Links for “music groups”

  • Michael A Flanagan Irish Music Heritage

    “The goals of the organization are to preserve and enhance traditional Irish music by supporting of Irish music festivals, providing educational programming in the area of traditional Irish music, collecting and storing recordings and materials related to the history of traditional Irish music from immigrant populations in the United States, recognition of outstanding musicians who foster traditional Irish music, including the tenor banjo and providing financial assistance to writers, researchers, filmmakers and creative artists whose projects preserve and disseminate the history, culture and legacy of traditional Irish music.”

    # Added by Jeremy .
  • The Craic Was Ninety - Irish Traditional Music at 78 RPM

    Some interesting 78 RPM recordings here by a variety of artists.

    # Added by Daniel Parker .
  • Celtic Harp Orchestra Scores 2003-2018

    For the first time ever, the scores of the original music composed by Fabius Constable for the Celtic Harp Orchestra are collected and available for musicians, fans and students around the world.

    # Added by Valerio Meletti .
  • Skirdechal!

    Skirdechal! is a traditional folk music group based in Angus which was established in 2009 with the aim of encouraging the talented young people of Angus to enjoy music the traditional way ~ playing by ear ~ learning from listening to each other ~ working together to create a sound brim full of the group’s energy & enthusiasm.
    The group is made up of young people aged 10 to 18 from all over Angus. The line-up changes as the older members move on and new members join.
    Along with the band members, Skirdechal’s repetoire changes over time - the best tunes being the ones you’ve yet to learn. The music varies from traditional fiddle & piping tunes to more modern tunes from Scotland, Ireland, Cape Breton, Brittany & Galicia.
    Skirdechal has released a CD entitled “Folk On The Water” that can be downloaded from iTunes - all proceeds from CD sales will go towards supporting the group in the future.

    # Added by Linda White .
  • Comhaltas na Breataine (Comhaltas in Britain)

    This is the website for the British Province of Comhaltas Ceoltóirí Éireann

    # Added by Paddy_box .
  • Moreton Celtic fiddle Club

    Moreton Celtic Fiddle Club are from North East Brisbane QLD Australia.
    We are able to provide Bush Dances for Schools, Church groups, weddings and parties.

    Also a mixture of celtic and Classical music for private functions, Art galleries, Weddings etc.

    Please Contact Melinda for further details.

    # Added by Melinda .
  • The Drovers YouTube Page

    We’re a folk band from rural Wales playing Welsh, Scottish, and Irish tunes.

    # Added by Borthmyn .
  • Owen’s Friends

    Owen’s Friends is a celtic irish band based in Paris, France.

    # Added by filj .
  • The Big Shoogle Scottish Ceilidh Band

    If you’re after a Scottish ceilidh band with a difference, check out The Big Shoolge. They mix trad ceilidh tunes with rock, cajun, blues, pop etc so if your friends aren’t that into the thought of ceilidh music all night, they might well be into this. Professional without having to be too serious!

    # Added by ReelerThanYou .
  • Celtic Thunder

    Celtic Thunder is a music group of 5 guys from Ireland and Scotland that has been together for about 4 years now. They have toured America and Canada, along with Australia with their latest album “Heritage”. They started out singing traditional Irish songs in their first album “The Show”, and then saluted their favorite music artists in a Broadway style album “It’s Entertainment”. Just recently, they have gone back to their roots and recorded an album “Heritage”, which consists of traditional Irish songs like “Buachaill on Eirne”, “Whiskey in the Jar” and “Just a Song At Twilight”, and traditional Scottish songs like “Skye Boat Song” and “Black is the Colour”.
    Go check them out! You may be surprised!

    # Added by NewZealandRed101 .