"a deeply expressive voice"
-Siobhán long, The Irish Times

"a man of great imagination"
-Dai Jeffries  Folking.com

"truly extraordinary” 
- David Kidman The Living Tradition

"Spine-tingling"   -FRoots



about Preabmeadar

“an extraordinary meeting of wordcraft and music rhythms -Ellen Cranitch; Lyric FM

Preab meadar is something brand new in contemporary trad and Celtic music. 1000 years in the making, it is a sensational new dance music style, of complex rhythms and elaborate lyrics.

Comprising unprecedented rhythms and singing style; it owes its inception to early and medieval Celtic Literature. In particular it is grounded in Gaelic strict-metre syllabic poetry of the medieval period 600AD - 1600AD.

The compositions of Daire Bracken and Lorcán Mac Mathúna are without precedent and have to be heard to be imagined.



Samhradh (Deachnadh Beag)

A "light-stepping dance" in 5/8 and 6/8 rhythms from the 11th century Roscommon poets collection.



SÉadnadh mÓr (The Lion and fox)