Peter Phelan, tin whistle, plays Tom McElvogue’s & Troy’s Wedding jigs
Una & Aoife McGlinchey from Tyrone play a Paddy O’Brien jig, The Stormy Night. They won 2nd place in the 12-15 Duets at the Fleadh in Ennis.
Caoimhe & Eimear Flannery – fiddle, tin whistle, vocals – recorded at the 37th Cork Folk Festival in October 2016
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Robbie Hannan (uilleann pipes) plays the Concert Reel & Colonel Rodney’s
More tunes :
- I Buried My Wife And Danced On Her Grave (Jig)
- Planxty Irwin (Carolan Tune)
- The Ashplant (Reel) – Video Tutorial
- Off to California – Irish tune for tin whistle
Irish Music Books
Books in English
Book + FREE AUDIO DOWNLOAD. 90 children’s songs from the Whistle for Kids collection
Books in English
Book with free audio download - 90 well-loved Irish and Scottish songs, chosen for beginners.
Orla Leavy from Co. Galway plays “The Drunken Sailor” hornpipe in the 15-18 competition in the 2016 Ennis Fleadh.
James Murray is a fiddler, flute player from Ogham near Tubbercurry in Sligo.
From Michigan Radio :
As part of Michigan Radio’s Songs from Studio East series, this year we are exploring music that combines both contemporary and traditional music from around the world.
Today we met Ann Arbor native Tyler Duncan and Irishman John McSherry. Despite being an ocean away, they play in a band together, called the olllam. The two have toured across the U.S. and in Europe producing a fusion of pop, rock and Irish music.
Duncan’s musical career has included a variety of genres, like pop, rock and electronic. He has won international awards for playing traditional Irish instruments, like the uilleann pipes, a lighter version of Scotland’s bagpipes, and whistles, a staple in Irish music.
From Irish Central :
A full roster of Irish music nobility will be onstage over Memorial Day weekend as Chicago Gaelic Park celebrates 30 years of Irish Fest in Oak Forest.
A Chicago area tradition for all ages, this indoor/outdoor fest not only brings the best of contemporary and traditional Irish headliners, but also features a full carnival with rides, special events for children, Gaelic football and hurling, Irish stepdancing competition, theater, pony exhibits, and shopping all surrounded by food, refreshments and great fun at one low price.
There will also be a tent dedicated to the 100th anniversary of the 1916 Easter Rising which will showcase the specially designed float that was in the St. Patrick’s Day parades. In addition the Youth Living History Exhibit created by third to eighth graders will be on display.
From the Irish World :
To start with, his name, pronounced ‘Derry’, is one that few people have seen before.
“It’s a bit of a blessing and a curse really,” he said. “I can use my name for anything I want really, and my website is simply daoiri.com, but it’s getting people to find it in the first place.”
Then there’s the fact that he’s been on quite a journey to get to where he is today as he embarks on his first fully-fledged solo tour. The only truly musical person in his family, Daoiri didn’t grow up with an instrument in his hand and only gained an interest in music when he was about 13.