New Music Compositions (34)

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This is a song called "Sweet Anne's Road"

"Sweet Anne's Road" is about the war in Afghanistan and its effect on a young couple from the rural Copper Hill area of Virginia. I grew up…

Started by Jim Sharkey

6 Oct 28, 2019
Reply by Jim Sharkey

New Composition - Celeste's Jig from Michael Walsh on Flute.

Here's a jig I wrote for my daughter. Hope you like it. Video was recorded for the Whitby Folk Week #Tunesday Project. New composition, Ce…

Started by Michael Walsh

1 Jan 29, 2019
Reply by Karlyne Deraney

Samhain/Halloween Music

Hi, does anyone have any new Samhain/Halloween music for airplay on 10/30/2018 on Windy City Irish Radio in Chicago?  If so, please email m…

Started by Timothy Taylor

0 Oct 30, 2018

Lament A Dearthair (A Brother's Lament)

An original contemporary Celtic composition commemorating my brother who had lost his battle to cancer... Lament A Dearthair

Started by Ed Harris

0 Dec 3, 2017

Lá Gaofar Naomh Bríd (slow piece)

Lá Gaofar Naomh Bríd (slow piece) Composed and played by Enda Seery 

Started by Enda Seery

1 Apr 9, 2014
Reply by Aine Heslin

Angeline, the Baker -- KelticDead

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.

Started by Patrick O-Shaun Young

0 Jan 18, 2014

Síocháin na Tuaithe (slow waltz)

Síocháin na Tuaithe (slow waltz) Enda Seery (IMRO)

Started by Enda Seery

1 Dec 5, 2013
Reply by steve jeter


Song about the White Tailed Sea Eagles of Mountshannon, Co. Clare. The song was written to celebrate the successful breeding of these might…

Started by Simon Oak

0 Oct 15, 2013

Pretty Shale

A jig in C featured on our CD, hope you enjoy it! T: Pretty ShaleC: SuperbelleR: JigM: 6/8L: 1/8K: CcAG EDG | CDC CEG | cAG AAc | ~d3 ecA…

Started by Superbelle

0 Apr 24, 2013

Robbie Burns Day - jig

This Irish sounding jig has a Scottish sounding name because it was written on January 25th a few years back.  It has been recorded by the…

Started by Jim Yates

1 Apr 21, 2013
Reply by Jim Yates



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