Recordings

Seamus Grant, Clonmany 1934-2005. Fiddler and Founder of the Clonmany Ceili Band

Read and Listen to more by Seamus Grant and the Clonmany Ceili Band by Clicking Here

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Seamus playing a Strathspey. Recorded by Patsy Toland.

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Seamus playing an An Boreen Bui. Recorded by Patsy Toland.

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Seamus and the Clonmany Ceili Band playing Double Jigs. Recorded by Neil Mc Grory .

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Jim Doherty, “The Fiddler”, Legnahoorey, Kilmacrennan. 1939 – 2012

Recordings by Caoimhin Mac Aoidh

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Jim playing The Rambles of Kitty: Double Jig.

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Jim playing Casey’s Pig: Highland.

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Some Tunes from my Hohner Primatona: Built in the 1950’s and at this stage, like myself, a little rusty and unresponsive.

Double Jigs: Kilavill Fancy, Joe Deranne’s and Happy to Meet, Sorry to Part

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Reels: Dublin Reel and The Wind that Shakes the Barley:

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Slip Jigs: Bean Paidin and Seamus Cooley’s

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Hornpipes: Stack of Wheat and Comhra na dTonn

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Reels: Johnny Gone to France, First House in Connaught and Miss Monaghan.

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