Traditional Irish Music
This video demonstrates the bones more clearly than the first video I posted, but it was not approved. Curious members can view my offending performance here on YouTube.
"Mason's Apron," "Tam Lin," "Master Crowley's" with Ed Yother, octave mandolin and Scott Miller, bones
I have added a sub-tab to your My Page offering guidance on what information you should provide. This is especially important if you are playing an instrument. TradConnect is doing fantastic so far. Start up is always difficult and I am working hard to get the word out there. If any members are willing to help me with this just drop me an email. I am looking for people,…Continue
Added by Tradconnect Reviews on May 20, 2011 at 18:08 — No Comments
So we're a few weeks away from reaching the end of the festival season in Australia. It's been a busy one! Wonderful times, splendid people, amazing vibes!
Some of the most amazing Australian Irish Folk/Celtic/Trad groups iv'e come across in the last year, and have been lucky enough to see are as follows;
Added by Mic Hickey on May 18, 2011 at 5:11 — No Comments
The Irish Post in London have picked up on TradConnect and have done an interesting article. I have added it to the Press Tab on your main page so have a read. This is great and will hopefully get the word out there to more people. Onwards and upwards.
Added by Tradconnect Reviews on May 16, 2011 at 18:09 — No Comments
Hi. I'm based in St. Helens, Merseyside and play the 10-string cittern. I've been a part of the Merseyside Irish music scene for the best part of 40 years. My Dad was from Killawalla in County Mayo and in fact a lot of my family are still there - the rest are in Oughterard, County Galway. People I've performed with include most of the Black Family, Niamh Parsons & Graham Dunn, Garva, Ildanach and I was once asked by Christy Moore to sing harmonies on one of his albums ( it never happened…Continue
Hi to all Members
To all that have joined thank you and I hope you will stick with us as we develop. We are only 4 weeks old and already have members from all over the world. I have added an Invite tab to your site. If we all invite only one additional person we will double the network. So go ahead, press the Invite button and invite one more person onto the network. Its up to us all to make this a success. I need your help. Press the…Continue
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This site now has a Chat facility which shows you who is on line at any time. By pressing the Chat tab you can have live discussions. I will leave it live for a short while but it maybe a feature for later in the development of this network. If you want to get your thoughts out there on an issues relating to music in your part of the world why not post some discussions and see who answers. This is the best way to get to know your fellow…Continue
Added by Tradconnect Reviews on May 10, 2011 at 12:30 — No Comments
It is true to say that the Tenor Guitar is not the first instrument that comes to mind, when anyone starts thinking of Irish Music. However, anyone who has ever heard great musicians like John Carty or Angelina Carberry playing Reels & Jigs on a Tenor Guitar, will quickly realise just how well Irish Music can sound on…Continue
Added by Dick Glasgow on May 7, 2011 at 11:00 — No Comments
Here are the Concertina videos I've posted on YouTube so far.…Continue
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This is my small collection of Tenor Banjo videos.
As I have a Blog for posting links to my Mandolin Videos, I thought I might as well have one too, for my Banjo videos. Perhaps it'll encourage me to post more videos on YouTube. ;-)
Added by Dick Glasgow on May 6, 2011 at 1:00 — No Comments
Added by Dulahan on May 1, 2011 at 8:01 — No Comments
Problems present opportunities. In placing an ad to find a musician for a Dublin session, it became clear that there are a lot of players out there looking to connect with others.
People want to share their experiences, talk about their music, talk about the difficulties of learning, no matter what level they are at. They want encouragement, something to drive them on, to help them improve. Irish musicians are in…Continue
Added by Tradconnect Reviews on April 1, 2011 at 17:00 — No Comments