Traditional Irish Music
Added by TradConnect on May 17, 2013 at 8:00 — No Comments
When it comes to Australian trad bands there are not that many that spring to mind. Sásta seem to be correcting that situation. We have just recently come across their debut album, also called Sásta and the strong background to their members shows why the quality of their music is so high. The band …Continue
Beoga songstress/violinist Niamh Dunne has just launched her first solo album entitled “Portraits”. With master guitar player and producer Seán Óg Graham, Niamh’s first song album is a mix of traditional songs and folk material,…Continue
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Hey guys, If any one is interested please contact me, as I have started doing trad flute lessons over Skype...
Hope this is some use to people :) hit me up if it is!
Added by Kieran Munnelly on May 14, 2013 at 14:02 — No Comments
Éanna Ó Cróinín hails from the Gaeltacht area of County Meath and has devoted much time to the playing of the uilleann pipes. His influences as you might guess include the greats. Leo Rowsome, Seamus Ennis, Patsy…Continue
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Gael Linn continue their work of re releasing classic albums that may have been forgotten about over the decades. If nothing else it displays the timeless nature of this music and how 26 years later it can still retain its creative edge. "First released in 1987, this classic album features music from Oirialla in County…Continue
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Its nice to revisit some albums that we have reviewed over the last while and watch as they progress through launches, audio files becoming available etc. One album from last year that was interesting and different was Nights in Shanaglish
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This is a group worth checking out, especially for those of you living in Belfast. Scottish group Rura play there on 17th May 2013. Rura ( Not to be confused with Runa from the States ) are being described as one of the best acts to emerge from the Scottish music scene in the last number of years. They were the winners of the prestigious Danny…Continue
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Our track of the week comes from Irish group Goitse and their second album called Transformed. They are on tour in Ireland at the moment and will play The Mill Theatre in Dundrum, Dublin on 7th June, a concert we might try and get along to. They have received a lot of good press lately especially for this album which was produced and…Continue
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Flute's player's I liked, and played with most, linked here -
Esp - the one's in the,,, Later Recording's -
You might find it interesting .
* It's Just My Love Affair with the Irish Flute - lol.
Earliest Recording's -
John McKenna - First Recorded Irish Music 78RPM in…
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Celtic Fiddle Festival. Live in Brittany, 20th Anniversary Concert.
2013. Loftus Music.
Hard to believe it's been 20 years since the first Celtic Fiddle Festival album. I must have been 12 or 13 years old and I got that first album for…
Added by Devon Leger on May 8, 2013 at 23:00 — No Comments
Over the months of March and April we have reviewed two albums that truly represent the opposite ends of the traditional spectrum. We have just reviewed the debut album from…Continue
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Here are the musicians…Continue
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On Tuesday 7th May Zoë Conway, Donal Lunny and Máirtín O’ Connor start a seven date Irish tour. Their first concert will be in Whelan’s in Dublin and they follow this with concerts in Kerry, Cork, Westmeath, Letterkenny, Sligo, Castlebar and Roscommon. As musicians they need no introductions such is the high regard with which they are…Continue
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I started playing guitar when I was 10 yrs. old, now at 61 yrs. old I play guitar, fiddle, banjo, mandolin, whistle, piano, and organ, with a lot of military drumming in the mix. One thing I don’t think any of us expect is loss of hearing. Why? Because it actually happens gradually and we get used to the way we are hearing things.
About 2 yrs. ago, my wife finally got fed up and told me to bite the bullet and get my hearing checked. …Continue
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Our track of the week this week is taken from the new Banjo album by Colm Naughton that will be launched on 29th May at The Linenhall Arts Centre in Castlebar, Co. Mayo. We have the album and will follow up with a review shortly.
This track features and set of Barndances called…Continue
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