Comhaltas: ComhaltasLive #227 - 1: Attracta Brady - Jigs Advanced Search ComhaltasLive #227 - 1: Attracta Brady - Jigs Play Current Time 0:00 Duration Time 0:00 Remaining Time -0:00 Stream TypeLIVE Loaded: 0% Progress: 0% Fullscreen Mute Playback Rate Subtitles subtitles off Captions captions settingscaptions off Chapters Chapters A selection of jigs played on fiddle by Attracta Brady who was chairperson of Fleadh Cheoil na hÉireann in Tullamore in August 2007. Download Audio Date 9 Oct, 2007 Tune The Twins' Delight/McIntyre's Created By Willie Fogarty Source ComhaltasLive This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial 2.5 License. Programme: ComhaltasLive #227: Fleadh Cheoil na hÉireann 2007 RSS Feed (What is this?) Keywords for This Entry Fleadh Cheoil, Fiddle, Guitar, Jig, ComhaltasLive Recent Posts Category Archives
folkloretanznoten Chris Peterson's Traditional Music Traditional Music This is a collection of (mostly) traditional music to look at, listen to, or download at your convenience. The emphasis is on traditional Celtic tunes, but there are some others you may find interesting, as well. Sound files are General MIDI, and tempos are friendly, but not slow. Sheet music is in the GIF format; a few tunes are two pages long, so be sure to get both if you want the tune. Tunes marked with a dot are basic repertoire tunes, generally considered useful for beginners to know, at least where I live (it varies somewhat by region). As far as I know, all of these tunes are in the public domain. Remember, this is folk music. Click on the title to hear the tune, and click on [sheet music] to see it.
Gospel Songs With Chords, start page & titles list - Christian Gospel Song Lyrics and Chords To view the songs, choose A, B, C etc from the navbar above to go to the song titles beginning with that letter. THIS COLLECTION OF LYRICS with chords includes some 1200 songs, many of these date back to the 19th and early 20th century although many of them are much more modern. These transcriptions are made by many different individuals from all over the world for their own research and instruction and as such should not be considered definitive "official" versions or representative of any particular artist or performance. They are being shared on this site for educational purposes only, please see our copyright page for more info. Gospel Music Definition: Gospel music, can in crude terms, be though of as a sort of cross between popular music and hymns, for a better definition see below. Need to buy Sheet Music Or special Arrangements for contemporary or Traditional Christian MusicCheck out this page for CONTEMPORARY CHRISTIAN MUSIC or this one for TRADITIONAL CHRISTAIN MUSIC
ComhaltasLive #441-5: Haley Richardson Loaded: 0% Progress: 0% Captions captions settingscaptions off The current All-Ireland Under-12 Fiddle Champion Haley Richardson from New Jersey, USA plays a reel - “The Bunch of Keys” - at a session at the North American Comhaltas Convention 2014 in Parsippany, New Jersey. Download Audio Keywords: Convention, Fleadh, Session, Solo, Fiddle, Reel, ComhaltasLive Date 30 June 2014 Tune “The Bunch of Keys” Created By Willie Fogarty Source ComhaltasLive This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial 2.5 License. Programme: ComhaltasLive #441
New Tune a Day Chord Charts These are the songs we play at Emmaus Church. We’re not always doing the exact arrangement from the albums listed, they’re usually transposed to a key I can sing, and occasionally edited slightly for simplicity’s sake. If you’re looking for Stereoreel charts you’ll find a more complete list at comhaltasLive #481_1:Dublin musicians Loaded: 0% Progress: 0% Captions captions settingscaptions off Dublin musicians L/R - Seán Montgomery, Claire Walsh, Tom Doorley and Eoin Ó Cionnaith, play a selection of reels ( “Over the moor to Maggie” and “The wind that shakes the barley”), at the Cairde Charna unique feast of traditional music, song and dance at Cultúrlann na hÉireann, Dublin on 10th October 2015 to support and promote the very exciting Carna Project in Connemara, Co. Download Audio] Tune Over the moor to Maggie and The wind that shakes the barley Created By Willie Fogarty Source ComhaltasLive This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial 2.5 License. Programme: ComhaltasLive #481
The Séamus Connolly Collection of Irish Music Sound Music is one of the chief ways we communicate theology, set the tone for worship, praise God, and connect with one another. While our church has a rich store of familiar hymns and worship songs, maybe it's time to widen the frame, listening to ecumenical neighbors and other voices in our own tradition. These resources should help to get you moving. Have you written music for worship that you'd like to share? Is there an artist or music resource you think others ought to know about? Has your community created its own collection of hymns and worship songs? What's New: Musical Resources My Heart Sings Out is an outstanding resource for congregations; its hymns are selected for singing in intergenerational congregations and groups, and they're all-ages friendly without being in the least cloying. Proost is an innovative alternative worship community in England who make many of their musical and multimedia resources available for purchase and use in other congregations. Fresh Musical Resources
The Drone Welcome to The O'Flaherty Irish Music Retreat Traditional Irish Music and Dance on the Dingle Peninsula, Ireland Click Here for details of traditional music lessons and festivals An expression of praise for any feat in Corca Dhuibhne, the West Kerry Gaeltacht (Irish-speaking area) is "Mo cheol thú" – You are my music! – which is in itself an indication of the indigenous place music has in the life of the area. Both instrumental music and song have a long tradition on the Dingle Peninsula. For many years the music tradition of the area concentrated on the dance tunes played for the West Kerry Set Dance – mainly polkas, slides (single jigs) and, on occasion, hornpipes. The polka was for many years considered to be "foreign" as both set-dancing and accompanying music were modified versions of music and dance performed by the occupying military forces, and this music was therefore generally ignored in the great collections of written music from Capt. The Kerry Polka reached the international stage with the famous duo performances of Séamus Begley and Steve Cooney.