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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

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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

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Play music in the traditions of folk music from the Celtic cultures using the whistles and harmonicas.

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

Diatonic Reed Harp player, at KelticDead_Music.

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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…

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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.

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