Traditional Irish Music
For some reason this wouldn't load in the video section but it will in the blog. Enjoy from the great Donal McCague
Added by Lars 'Larry Mór' Mott on October 19, 2011 at 8:00 — No Comments
B flat tin whistle plus guitar, bass, bodhran.
Don't ask me about the sheep....
I remember as a young lad, along with my brothers, spending a goodly portion of our days, especially during school year at my baile seanathair nó seanmháthair an (the grandparent's home). Both our parents, as many did, worked. We would eat our share of her home cooked Irish fare, listen as she sang songs she learned as a girl back in Eireann. Even the radio was somehow tuned to Irish music, and so were her records (some may remember those vynl things that…Continue
I was in hibernation for a while because I think it's the time of the year. I will try harder and get my act together soon. I need to post more and of course write more. I miss the forum too. Anyhow things are looking up :)
Well, this one is bit different. I found this French accordian tune and fell in love with it. I was actually on the Tradconnect live chat section at the time I found it, sharing tunes, swapping links etc - as usual!
Once learned however, I was about to throw it out because it did'nt actually seem to go where I wanted it to.
Queue Dulahan to the rescue!
Another large slice of Kildare sourcery and the excellent playing skills of Joe and Adele have saved it. Thanks…Continue
Would make any kid sh*t him/herself listening to this for a bedtime song : )
Added by Lars 'Larry Mór' Mott on October 1, 2011 at 15:56 — No Comments
IRELAND, The only place where........
• When you were young, you went to bed when Glenroe was over
• If you die from alcohol poisoning, you're considered a lightweight
• 'F*** off' means 'Are you serious?'
• The person that you insult most is probably your best friend
• Saying 'I will, yea' means that you definitely won't
• "F*** it, its grand' means that you couldn't be bothered to finish it properly
• 'Hes fond of a drink' means he…Continue
Some jaw dropping (and as always full of humour and mischief) playing by Phil and Johnny (R.I.P.) Cunningham. Sorry but embedding is disabled.
(Btw, i just love when Phil 'inflates' the accordeon á la bagpipes :-D )
This has to be a first. A traditional album that starts off with Clocks by Coldplay. If you were unaware of who Coldplay were you would not pass much remarks such is the skill by which the set evolves into the better known Hunter's Purse.
For 19-year-old UCD student Kavan, this CD-launch will mark another milestone in his fast-moving…Continue
Some casual playing..
The man's got embouchure from hell : )
Could probably kill a small bird passing by with that low D!
Also a very good flute maker, almost ordered a Pratten from him.
Added by Lars 'Larry Mór' Mott on September 23, 2011 at 10:06 — No Comments
Finding this site along with Irish Tenor Banjo has been quite exciting for me these past few weeks. On other sites, the welcome for some of this music is not as warm. Yes there are those who like "Celtic" music, but far and few between. Over the pond here in Canada bluegrass seems to have taken front seat, along with Old Time Music as a very close second runner up. The trouble with the "Celtic" label over here is that all music from the United Kingdom has been grouped together. it is…Continue
Added by Albert Wrigglesworth on September 22, 2011 at 3:01 — No Comments
The New York Irish Arts Center Film Series is showing Beautiful People, a documentary about 10 members of the longest running traditional Irish music group in NYC, on October 6 at 7pm. The evening will combine the screening and a live seisúin. Admission: $10 general / $8 member. More info at…Continue
Added by Richard Sutor on September 21, 2011 at 14:28 — No Comments
Charlie McLeod, Arundo, Hawson