Traditional Irish Music
Well, we have done it...
The Hladowski sings O'Sullivan project is done - and the album has been released...
I have made this web page as a starting point...
It is a useful site, because it works well on phones and mobile devices...
You can follow the links to the obvious places... Spotify, Apple Music, iTunes, Amazon, Deezer...
And the album is…Continue
Added by Patrick O'Sullivan on August 18, 2020 at 13:51 — No Comments
We have decided to bring our project, Hladowski sings O'Sullivan, to a conclusion.
We have decided not to worry about things we cannot now do. And ride the technology and the design to where it takes us.
The design says 9 tracks. So, we might call that an 'album'. It is a matter of picking songs where we have a good vocal in place, and the final mix is not too…Continue
Added by Patrick O'Sullivan on May 16, 2020 at 16:23 — No Comments
This is my CV on the British Music Collection web site...
Added by Patrick O'Sullivan on March 31, 2019 at 15:38 — No Comments
Irish Night on SOUNDCLOUD
'Irish Night', lyric by Patrick O'Sullivan, melody by Peadar Long, was the title song for my 1987, Major Road Theatre Company, oral history stage play, IRISH NIGHT.
Singer: Stephanie Hladowski
Guitars: Danny Yates
Arrangement by Hladowski, Yates and O'Sullivan
Added by Patrick O'Sullivan on March 31, 2019 at 13:00 — No Comments
The Train (Jill's Theme)
We have put on YouTube a lyric I wrote for a much loved melody by Ennio Morricone - Jill's Theme, one of the leitmotifs in the Sergio Leone movie, Once Upon A Time in The West…
Added by Patrick O'Sullivan on January 18, 2019 at 16:31 — No Comments
On my Soundcloud, one of my song translations - my English language version of the much loved Cape Verde song Papa Joachim Paris, from the original Cabo Verde creole/Portuguese. …Continue
Added by Patrick O'Sullivan on May 11, 2018 at 10:00 — No Comments
In another part of my working life, I was making some notes on the concertina, and I see that Dan Worrall's thoughtful and useful article is available on Robert Gaskins' web site, concertina.com...
Notes on the Beginnings of Concertina Playing in Ireland, 1834–1930
The article itself is…Continue
Added by Patrick O'Sullivan on May 10, 2018 at 9:23 — No Comments
I have placed the audio file of the radio version of one of my short stories, The Fiddler's Apprentice, on my MediaFire web storage site. This link should take you to it...
Might interest TradConnect...
Added by Patrick O'Sullivan on February 12, 2015 at 9:30 — No Comments
Love Death and Whiskey - on Amazon at £1.17, including postage...
In the past I have shared with friends my mix of amazement and consternation at Amazon's pricing of my song lyric book, Love Death and Whiskey. And there was some interest in the saga...
Last year the Amazon price seemed to have settled down at around £3 per copy.
Ok. Now amazement, consternation, bafflement... Amazon is selling the book at £1.17 including postage. Including…Continue
Added by Patrick O'Sullivan on January 7, 2014 at 12:30 — No Comments
Bradford's own Stephanie Hladowski has been shortlisted for
The Spiral Awards 2013 - Best Female Singer music award
The Spiral Awards 2013 - Best Debut Album
The Wild Wild Berry
Stephanie Hladowski & C. Joynes
Added by Patrick O'Sullivan on February 21, 2013 at 17:31 — No Comments
Our friends and neighbours, the Bradford Women Singers,
have issued a new CD, High Hopes. You can listen to some track samples on their web site, and you can download the song lyrics as a pdf file.
There are tracks from an earlier CD on My Space…Continue
Added by Patrick O'Sullivan on July 12, 2012 at 10:13 — No Comments
Last week I was at a music event, taking part in an autoharp course taught by John Hollandsworth, who is a bluegrass/old time player from Virginia. And one evening I watched an extraordinary duet, involving John and Heather Farrell-Roberts, my own autoharp teacher. Heather has developed a very personal style of autoharp playing - very lyrical and English, like Delius.
To find a…Continue
Added by Patrick O'Sullivan on April 17, 2012 at 6:30 — No Comments
Thought the community might like to see this, a note I have been sending out, with a link to our little virtual project. I play a small part in it, a musical partnership with contributions from all over the USA, Australia, the Isle of Man, and here in Yorkshire...
It is our version of the Stephen Foster song, Hard Times Come Again No More - published in 1854. If you do the Youtube search you will find many other versions, and connections made with the…Continue