varied and unique perspective through each new song.
Original songs in Irish and English, WB Yeats' poetry and collaborations.
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