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9 thoughts on “ Hornpipes - Errislannan - All About Time (CD, Album)

  1. This book is all about driving jigs, reels and hornpipes! Whilst a nice mix of strathspeys, dances, slow airs and a few light marches complete the collection. The book consists of tunes suitable for all players, from the pipe band competition field to the folk music stage, or for having a wee tune at home!
  2. Check out One More Time by Culkin School of Traditional Irish Dance on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on kamammevobulxojetspeanodakhtappe.coinfo5/5(3).
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  4. Influential duo Michael Gorman, a Sligo fiddler, and Willie Clancy, a Clare Uilleann piper, joined forces for this exhibition of Irish dance tunes. At the time, Michael Gorman was already a popular traditional fiddler, performing on television and radio, and this recording features his now-.
  5. Select useful albums and books to purchase. You can use either the Album Search and Finder or the reports of Best Session-Tune Albums and Best Session Tunebooks. Learn the background history of a tune. Prepare written documentation of a tune's history of appearances on commercial recordings, such as when writing liner notes for an album.
  6. Aug 07,  · “The Laurel Tree” is the second reel I have ever learned! I learned it from my friend Tom Delany during a lovely afternoon back in in the garden of Magnetic Music Café, where I used to work back then. I had this tune stuck in my head as it was the opening tune on Hugh and Colm Healy’s album “Macalla na hÓige”.
  7. Listen to Hornpipes () from Anton & Sully's The Feis Album, Vol. I for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.
  8. *new* errislannan: all about time. Errislannan are Mick Conneely (fiddle), Brendan Boyle (button box), Adrian Burns (guitar, vocals), and Svend Kjeldsen (bodhran). Conneely's strong fiddle playing, somewhat reminiscent of Frankie Gavin's, and Boyle steady box (he plays a Briggs, by the way) make a nice pairing on the instrumental selections.

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