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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Latest Activity: Nov 19, 2020

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Learning Sean Nos Singing: Teachers & Classes

Started by Dhomhnaill A. Lopez. Last reply by Michele McCormack Sep 9, 2019. 8 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 Cliff Abrams on April 9, 2018 at 15:30

Looking for the words to "The Red Knickers" (Not for the easily-offended or faint of heart). Thanks.

Comment by Dhomhnaill A. Lopez on April 9, 2018 at 13:34

Hey Mike. Good of you to drop by,....with gifts, no less. Can always count on you provide us with a bit o' news and entertainment. With the exception of "Jambalaya" (only because it was so unique and unexpected of your style), I thoroughly enjoyed your posting of

https://irishrootscafe.hearnow.com

Don't get me wrong, I did enjoy "Jambalaya",.....it just threw me. Didn't expect that out of ye. Anyway, thanks, AGAIN, for your continued sharings of your endeavors. Slan go foil.

Danny 

Comment by Mike O'Laughlin on April 8, 2018 at 0:41

Anyone out there ?  Looks like a 3 month lull for sean nós and trad..... Well, here is an album I've just released : "Irish Sean nós; gypsy and cajun" at the Irish Roots Cafe.  I'd like to put on an event at some point for Sean Nós and trad here in the midwest..... but I'd be needing some help to do it !

https://irishrootscafe.hearnow.com

All the best,

Mike

Comment by Dhomhnaill A. Lopez on December 25, 2017 at 16:18

Welcome Iona. As a brand new member to TradConnect you'll soon find out that there's a lot here to see. Specifically, joining our Sean No's & Trad Singers group, I'd like to extend a hearty welcome to you. Please explore our pages and Comment Wall (all 27 pages of it). Start a discussion, jot down a few words about yourself, post some of your songs, etc. Also, click on any icon of our members to see who's who. Thanks for joining us. I look forward to hearing/reading something from you. Slainte,

Danny

Comment by Dhomhnaill A. Lopez on September 15, 2017 at 17:20

Welcome Roger Netz. We're glad you decided to join us here at Sean No's & Trad Singers. Please feel free to explore our members profiles, our discussions & our comment wall history (all 27 pages of it). Also, leave a comment or start a discussion yourself. Again, welcome. Hope to hear/read something from you. Slainte,

Danny

Comment by Dhomhnaill A. Lopez on June 13, 2017 at 11:10

Invitation to Join Us!!! For anyone that has heard the sound of a solo voice and felt it within their soul, this might be the group that might help you pursue an understanding of what that's all about. I, myself, enjoy going back to page ONE of our "Comment Wall" to see or revisit some of the interesting aspects of VOICE as an instrument. Please visit us and explore. You might find it enjoyable, in the least, and informative, in the most.

Comment by Dhomhnaill A. Lopez on June 12, 2017 at 16:13

Hey Mike. I can always count on you to be in the thick of things. Just watched your Irish Roots Café productions of First Practice/Finding Sean No's Backstage Show, Finding Sean No's/Irish Songs and your interview with Susan McFadden of Celtic Woman. I must admit I sat smiling through the whole time. I especially enjoyed Kiernan Markey's broom dance, as well as Jim Windels flute and guitar/voice presentations. Your efforts and accomplishments are to be applauded and praised. Keep us all informed on your endeavors. Slainte,

Danny

Comment by Mike O'Laughlin on June 10, 2017 at 3:23

Hello Dhomhnaill, got your message.  I just interviewed Susan McFadden of Celtic Woman on tour in the U.S..  While Celtic Woman sings in a whole different way from old style 'sean nós' to be sure, they do sing several sean nós songs in the Irish, and some of the arrangements are pretty good.  Here is my short interview with Susan McFadden preparing for Colorado concert at Red Rock:  https://youtu.be/xH57FPd7Fd4

Comment by Mike O'Laughlin on January 28, 2017 at 2:37

Take a look at our first beginners session, with introductions, songs and dances. https://youtu.be/KFl76rMpvkU  Starting with a wider view of things as we have our first practice !  Would be great to grow this into our 2nd sean nós gathering....

Comment by Jan van der Klei on January 7, 2017 at 11:16

Ï'm very interested. sadly here in the Netherlands there are not many like minded people. i've just spend four weeks in Ireland, County Clare and County Galway mainly, and I had a great time there the singing is really popular there and they've got some great singers. i think I'll have to move over to Erin's green isle for good!

 
 
 

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