Frank Harte

Frank Harte (14 May 1933, Chapelizod, County Dublin, Ireland – 27 June 2005) was a traditional Irish singer, song collector, architect and lecturer. He was born and raised in Dublin. His father Peter Harte who had moved from a farming background in Sligo owned 'The Tap' pub in Chapelizod. Frank emigrated to the United States for a short period, but later returned to Ireland where he worked as an architect, lecturer at DIT (Dublin Institute of Technology) in Rathmines, Dublin and in later life fully engaged in songs in many ways.

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Frank Harte - Broadcast
... subject of the television documentary 'Se Mo Laoch - Frank Harte' for TG4, directed by Philip King Main subject of the memorial radio documentary 'And Listen to my Song' by Peter Browne (Irish ... Main subject of a radio documentary called 'Frank Harte Remembered' by Mick Moloney on RTÉ Radio a year after his death ...
And Listen To My Song
... And Listen To My Song is the third LP released by traditional Irish singer Frank Harte ... many albums recorded with Donal Lunny as accompanist and the first of Frank's many recordings published by Hummingbird Records ... a measure and reflection of the high plateau of excellence achieved and maintained by Frank Harte of Dublin' according to Geordie McIntyre ...

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