A popular Irish traditional hornpipe which leads into a faster reel at 1:23. Gets the crowd up dancing at a traditional music session in a pub. Fiddle, guitar and bodhran come together for a powerful and booming performance. 100% live performance.
Originally written as a hymn by John Newton (1725 - 1807), this is one of the most recognised pieces of music in the world. Usually associated with Scotland, this has been arranged for pipes and guitar. Spiritually uplifting full of respect and admiration
A traditional Irish song, translated as "The Brink of the White Rocks". Performed by tin whistle with guitar accompaniment, this is a mournful and sad tune. y. Beautiful and melancholy, yet has a slight edge of hope.
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.
Traditional old all famouse English ballade was made in a medieval style of music. Acoustic guitars and solo block flute with a bass drum are creating the live atmosphere of medieval castle. Romantic and slightly sad, pensive, calm and lovely.
A sad and reflective traditional Irish air played on the fiddle and accompanied by nylon guitar. Contemplative and thoughtful, this air is beautiful, stirring and sad. From around 18th century Ireland, a genuine Irish air. 100% live performance.
In Dublins Fair City is a traditional Irish pub song also known as -Cockles and Mussels-. Telling the story of Molly Malone, this lively and charming Irish track has been sung in many an Irish pub over the decades, even centuries.