Accordion player Tony MacMahon performs 'Port na bPúcaí' at a concert celebrating the music of Seán Ó Riada.

In April 1987 RTÉ Television recorded the 'Ó Riada Retrospective' which consisted of three concerts at the National Concert Hall. celebrating the work of Irish composer Seán Ó Riada .

The second concert was dedicated to Seán Ó Riada's traditional output, and featured among others Ceoltóirí Chualann and Cór Chúil Aodha.

Éamonn de Buitléir introduces accordion player Tony MacMahon as a musician for whom Seán Ó Riada had great respect,

Probably one of the most imaginative box players or accordion players.

Tony MacMahon dedicates his performance of the slow air 'Port na bPúcaí' to Seán Ó Riada's memory. The title which can be translated as 'The Music of the Ghosts' is described as,

A strange haunting tune which comes from the Blasket Islands.

'Ó Riada Retrospective : Traditional Night' was broadcast on 17 March 1988.