Heywood Community School


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Heywood Community School – Carol Service – 15 December, 2017

Carol of the Bells sung by Heywood Community School  Choir
Followed by Heywood Trad group instrumental twist of Tomorrow shall be my dancing day. (Rutter)
Heywood Community School Carol Service 2017.
Directed and accompanied by Julianne Woods.
Fiddle soloist- Conor Donoghue

Christmas Lullaby Composed by John Rutter Sung by Heywood Community School Choir Choir Director- Julianne Woods

Heywood Community School Carol Service 2017

Don oíche úd i mBeithil performed by Heywood Community School Trad group. Lead fiddle solo : Conor Donoghue accompanied on piano by Julianne Woods Director of Trad group: Julianne Woods Heywood CS Carol Service 2017

Heywood Community School – Foundation Mass – 20 October, 2017

‘The Lord is Now about to Enter His Temple’ composed by Andres Gouzes and sung by Heywood Community School Choir at the Heywood Foundation Mass on Friday 20 October 2017.
Conducted by Julianne Wood

Captain O Kane’s played by Heywood Community School Trad group at the Heywood CS Foundation Mass on 20 October 2017, accompanied by Julianne Woods on harp.

Psalm 100 We are God’s People, Heywood Community School choir and Heywood school Trad group- Heywood Community School Foundation Mass Friday 20 October 2017. Soloists Emma Grant and Jeremiah Aghedo.  Conducted and accompanied by Julianne Woods choir director. Composed by David Haas

Laudate Dominum Taize sung by Heywood CS choir and accompanied by Heywood CS trad group And Julianne Woods on piano. Soloists- Meadhbh Kehoe, Darragh Watters and Jeremiah Agedo. Lead violinist Conor Donoghue.

Taimse im chodladh, Violinist- Conor Donoghue, Harpist Julianne Woods

Heywood Community School Carol Service 16 December 2016

O Holy Night performed by the Heywood Community School choir
Soloists: Ava Lalor and Darragh Watters
Directed, conducted and accompanied by Julianne Woods
Carol Service 16 December, 2016

Photograph of Heywood Garden by Lorraine Burke.

Ecce Nomen Domini Emmanuel performed by the Heywood Community School Male schola, conducted by Julianne Woods
Carol Service 17 December, 2016
Photograph of Heywood Gardens by Lorraine Burke

Silent Night performed by Heywood Community School choir
Soloist- Grainne Ní Chinneide
Directed, conducted and accompanied by Julianne Woods
Carol Service 16 December, 2016
Photograph of Heywood Gardens by Lorraine Burke


The Wexford Carol performed by Heywood Community School choir
Directed, conducted and accompanied by Julianne Woods
Carol Service 16 December 2016
Photography of Heywood Gardens by Lorraine Burke.

Don oiche úd i mBeithil
Heywood School trad group.
Directed, conducted and accompanied by Julianne Woods
Arranged by Julianne Woods
Carol Service 16 December 2016

Ding Dong Merrily on High performed by the Heywood Community School choir and trad group directed, conducted and accompanied by Julianne Woods
Carol Service 16 December 2016

Carol of the Bells performed by Heywood Community School choir
conducted by Julianne Woods
Carol Service 16 December 2016

Photograph of Heywood Garden by Lorraine Burke

African Gloria performed by the Heywood Community School choir and directed, conducted and accompanied by Julianne Woods
Carol Service 16 December 2016

Heywood Community School Foundation Mass 21 October, 2016

Seinn Alleluia composed by Ronan McDonagh and sung by Heywood C.S. Choir at during the celebration of the Foundation Day 2016 Mass, 21 October, 2016

Accompanied by members of Trad group:

  • Maeve Murphy- Concertina
  • Rachael Bonham- Flute
  • Ian Rowland- Flute
  • Conor Donoghue- Fiddle
  • Grace Dalton- Flute

Conducted and accompanied by Julianne Woods on piano

Planxty Hewlett composed by Turlough O’Carolan

Played by Heywood C.S. Trad group during the celebration Heywood Community School Foundation Day Mass, 21 October 2016

  • Dara Clooney- Uileann Pipes
  • Maeve Murphy- Concertina
  • Rachael Bonham- Flute
  • David Vesey- Flute
  • Ian Rowland- Flute
  • Conor Donoghue- Fiddle
  • Julianne Woods- Harp

Faithful is the Lord our King, Giolla Mear, traditional Irish adopted by Liam Lawton

 Sung by Heywood C.S. Choir on the occasion of Foundation Day 2016

Accompanied by Heywood Community School Trad group:
Dara Clooney on Uileann Pipes                                                                                                                      Maeve Murphy- Concertina
Rachael Bonham- Flute
David Vesey- Flute
Ian Rowland- Flute
Conor Donoghue- Fiddle
Grace Dalton- Flute

Take, O Take me as I am, composed by John Bell.

Sung by Heywood Community School Choir during the celebration of the Foundation Day Mass on 21 October, 2016.

Accompanied by Heywood Community School Trad group:
Maeve Murphy- Concertina
Ian Rowland- Flute
Conor Donoghue- Fiddle
Grace Dalton- Flute

Conducted and Accompanied by Julianne Woods on piano.
S’mé do Ghiolla composed by Liam Lawton.

Verses sung by Eoghan Brennan, David McEvoy and Darragh Watters during the celebration of the Heywood  Mass, 21 October, 2016.

Heywood Community School Choir on refrain

Accompanied by Heywood Community School Trad group:

  • Maeve Murphy- Concertina
  • Rachael Bonham- Flute
  • David Vesey- Flute
  • Ian Rowland- Flute
  • Conor Donoghue- Fiddle
  • Grace Dalton- Flute

Conducted and accompanied by Julianne Woods on piano.

The Lord will bless all people with peace (Psalm 29) composed by David Haas and sung at the Foundation Day Mass- Heywood Community School on 21 October, 2016
Soloist Ava Lalor
Heywood school choir
Violinist- Conor Donoghue
Conducted and accompanied by Julianne Woods

The Lord is now about to enter His Temple, composed by Andres Gouzes and sung during the celebration of the Heywood Community School Foundation Day Mass on 21 October, 2016 by the Heywood Community School Choir conducted by Julianne Woods.

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A Íosa Mhic Mhuire

African Gloria

Ding Dong

Gaudate

The Lord will bless all people with peace (Haas)

Rúnda Traditional Group. This group is directed by Julianne Woods and is comprised of Daithí Mac An Bheatha Feadóg mhór/piano;  Dara O Cluanaigh gíotar; Maeve Ní Mhurchú Concertín; Caoimhe Ní Mhurchú Bosca Ceol; Cailean O’ Keeffe Bodhrán; Gráinne Ní Dhaltiún Feadóg/ Feadóg mhór; Marc Mac An Bheatha Bainseó/ Maindilín agus  Rachael Ní Bhuinniun Maindilín

Heywood Community School Awards Evening 2015.

Heywood Community School traditional Irish Music group ‘Rúnda’ accompanies Shauna Tierney- World Irish Dancing Champion Dancer 2015 as they perform at the Heywood CS awards ceremony 2015

  • Julianne Woods: piano
  • David Vesey: Flute, Vocal solo,
  • Mark Vesey: Banjo
  • Maeve Murphy: Accordion
  • Caoimhe Murphy: Concertina
  • Rachael Bonham: Flute, Mandolin
  • Grace Dalton: Flute, Tin Whistle
  • Dara Clooney: Guitar
  • Cailean O’Keeffe: Bodhrán
  • Congratulations to Mr David Vesey on his achievement of receiving the Heywood Comhaltas Junior Traditional Irish musician award 2015
  • Congratulations to Mr Cailean O’Keeffe on his achievement of receiving the Heywood Comhaltas Senior Traditional Irish musician award 2015

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Heywood Community School 2015 Carol Service

Ding Dong Merrily on High

Ding Dong Merrily on High arranged by David Haas (fused with a traditional Irish twist), sung by Heywood C.S. Choir conducted by Geraldine Ryan accompanied by Julianne Woods on piano and Heywood C.S. musicians

  • Julianne Woods- piano
    Conor Donoghue- fiddle
    Dara Clooney- Uileann Pipes
    David Vesey- flute
    Josh Bergin -violin
    Meghan Rudkins- violin
    Mairead Mansfield- fiddle
    Mairead Sinnott- tin whistle
    David Bell- button accordion
    Colin Lewis- button accordion
    Caoimhe Murphy- button accordion
    Maeve Murphy- concertina
    Katie Delaney- concertina
    Grace Dalton- flute
    Rachel Bonham- flute
    Ian Rowland- flute
    Fintan Brennan- Beat box
    Séan Uys- guitar
  • Matthew Lawless- guitar
  • Chris Farrell- guitar

Ecce Nomen Domini

Ecce Nomen Domini Emmanuel, Heywood male schola sung at the Heywood Carol Service 2015 conducted by Julianne Woods

Don Oíche Úd i mBeithil

Don Oíche Úd i mBeithil- One Night in Bethlehem Traditional Irish Christmas Carol

Arranged by Julianne Woods for Heywood Carol Service 2015 Performed by Julianne Woods and Heywood Traditional Irish musicians.

  •  Julianne Woods- piano
  • Conor Donoghue- fiddle
  • Dara Clooney- Uileann Pipes
  • David Vesey- flute
  • Josh Bergin -violin
  • Meghan Rudkins- violin
  • Mairead Mansfield- fiddle
  • Mairead Sinnott- tin whistle
  • David Bell- button accordion
  • Colin Lewis- button accordion
  • Caoimhe Murphy- button accordion
  • Maeve Murphy- concertina
  • Katie Delaney- concertina
  • Grace Dalton- flute
  • Rachel Bonham- flute
  • Ian Rowland- flute
  • Fintan Brennan- Banjo

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Heywood School Awards 2016

All I ask of you‘- from Phantom of the Opera.

Emily Walshe (Soprano) and Aaron Phelan (Tenor) both Leaving Cert students of Heywood C.S. accompanied by Julianne Woods on piano. 19/05/2016

 Heywood Trad Group 2016

  • David Vesey: Flute
  • Dara Clooney: Uileann Pipes/ Tin Whistle
  • Maeve Murphy: Concertina
  • Caoimhe Murphy: Button Accordion
  • Mark Vesey: Banjo
  • Rachael Bonham: Flute
  • Grace Dalton: Flute
  • Fintan Brennan: Beat box
  • Colin Lewis: Button Accordion
  • Conor Donoghue: Fiddle
  • Julianne Woods: Piano

Congratulations to Rachael Bonham on receiving the Comhaltas Junior Traditional Irish Music student award in Heywood C.S. for 2016 Congratulations to Dara Clooney on receiving the Comhaltas Senior Traditional Irish Music student award in Heywood C.S. for 2016

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On my Own, from the musical Les Miserables sung by Emily Walshe, a past pupil of Heywood C.S. at The Royal Irish Academy of Music Dublin on 9 October, 2016. Emily received a higher Achievement Award for her Advanced Recital. She is accompanied by Julianne Woods on piano.

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Emily Walshe, past pupil of Heywood C.S. performs ‘O Mio Babbino Caro’ by Giacomo Puccini from the opera Gianni Schicchi (1918)  in The Royal Irish Academy of Music Dublin on 9 October, 2016. Emily received a higher Achievement Award for her Advanced Gold Recital. She is accompanied by Julianne Woods on piano

 

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