Links for “tutorials”

  • 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:
    http://www.killarneyschoolofmusic.com/index.php5?page=tune-library

    # Added by sebastian the m3g4p0p .
  • The Donegal School of Traditional Irish Music

    At the Donegal School of Traditional Irish Music, we are 100% committed to providing Irish Music enthusiasts with a unique holiday experience in a part of Donegal steeped in musical heritage and history .
    We are passionate about our music and culture. Our aim is to provide all our visiting guests with an opportunity to learn and immerse themselves in Traditional Irish Music in its natural environment.
    Ardara is a town renowned for its friendly people, lively pubs and music festivals in particular. It was voted ‘Best Village to Live In Ireland’ by the Irish Times in 2012!
    Situated on the Wild Atlantic Way, Ardara is ideally located to explore the beautiful, breathtaking, natural wonders that are dotted along this stunning coastline. Approximately 2500kms long, the Wild Atlantic Way is the longest coastal touring route in the world. Meet the people, hear the stories, enjoy the scenery and immerse yourself in the natural beauty of this truly amazing place.
    While the Donegal School of Traditional Irish Music centers mainly around music we also promote the other aspects of Irish culture and heritage. We can also arrange short classes and demonstrations in the Irish language, Set Dancing, Weaving, Basket Making, Story-Telling and Poetry to name a few. For those who enjoy the great outdoors we can provide Guided Walks, Boat Tours and Fishing, Bicycle Hire, Golf, Kayaking and much more. Our classes finish at 4pm giving you ample opportunity to explore all of these hidden gems on the Wild Atlantic Way… making your stay unforgettable.

    # Added by TradMad1 .
  • 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 .
  • Manx Traditional Music for Sessions

    60 tunes from the Isle of Man, by dance time and in sets.

    The book also has a written section (49 A4 pages) that puts Manx traditional music into context, giving a brief history of traditional music and dance in the Island; its decline and revival; links between Manx and neighbouring traditions; a discussion on what makes music ‘traditional’; Manx tune names; playing in sessions; modal scales and set building, and so on.

    The author has been playing traditional music for over 30 years and been closely involved with Manx music for most of that time.

    The collection includes many tunes you will not have heard, some nice variations of Irish and other tunes plus a few popular compositions.

    Available from Nigel Gatherer’s site (follow the link).

    # Added by Eubonian .
  • Jethro Burns Mandolin Lesson Tapes

    Excellent collection of audio recordings made by students of Jethro Burns, mandolin player. Jazz/bluegrass/country style.

    # Added by Alistair Chisholm .
  • Sweet Music - Fiddle, Mandolin Lessons and Entertainment since 1986

    Mandolin Lessons - 29 years experience

    Private Lessons
    a) weekly/hourly
    b) in person or SKYPE
    c) 2 recitals a year
    d) outside playing opportunities

    Group Lessons
    a) Monday Nights 7-8:30pm in 01075 USA
    b) 2 recitals a year
    c) outside playing opportunities

    Mandolin Orchestra
    a) Friday Nights 8-10pm in 01075 USA
    b) 2 concerts a year

    Visit http://www.adamrsweet.com to find out more and contact me for lessons

    # Added by .
  • Learn Banjo & Mandolin via Skype

    Learn Banjo and Mandolin via Skype

    # Added by SeanNolan .
  • Irish Fingerpicking Guitar Vol.1 and Vol. 2 - Jean Banwarth

    Two books for fingerstyle Guitar, with tabs and scores for DADGAD and standard tuning
    Every tune is given in both classical writing & tabs, fingerings are indicated if necessary.
    Bilingual edition (French / English). The books includes DVDs with videos from
    https://www.youtube.com/user/jeanbanwarth

    # Added by Jean2 .
  • Ceol Tracks

    Ceol Tracks have produced a new and unique approach to learning traditional tunes. The book teaches basic music theory in staff and ABC method. Has finger charts for whistle, accordion, concertina, fiddle, banjo, mandolin and open guitar chord chart. Each page displays a single tune clearly laid out in staff and ABC method. The tutor book comes with 3 CDs. CD 1 contains all 63 tunes played at learning pace. While CDs 2 and 3 plays the tunes with accompaniment 3 times over. All CDs have a 2 bar count-in to give you time to play from the start of the tune. The tunes in the book can be downloaded individually if you don’t want to buy the book. Go to http://www.ceoltracks.com for more information. It’s the Irish music tutor you’ve being waiting for all your life.

    # Added by Denis O'Toole .
  • “Celtic Tutor” for iOS & Android Phones and Tablets

    I’d like to announce that my new app, designed to help beginners memorize tunes quickly, is now available for free on the App Store (http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/celtic-tutor/id556431288?ls=1&mt=8) and Google Play (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=air.com.yellowriverarts.celtictutor) :-)

    I’d love to hear how anyone here gets on with using it - more advanced players will know the tunes by heart already, but there’s also some wee technical exercises in there too that may not be too easy for you to have some fun with.

    You can add more tunes and exercises with in-app purchases, but the free version already contains enough material to keep a beginner busy for at least 6 months, if not more ;-)

    I’ll be adding a free stuff in each update, and there’s loads more features in the pipeline (if enough of you download it) including real audio looping, video lessons and more.

    I look forward to hearing from you if it helps you learn a new tune!

    # Added by jazzwhistle .