Links for “musical instruments”

  • Clachan Music

    The website of John Cradden, devoted to traditional Scottish and Irish music played on mandolin and mandolin family instruments. Formerly known as thecelticmandolin.co.uk…

    # Added by Aidan Crossey .
  • The Irish Mandolin’s YouTube channel

    A companion to my website www.theirishmandolin.com

    Videos which display tunes set out in both “dots” and mandolin tablature while I play the tune once through, so the listener gets the gist. Currently updating at around 5 new videos per day (end-November 2020).

    Did you know that in the settings cog for each video you can slow a tune down to half- or even quarter-speed without altering the pitch? A great way to learn tunes…

    Aidan

    # Added by Aidan Crossey .
  • Learn Tin Whistle - Free Lessons & Resources

    The website is all about the tin whistle. Tutorials, tabs, and other resources.

    # Added by Jan .
  • The Irish Mandolin

    A site dedicated to Irish traditional music on the mandolin:

    “Tunes from the Irish tradition played by Aidan Crossey with mandolin tab and links to further information. Now featuring a new section showcasing notable exponents of Irish traditional mandolinery!”

    # Added by Jeremy .
  • Furls of Music—The Michael McNamara Sound Collection

    A digital exhibition based on field recordings made by Leitrim flute player Michael McNamara from 1959 to mid-1990s.

    # Added by Jeremy .
  • 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 .
  • Tim Adams Irish Flutes - handmade in Sweden

    Hi all
    If anyone knows anyone who’s looking for a fine handmade Irish flute in Grenadilla (African Blackwood), please send them to the address above. I’ve just launched the 2016 Tim Adams Irish Flute and would like to get the word out. You can see it and hear it at adams.se/flute.

    I’m new on Flutemaker Street (2 years) and I’m offering a well made instrument that you can try before you buy. 4 weeks after you order, it’s in the post. How about that!

    Thanks to thesession.org for a great and wonderful service! And to all who contribute to it!

    Yours humbly

    Tim

    # Added by TimAdams .
  • Turmennan Harps

    Irish manufacturer of High Quality Gaelic/Celtic/Irish Harps,

    # Added by Madoc .
  • 1001 Best Whistle Tunes

    Hi Folks!
    I’ve been studying Irish Music since 2008, and back in that time I created a Personal Tunebook (that I affectionately call it ‘‘Tiúineanna’’) and all the tunes that I have learned were added one by one.
    Now that I reached O’Neill’s magic number I want to share it with everybody!
    It contains modern, traditional tunes and even tunes by members of The Session like Gian Marco, ceolachan, JACKB and others… Most of the tunes you can find in my Tunebook of the Session, unless the tunes I learned by ear and are not in the database.
    It may contain some keys misunderstood, mainly with tunes that you don’t play with a D whistle, and all the feedback to make it better is very welcome!
    You can download the PDF file here below:
    http://issuu.com/marcusviniciusdisessa/docs/1001_best_whistle_tunes
    If someone would like the excel file please send me a direct message or an e-mail to marcus.disessa@hotmail.com
    It’s a great tool to create new set’s or filter by your favorite composer.. At long last… Infinite possibilities.
    I hope it can be useful..
    Cheers! All the best!
    Marcus Disessa

    # Added by MarcusDisessa .
  • Skype fiddle & sean-nós singing lessons with Eithne Ní Chatháin

    My name is Eithne Ní Chatháin. I am a touring singer, songwriter (Inni-K) and musician who likes to keep up my passion for teaching traditional fiddle & sean-nós singing whether I’m at home or on tour, via online Skype lessons.

    Skype lessons are ideal for anyone who would like to learn from the comfort of their own home; for those who have a travelling lifestyle; or who maybe can’t fit in, or don’t have access to local weekly lessons.

    Please get in touch if you’re interested in having lessons at eithnenichathain(at)yahoo(dot)com to explore this fun way of learning from anywhere around the globe! And check out the website link for more info.

    Good internet connection is essential.

    Look forward to hearing from you.
    Le beannacht,
    Eithne

    # Added by Eithne Ní Chatháin .