Peg McGrath’s reel, a composition of Josie McDermott’s. Peg McGrath was a flute player from Co.Roscommon.
Reel on Irish wooden flute. John Egan was a flute player from Co. Sligo.
Anderson’s Reel, played here on Irish flute. I play it once slowly for learning, and then up to speed. I found this reel in an old tunebook from the Armagh Piper’s Club
Excellent Irish flute compilation, with Eddie Maloney, John Carlos, Jack Dolan, Josie McDermott, Packie Duignan, Patsy Hanley, JJ Gardiner, & Marcus Hernon
Some technical exercises (rhythm and articulation) for tin whistle and Irish flute. I cover these exercises, and more in my tin whistle tutor book A Complete Guide to Playing Irish Traditional Music on The Whistle
Sheet music and audio of an Irish reel played on flute and fiddle
Sheet music and MP3 of a jig and slip jig, recorded during our Irish music workshops in August.
Slieve Russell is a mountain in Co. Cavan. (Slieve from the Irish Sliabh, meaning mount or mountain).
The Green Fields of America (Reel) Mp3 and sheet music of a reel recorded during Tradschool’s Summer workshops in August 2008.
The Green Fields of America is a tune associated with emigration, and notably the tradition of an “American Wake” to mourn the departing of the future emigrants.
The Killarney Boys of Pleasure – Mp3 & sheet music of a slow reel recorded live on Irish flute, uilleann pipes, guitar and bouzouki.
“The Killarney Boys of Pleasure” appears on The Merry Sisters of Fate by Lunasa.
Jezaique (Jizaique, Jizaïg) is a tune by Breton guitarist Gilles le Bigot, who played with the group Galorn in the 70s. It was also recorded by Paddy Keenan on Poirt an Phiobaire, Lunasa, and Flook.