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Matt Cunningham Spirit Of Ireland
28 classic Irish instrumentals
Matt Cunningham Memories Of Ireland
One of Ireland's top musicians
Various Celtic Visions
Superb orchestral album.
Matt Cunningham West Of The Old River Shannon
Matt Cunningham Green Hills Of Erin
Paddy Cole Celtic Rendezvous
The Acker Bilk of Irish Music!
Various We Dreamed Our Dreams: A Celebration Of St. Patrick's Day
Featuring Finbar Furey
Carl Hession Water's Edge
Folk-classical combination from this pianist, composer and arranger...with over 30 other musicians! Mairtin O'Connor's box-playing is a particular highlight.
Celtic Inspiration An Irish Soundscape
Ambient sounds + gentle music.
G.Harrington, E.O'Sullivan, P.De Grae Smoky Chimney
The partnership of fiddle & accordion has been one of the most enduring combinations in Irish traditional music in recent decades, and Eoghan O'Sullivan and Gerry Harrington continue that tradition in great style.
Maire Ni Chathasaigh & Chris Newman Out Of Court
"Music of fire & brilliance."
Mairead Ni Mhaonaigh & Frankie Kennedy Ceol Aduaidh
Various Ulster styles of song and dance music that made these artistes such firm favourites at concerts in Ireland, Europe and America. Mairéad and Frankie were founder members of the now internationally renowned traditional group Altan.
Pierre Schryer & Dermot Byrne 2 Worlds United
A terrific meeting of Irish accodionist Dermot and Canadian fiddler Pierre...each a sensational musician combined they are extraordinarily good, with intricate interplay and elegant swing.
Ronan Browne & Peter O'Loughlin Touch Me If You Dare
Pipes, fiddle & flute.
Kathleen Loughnane Affairs Of The Harp
Dordan's harp player Kathleen Loughnane, with Alec Finn (Greek bouzouki, guitar), Mary Staunton (accordion), Sean Ryan (whistle), Sharon Shannon (accordion), Martina Goggin (Djembe).
Maire Ni Chathasaigh The New Strung Harp
Traditional Irish harp music.
Pat Kilbride Loose Cannon
Pat Kilbride, Denny McDermott, Mike Visceglia, Jerry O' Sullivan, Larry Campbell, Karl Mullen, Lucy Kaplansky. Vocals, guitars, cittern, drums, bass, percussion, Uillean Pipes, pedal steel, fiddle, mandolin, harmonica, backing vocals.
Sean Whelan End Of Autumn
Guitar-led music from a range of sources; including Irish, Breton, Moldavian, Pariian, and Spanish! The latter part of the album has a definite Latin/jazz/gypsy feel. Top quality!
Charlie Piggott & Gerry Harrington The New Road
Charlie (De Danann & Lonely Stranded Band) on box and banjo, and Gerry (The Smoky Chimney) on fiddle play pure traditional music...no gimmicks - just great playing!
Mick Moloney, Robbie O'Connell & J. Keane There Were Roses
With Liz Carroll - fiddle. Mick Moloney, Robbie O' Connell, Jimmy Keane and Liz Carroll.
Seamus McGuire & John Lee The Missing Reel
The inspiration for this delightful recording comes from John's collection of music from the Aughavas and Cloone areas of his native South Leitrim. Superb fiddle and flute playing give a new breath of life to this neglected music and ensure its survival.
Sean O'Riada Mise Eire
Inspired playing from the Radio Éireann Symphony Orchestra, conducted by the composer himself, sets the mood in the opening theme of the evocative recurring motif, Mise Éire. One of the really notable artistic undertakings of its time in Ireland, Mise Éir
Pat Kilbride Undocumented Dancing
With special guests Jerry O' Sullivan (Uillean Pipes), Kevin Burke (fiddle), John Whelan (button accordion), Brian O' Neill (keyboards, piano), Paddy Keenan (Uillean Pipes), Maire Bhreatnach (violin, cello), Jackie Moran (bodhran), etc..
Ronan Browne & Peter O' Loughlin The South West Wind
Two musical generations meet when Peter O'Loughlin, fiddler and flute player, joins forces with Ronan Browne, a young piper and flute player. In a brilliant exposition of contemporary and traditional music, the influences are largely those of West Clare.
Carl Hession Old Time New Time
A dazzling array of his many talents with tracks of traditional tunes and songs, mixed with newly composed pieces, all arranged with an intuitive understanding of both traditional and classical styles. All tracks are stamped with the distinctive mark of a
Dordan Irish Traditional & Baroque
An all-star line up! Many of the pieces reflect the lively musical links between Europe and Ireland over the last few centuries. Their music repertoire ranges from Irish traditional to baroque.
Maire Ni Chathasaigh & Chris Newman Live In The Highlands
From traditional O'Carolan tunes to Django-ish numbers their virtuosity will astound you. Taking harp and guitar to new levels, and new audiences, this album was recorded on their tour of the Scottish Highlands.
Maire Ni Chathasaigh & Chris Newman The Living Wood
Harp & guitar - superb. "Uplifting, imaginitive, brilliant." Daily Telegraph.
Colm Murphy An Bodhran
Colm Murphy's mastery of the art of bodhrán playing is well attested and undisputed. In Colm Murphy's hand, the bodhrán becomes a subtle, sophisticated instrument, enhancing and enriching the music of some of Ireland's greatest musicians.
Derek Bell Carolan's Favourite
Derek plays tribute to the genius of O'Carolan, the great harper & composer who flourished in the dying years of Gaelic Ireland. Derek is joined by The Chieftains and the New Irish Chamber Orchestra.
Dezi Donnelly & Mike Goldrickf Champions Of The North
Two eighteen year olds fresh from success in the All Ireland Championships before they went on to form the hugely popular group Toss The Feathers. Flute and fiddle played superbly with oodles of enthusiasm!
John Feeley John Feeley
A renowned classical guitarist, John Feeley is also noted for his interpretation of traditional Irish airs and dance tunes. "allowing the music its full expression"
P.J. & Marcus Hernon Beal A'Mhurlaigh
Marcus plays the concert flute in masterly fashion as well as a B flat flute with a deeper, more velvet sound. P.J. demonstrates the versatility of the accordion which he handles with guile and dexterity, coaxingly combining strength and gentleness.
Ceol Tigh Neachtain Music From Galway
This compendium gives the listener an insight into the infectious flavour of the music played by local and visiting musicians in Tigh Neachtain (Naughton's Pub), featuring a broad span of musical styles and instruments, ranging from accordion to zither!
Garry O' Briain Carolan's Dream
A lively, contemporary interpretation of the music of the great composer Turlough O'Carolan including many of his lesser-known works. On the Baroque-traditional borderline in style.
Maire Ni Chathasaigh & Chris Newman The Carolan Albums
Maire is the top harp player from Ireland, joined by Chris Newman, one of the most incredible guitar players (plays with Boys of the Lough). "A masterpiece of vituosity...a must for any folk-related collection" Daily Telegraph.
Pat Kilbride Rock & More Roses
Master of guitar & cittern. A joy to listen to - a master of acoustic guitar and modern cittern.
Paul McGrattan & Paul Shaughnessy Within A Mile Of Dublin
Paul McGrattan (flute) & Paul O' Shaughnessy (fiddle) are both from Dublin. This, their first recording together is lively, skillful and a joyful sampling of the very best of Irish music, showing clearly the strong Donegal influence that underpins their m
Derek Bell Musical Ireland
The Chieftains' harpist brings us on an expedition encompassing Ireland's popular music. To assist him, he has the New Irish Chamber Orchestra and some of The Chieftains. This is an excellent introduction to the Irish melodies.
Maire Ni Chathasaigh & Chris Newman Dialogues
Colin Reid Colin Reid
Debut CD from this acoustic guitarist from Belfast. He offers an eclectic repertoire of styles, from rural blues to ragtime jazz, from country to classical-ish, all delivered with the very lightest of touches.
Derek Bell Ancient Music For The Irish Harp
Derek Bell, premier exponent of the Irish harp, celebrates the 200th anniversary of the Belfast Harpers' Festival with a selection of music played at the festival. For good measure he adds a couple of South American tunes.
Jackie Daly & Seamus Creagh Jackie Daly & Seamus Creagh
One of the greatest musical traditions in Ireland is that which belongs to the music of Sliabh Luachra, home of some of the best traditional music we are ever likely to hear. The finest exponents of this music must certainly be Jackie Daly and Séamus Crea
Michael McGoldrick & John McSherry At First Light
Michael & John are two of the top Irish instrumentalist, and fronted Flook and Lunasa respectively. With a cracking backing line-up too!
Na Casaidigh 1692
Na Casaidigh have created a stirring and dramatic musical tableau which delineates the conflict between the Jacobite and Williamite traditions. This album marks yet another milestone in the career of a group who have an enviable reputation as performers.
Seamus Quinn & Gary Hastings Stories To Tell
Fiddle & flute lead.
Various Carolan's Gift; A Tribute To The Legendary Irish Bard
Various - Carolan's Gift; A Tribute To The Legendary Irish Bard CD
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