THE CORRS - toss the feathers
ANDREA CORR at her best
ANDREA CORR at her best
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The Rakes of Kildare played on an Oakwood "Acorn" Hammered Dulcimer
The method of drawing a celtic knot was recently discovered. Here is how you do it. Sorry it is rough, but I think you'll get the idea. Please take the time ...
The Dubliners - The Rocky Road to Dublin (typography) this is one of my first after effects projects, I hope you like it all credits goes to: - The Dubliners...
As down the glen one Easter morn To a city fair rode I, Their armed lines of marching men In squadrons passed me by. No pipe did hum, no battle drum Did soun...
More info about the locations in this video: http://IrelandGo.blogspot.com/ Éire, Gaelach, Éireannach, Gaeilge,ايرلندا ، والايرلنديه الغاليهирландия, ирландс...
Gráda Live in Harbor Springs, MI with guest Nic Gareiss
Anuna performing `Fionnghuala` from the live DVD `Celtic Origins`. SHEET MUSIC available from www.anuna.ie arranged by Michael McGlynn. Solo John McGlynn.
awesome dance performed by irish people
http://www.barrykerr.com A few tunes on the Uilleann Pipes by Barry Kerr. Check out the online store - where you can download or purchase postal albums Check...
Belgrade's most popular Irish & Celtic music band playing an Irish traditional, arranged by Ana Djokic (the violin player in the video). They are very popula...
2005 Spring Concert at UNC Chapel Hill
Highland Sessions: Karan Casy - vocals Steve Cooney - guitar Mary Ann kennedy - harp Donald Shaw - accordion Niall Vallely - concertina
Dubliners - the Octopuss jig (must be seen to be belived)
Eight tracks including music by Karan Casey, Martin Simpson, Sinead O'Conner, and more... A couple good Selkie tunes in this one.
Soundtrack download on iTunes and Amazon. Track from Live DVD, Recorded at De Groene Engel, Oss. Video by D'Images. Sound by SoundBase. www.rapalje.com
Nine of my favorite Irish song performances that speak of tragedy, love, separation, whisky, and tragedy.
Really good street musicians from Edinburgh, Scotland....view more at my website: http://www.nomadicmatt.com
This is me and my sister emily performing the Song "Cosmic Sister" for the First time
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I play the Irish flute and have a pretty large collection of recordings. These tracks showcase the work of some of my personal heroes on this lovely instrument.
Turn up the volume for this one! Another live tv studio session with Heath on pipes, Joe on Guitars, Alan on Bouzouki, Lynne on Bodhran, Paul on Bass and me ...
Two reels on low whistle and guitar. I learned the first one from Dervish and Mike McGoldrick, and the second one from Lúnasa. ------------------------------...
Méav, Lisa, and Órlagh perform "Orinoco Flow" at the Slane Castle, Ireland.
Enjoy a traditional Irish Blessing! (Flash animation, 2.8 MB) ... This is my hope for you, now and forever ... This is my wish for you, and for all who care for you.
Harp of Cnoc I'Chosgair, you who bring sleep to eyes long sleepless; sweet subtle, plangent, glad, cooling grave. Excellent instrument with smooth gentle curve, trilling under red fingers, musician that has charmed us, red, lion-like of full melody. ...
Eight tracks including music by Anúna, Blackmore's Night and Boondock Saints. A nice mix of upbeat and soothing music.
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Hello = Dia Dhuit Dia Dhuit is a very common way of saying Hello in Irish. Literally, it means something like God to you. Pronounce it something like
Twelve tracks including music by Capercaillie, Clannad, and The Bothy Band.
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Ireland has produced some of the best expressions in history. Here are the 10 that you should put to memory.