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Track List

 

Tracks 1 - 14 with accompaniment

 

1 Mist-covered mountain/The rakes of Kildare

2 Pigeon on the gate/The Shaskeen reel

3 The trip to Athlone/The rambling pitchfork

4 Julia Delaney/My love is in America

5 My darling asleep/Boys of the town

6 Flogging reel/The whistling postman

7 John Brady’s/Hexham races

8 Pigtown fling/Roly-poly

9 Dr O’Neill/The mug of brown ale

10 Eddie Kelly’s jig/Jerry’s beaver hat

11 Pretty Peg/The baker

12 Fred Finn’s/Music in the glen

13 Cooley’s hornpipe/The home ruler

14 Shoemaker’s daughter/Dinkie’s reel

 

15 DADGAD Example 1 

16 DADGAD Example 1F

17 DADGAD Example 2

18 DADGAD Example 2F

19 DADGAD Example 3

20 DADGAD Example 3F

21 DADGAD Example 4

22 DADGAD Example 4F

23 DADGAD Example 5

24 DADGAD Example 5F

25 DADGAD Example 6

26 DADGAD Example 6F

 

Tracks 27 - 40 without accompaniment

 

27 Mist-covered mountain/The rakes of Kildare

28 Pigeon on the gate/The Shaskeen reel

29 The trip to Athlone/The rambling pitchfork

30 Julia Delaney/My love is in America

31 My darling asleep/Boys of the town

32 Flogging reel/The whistling postman

33 John Brady’s/Hexham races

34 Pigtown fling/Roly-poly

35 Dr O’Neill/The mug of brown ale

36 Eddie Kelly’s jig/Jerry’s beaver hat

37 Pretty Peg/The baker

38 Fred Finn’s/Music in the glen

39 Cooley’s hornpipe/The home ruler

40 Shoemaker’s daughter/Dinkie’s reel

Accompanying Irish Music on Guitar CD - Frank Kilkelly

SKU: AT105C
£12.99Price
  • The recording is presented as an essential companion to the book because of the difficulty in trying to convey all of the elements of any (rhythm) guitar style solely in written form. I felt that the recording would transmit such elements as the exact accenting of some rhythms in a more comprehensible way than any amount of dots, lines and numbers would do. Also, hearing the accompaniment in place with some excellent melody players will give you a clear picture of what it is supposed to sound like. Each track appears both with and without accompaniment so you can have a go yourself when you feel ready. To help you find your way around the CD, the track numbers appear within a CD symbol where appropriate.