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Carolan's Dream

Hinchcliffe, K Carolan's Dream

Accurate and extremely clear guitar transcriptions, comprehensively notated in tablature from ex-Albion Band guitarist Keith Hinchliffe, taken from his album of 19 tracks of tunes by the renowned Irish harper Turlough O'Carolan. Soundtrack available.

  • £8.95
Irish Session Tunes - The Orange Book

Cranitch, B Irish Session Tunes - The Orange Book

100 Irish Dance tunes and airs selected by Brid Cranitch. The range of tunes in this book is particularly suitable for instruments such as the fiddle; but they are equally suitable for most other instruments.

  • £9.95
Dance Music of Ireland - The Levey Collections

Levey, R.M Dance Music of Ireland - The Levey Collections

Now entirely reset and published together in one volume, R.M.Levey's two collections together comprising over 200 tunes with simple piano accompaniments, are landmarks in the history of Irish music. Thses jigs, reels, hornpipes and other dances, transcribed just as they were performed, provide an invaluable reference for anyone interested in Irish music and a fascinating window into a bygone age.

  • £13.95
110 Ireland's Best Carolan Tunes ( book and CD )

Canning J 110 Ireland's Best Carolan Tunes ( book and CD )

110 classic tunes attributed to the legendary Irish harper and composer, Turlough O'Carolan. A must for every traditional musician's repertoire. Suitable for all melody instruments. A CD of the tunes contained in this book is included.

  • £16.95
110 Ireland's Best Session Tunes (Book & CD)

Conway, P 110 Ireland's Best Session Tunes (Book & CD)

110 of the most popular session tunes in Ireland and around the world. Join in wherever you go with this session friendly collection of jigs, reels, hornpipes, polkas, slides, airs and more. Suitable for all melody instruments.

  • £16.95
Traditional Slow Airs of Ireland

O'Canainn, T Traditional Slow Airs of Ireland Book and 2 CDs

This major collection of traditional slow airs represents an important step forward in the documentation af Irish music. This book is the key to a fuller appreciation of a musical richness that stretches back through the centuries. Comes with 2 CDs

  • £21.95
Through the Half Door

Shaskeen Through the Half Door

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Here is a book containing all the tunes transcribed from 3 albums by premier Irish ceili band, Shaskeen. It contains a wonderful source of Irish session tunes along with chords, photographs, copious notes and cross-references.

  • £9.95
Karen Tweed's Irish Choice

Tweed, K Karen Tweed's Irish Choice

Karen's mastery of the piano accordion defies belief. She has prepared a beautiful selection of Irish session tunes, suitable for all instruments, with chords, tips and anecdotes. It includes her own versions of several of her favourites along with a healthy selection of session standards.There are two C.D' s available to accompany this book ' Drops of Springwater' and ' The Silver Spire'.

  • £11.95
100 Enduring Irish Session Tunes

Mallinson, D 100 Enduring Irish Session Tunes

Extend your repertoire with this handsome selection of popular Irish tunes. Unlike other books of this nature the emphasis is away from reels; here you'll find slip jigs, hornpipes, slides and an abundance of popular jigs. "Session Friendly" settings: You can learn the tunes as written and be confident of having accurate versions. Chords are included.

  • £10.95
100 evergreen irish session tunes

Mallinson, D 100 Evergreen Irish Session Tunes

Another 100 "session friendly" tunes with chords to enhance your repertoire. This time the book follows the format of a typical Irish session, lots of reels, some jigs and a few hornpipes. As in all the books in this series, a comprehensive list of alternative titles is included.

  • £10.95
100 Irish Polkas

Mallinson, D 100 Irish Polkas

The title says it all, a book crammed with juicy polkas to get your teeth into. Why not give yourself a break from the reels and jigs occasionally? Chords are included. Besides being a must for polka lovers, this book is particularly suitable for novice musicians and those looking for easier tunes to increase repertoire quickly.

  • £10.95
Music of Ireland- A Mighty Tune

Taylor, D Music of Ireland- A Mighty Tune

One of a family of books, all with chords, giving access to the wealth of tunes played in Irish sessions throughout these isles. A fascinating cross-section of Irish traditional music is represented, not just reels and jigs, giving each book its own character. 30 reels, 21 jigs, 9 slides and 6 miscellaneous.

  • £7.95
1001 irish tunes

O'Neil O'Neill's 1001 Irish Tunes

This is the grandaddy of all Irish music books and is affectionately known as "The Book". Although not the most useful of books nowadays, it should be in every Irish musicians library. The book was first published around 1900 and was almost the only Irish music book around until well into the latter half of the twentieth century. The tunes were noted by Francis O'Neill in Chigago.

  • £13.95
Carolan - His Life, Times & Music

O'Sullivan Carolan - His Life, Times & Music

This new edition contains all of the original sections on The Life of Carolan, with all 213 tunes, the annotations to the tunes, The Memoirs of Arthur O'Neill, complete indexes and an important new appendix which featues additional tunes and facts which have been unearthed since the original publication first appeared.

  • £29.95
ryans

Sky, P Ryan's Mammouth Collection

This comprehensive book is a facsimile edition of the original collection published in 1883. It has survived over the years because it is one of the richest and most interesting of the 19th century instrumental collections as well as a resource for students of American vernacular music. Examining the cultural exchange between minstrel show, ethnic music and even classical music influenced some of the genres of what we now call American music. "Ryan's Mammoth Collection" contains a significant nu

  • £16.95

Loesberg, J Musical Reflections of Ireland

25 of the very best Irish songs and dance tunes including Sheebeg and Sheemore, Danny Boy and Slievenamon arranged for easy piano, keyboards, harp, accordion and most melody instruments.

  • £8.95

McCullough, L St. Patrick was a Cajun

61 new Irish traditional compositions with chord arrangemnts by renowned tin whistle player L. E. McCullough, suitable for all instruments. In 1976 McCullough's original Irish folk compositions won first place in the All Ireland New Dance Tune Competition. Soundtrack available.

  • £8.50

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