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One of my first melodies. I was covered it in multiple occasions: set of instruments, slow vowel ... etc. Bu
artist: Poitin
Nominated for Celtic Music Radio Award 2009. Storming trad Irish with a belting bodhran and manic live energy.
artist: David Bazo
A song with a mediaval celtic feel, recorded using exclusively guitar and recorder / Una cancion con sonido mu
artist: firesong
Cade's Lullaby set to Irish blessing in 3/4 time...with lyrics by Buddy Sutton... August 10, 2007
A hilarious Irish drinking song about the party that ensues after a guy kicks the bucket.
Mellifluous slip jig we learned from The Bothy Band
Featured in the Dance Simulation Game 'In The Groove'. See
artist: Paula Lynch
My not-so-traditional version of the Irish traditional. You know it - play it! I had way too much fun with t
artist: Darby O'Gill
title: Irish Rover
A fast, wordy traditional piece with ludicrous lyrics.
artist: Gary Fights
title: Irish Dreams
An instrumental piece I recorded both on my new album and on the 2x12 album "We'll Play that Bridge when We Co
artist: mark1000
Gospel song in Ulster Scots dialect !
artist: JavaMusiK
Solo piano arrangement of a favorite hymn.
Traditional Irish - Low G whistle, guitar, and synth pad. Title translates to: For Ireland I'd Not Tell Her Na
artist: Gan Ainm
title: A-Rovin´
A sea shanty, a working song sung by the sailors in order to synchronize their labour. A three part a cappell
artist: ElectroCelt
Vocals: Xochil Squaglia Flute: Hanz Araki
The beautiful traditional Irish ballad, sung here by Mary Gaffney. A dark electronic drone based arrangement o
Guitar instrumental that was inspired by the rugged beauty of Cape Breton Island which is found in eastern Can
An updated sound to a traditional Celtic song
Instrumental. A two part piece of music. It's more a traditional Irish tune more than anything else.
Medieval Irish Ballad about an arranged marraige
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JD Hodges (Justin Dale Music)
New Age
"Knight Skies of Pi"
I wrote this piece about adventure, excitement and magic in a land far away.
D E Farmer
World General
"Breathe in and Believe"
New Age, Contemporary Instrumental, electronic music, Soundscapes and Soundtracks. All music composed by D. E. Farmer
World General
"Tears Of Sadness"
Equinox: The light is again in balance, and shifting toward summer here in the northern hemisphere. Life is returning and starting to flourish. It is a time to renew. It may seem ironic, but I always become a bit depressed, come spring. Winter is my time. I've always been at my best in the cold weather. The wheel turns, however, and the time has come to acknowledge life and light in this hemisphere. In the southern hemisphere, of course, the light is still in balance but swinging toward the darkside, as the two realms mirror each other. Nature keeps Her balance....
London Based Electro-Pop Band Ooberfuse Revive An Iconic Classic: You know a song is great when it keeps being played generation after generation. These songs are known as classics, and they are an iconic piece of art that help shape pop-culture throughout the world. While the concept of redesigning and remixing songs isn’t unheard of, it takes talented musicians to revive an old song and re-establish it’s glory. Ooberfuse, an Electro-Pop band from London is set to do just that with their version of the popular Filipino folk song “Anak” and has a music video to accompany it. You can watch it here:
Bethany & Rufus To Play Third Thursday Coffeehouse Series:

Cello & vocal, roots duo Bethany & Rufus will perform at the 'Third Thursday Coffeehouse' Series at The Blackrock Center for the Arts on Thursday, April 16. Presented by MoFolk Music Productions, Third Thursday Coffeehouse enters its 7th season presenting an exciting mix of folk music!

Thursday, April 16, 7:30 PM
BlackRock Center for the Arts
12901 Town Commons Drive
Germantown, Maryland
Info: 304-267-7963
Tickets: $22 (advance); $27 (door) - Purchase


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