Irish music, in a class by itself. Assorted links pertaining to Irish music: artists, CDs, classes, performances, etc.
Satalla presents Celtic Voices: six weeks of Irish Music. Thereīs something here for everyone, whether you like it sweet and soft, sean nos, or battlefield. Satalla will have it in their tribute to Irish voices, instruments, and the musical celebration of all things Irish.
David Power Uilleann Pipe Concert
Not to be missed, David Power on the Uilleann Pipes at Gluckman Ireland House at New York University, April 1, 2005...No Fooling!
Harps in Irish History
Ireland has a strong musical background, one of the most beloved instuments is the harp.
Irish & Nostalgic Songs
The Irish are known for their romanticism---- which includes their love of nostalgia and a good "tear-jerker".
Irish Music at Blaggard's in New York
One site for Irish music in New York City, USA.
Irish Traditional Music Archives
The Irish traditional music enjoyed throughout the world could easily have been lost in the confusion of the 1950s but for the work of the Gathering of Musicians of Ireland, who have carefully gathered the pieces in the Comhaltas Archive. Join Comhaltas for free access to this Irish National Treasur
Love's Pure Light
Love's Pure Light...Treat yourself to a night out in NYC.
Love's Pure Light features a mix of Roger Gillen's traditional Christmas and original songs, a blend of Irish sound along with West African and Latin pop rhythms.
The Chieftans King of Irish Music
Known the world over, the Chieftans are truly an Irish legend.
Uilleann Pipes and Howling Dogs
The uilleann pipes are Irelandīs "bagpipes." The music produced by the bellows, bag, and chanter can be otherworldly, or it can be earthy and passionately human.
Waterford Piper makes Magical Music
David Power is a young Waterfordman with uilleann pipes. His new CD "My Love is in America" is first class.
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Those mysterious, seeminingly unpronounceable words actually spell the magic of a grand competition and festival of traditional Irish music. And good craic!
Now say it, Flah and fesh!
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