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A Fig For A Kiss
Set imageA Fig For A Kiss (trad)
Altan Mazurka

Banish Misfortune
Set imageBanish Misfortune (trad)
Rolling Wave (trad)
Bonnie Dundee
Set imageBonnie Dundee (trad Scottish) Bonny Dundee is a very old Scottish folk-tune used for at least fifteen songs, A simpler version of the tune appears in the Skene manuscript around 1630 under the title Adew, Dundee. Bonnie Dundee is the of title of a poem and a song written by Walter Scott in 1825 in honour of John Graham, 7th Laird of Claverhouse, who was created 1st Viscount Dundee in November 1688, then in 1689 led a Jacobite rising in which he died, becoming a Jacobite hero.
Trasna na dTonnta (trad) Across the Waves is a traditional Irish song often taught to primary school children. It is sung to the same tune as "Westering Home". The upbeat song is a narration of a rover who is returning to Ireland following his travels abroad. The song originates from the Gaoth Dobhair area of County Donegal.
Carolan's Concerto
Set imageCarolan's Concerto (Turlough O'Carolan) Turlough O'Carolan (1670 – 1738) was a blind Irish harper, composer and singer considered by many to be Ireland's national composer.
Condon's Frolicks
Set imageCondon's Frolicks (trad)
An Seanduine Doite (trad)
Connaughtman's Rambles (trad)
Dawning of the Day
Set imageDawning of the day/Fainne Geal An Lae (trad) An old Irish air composed by the blind harpist Thomas Connellan in the 17th Century.
WindBroke (Micheal McGoldrick ) Micheal McGoldrick is a well known flute and whistle player from Manchester.
Donegal Lass (Brian Finnegan) This is supposedly Brian Finnegan's first Composition.
East of Glendart
Connaughtman's Rambles
East of Glendart
Coolea Jig
Escapade in A Minor

Fiolas Criollas
Hespèrion XXI is an international early music ensemble. The group was formed in Basel, Switzerland in 1974 as Hespèrion XX by Spanish musical director Jordi Savall (bowed string instruments, particularly the viola da gamba), his wife Montserrat Figueras (soprano), Lorenzo Alpert (flute, percussion), and Hopkinson Smith (plucked string instruments). The group changed its name to Hesperion XXI at the beginning of the 21st century. The name "Hespèrion" is derived from a word in Classical Greek which referred to the people of the Italian and Iberian peninsulas.[1]
Fred's Favourite

Golden Eagle
Set imageThe Flatbush (Andy Statman) A waltz in the Klezmer tradition we learnt from the mandolin playing of Paul Kelly
Golden Eagle (trad)
Hare in the corn
Set imageDan O'Keefe's (trad)
Hare in the Corn (trad) A set of bog standard traditional Slides!
Kings Of Kerry
I'll Tell Me Ma

Jig Jungle
Set imageJig Jingle (Robbie Harris)
John Stenson's (trad) This set is an arrangement of two Irish reels that Jason had the privilege of performing for president Mc Aleese at the Royal Irish Academy of Music in Dublin.
Kelly The Boy From Killane

Last Thing On My Mind

Lonesome Boatman
Set imageThe Lonesome Boatman (Finbar Furey) this air was writted by Finbar when he was only 19.
March of the Kings of Laois
Set imageThe March of the Kings of Laois (trad) Ruairí Óg Ó Mórdha was the King of Laois. He had over 180 members of his family killed by the English at a feast in Kildare in 1577 and became a lifelong enemy of Queen Elizabeth I. His son Ruairí Ó Mórdha was the principle organizer of the 1641 rebellion, and his grandson was James Moore, California's first govenor.
Merry Blacksmith
Set imageMerry Blacksmith
Fermoy Lasses
Glasgow Reel
New Custom House
New Custom House
Flavour of the Month
Norwegian Slip Jig
Set imageDen Store Paipolsen/The Great Pie Pols (Asmund Reistad) Chateau Neuf Spelemannslag is a Norway folk music band that is experimenting with different musical styles. The band was formed in 1994 at the University of Oslo, and consists of some nineteen odd instrumental players and vocalists. We call it a slip jig because it's in 9/8 timing, although its technically in (2+2+2+3)/9 timing unlike an irish slip jig which is in (3+3+3)/9 timing. Difficult to tap your foot to!
Down The Lane (Niall Vallely) A tune from the now disbanded Cork band NOMOS composed by the Armagh concertina player Niall Vallely.
Paddy Fahy's
Paddy Fahy's (trad)
Polkas
Set imageThe Ballyvourney (trad)
The Race Classic (Willie Hunter) Actually a Shetland Reel, composed by Willie Hunter..and, in fact probably called called "Ray's Classic" to commemorate a car rather than the Race Classic!
Ceilidh House Polka No.1 (Willie Coyle) Composed by Accordian player Willie Coyle, Kirkubbin, Co. Down.
RiverDance
RiverDance (Bill Whelan) This was interval act for the 1994 Eurovision Song Contest held in Dublin.
Scotland the brave
Will Ye No Come Back Again
Scotland the Brave
Singing Stream
Set imageSinging Stream (Niall Vallely) Composed by Niall Vallely well known concertina player from Armagh now based in Cork
Tartar Frigate (Matt Seattle) We originally heard this tune from the Cork Band NOMOS but it was made famous by Rodrigo y Gabriela. Click here for a video of us playing this set on the deck of the Julia in Cork Harbour.
Sporting Paddy
Sporting Paddy (trad) Our own arrangement of this popular trad tune. Click here for a video of us playing this set on the balcony of the river lee hotel in the pouring rain!.
Take a message to Julie

The Ashplant

The Congress
The Congress
Brian's Return
John Stenson's
The Fields of Athenry

The Maids of Norway
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The Teabag's Revenge

Violette Caviar
Set imageViolette Caviar (Jason Turk) Named after Creme De Violette, a French Violet based alcohol. Very difficult to obtain in the U.S. until 2007. It's a key Ingredient in the Aviator Cocktail. To make caviar you mix Violette with gelatin and drop it into cold oil. It sets into perfect little spheres as it falls through the oil. A perfect garnish to a martini :-)
Wise Maid
Sally Gardens
Wise Maid
Easy Club

A Quiet Autumn
Set imageA Quiet Autumn (Sarah Allen)
The Glass of Beer (Trad)
As I Roved Out
Set imageAs I Roved Out
Rare Old Mountain Dew
Basil

Brian Boru's
Brian Boru's March is a traditional Irish clan march. Brian Boru was a High King of Ireland who founded the O'Brien dynasty. This tune was recorded by The Chieftains in 1969.
Ceili Sets

Creole Stomp
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Dick Spring Swing
Set imageDick Spring Swing (Martin Murray) This is a tune we learn't from banjo player Martin Murray's album "A Dark Horse", we couldn't resist appropriating his excellent bass riff for this tune as well.
The Mason's Apron (trad) This tune is so popular that many musicians add their own parts. We play a five part version starting with a first part we heard from guitar player and flute player Seamus Egan.
Easy Club Reel
Set imageEasy Club (Jim Sutherland)
Moving Cloud (Neil O'Boyle)
Eternal Wind
Set imageAn tSíor-Ghaoith (Flaithri Neff) Jig by Cork Cork Piper player Flaithri Neff
Sunnyside (Niall Vallely) Jig written by Armagh concertina player Niall Vallely now based in Cork. According to the liner notes "the sunnyside jig was written after a particularly enjoyable week in Sunnyside in New York."
Flower Of Scotland
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Galway Bay
Set imageGalway Bay (trad)
Plane of the Plank (Billy McComiskey)
Hall of the Mountain King
Set imageSonny's Mazurka (trad)
The Hall of the Mountain King (Edvard Grieg) "In the Hall of the Mountain King" (Norwegian: I Dovregubbens hall) is a piece of orchestral music composed by Edvard Grieg for the sixth scene of act 2 in Henrik Ibsen's 1867 play Peer Gynt.
Boys of Malin (trad) The piece is played as the title character Peer Gynt, in a dream-like fantasy, enters "Dovregubben (the troll Mountain King)'s hall". The scene's introduction continues: "There is a great crowd of troll courtiers, gnomes and goblins. Dovregubben sits on his throne, with crown and sceptre, surrounded by his children and relatives. Peer Gynt stands before him. There is a tremendous uproar in the hall."
Haste to the Wedding

Inagh Valley
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Jig of Slurs
Set imageJig of Slurs(George Stewart McLennan) This was originally a march, written for the Duke of Atholl’s regiment, which still is the only private army in Britain. The Boys Of The Lough recorded it a long time ago on their album; The Piper’s Broken Finger.
The Atholl Highlander (trad) Composed by Pipe Major George Stewart McLennan this is a classic Scottish tune which has crossed over into the Irish repertoire. It was composed to highlight the technique Highland pipers call a "slur", which is what uilleann pipers call a "pat", that is, a lower gracenote used to seperate a quarternote into two eighth-notes.
Killiecrankie
Set imageBraes of Killiecrankie (trad Scottish) The Braes o' Killiecrankie is the name of four distinct folk songs, all originally from Scotland. The Battle of Killiecrankie was fought in 1689, as part of the Jacobite rebellion. James Hogg made a collection of songs relating to the battles and campaigns. It was published as Jacobite Reliques in 1819. He lists this song simply as "Killiecrankie". The first three verses and the chorus were written by Robert Burns and set to an older melody. Hogg may have had a hand in writing the additional verses.
Bonnie lass of Fyvie (trad scottish) This is a Scottish folk song about a thwarted romance between a soldier and a girl. Like many folk songs, the authorship is unattributed, there is no strict version of the lyrics, and it is often referred to by its opening line There once was a troop o' Irish dragoons. The song is also known by a variety of other names, the most common of them being "Peggy-O."
Leslie's March
Set imageLeslie's March (trad) This highland march is part of the ballet "Oscar and Malvina" written by Maria de Caro and produced before 1793. It Is believed that "Oscar and Malvina" came from the largely spurious Ossianic literature created by James MacPherson in the late 18th century. Oscar was one of his characters as in our "Tales of Fionn MacCumhail." The opera Oscar and Malvina, or the Hall of Fingal, was a long-running pantomime staged several times in London in the last decade of the 18th century into the early years of the next. It featured for a few years the playing of uilleann piper O’Farrell.
The Ballyvourney (trad)
Willie's Trip to Toronto(Jerry Holland) Also Called Stan Chapman's. Apparently Stan was touring Cape Breton with some young fiddlers and dropped in to see Jerry Holland. Jerry played him a jig and Stan liked it so much he asked if he could have the dots so he could teach it to his students. He toured/played/taught for the next year or so and then met a fiddler who played him the same tune. When Stan identified it by the name he’d been given (Willie’s Trip to Toronto?), the fiddler looked at him funny and told him it was called Stan Chapman’s… that was the first time he found out it had been renamed in his honour!
Out on the Ocean (trad.)
Lord Inchiquinn

Marino Waltz
Set imageMarino Waltz (John Sheahan) Composed by John Sheahan of the Dubliners, first played in on the Late Late Show in the late eighties when the Dubliners were celebrating 25 years. This the tune used in the ‘Bord na Mona’ ads on TV.
Harry Potter theme (John Williams)
Waltz 2 (Shostakovich) Waltz 2 from Shostakovich's Suite for Variety Stage Orchestra. This was used for the opening music to Stanley Kubrick's film "Eyes Wide Shut". For many years the Suite for Variety Orchestra was misidentified as the "lost" Suite for Jazz Orchestra No. 2 (1938), a different work in three movements that was lost during World War II
Micho Russels
Micho Russels
Maid Behind The Bar
Frank's
New Mown Meadow
New Mown Meadow
Castle Kelly
Dogs Among The Bushes
Ookpik
Set image Tradition has it that the Inuit people believed that the Ookpik was an owl who carried the souls of the dead away.
Paddy Rainey's
Paddy Rainey's
Queen of Sheba
Set imageArrival of the Queen of Sheba (G.F. Handel) An arrangement of the famoust tune from Act 3 of Handel's "Solomon". Unfortunately we're not the first traditional Irish band to think of playing this. De Dannan also recorded it on their 1983 album "Song for Ireland".
Roddy Mc Corley
Roddy Mc Corley
Boys of the Old Brigade
Scots Wha Hae
Scots Wha Hae
Merrily Kiss the Quaker
Skye Boat Song
Set imageSkye Boat Song
Marino Waltz
Sundowner
Set imageSundowner (Alvin Davis)
Tennessee Waltz

The Butterfly
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The Contender
Set imageThe Contender
Black Velvet Band
The Gambler
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The Parting of Friends
Sgarúint na gCompánach (trad)
The Turnpike
Set imageThe Turnpike (trad)
Cottage in the Grove (trad)
Waterman's
Set imageWaterman's (Micheal McGoldrick) A tune in 7/8 influenced by eastern European folk music and written by Micheal McGoldrick a well known flute and whistle player from Manchester
Waterman's 8/8 our own 8/8 version where we add an extra note in every bar
Ye Jacobites By Name
Set imageYe Jacobites By Name
The Gravel Walks
Admiral Gordon's
Set imageAdmiral Gordon's (trad) This strathspey, composed c. 1775, is one of the most famous tunes by Scots fiddler William Marshall who wrote it in honor of Margaret Gordon, daughter of Admiral William Gordon.
Farewell to London (Brendan McGlinchey)
Dogs Among The Bushes (trad) This tune was originally a strathspey, it was played both slow and fast (as a reel) by the Cheiftains. It was also played by Planxty.
Ba' Rag
Set imageThe Ba' Rag (Jennifer Wrigley) composed by Orcadian fiddler Jennifer Wrigley, learnt From Liz Doherty's album "Quare Imaginiation"
Cissies (Niall Vallely) This tune is named after the pub at the top of Barrack St. Cork City
Betty Gluaisteán
Set imageBetty Gluaistean (Niall Vallely)
Ciel D'Automne (André Brunet) We learned this tune from the French Canadian band "La Bottine Souriante"
Brian's Return
Humours of Westport
Brian's Return (Jason Turk)
Church Street
Set imageBallydesmond #3
Church Street
Din Tarrants

Creole Sunset
Set imageCreole Sunset (Max Cherry) Composed by Max Cherry from the Carribean steel band called the Cherry Pickers. The Cherry Pickers Steel Band is based in Manchester and is an institution within the UK entertainment industry having already celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2011. The band is founder Trinidadian Max Cherrie's gift to lovers of steel bands that play traditional Caribbean folk music- and indeed to his own family- as it has developed into a family band over the years.
Mountain Road (trad) A traditional single reel.
Down by the Sally Gardens

Eleanor Plunkett
Eleanor Plunkett (O'Carolan)
Vincent Campbell's (trad) Turlough O'Carolan (1670 – 1738) was a blind Irish harper, composer and singer considered by many to be Ireland's national composer.
Farley Bridge

Flying to the Fleadh
Set imageFlying to the Fleadh (Patrick Davey) This slip jig is one of the compositions of uilleann piper Patrick Davey, from Belfast. It was composed in August 1995, on the occasion of the All-Ireland Fleadh Cheoil held in Listowel, Co. Kerry.
Hardiman The Fiddler (trad) ‘Hardiman The Fiddler’ is thought to have been named in honour of James Hardiman, first librarian of Queen’s College in Galway and author of Irish Minstrelsy, Or Bardic Remains, published in 1831.
Glasgow Reel
Set imageBraes Of Castle Grant (Duncan MacDonald) Castle Grant stands a mile north of Grantown-on-Spey and was the former seat of the Clan Grant chiefs of Strathspey in Highlands, Scotland.
Glasgow Reel/Tamlin (Davey Arthur) The composition of this reel is credited to Donegal singer Davey Arthur, former member of the group The Furey Brothers who is now following a solo career. Rumor has it that it was later renamed as “The Howling Wind” by accordion player Paddy O'Brien because he liked the tune, but not the name, which derives from a legendary ballad originating from the Scottish Borders. In fact, O'Brien's version is a somewhat altered development of Arthur's original. Currently the melody has currency with many musicians who play for Irish step-dancing competitions, and is also referred to as “The Glasgow Reel”.
Hand Me Down Me Bible

Highland Cathedral
Set image This is a popular melody for the Great Highland Bagpipe. It was composed by German musicians Ulrich Roever and Michael Korb in 1982 for a Highland games held in Germany. It has been proposed as the Scottish national anthem to replace unofficial anthems Scotland the Brave and/or Flower of Scotland. It has subsequently undergone various orchestrations and had lyrics added in English and in Scottish Gaelic.The song has been performed at numerous Scottish cultural events, including Scotland's Rugby Union games.The tune was the Royal Hong Kong Police Anthem under British rule which ended in 1997.
Inisheer
Set imageInisheer (Thomas Walsh)
Johnny Leary's
Johnny Leary's
Seamus Begley's
Dennis Murphy's These are all traditional Polkas
Kiltegan Jig
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Loch Lomond
Set imageLoch Lomond/Red is the Rose
Madame Boneparte
Madame Boneparte (O'Carolan) This is a Renaissance period Set Dance, recognisable by the fact that the first half is longer than the second half.
The Coridinio (trad) A tune made famous by Sharon Shannon on her album "A Woman's Heart".
Mc Faddens

Miller of Sunday's Well
Set imageMillar of Sunday's Well (Jason Turk) one of our own compositions with a french accordion influence.
Fleur De Mandragore (Michel Bordeleau) French Canadian tune from Quebec, composed by Michel Bordeleau, the few extra notes leading into second half make this tune very different to Irish dance music traditions.
Nomos Jigs
Set imageLisnagun (Brendan Ring) Composed by Piper Brendan Ring probably named after the Ringfort near Clonakilty
Tyrell's Pass (Brendan Ring)
Over the Moor to Maggie
Set imageOver the Moor to Maggie
Flash Away the Pressing Gang Although we often mistakenly announce this tune as "Press Away the Flashing Gang" (which brings an amusing vision to mind!) the title of this tune refers to Impressment. Colloquially, "the press" or the "press gang", refers to the act of taking men into a navy by force and with or without notice. Navies of several nations used forced recruitment by various means. The large size of the British Royal Navy in the Age of Sail meant impressment was most commonly associated with Britain. It was used by the Royal Navy in wartime, beginning in 1664 and during the 18th and early 19th centuries as a means of crewing warships, although legal sanction for the practice goes back to the time of Edward I of England. British impressment ended, in practice but not law after 1814, at the end of the Napoleonic Wars. In 1835 legislation was passed exempting seaman who had been pressed and subsequently served for more than five years from further impressment. The practice had however fallen into abeyance well before that date, although the opportunity was taken to state that the Crown still had the right of impressment if necessary. In 1853 a new system of fixed-term engagements gave the Royal Navy a sufficient number of volunteer recruits to meet its manpower needs until World War I, when conscription was used for all the military services.
Pig's Foot
Set imageShove the Pig's Foot a Little Closer to the fire(trad.Old time)
St Anne's Reel (trad)
Rakes of Mallow

Rosbeg

Shaskeen

Smash the Windows
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Sweets of May

Terry Teehan's
Sliabh Luachra Polka (trad)
Terry Teehan's (trad)
The Cliffs of Moher
Set imageThe Cordal Jig
Boys Of Ballymote
The Cliffs of Moher
The Dark Isle

The Great Escape
Set imageFermoy Lassies(trad)
Connie Connel's
The Great Escape(Elmer Bernstein) The Great Escape is a 1963 American World War II epic film based on an escape by British and Commonwealth prisoners of war from a German POW camp during World War II, starring Steve McQueen, James Garner, and Richard Attenborough.The film is based on Paul Brickhill's 1944 book of the same name, a non-fiction first-hand account of the mass escape from Stalag Luft III in Sagan (now Żagań, Poland), in the province of Lower Silesia, Nazi Germany. The characters are based on real men, and in some cases are composites of several men.
Ceilidh House Polka No.1 (Willie Coyle) Composed by Accordian player Willie Coyle, Kirkubbin, Co. Down.
The Red Abbey Waltz
Set imageThe Red Abbey Waltz (Jason Turk) One of our own composition, named after the Red Abbey Tower in Cork city.
Tullycrine
Composition 3.14 (Jason Turk)
The Humours of Tullycrine (trad)
Will Ye Go Lassie Go

Áine Dhuil
Áine Dhuil (Turlough O'Carolan) Turlough Carolan famous blind Irish Harper who wrote a number of notable compositions in the early 18th century
Allistrum's March

Ballydesmonds
Ballydesmond #1
Ballydesmond #2
Walsh's
Bill Sullivan's
Set imageTripping To The Well
Bill Sullivan's
Connie Connell's
Britches Full Of Stitches
Gurteen Cross
Britches Full Of Stitches
Terry Teehan's
Club Ceili
Set imageClub Ceili
My Darling Asleep
Down the Lane
Cúil Aodha
Set imageCúil Aodha Jig (Ceoltóiri Laigheann) This tune tune started as a single-strain song air. The song was Amhran an Tae or The Song of the Tea. The arrangement by Ceoltoiri Laigheann is the source of the tune now played.
Humours of Tullycrine (trad)
Earl Grey
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Ellin Polkka
Set imageEllin Polkka (trad Finnish) a trad tune from Finland.We know very little about this tune except that Seany likes to play it very fast!
Father Kelly
Father Kelly
Ships Are Sailing
Dinkies
Foggy Dew
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Glen Allen
Glen Allen
St Annes
Reconciliation
Happy Jigs
Short Journey 1 (Eamon McElholm)
Humours of Ennistymon
Set imageTroy's Wedding (Colin Magee) Composed by Canadian piper and drummer Colin Magee.
Humours of Ennistimon (trad) Ennistimon is a country market town in County Clare, near the west coast of Ireland. A popular tourist spot, it has a typical Irish main street, with many traditional pubs. The River Inagh, which has some small rapids known as "the Cascades" runs through the town, behind the main street.
Japanese Hornpipe
Set imageJapanese Hornpipe (trad.) Apparently this tune originally came from a travelling circus which frequented Donegal. As one of the circus acts, a troupe of performers, together with a fiddler, would act a comic skit to the first part of the tune, but when the second part came around they would stop the action and perform a comic dance. This structure was repeated until the conclusion of the skit. The tune was remembered by local Donegal musicians in attendance, and comes down to the present generation of Donegal fiddlers via John Doherty.
The Navigator (trad.) This simple little tune is also known as "The Navvie On The Line"
Josefin's
Josefin's Waltz (Roger Tallroth) We learn't this tune from Alasdair Fraser & Natalie Haas' fiddle and cello album "Fire and Grace."
King Of The Fairies
Set imageEamonn a' Chnoic The song concerns Éamonn Ó Riain (Edmund O'Ryan[1]), an Irish aristocrat who lived in County Tipperary from 1670–1724 and led a bandit or rapparee gang. Although there is no positive proof of O'Ryan's existence, he is mentioned in a pamphlet of 1694, in which he and four other raparee leaders called for the overthrow of William of Orange in favour of the Catholic James II.The background to Ryan's career was the confiscation of Irish Catholic land in the Act of Settlement 1652 after the Cromwellian conquest of Ireland when many dispossessed landowners became outlaws, known as "tories" or "rapparees". Their ranks were swelled after the Williamite War of 1689-91, when many of the defeated Catholic Jacobites turned to banditry. It is likely that Ryan himself served in the Jacobite army.It is said that Ryan became a rapparee or outlaw after shooting a tax collector dead during a quarrel over the confiscation of a poor woman's cow. Various other stories are told in which Ó Riain plays the role of the rebel hero who battles authority in the mode of Robin Hood and countless others.
The King Of The Fairies
Lonebush Set
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Maids Of Ardagh

Merrily Kiss The Quaker
Also known as Merrily Kiss The Quaker's wife!
Music For a Found Harmonium
Set imageGer the Rigger (trad)
Music for a Found Harmonium (Simon Jeffes) The Penguin Cafe Orchestra (PCO) was a collective of performing musicians created by classically trained British guitarist, composer and arranger Simon Jeffes. This is a piece he wrote on a harmonium that he had found dumped in a back street in Kyoto, where he was staying in the summer of 1982 after the ensemble's first tour of Japan. He wrote that after installing the found harmonium "in a friend's house in one of the most beautiful parts at the edge of the city," he "frequently visited this instrument during the next few months, and I remember the time fondly as one during which I was under a form of enchantment with the place and the time."
Northern Lights of Old Aberdeen
Set imageJosefin's
Northern Lights of Old Aberdeen
Pachelbel's Frolics

Pinch of snuff
Pinch Of Snuff
The Reconciliation
Ridee
Set imageRidee (trad)
The Man of the House (trad)
Rose In the Heather
Set imageRose In the Heather
Irish Washerwoman
Rocking the Boat
Shoe The Donkey
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Sos Beag
Take 5 (Paul Desmond) Take 5 (Paul Desmond) From the 1959 Dave Brubeck Quartet album "Time Out".
Sos Beag (Jason Turk) Take Away (Jason Turk) our own attempt at a trad tune inspired by Take 5's unusual 5/4 meter.
Sí Bheag Sí Mhór, Muinera De Casu
Turlough O Carolan
The Arms Dealer's Daughter
Set imageThe Arms Dealer's Daughter (Angus Grant) Written by Angus Grant, fiddler for the Scottish celtic-punk band Shooglenifty. Based in Edinburgh, Scotland, Shooglenifty is a six-piece band that combines traditional Scottish instrumental folk with a wide assortment of modern styles, including blues, rock, ambient, trance, electronica, and others. They take a leading role in the recent Celtic Fusion movement.
The Clumsy Lover
Lad O'Beirn's (trad)
The Clumsy Lover (Neil Dickie)
The Dull Chisel
Set image(Garry Harrison) Harrison was widely known as a leading authority on the music of his native region. Individually and with friends and bandmates, he made many field recordings in the 1970s and ‘80s of traditional musicians, especially fiddlers in the Downstate region of Illinois.
The Killavil Postman
Set imageThe Killavil Postman (Fred Finn) The area of Killavil deserves notice in its own right, but is mostly remembered and referred to in association with a fiddler born there, Michael Coleman (1891-1945), whose talents were born there and then exported to America in 1914, and then imported back in the form of 78 rpm recordings and airtime on the wireless (radio).
Dinkies (trad)
The Sally Gardens
Set imageSally Gardens (trad)
Gravel Walks (trad)
Boys Of Malin (trad)
Venus In Tweeds
Set imageVenus In Tweeds (Angus R Grant) Based in Edinburgh, Scotland, Shooglenifty is a six-piece band that combines traditional Scottish instrumental folk with a wide assortment of modern styles, including blues, rock, ambient, trance, electronica, and others. They take a leading role in the recent Celtic Fusion movement.
Willie's Brogues
Set imageWillie's Brogues (trad)
The High Drive (Gordon Duncan)
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