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£20.00
A collection of irish jogs in melodic style for the 5 string banjo by Ron Hughes
£19.99
Learn To Play 'Irish Tenor Banjo' one of the best and simplest Irish tenor banjo tutor books ever written...by all Ireland champion Owen Hackett.
£18.95
110 of Ireland's most beautiful and haunting melodies including laments, airs from old Gaelic songs and O'Carolan compositions. Suitable for all melody instruments.
£28.95
A unique collection of 428 reels & jigs from the pen of the master uilleann piper, including an illustrated introduction by Helena Rowsome and a facsimile of Leo Rowsome ’s Tutor for the Uillean Pipes (1936).Also suitable for fiddle,flute and tin whistle.
£25.00
Musick’s Delight on the Modern Cittern is intended for the beginner seeking a collection of simple yet attractive tunes that are enjoyable to play; the more intermediate player desirous of widening their repertoire; and any player in want of a collection of tunes upon which they can build further. All tunes are presented in both notation and tablature, together with chords for an accompaniment, in GDGDG for cittern and GDAE for mandolin and octave mandola, plus two hundred and fifty chords each for GDGDG and GDAE. Bouzouki and tenor mandola players can also play these tunes via the tablature. From the age of knights, castles and courtly love; from the palaces and gardens of Renaissance Europe; and from the assemblies, playhouses and noisy streets of seventeenth and eighteenth-century London: Musick’s Delight on the Modern Cittern presents a repertoire spanning 600 years – as delightfully playable and addictive now as it was then.
£17.99
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.
£10.95
These tunes form the very corner stone of Irish music sessions.They crop up with such regularity that it's vital that you are able to play them.
£19.95
This major collection of traditional slow airs represents an important step forward in the documentation of Irish music. This book is the key to a fuller appreciation of a musical richness that stretches back through the centuries. Comes with Online Audio access.
£8.50
Twenty one of your favourite Irish songs, arranged by Gary Meisner for accordion.
£16.99
This book is the ideal primer for anyone wishing to participate in an "Irish session". This musical gathering is apparently quite different than a blues, jazz or bluegrass jam session in that it is customary at Irish sessions to play in tight unison with the other musicians, adapting appropriate tempos, rhythms, and ornaments in an attempt to fit in with the "groove". The "Irish Session Tune Book" features 300 reels, hornpipes, polkas, slides, and slip-jigs written without chord symbols for the
£11.95
110 of the best tunes in any tin whistle player's repertoire, specially chosen and arranged by Claire McKenna, one of Ireland's top players and teachers. Graded by difficulty for everyone from beginner to advanced. Soundtrack available.
£16.95
110 all time favourites. These polkas and slides will enhance your repertoire, liven up any session and are surprisingly easy to play. Suitable for all melody instruments.
£16.95
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.
£10.95
Contains what are arguably the hundred most often played and widely known Irish jigs and reels.
£18.40
A fine collection of Irish tunes put together by one of Ireland’s best mandolinists, Paul Kelly. There’s lots of reels and jigs plus waltzes, polkas, slides and set dances.
£19.40
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.
£16.95
A collection of 110 popular Irish session tunes, chosen and arranged for button accordion by Dave Munnelly in an easy-to-read format with guitar chords. Includes 2 Cd's.
£16.95
A collection of 110 popular Irish session tunes, chosen and arranged for concertina by Aogán Lynch in an easy-to-read format with guitar chords. Includes 2 Cd's.
£9.95
110 of Ireland's most beautiful and haunting melodies including laments, airs from old Gaelic songs and O'Carolan compositions. Suitable for all melody instruments. Soundtrack available.
£10.50
This book provides an easy to follow approach to playing Irish traditional music on the piano, both solo and accompaniment. The tunes are carefully selected and progress from simple to more advanced tunes. Complete with rare photos and a selection of tunes. Soundtrack available.
£8.95
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.
£6.95
The Whistle and Sing! handbooks were designed by the author, Eamon Jordan, with a dual purpose; to offer modern arrangements of the more tuneful songs, airs and dance music of Ireland and to write these down from actual players in a simple setting which beginners could approach with confidence, and the more experienced players would elaborate upon.
£6.95
The Whistle and Sing! handbooks were designed by the author, Eamon Jordan, with a dual purpose; to offer modern arrangements of the more tuneful songs, airs and dance music of Ireland and to write these down from actual players in a simple setting which beginners could approach with confidence, and the more experienced players would elaborate upon.
£17.95
A collection of the dance music of Ireland: jigs, reels, hornpipes, long dances and marches. An introduction on the history of Irish music. Tips on playing with an authentic feeling. New settings from the playing of Michael Coleman and the Sligo fiddle masters.

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