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First 50 Irish Songs: Tin Whistle

You Should Play on the Tinwhistle

PUBLISHER: Hal Leonard
PRODUCT FORMAT: Instrumental Collection
If you've been playing the Irish tinwhistle for a little while, you are probably eager to learn some Celtic songs. Complied by L.E. McCullough, a world-renowned authority on the tinwhistle and traditional Irish music, this book includes short historical notes so players can feel connected to the
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Publisher Hal Leonard
Instrumentation Tin Whistle
Product Format Instrumental Collection
Description Product Type Book [Softcover]
Genre Folk Music
Year of Publication 2021
Style Irish
ISBN 9781705138274
UPC 840126964400
No. HL00366636
Number of pages 32
Series FIRST 50
Description
If you've been playing the Irish tinwhistle for a little while, you are probably eager to learn some Celtic songs. Complied by L.E. McCullough, a world-renowned authority on the tinwhistle and traditional Irish music, this book includes short historical notes so players can feel connected to the long history behind many of these songs. Titles include: The Banks of Lough Gowna · Boys of Blue Hill · Danny Boy · The Donegal Reel · Finnegan's Wake · The Foggy Dew · Joy of My Life · Lark in the Morning · Minstrel Boy · Morrison's Jig · The Parting Glass · The Rocky Road to Dublin · The Sally Gardens · Sligo Maid · Tabhair Dom Do Lamh · Wexford Carol · and more.
Song List
  • 2. Danny boy
  • 3. Joy Of My Life
  • 4. Wexford Carol
  • 5. Black Velvet Band
  • 6. The Parting Glass
  • 7. The Rocky Road to Dublin
  • 8. Slievenamon
  • 9. Spancil Hill
  • 10. Lord Mayo (Tiarna Mhaigheo)
  • 11. The Foggy Dew
  • 12. Minstrel boy
  • 13. Merrily Kissed the Quaker
  • 14. Finnegan's Wake
  • 15. Roddy McCorley
  • 16. The Sally Gardens
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