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Ireland traditional music
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The most common instruments used in Irish traditional dance music, whose history goes back several hundred years, are the fiddle, tin whistle, flute and Uilleann pipes. Instruments such as button accordion and concertina made their appearances in Irish traditional music late in the 19th century. Music for dancing - Instruments used in - Revivals of traditional Irish. 19 Jul - 4 min - Uploaded by Shooter McNally An uncut clip of some trad music at Brogan's Bar in Ennis, Co Clare, Ireland. Shot with a. 12 Sep - 5 min - Uploaded by corkmarketman The Lee Sessions - live traditional music in pubs around Cork City. Follow the Lee Sessions.
Traditional Irish music. Traditional Irish music is a full body experience: the upbeat tempos compel you to dance a jig, clap your hands and join in. And that's what trad music is all about, joining in and having the craic (fun). Traditional Irish music was once the most popular music in Ireland. New styles of music became more popular during the 20th century. Irish traditional music is all of the following things: a Connemara parent soothing a child with an old lullaby, and an urchin bawling out a ballad for loose change.
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