Sean No's & Traditional Irish Singers

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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 Dhomhnaill A. Lopez on June 27, 2016 at 16:01

Cead Mile Failte, Lorcan. As you being a member of TC since 2012, I am very happy you finally decided to join our group. Go raibh maith agat.

I was excited to check out your extensive profile page and look forward to hear/read more from you. Explore our pages, discussions, posts and members (click on any icon to see who's who in our group). I am hoping your input might ignite more interest in this wonderful group of dedicated individuals. Again, welcome. Slan go foil.

Danny

Comment by Sheila M. Hogg on May 18, 2016 at 20:37

You're in RI, Danny? Nach beag an domhain é!

Sheila

Comment by Dhomhnaill A. Lopez on May 18, 2016 at 17:56

Welcome Sheila, my fellow Rhodey. Thanks for deciding to join our group. Please take the time to explore our pages, and by all means participate by leaving a word or two about yourself, your music, your ideas on Voice. Like you, I agree that the Voice IS an instrument. Why not start a discussion on that. I would participate.

I look forward to hearing/reading from you soon. Enjoy your time with us. Cheers,

Danny

Comment by Mike O'Laughlin on November 5, 2015 at 16:40

I've seen several references in older works noting sean nós song as being 'non-modal'.  I would think sean nós would be off in a world of its own... anyone have a better understanding of the usage of the word 'modal' / 'non-modal' in the musical sense ? i.e. outside the confines of a modern scale perhaps ?

Thanks!

Comment by Dhomhnaill A. Lopez on August 31, 2015 at 15:00

Please give a listen to Ms. Fionna Solenne Howell's music at https://soundcloud.com/fionna-solenne-howell . She's one of our group's members that has just released her debut album, "CROSSING THE SEA". Her voice and musical talents should not be missed and deserve your recognition. She's also posted two songs here at TradConnect: "An Caili'n A'lainn" & "Cathain". Her rendition of "Cruca'n Na bPaiste" is beautifully done and can be accessed at Soundcloud (click on link above). By supporting our group members we all grow and benefit. Enjoy. Slainte,

Danny

Comment by Fiona Solenne Howell on August 26, 2015 at 16:14

Hello all! Now that it's been posted by Tradconnect, please check out my debut album, Crossing The Sea! It's got quite a few Sean-Nós songs on it. You can also visit my website here to stream or buy it: http://www.fionahowellmusic.com 

Sláinte, Fiona 

Comment by Dhomhnaill A. Lopez on August 26, 2015 at 12:40

Ce'ad Mi'le Fa'ilte, Brid. You are most welcome as our newest member. I am hoping that you will make the most out of your TradConnect membership, as well as this group of Sean No's & Traditional Irish Singers. Please take some time to get to see & know everything we have to offer,...from our outrageous and illustrious members (click on any icon in the Members section to see who's who) to our Discussion Forum, to our 26 pages of comments on our Comment Wall and Pages to links, lyrics, and schedules. Feel free to post any songs, discussions, pictures, events, etc. to keep us informed as to who you are and what you're up to. Also, check out other groups in our group section on the Main Page (FYI: I also have a Bouzouki Players Group, and there is a group of Bodhran enthusiasts you may consider joining). I look forward to reading some of your input in the TC community. Slan go foill,

Danny

Comment by Dhomhnaill A. Lopez on July 11, 2015 at 9:38

Just wanted to post some websites about Sean N'os Singing. Simple articles, blogs, etc. for your perusal:  www.songinirsh.com , www.shamrockirishmusic.org , www.irishmusicdaily.com , folkmusic.net . Also, explore all the great Sean N'os videos/audios at YouTube. Enjoy,

Danny

Comment by Dhomhnaill A. Lopez on July 9, 2015 at 19:41

Welcome Bas ten. It's great to have you as our latest member. Look over our members by clicking on their individual icon. You'll see we have a great group from all over the world. You might even see someone you know. Leave us a word or two on our Comment Wall. We'd love to learn who you are. Again, welcome. Cheers,

Danny

Comment by Dhomhnaill A. Lopez on July 8, 2015 at 13:23

Welcome, Laura. Glad to have you on board with us. Please take the time to explore our group of illustrious members, as well as our Comment Wall, Discussion Forum, and additional Pages. Do not hesitate to add some words to any of these. We'd love to hear/read from you and look forward to it. Slainte,

Danny

 
 
 

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