Sean No's & Traditional Irish Singers


Sean No's & Traditional Irish Singers

Sean No's means "Old Style". For the unaccompanied singers of Traditional Irish Music in Gaeilge or English. Discussions, tips, references, schools/lessons, major influences, various styles, etc. Also, Scottish Gaelic and Mouth music.

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Learning Sean Nos Singing: Teachers & Classes

Started by Dhomhnaill A. Lopez. Last reply by Sheila M. Hogg Jun 28, 2016. 7 Replies

Some of you have had the opportunity to attend classes/workshops or secure a teacher for learning Sean Nos singing. With many different regional styles to choose from, what have your experiences been like (easy, difficult, limiting, eye opening,…Continue

Language and Song

Started by Michael Perigoe. Last reply by Bas ten Asbroek Jul 18, 2015. 4 Replies

How important is the understanding of a language to one's singing? I think this could be an interesting discussion in the context of Sean Nós and other types of song in Ireland.Continue

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Comment by Mike O'Laughlin on July 9, 2014 at 5:05

Two months of silence here....what's up with all us singers ! ?  Gigs ?  New Songs or Albums you're working on ?  Well, I'll be singing three songs from Co. Kerry on Friday, via concert window, from my front room, chat and sing if you have a mind to listen in or comment online, 4:00 Eastern.

Comment by Fiona Solenne Howell on May 8, 2014 at 20:35

It's in the extra text for the website stuff but here is the link again.

Comment by Dhomhnaill A. Lopez on May 8, 2014 at 11:39

Hi Fiona. I couldn't find your re-posts of your Sean Nos. I'll try Soundcloud. Pull them from Soundcloud and post them here. Slan go foill,


Comment by Fiona Solenne Howell on May 8, 2014 at 5:08

I couldn't figure out why the tracks weren't producing sound so I posted my sean-nos songs via my sound cloud link to my profile. That should do it for now. I am getting ready to go back into the studio to record some more. Sláinte, Fiona 

Comment by Fiona Solenne Howell on May 7, 2014 at 20:19

Go raibh maith agat Danny! I don't know why it's not playing...I'll try and fix it. 

Comment by Dhomhnaill A. Lopez on May 7, 2014 at 13:48

Cead Mile Failte, Fiona. Thank you for joining our group. Please take some time to explore our group's comments, discussions, specified Pages section, and, of course, our members (by clicking on their any one of the icons in the members' section). You'll find yourself in some grand company. I tried to listen to your posted songs but couldn't get any sound {:^( .... We are anxious to hear more about and from you, so please don't be shy. Post a comment, start a discussion,...let us know a little bit about yourself. Hope to hear from you soon. Slainte,


Comment by Mike O'Laughlin on March 26, 2014 at 17:41

Free Music, Song, Dance sessions at our Old Style, sean nós gathering.  All are welcome, and a chance to perform for all here in this forum !  April 23 (Weston, MO): April 25, Browne's Irish Marketplace (KC); 24th and 26th session locations tab.  Come listen, learn, perform or promote as you wish !  My Short YouTube video with a few clips and definitions...

Comment by Dhomhnaill A. Lopez on March 25, 2014 at 16:05

Please note: If you do plan to see Sligo's own Carmel Gunning at the Chapel Gate Singers Club Seisiun in Cooraclare, Co. Clare on April 25th or 26th, you need to RSVP. To do so, go to Ms. Gunning's profile page and click on the event listed there,...or contact the C.G.S.C. for more info. Sorry I couldn't be more helpful. Slan,


Comment by Dhomhnaill A. Lopez on March 25, 2014 at 15:55

Our group member, Ms. Carmel Gunning, will be a special guest of the Chapel Gate Singers Club Seisiun, located in Cooraclare, County Clare, Ireland, on April 25th at 9pm & April 26th at 12pm. If you're in the area, swing by to check her out. Cheers,


Comment by Dhomhnaill A. Lopez on March 25, 2014 at 11:06

Please make sure to give a listen to Ms. Colleen Raney's "THE NIGHTINGALE", from her most recent album, "HERE THIS IS HOME". Check out this beautiful song on her posting in the TradConnect Blog Forum. There, you should also find a link to purchase this wonderful album recorded in 2013 in Dublin, Ireland. I love supporting our fine members and their accomplishments,....and Ms. Raney deserves that support from us all. Cheers,






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