My Darling Asleep. Club Ceili. Little Diamond Polka. Murroe Polka. Maids of Ardath. Boyne Hunt. Shannon Breeze. Red Haired Lass.
Humours of Glendart. Saddle the Pony. Tobin's Favourite.
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Tulla Reel. Roaring Mary. Brosna Slide.
Irish Session Tunes - the Blue Book
Dennis Murphy's. Maid Behind the Bar. Green Mountain. Britches Full Of Stitches. Armagh Polka. Ballydesmond No. Geese in the Bog.
Connachtman's Rambles. Out on the Ocean. Miss McCleod. Merry Blacksmith.
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Sally Gardens. Jerry's Beaver Hat. Kesh Jig. Rambling Pitchfork. Sonny's Mazurka. Shoe the Donkey. Jackie Coleman's. Mountain Road. Cregg's Pipes. Queen of the Fair. Pay the Reckoning. Carraroe Jig. Lark in the Morning. Humours of Ennistymon. Wandering Minstrel. Boys of Bluehill. Cork Hornpipe. Cronin's Hornpipe. Earl's Chair. Tim Maloney's. Ships are Sailing. Belltable Waltz.
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- The God of Metaphysics.
Trip to Athlone. Langstrom's Pony. Sackow's Jig. Concertina Reel. Come West Along the Road. Brendan Tonra's. Ship in Full Sail. Peg Ryan's.
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When choosing books, take care not to be put off by the title; some of the best sources of tunes are from tuition books. Just because the book cover says 'Learn to Play the Banjo', don't think it's of no use if you play the tin whistle. Books will only help you to learn the notes of a tune. To pick up the rhythm of Irish music you must devote a large amount of time listening to both recordings and live musicians. Of greatest importance, you must practise; the value of these books is directly proportional to the number of hours a day you spend practising. Anything for Jonjo?
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Dan O'Keeffe's no. We hope you'll enjoy listening and learning these tunes from his playing. See our Slow Session page for more information. The regular session is a different beast from the slow session that happens earlier in the evening. We want this to be an excellent Irish session with a very strong focus on the traditional melody instruments playing traditional tunes.
This means that accompaniment from rhythm instruments will be limited so that the melody can shine. See our Regular Session page for more information.