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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Orla Leavy from Co. Galway plays “The Drunken Sailor” hornpipe in the 15-18 competition in the 2016 Ennis Fleadh.
Paul O’Shaughnessy plays 3 reels: Down the Broom, The Gatehouse Maid, & The Old Torn Petticoat
Joe Ryan plays Paddy O’Brien’s and The Few Bob (hornpipes) during Maire O’Keefe’s fiddle class at the Willie Clancy summer school in 2002.
Caitlín Nic Gabhann (dance) & Ciarán Ó Maonaigh (fiddle) in Galway, 2013.
More tunes :
- Michael Gorman’s (Slip Jig)
- The Humours of Lissadell – tin whistle tutorial
- The Boys of Bluehill (Hornpipe)
- Drowsy Maggie (Reel)
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.
Irish Fiddler. Born in London of parents from Co. Sligo, Kevin Burke started playing fiddle at the age of 8. He developed a virtuosic playing style influenced by that of Sligo. He replaced Tommy Peoples in The Bothy Band, and recorded two albums with Michael O’Domhnaill.
Déanta were an ITM group from Antrim in Northern Ireland, with wooden flute, fiddle, whistle, vocals and accompaniment on guitar, keyboard and harp. Their music is in the Northern style, wioth evident Scottish influences (the song “Culloden’s Harvest, or the highland “King George IV”) The recorded 3 albums, Déanta, Ready for the Storm and Whisper of a Secret, traditional Irish music in contemporary arrangements.