This warm and uplifting piece conveys a sense of community and peace. The track would work in scenes where people stand together or help one another, such as at a Sunday service or raising a barn.
A jolly, fun and driving Irish hornpipe set. Bodhran, fiddle, mandolin and guitar perform together. This track has two titles because this is traditionally how many Irish pub tunes are performed.
A set of Irish jigs on solo fiddle. Lively and authentic. This track has two titles because this is traditionally how many Irish pub tunes are performed, as a double set of short tunes, the first leading directly into the second.
A fun set of Irish reels performed by banjo, fiddle, box and flute. Bird in the Bush is performed first, followed by Jenny's Chicken's at 1:13 as the flute enters. A very old set of tunes, first recorded in 1934, but most likely hundreds of years old.
A beautiful and emotional version of this traditional Irish classic, performed with Irish flute (tin whistle, penny whistle), violin, warm acoustic guitar, cello and piano. Danny Boy is a traditional Irish folk song, sublime in its wistful beauty, stirrin
Fun, upbeat and lively Irish double jig set. Connaughtman's Rambles opens with banjo, while fiddle joins in at 0:29. The tune leads into My Darling Asleep at 0:58 at which point guitar and bodhran join in. 100% live performance.
A real Irish Party track. Traditional Irish drinking song from many an Irish pub. Upbeat, happy, dancing party mood. Irish whistle, fiddle, dobro, accordion, guitars and a rhythm section consisting of Bodhran, spoons, hand claps and tamborine.
One of the most famous traditional Irish songs ever, this number is much covered drinking song, straight out of Irish pubs and steeped in Irish history. Crowd hand clapping joins about half way in. "Jolly, hell bent and spiteful"
A pastoral piece with a Scottish / Celtic feel, prominently featuring a traditional bowed string instrument, the fidule. Could work well in medieval or fantasy themed productions. Conveys the sense of open spaces or remembrance of times past.
The Chaffpool Post tune leading into the Hills of Tara (at 1:31) - both are popular barn dances from around 19th Century Ireland. Light, happy and upbeat, this set of tunes are heard often in Irish traditional pub sessions. 100% live performance.