Patrick O-Shaun Young
  • Male
  • Allen, TX
  • United States
Share on Facebook
Share

Patrick O-Shaun Young's Friends

  • Stephen Dewar
  • Wim De Poorter
  • noble savage
  • Normand Chouinard
  • Boyen
  • Colleen Raney
  • Cathal Johnson
  • Mathew Walklate
  • Tim Kennedy
  • Lars 'Larry Mór' Mott

Music

Loading…

Patrick O-Shaun Young's Groups

Patrick O-Shaun Young's Discussions

Cape Clear

Started Dec 19, 2014 0 Replies

A short, melancholy tune played on my Low D, Seydel Steel reed harp. Written in B Minor about an island off the southern most tip of Ireland.…Continue

Gow's Lament , on the Harmonica

Started Sep 8, 2014 0 Replies

http://youtu.be/EnqAa4MYNiUTook me forever to get the last phrase of this very famous Scots fiddle tune on my harmonica. It's the latest post with sheet…Continue

Angeline, the Baker -- KelticDead

Started Jan 18, 2014 0 Replies

Here's one that played a lot in Celtic session groups, and while it's more folk than Celtic, it's a lot of fun. …Continue

Tags: Shaun, Patrick, O., Young, Time

More KelticDead -- Angeline the Baker

Started this discussion. Last reply by Patrick O-Shaun Young Sep 8, 2014. 4 Replies

http://youtu.be/G3VxsfUjMusHere's a tune that's played a lot among Celtic-Folk-Old Time music groups. I use a low-D, diatonic harmonica to play it. makes…Continue

Tags: KelticDead, Baker, the, Angeline, Harmonica

Gifts Received

Gift

Patrick O-Shaun Young has not received any gifts yet

Give a Gift

 

Patrick O-Shaun Young's Page

Latest Activity

Patrick O-Shaun Young posted a video

Roddy McCorley -- KelticDead

Roddy McCorley is a classic Irish rebellion tune and song. Patrick O-Shaun Young plays this tune on a low-D, Seydel diatonic harmonica. For more information ...
Mar 5, 2016
Jan Peters liked Patrick O-Shaun Young's discussion Cape Clear
Dec 19, 2015
Patrick O-Shaun Young commented on Patrick O-Shaun Young's video
Thumbnail

Wave Over Wave - - - KelticDead_Music

"Thanks Mr. O'Byrne. I thought it was a traditional tune. I'll check out the site and make sure I'm back on track with it. Great tune and song."
Sep 13, 2015
Fergus O'Byrne commented on Patrick O-Shaun Young's video
Thumbnail

Wave Over Wave - - - KelticDead_Music

"Wave Over Wave was actually written by Jim Payne from Pilley's Island, Notre Dame Bay, in Newfoundland. For more information about Jim please visit www.singsonginc.ca"
Sep 11, 2015
Kiki Hanishina liked Patrick O-Shaun Young's video
Aug 10, 2015
Patrick O-Shaun Young posted a video

Wave Over Wave - - - KelticDead_Music

This traditional sea song is believed to come out of the Newfoundland area. Very good sing along tune. Started it off with a D Celtic Whistle and sang the so...
Jul 21, 2015
Patrick O-Shaun Young posted a status
"Good Sea Song. I used a D Celtic Whistle and a Low-E Seydel Steel Diatonic Harmonica. https://youtu.be/D7StT2Jff-o"
Jul 20, 2015
Patrick O-Shaun Young posted a video

Foggy Dew - - KelticDead Music

Every nation desiring freedom from oppression has had their trials to endure. We cannot judge others upon the past, but we strive to learn from these past co...
May 15, 2015
Patrick O-Shaun Young commented on Patrick O-Shaun Young's video
May 15, 2015
Patrick O-Shaun Young posted a video

Red is the Rose -- KelticDead Music Group

Amy Haynes sings this traditional Irish version of "Red is the Rose." Phil Wirth and I back her up with vocals, and I'm playing an A key, Seydel Diatonic har...
Apr 18, 2015
Patrick O-Shaun Young posted a video

Blind Mary - - KelticDead Music Group

Phil Wirth is part of KelticDead Music Group, and supports this rendition of the Blind Mary. Visit the KelticDead website at http://kelticdead.webs.com . The...
Mar 16, 2015
Patrick O-Shaun Young replied to Tony Lawless's discussion So Whats Stopping Us Buying Albums?
"From my own experiences in being a young man in the 70's with an strong Scots-Irish influence, I agree. I think that's the best explanation I've seen. Thanks - - Shaun, that >KelticDead Guy."
Jan 10, 2015
Patrick O-Shaun Young posted a video

Roisin the Beau - - KelticDead

Visit KelticDead_Music at http://kelticdead.webs.com . This song was very popular during the American Civil War for States Rights by both the Union and Confe...
Jan 3, 2015
Patrick O-Shaun Young commented on Patrick O-Shaun Young's video
Thumbnail

Out On The Ocean - - KelticDead

"While this jig tune appears to be written as a C-Major, it's easy(er) to play on the G diatonic harmonica, and so I wrote the sheet music in the key of G.  Not sure if this is some kind of Mobius mystery, but it's fun to play.  -…"
Dec 30, 2014
Patrick O-Shaun Young posted a video

Out On The Ocean - - KelticDead

Did an update of this jig tune. Visit http://kelticdead.webs.com for this and other tunes arranged for playing with the diatonic harmonicas. This one is one ...
Dec 30, 2014
Patrick O-Shaun Young added a discussion to the group Traditional Harmonica
Thumbnail

Cape Clear

Haven't been posting of late. Here's another one I found. Really nice slow aire, played on my Seydel Steel, Low-D, diatonic reed harp.  B-minor.  Cape Clear or Oilean Cleire (Gaeltach).Looks like an interesting place.http://youtu.be/ZVJ8UWuywW0See More
Dec 23, 2014

Profile Information

Town
Allen
Your County or State
Texas
What Instrument ( inc Voice ) Do You Play ?
harmonica
What level are you at ?
Advanced
Provide any other information here
Play music in the traditions of folk music from the Celtic cultures using the whistles and harmonicas.

KelticDead_Music

Playing music in the traditions of Celtic cultures found throughout the world.

Diatonic Reed Harp player, at KelticDead_Music.

Patrick O-Shaun Young's Videos

  • Add Videos
  • View All

Patrick O-Shaun Young's Blog

For those who enjoy playing "Celtic" Reed Harps

Posted on July 4, 2012 at 14:00 5 Comments

Starting in 1820 when that 16 year old, Herr Bushmann put some pitch-pipes together to make the first "mundaeoline," harmonicas have been playing all sorts of music styles ever since. Playing "Celtic" music with harmonicas is a challenge (at least for me) ... and really fun, once your mouth figures out how to play the piper-like nature of the Irish/Celtic music style. I…

Continue

Comment Wall (3 comments)

You need to be a member of TradConnect to add comments!

Join TradConnect

At 19:50 on April 25, 2014, Stephen Dewar said…

Hi Shaun thank you for your welcome. I have enjoyed going through your Website and You Tube channel. Do you have the music with tabs as I cant read music? If not it doesn't matter I will just have to learn.

thanks

Stephen

At 6:48 on December 26, 2013, Normand Chouinard said…

Hi Patrick, I'm glad you appreciated this little Christmas instrumental. I dare say, the performance wasn't too shabby, considering the time of the year. Normally, the whiskey flows freely, this close to Christmas. I thought this could make you feel what we feel  when we perform before celebrations. There is more videos  available for viewing on this Youtube account. This is a big group of music lovers  like us. They each perform in different aspect of the Canadian Folklore and folklore in general. We all learn from each others. I'm one of the few harmonica players performing there. There is also some accordions, fiddles, spoon players,a lot of guitars and singers. They all come from the local area, Prospect, a village by the sea. It is beautiful in the summer. The name of the net is : Prospectroadjam. On this site you can listen to 366  videos. There are a few professionals in the group but most of us are music lovers using different performance discipline I.E Harmonica, Accordion, Ugly Stick, Keyboard, Fiddle, Singers, Concertinas.Well Patrick, enough said. I wish you and yours a very Merry Christmas. Hope to hear from you in the new year.

At 10:17 on February 9, 2012, Tony Lawless said…

Hi,

Welcome to the site and thanks for joining. Here is your welcome message

Enjoy your time with us and tell all your friends.


Tony Lawless

 
 
 

© 2017   Created by Tony Lawless.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service