Discography

 

Glenside Four:

“The Gypsy Rover” / “VICA” (1976): 45 rpm single.

Innisfree:

“Innisfree” (1989): Album-length cassette. Contains Brian’s original jig “Spider on the Bodhran.”

“Innisfree 2: Changes of Pace” (1991): Album-length cassette. Contains Brian’s original slow air “The Cardinal’s Song.”

“Innisfree: Live Among the Saints!” (1992): Album-length concert recording. Contains Brian’s original song “Son of Erin.”

Celtimorphosis:

“Helmira 1864 - 1865: The Andersonville of the North” (WSKG-TV, 1993): Sound track for the Emmy-nominated Civil War prison documentary.

“Celtimorphosis” (Orchard Park Recordings, 1995): Album-length CD and cassette.

“Christmas Traditions” (Orchard Park Recordings, 1996): Contributed two tracks to compilation CD and cassette: “Christmas in the New World” and “The Wexford Carol.”

“Celtic Traditions” (Orchard Park Recordings, 1997): Album-length CD and cassette. Contains Brian’s original melody “The Seneca Strathspey.”

“A Community Album” (The Chemung Valley History Museum, 1998): Contributed three tracks to the CD which accompanied the museum exhibit: “Yankee Doodle,” “The Erie Canal” and “When Johnny Comes Marching Home / The Minstrel Boy.”

“Horizons: A 1998 Instrumental Music Sampler” (Orchard Park Recordings, 1998): A compilation CD which reissued three selections from previous recordings, “The Aran Boat” from “Celtimorphosis” and “The Seneca Strathspey” and “The Sally Gardens” from “Celtic Traditions.

“An Olde World Christmas” (Orchard Park Recordings, 1998): Contributed four tracks to compilation CD and cassette: “In the Bleak Mid-Winter,” “God Rest You, Merry Gentlemen,” “O Come, Little Children,” and “Christmas Is Coming.”

“Acoustic World” (Orchard Beat Records, 1999): Contributed two tracks to compilation CD:“Merrily Kiss the Quaker / The Blarney Pilgrim” and “Wreck of the Armada.”

"Celtic Instrumental Mood" (Orchard Beat Records): A compilation CD which included reissues of ten tracks from "Celtimorphosis" and "Celtic Traditions."

"Season of Hope and Joy" (Orchard Beat Records for Logos Bookstore, 2013): Joined by Meredith Bocek on harp and Timothy Ball on violin.  Brian played on nine tracks and arranged "Away in Three Mangers."

West o’ Clare:

“Take One” (West o’ Clare Productions, 1996): Album-length cassette.

“Evening’s End” (1996): Single written by Brian with John Owens.

“Somewhere ... West o’ Clare, v.1. Twin Tiers Journey” (West o’ Clare Productions, 1996): Travel video of the Irish establishments in the Twin Tiers. Sound track features cuts from “Take One” and “Celtimorphosis.” Later broadcast on WSKG-TV.

“Four Track Mind” (West o’ Clare Productions, 1997): Album-length CD and cassette. Contains Brian’s original songs “The Calamity Ceili” and “Barley Wine” plus Brian’s “The Cayuga Jig.”

“Take Two!” (West o’ Clare Productions, 1999): Album-length CD. Contains Brian’s original song, “Glenveagh.”

"A Ceili Dance with West o' Clare" (Orchard Beat Records and West o' Clare Productions, 2001) Album-length CD of music for ceili dancing.

"Friends o' West o' Clare: Highlights from the New Year's Concert, Jan. 5, 2002" (West o' Clare Productions, 2002) Concert recorded at the Endicott Performing Arts Center, Endicott, NY.

"Once Upon a Pub" (West o' Clare Productions, 2003) Live recordings at the Banshee Pub in Scranton and Coleman's Irish Pub in Syracuse. Contains Brian's original songs, "The Silkie" and "Glenveagh."

"The One Road" (West o' Clare Productions, 2008) Contains Brian's original songs "Bunratty Mead," "The Calamity Ceili," "The Silkie," "Glenveagh," "Seven White Horses," and "Little Nora" (an adaptation of a translation from the Irish.)

With Donal O'Shaughnessy:

"Together Again" (2008): Album-length CD. Contains Brian's original songs "The Festival Song," "Charlie and the TSA" (co-written with Donal O'Shaughnessy), "Little Nora" (an adaptation of a translation from the Irish.)

"Donal O'Shaughnessy and Brian Hyland Live at Coleman's Irish Pub" (2013): Album-length CD.  Performance recorded at Coleman's Irish Pub in Syracuse, NY on January 13, 2013.

The Hylands:

“Hyland’s Fling” (1999): Album-length CD. Contains Brian’s original songs “The Marching Season,” “The Cottage Floor” and “The Clinton Song.”

“A Private Audience with The Hylands” (1999). Radio show produced by WSKG-FM,
broadcast in September, 1999.

As guest artist:

“Rhythm of the Universe” (1996): Album-length CD and cassette by Rob Spence. Appears on five tracks as a backup musician.

“Songs of Comfort and Inspiration” (1996): Album-length CD and cassette by Donal O’Shaughnessy. Appears on five tracks as a backup musician and vocalist.

“The Unforgiving Minute--Sounds Like Dave“ (1998): Album-length CD and cassette by Dave MacLean. Appears on two tracks as a backup musician.

“Winds of Christmas” (2000): Album-length CD and cassette featuring numerous artists from Central New York. Appears on two tracks as a lead instrumentalist.

"Circle of Life" (2007): Album-length CD by Emily Krafjack. Appears on two tracks playing the whistle as a back-up musician.

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