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 very old Irish folk piece composed originally by Turlough O'Carolan between 1670-1738. This is a sad and longing piece played by fiddle, with guitar accompaniment. Sombre and slightly mournful, this melancholy piece is beautiful.
A very tasteful and delicate version of the traditional Irish classic, Amazing Grace. There are numerous verses throughout, each with a slightly different arrangement, giving this track a nice, subtle variation throughout.
A beautiful Irish air played by tin whistle and synth pad. "Ned of the Hill" is the English translation of the Irish title "Éamonn an Chnoic". About an Irish aristocrate who led a bandit gang who called for the overthrow of William of Orange.
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.
Upbeat and lively traditional Irish tune. Banjo, fiddle and bodhran join together in a popular Irish hornpipe set. The first tune is called "Harvest Home" which then leads into Boys of Bluehill at 1:40 when the guitar enters.
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.
A beautiful acoustic trio arrangement (violin, guitar and accordion) of the traditional Irish melody.