Links for “tune collections”
Foinn - TheSession.org companion - Browse your sets and tunes
I needed a way to easily browse tunes and sets, and easily switch from one the another. So I built a little app to do just that.# Added by Boris Rorsvort .
Check it out! Feedback and feature requests appreciated!
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 .
Séamus Connolly Collection
The licensing for the Séamus Connolly Collection is certainly friendly, so much so that that I downloaded all of the pdf’s and converted them to abc notation:# Added by callison .
There are bound to be some errors. Caveat Emptor.
Index page to the Tom Buchanan collection
The link to the 10-month effort of three of thesession.orgs members that rendered abc notation from 652 pages of hand-written notes from Tom Buchanan, a Scottish gentleman who left behind copies of his work at session in the 1990’s. 1102 tunes, most trad with a smattering of other stuff.# Added by callison .
Includes links to the abc notation for each tune, a pdf rendered from the abc notation and a low resolution copy of the original scan.
Links for thesession.org threads #40353 (Paddy Fahey’s)
pdf and abc files regarding the Paddy Faye’s discussion https://thesession.org/discussions/40353# Added by callison .
Original Compositions from a Master Fiddle Player.# Added by Jeremy .
The Department of Music, University College Cork, is delighted to host this exciting initiative by one of the great masters of Irish traditional music, the fiddle player Connie O’Connell. Connie’s teaching has been at the heart of traditional music studies at University College Cork for nearly forty years and his profile as one of Ireland’s leading fiddle players has brought great honour to the University throughout that time.
Here, Connie shares a collection of over sixty recently composed jigs, reels, hornpipes, slides and polkas, and a few of his older compositions which have become popular. We hope the collection will become a valuable source of new traditional music for musicians and scholars, and that the tunes will give pleasure to many players and listeners for years to come.
Killarney School Of Music
The website of the Killarney School Of Music. Apart from their course offers etc. they provide a free library of tune mp3s for learning (mostly played on the whistle), which is a nice thing… might be of interest for beginners:# Added by sebastian the m3g4p0p .
Comhaltas na Breataine (Comhaltas in Britain)
This is the website for the British Province of Comhaltas Ceoltóirí Éireann# Added by Paddy_box .
1001 Best Whistle Tunes
Hi Folks!# Added by MarcusDisessa .
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:
If someone would like the excel file please send me a direct message or an e-mail to email@example.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!
Zahatar: Acoustic String Band’s “The Little Country”album on Kickstarter through July 4th!
We want to have the opportunity to record an album version of The Little Country song cycle, which began as single melody lines in the appendix of one of Charles de Lint’s urban fantasy novels from the early 90’s. These tunes had never before been arranged for string band in their entirety, until now. Zahatar recently held a sold-out performance of the song cycle, and recording an album is our next endeavor.# Added by Christopher Grano .
We love playing Celtic music, and The Little Country is a project that’s very near and dear to us. We want to share this experience with the world!
Please check out our Kickstarter page and consider a pledge - most reward tiers include either a digital copy of the album or a physical copy or both!