JOHNSON'S UILLEANN PIPE DISCOGRAPHY & TUNE INDEX

The Recordings
The Tune Index

A discography and index of mainly Irish traditional tunes played on the uilleann pipes and their whereabouts on wax cylinders, 78's, LP's, MC's, and CD's.

The main idea of the index is to provide a simple means of locating a recording of a traditional Irish tune played on the uilleann pipes. Some tunes written in the traditional idiom have also been included

The titles in the index section are given in alphabetical order. Irish and English prefixes such as A, An, and The etc. are omitted from titles in the index and from the main album titles, but are included in the descriptions of the contents of each work.

For example: To find out which LP, MC or CD, the air An Buachaill caol dubh is on see Buachaill caol dubh in the index. To find the reel The bucks of Oranmore see Bucks of Oranmore.

After each title, the piper's inverted name and/or the album title is given in brackets: Buachaill caol dubh (Drones and the chanters) or (Rowsome, Leo: King of the pipers)

Where possible, I have tried to only index the tunes which feature the uilleann pipes. If I know for certain that the pipes are not heard on a tune then I have not indexed the tune.

For example on the album Drops of brandy with Seán McAloon and John Rea, a number of the tunes feature only the dulcimer or violin, so I have not indexed those.

Some recordings, such as Pipers rock or Drones and the chanters, have a number of pipers who each play a few tunes. In such cases only the album title is refered to in the index.

Some thoughts: I have tried to select recordings of traditional music where the uilleann pipes are the featured instrument.

Also I have tried to list solo recordings where the pipers are playing traditional Irish tunes. Some "new" tunes, may have unwittingly been included in the index. The tune police will inevitably come knocking I suppose

The spelling and phrasing of the titles are taken directly from the recordings, resulting in titles such as First house in Connaught and First house of Connaught. Probably the same tune. As I lack the time to fathom out which title is traditionally correct. I've given both.

Also, anyone interested in Irish traditional music should be aware that a tune can have several different names, and that a name can be coupled to several different tunes.

I have deemed it meaningless to index Gan anim (without name) t.ex. Ríl gan anim

I've just indexed material I've had access to. As soon as I get hold of more material it will be included

Special thanks to Liam and Paula at Na Píobairí Uilleann for back issues, John Cook at Tara Records, Márie Harris at Gael Linn Records, Finbar Boyle at Claddagh and pipers David Bondy, John Walsh, Richard Cook, Ted Moriaty, Lawrence Marmora, Ulf Schönberg, Peter Laban, Tom Wilsbach and others for kindly helping out with track listings.

©Thomas Johnson: music librarian, uilleann piper
Lund, Sweden

1st ed. : May 1994
2nd ed.: April 1998
Last updated: February 20th, 2017



THE RECORDINGS

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Ancient Celtic roots / Felix Doran (uilleann pipes) ; Jeannie Robertson ; John Reilly ; Willie Clancy (whistle) ; Exiles ; Seán MacDonnchada ; Kentigern ; Gaugers ; Sarah Makem ; John Doherty ; Paddy Tunneey ; James Morrison ; Joe Heaney ; Belle Stewart ; Clutha ; Seámus Ennis (uilleann pipes)
London : Topic: TSCD 704, p 1996 - 1 CD : mono

Contents: Felix Doran: Mary of Murroe. The Green gates. Willie Clancy: The Templehouse. Over the moor to Maggie (whistle). Seámus Ennis: Happy to meet and sorry to part. Including songs and tune on other instruments by the other musicians named above

Andrews, William
Blacksmith's reel / William N. Andrews (uilleann pipes, 15 1/2 inch Coyne set)
London : Edison: 14161, (190-?) - 1 wax cylinder: mono

Contents: The Blacksmith's reel.

Andrews, William
Coulin / William N. Andrews (uilleann pipes, 15 1/2 inch Coyne set)
London : Edison: 14116, (190-?) - 1 wax cylinder: mono

Contents: The Coulin.

Andrews, William
Dear Irish boy / William N. Andrews (uilleann pipes, 15 1/2 inch Coyne set)
London : Edison: 14125, (190-?) - 1 wax cylinder: mono

Contents: The Dear Irish boy.

Andrews, William
Erin-go-bragh ... / William N. Andrews (uilleann pipes)
Germany: Beka: 41270-71, (192-?) - 10 in. 78 rpm: mono

Contents: Erin-go-bragh, selection of Irish melodies ... no.2. Erin-go-bragh, selection of Irish melodies ... no. 3.

Andrews, William
Maid behind the bar / William N. Andrews (uilleann pipes)
London : Parlophone: E 3575, 192-? - 10 in. 78 rpm: mono

Contents: Reel: The Maid behind the bar. Reels: Jenny's wedding, Jennie tie the bonnet.

Andrews, William
Rakes of Kildare ... / William N. Andrews (uilleann pipes, 15 1/2 inch Coyne set)
London : His Master's Voice (plum label): B 1636, 1924 - 10 in. 78 rpm: mono

Contents: The Rakes of Kildare, The Blacksmith (played on Irish Union pipes). Lanigan's ball. Wexford hornpipe (played on Irish war pipes).

Andrews, William
Rocky road to Dublin / William N. Andrews (uilleann pipes, 15 1/2 inch Coyne set)
London : Edison: 14106, (190-?) - 1 wax cylinder: mono

Contents: The Rocky road to Dublin.

Andrews, William
Wearing of the green / William N. Andrews (uilleann pipes, 15 1/2 inch Coyne set)
London : Edison: 14105, (190-?) - 1 wax cylinder: mono

Contents: The Wearing of the green.

Andrews, William
Will you come home with me? / William N. Andrews (uilleann pipes, 15 1/2 inch Coyne set)
London : Edison: 14164, (190-?) - 1 wax cylinder: mono

Contents: Will you come home with me?.

Andrews, William
William Andrews, Liam Walsh / Liam Walsh, uilleann pipes ; William Andrews, uilleann pipes (15 1/2 inch Coyne set)
London : Topic: 12T262, p 1976 - 1 LP : mono
Cork : Ossian: OSS 68, (1993) - 1 MC : mono
(Classics of Irish piping : vol. 2)
Recorded 1924-1928

Contents: Liam Walsh: The Portlaw reel (aka: The Chicago reel). The Faithful brown cow (air). Billy Taylor's fancy (hornpipe). The Garden of daisies (set dance). The Banks of the Suir (air & reel). The Mountain lark, Dan McCarthy's fancy (reels). The Cliffs of Moher, Saddle the pony (double jigs). William Andrews: Yellow John, Kitty's rambles. (double jigs). Speed the plough, Johnny Gorman (aka: The Beauty spot ) (reels). Ask my Father, The Mountain lark. (single jigs). May Day (aka: The Mullingar races & Walsh's hornpipe), The Cuckoo's nest (aka: Jacky tar & Come ashore, jolly tar, and your trousers on) (hornpipes). Smash the windows , Rocky road to Dublin (single jig, slip jig). Bonny Kate, The First house of Connaught (reels). Munster buttermilk (double jig)

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Bagpipes of Britain & Ireland : Irish uilleann pipes, Northumbrian.small-pipes, Scottish Highland pipes / Jack Armstrong, Northumbrian small-pipes Alex Stewart, William Ross, Highland pipes McPeake Family Trio, Felix Doran, Séamus Ennis, Willie Clancy
(London?) : Saydisc: CDSDL 416, (1996) - 1 CD : stereo

Contents: McPeake Family Trio: Maidrin rua (The Little red fox). The Blackthorn stick, Saddle the pony. Juanita. Mrs McLeod's reel. Felix Doran: Lark in the Morning. Pigeon on the gate, Miss Monaghan's. Séamus Ennis: The Brown thorn. The Boyne hunt. Willie Clancy: The Dear Irish Boy. Rowsome's slip jig

Barry, Leonard
Mind the pipes / Leonard Barry, uilleann pipes ; Shane McGowan, guitar
: L. Barry: LB 001, p 2002 - 1 CD : stereo

Contents: Keep me tender, The Hag's grave, Liz Carroll's. The Flowing tide, Jerry Daly's hornpipe. The Killmovee jig, Paddy Cronin's, Peter Byrnes. The Ace and deuce of piping. The Braes of Maas, Danny Meehan's. Colonel Frazer's. The Early rose, Julie Delany's. James Byrnes, Gan anim, The Mountain lark. Caoine Ui Dhomhnaill. The Lady's cup of tea, McKenna's, Pigeon on the gate. The Boys of Knock, Byrne's, The Holly bush

Bars, Ronan Le
Bimis ag ol / Ronan Le Bars, uilleann pipes, low whistle ; Nicolas Quemener, guitare, voix ; Didier Squiban, piano
Bretagne : L'Oz Prod.: 13, 2003 - 1 CD : stereo

Contents: Reels: The Leitrim lilter, The Twelve pins, Jim Donoghue's. Jigs: Policeman's holiday, The Big John jig. Song: Gloomy winter noo awa. Slides: Kerry slides. Reels: Crowley's, McFarley's, The Leitrim thrush. Hornpipes: Thomond Bridge hornpipe, The star of the east. Air: Dark Island. Reels: Tim Moloney, Doherty's, The Phoenix reel. Jigs: Bimis al ol, Eddy Kelly's, The Geese in the bog. Slow air: Hornpipes: Liverpool hornpipe, The friendly visit. Song: Jackies tune. Reels: The Red crow, In memory of Coleman

Beirne, Martin
Grand Spy / Martin Beirne, (uilleann pipes) (set made by Pat Hennelly in 1937)
New York : Columbia: 33558-F, (193-?) - 1 10 in. 78 rpm : mono

Contents: Reel: The Grand Spy (The Graf Spee). Martin Bierne and his Irish blackbirds Orchestra on the reverse side

Beirne, Martin
Lark in the morning / Martin Beirne, (uilleann pipes) (set made by Pat Hennelly in 1937)
(New York?) : OKeh: 84185C, (193-?) - 1 78 rpm single?: mono

Contents: Jigs: The Lark in the morning, Paudeen O'Rafferty. Air: Bonnie Mary of Argyle

Boston College Irish studies program celebrates Gaelic roots
(Boston, Mass.?) : Kells: KM 9514, p 1997 - 2 CD : stereo

Contents?: 27 tracks whereof 2 tracks Paddy Keenan, 1 track Jerry O'Sullivan, 1 track Robbie Hannan

Bradfield, David
From Clare to here / David Bradfield, (uilleann pipes, whistle)
Dublin : Na Píobairí Uilleann:, (1994) - 1 MC : stereo

Contents: ? 12 tracks

Bradfield, David
Celtic pulse / David Bradfield, uilleann pipes
(Dublin?), 199-? - 1 MC? : stereo

Contents: Reels: Golden keyboards, Cup of tea. Air & reel: Limerick lament, The Copperplate. Air & jig: Visit to Queen Maeve (whistle). Jigs: Eileen Kelly's delight, Dinney Delaney's, Yellow wattle. Hornpipes: Dunphy's, Chief O'Neill's, Rights of man. Jigs, bohran solo, reels: Banish misfortune, Roaring Mary, Upstairs in a tent (whistle). Air & set dance: Amhran na leabhair, King of the fairies (whistle). Reels: Rolling in the rye grass, Bucks of Oranmore, Castle. Jigs: Monaghan jig, Legacy jig, Kesh jig. Reels: Hunter's purse, Earl's chair, The Green fields of Rossbay

Britton, Tim Irish music from the east coast of America / Tim Britton, uilleann pipes Cambridge, Mass. : Rounder: 6005, 197-? I LP : stereo Contents:

Broderick, Pat
Good Friday sessions : live from Cregg Castle / Pat Broderick, (uilleann pipes) & Ann Marie Murray
Dublin : Claddagh Independent: GFSCD 01, 200?, 1 CD : stereo

Contents: ?

Browne, Peter
Gathering / Paul Brady, Andy Irvine, Donal Lunny, Matt Molloy with Tommy Potts, (fiddle) and Peter Browne, (uilleann pipes)
(Dublin?) : Greenhays: GR 90705, (April 1992) - 1 MC : stereo

Contents: Includes two tracks by Peter Browne: Hardiman the fiddler. Banish misfortune

Browne, Peter
Seacht nóiméad déag chun a seacht : Seventeen minutes to seven / Philip King, songs ; Peter Browne, uilleann pipes
Dublin : Gael Linn: CEFCD 097, 2001, (recorded in the early 1980's)
Contents: Dark is the colour. Amhrán na Leabhar ...?

Browne, Ronan
Celtic moods : 19 beautiful melodies featuring the haunting pipes of Ireland/ Ronan Browne, (uilleann pipes)
Crimson Records: CRIMCD 72, 1998 - 1 CD : stereo

Contents: Braveheart theme. The Curragh of Kildare. The Coolin, The Green fields of America and many more?

Browne, Ronan
South west wind : traditional music from County Clare / Ronan Browne, (uilleann pipes) & Peter O'Loughlin, (violin)
Dublin : Claddagh:, p 1988 - 1 LP : stereo
Dublin : Claddagh: 4 CC 47, p 1988 - 1 MC : stereo
Dublin : Claddagh: CC 47 CD, p 1988 - 1 CD : stereo

Contents: Jenny picking cockles, The Colliers' reel (reels). The Frieze britches (jig). The Shaskeen, The Five mile chase (reels). The Banks of Lough Gowna, Willie Clancy's Páidín Ó Raifeartaigh, Páidín Ó Raifeartaigh (jigs). The Connaught heifers, Corney is coming (reels). The Bold trainer o (air). The Dublin reel The Steampacket, Hand me down the tackle (reels). An Gaoth aniar aneas =The South west wind, Petticoat loose (jigs). The Spike Island lassies, Farewell to Connaught (reels). The Drunken gauger (jig). The Queen of the rushes, The Chorus jig (jigs). Byrne's, Alfie's rambles (hornpipes). Bridie's joy, The Spinner's delight (reels). The Thrush in the morning, The Crooked road (reels)

Browne, Ronan
Touch me if you dare / Ronan Browne, ("B" uilleann pipes, B-flat flute) & Peter O'Loughlin, (violin, flute) ; Maeve Donnelly, violin, Gerladine Cotter, piano
Dublin : Claddagh: CCF 35 CD, p 2002 - 1 CD : stereo

Contents: Reels: The Mountain lark, The Morning star. Jigs: The Blooming meadows, The Collier's jig Fling/Jig: An Buachaill dreoite. Reels: The West wind, The Flogging reel. Slip jigs: Táim in arrears, Hardiman the fiddler. Reels: The Curragh races, The Swallow's tail. Jigs: Down the back lane, Fraher's. Reels: The Mills are grinding, The Knocknagow reel, The Doonagore reel. Hornpipes: Cronin's hornpipe, The Leitrim Fancy. jigs: The Wandering minstrel, Árd an bhothair, Bímís ag ól. Jigs: The Trip to Athlone, Banish misfortune. Reels: The Flax in bloom, The Dairy maid. Jig: The Gold ring. Reels: The Humours of Castlefinn, Kitty gone a' milking. Reels: Touch me if you dare, Lord Gordon's reel, Sword in hand. Jigs: Jackson's morning brush, The Pipe on the hob. Slip jigs: Give us a drink of water, The humours of Derrykissane. Set dance: Seán Ó Duibhir an ghleanna. Jigs: The lark in the morning, When the cock crows it is day. Reels: Seán Reid's favourite, The Bank of Ireland, Miss Thornton's reel. Jigs: I buried my wife and danced on top of her, Tiocfaidh t´ abhaile liom. Reels: The Boy in the gap, Kiss the maid behind the barrel. Reels: The Old bush, Rakish Paddy, My love is in America

Browne, Ronan
Wynd you know / Ronan Browne, (uilleann pipes)
Dublin : Claddagh: CC 64 CD, p 2001 - 1 CD : stereo
Contents: Eilionóir a rúin. The Bright lady. Paddy's rambles through the park. An Raibh tú ag an gCarraig. Caoineadh uí Néill. The Green fields of America. If I were a blackbird. The Lament for the wild geese ... Byrne, James
Tiltle unknown / James Byrne, (uilleann pipes)
Mooncoin :, - (1904) : 1 Ediphone cylinder recording.
Recorded by Father Henebry & Father Fielding
Ref.: An píobaire: vol. 2, no. 24, Feabhra 1985, p. 8


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Carberry, Peter
Pipes are calling / Peter Carberry, uilleann pipes ; Noel Carberry
Dublin : , p 2002 : 1 CD : stereo

Contents:

Carberry, Peter
Traditional music of Ireland : vol 2 / Sean Ryan, violin ; Peter Carberry, uilleann pipes
Brooklyn, N.Y. : Avoca Record Co., (196-?) : 1 LP : stereo
recorded in Ireland

Contents: First house in Connaught, Sligo maid (reels). Frieze breeches, Lark in the morning (jigs). Wexford, Dunphy's (hornpipes). The Girl that broke my heart (reels). The Blackbird, Madam Bonaparte (set dance). Killimor, Blooming meadows (jigs). Steam packet, Copperplate (reels). Corner house, Rakish Paddy (reels). Humours of Bandon, TheThree sea captains (set dance). Battering ram, Cook in the kitchen (jigs). Cuckoo's nest, Séan Ryan's (hornpipes). St. Patrick's Day (set dance). Hunter's purse, Maids of Mount Kisco (reels). Tatter Jack Walsh, Rambling pitchfork (jigs)

Carney, Michael
Peeler's jacket ... / Michael Carney, uilleann pipes (D-set by Taylor bros.) ; James Morrison, (fiddle)
New York : Columbia USA: 33350-F, February 1929 : 1 78 rpm single : mono
Ref.: An píobaire: vol.3, no. 8, September 1991, p. 14: The geese in the bog by Seán Donnelly

Contents: The Peeler's jacket, The Duke of Leinster (reels). Pol ha' penny Hornpipe, Fisher's hornpipe

Carney, Michael
Geese in the bog ... / Michael Carney, (uilleann pipes, D-set by Taylor bros.)
New York : Columbia USA: 33336-F, February 1929 : 1 10 in. 78 rpm : mono
Ref.: An píobaire: vol.3, no. 8, September 1991, p. 14: The geese in the bog by Seán Donnelly

Contents: Jig: The Geese on (in) the bog (jig). Reel: The Jolly tinker

Carney, Michael
Pol ha'penny ... / Michael Carney, (uilleann pipes D-set by Taylor Bros.) ; James Morrison, (fiddle)
New York : Columbia: 33350-F, (192-?) - 1 10 in. 78 rpm : mono

Contents: Hornpipes: Pol ha' penny, Fisher's hornpipe. Reels: The Peeler's jacket, The Duke of Leinster.

Carney, Michael
James Morrison: the professor / James Morrison, (fiddle) ; (Michael Carney, uilleann pipes D-set by Taylor bros.)
(London?): Viva Voce: 001, 1989 - 1 MC : mono

Contents: Includes - The Peeler's jacket, The Duke of Leinster (reels). Pol ha' penny Hornpipe, Fisher's hornpipe

Carney, Michael
Village grove / Michael Carney, (uilleann pipes D-set by Taylor bros.)
(New York?) - 1 Ediphone cylinder recording : mono

Contents: The Village grove

Clancy, Willie
Breeze from Erin : Irish folk music on wind instruments / Willie Clancy, uilleann pipes, tin whistle
London : Topic: 12T184, (1970?) - 1 LP : mono
Cork : Ossian: OSS 26, (199-?) - 1 MC : mono

Contents: Contents: The Choice wife (Clancy) (slip jig). Banish misfortune (jig). The Bag of potatoes, Sligo maid (reels). Róisín dubh (air). Dublin reel, The Steampacket (reels). Boil the breakfast early (reel). Bean dubh an ghleanna (air) The Ewe (reel). The Morning dew (Clancy), The Woman of the house (Clancy) (reels). The Queen of the rushes (jig). Paddy Ryan's dream, Mamma's pet. (reels). An Raibh tú ar an gCarraig (air).The First house in Connacht, Miss McLeod (reels). Bonny Kate, Jenny's chickens (reels). Táimse mo chodladh (Clancy) (air)

Clancy, Willie
Clare session with Willie Clancy & friends : (Peadar O'Loughlin, Jimmie Ward, Martin Talty?) (field recordings by Patrick Sky)
Ashville, NC : Skylark Prod., 1985 - 1 MC : mono

Contents: Reels: Jenny picking cockles. Jenny's wedding. The Crooked road to Dublin. The Bunch of green rushes. The Steampacket, Rakish Paddy. The Skylark, Roaring Mary. The Morning dew, Fiddler Leahy's (Cooley's), The Ships are sailing. Jigs: The Queen of the fair. Paddy Fahey's. Reels: The Reel of Mullinavat, Tomeen O'Dea's. Jigs: The Friars britches. The pipe on the hob. Reels: The High reel. The Boy in the gap. Paddy Taylor's. The Green groves of Erin. Miss Galvin's. The Wild Irishman (Clare version). Toss the feathers. Jig: Kitty's rambles

Clancy, Willie
From Erin's green shore : songs, pipe & fiddle tunes in the Irish tradition / the McPeake Family, Dominic Behan, Arthur Kearney, Margaret Barry, Michael Gorman, Paddy Tunney, Joe Heaney, Willie Clancy
London : Topic: TPS 168, p 1967 - 1 LP : mono

Contents: The Zoological gardens. Cunnla. Our ship is ready. The Boys of Blue Hill. The Rollocking boys around Tandaragee. Will ye go, lassie, go. An Durd fainne. The Castle of Drumboe. The Chanter's song (Clancy). The Song of the dawn. My lagan love. Maguire's favourite. Tralee Gaol. Maggie in the wood

Clancy, Willie
Gold ring: uilleann piping from Co. Clare /Willie Clancy, uilleann pipes
Dublin: RTE, 2009 - 2 CD : mono, stereo

Contents: The Ravelled hank of yarn. Air: The Bold trainer O. Reels: The Connaught heifers, Corney is coming. Jig: The Frieze britches. Reels: The Steampacket, Rakish Paddy. Air: The Trip over the mountain. Hornpipes: The Faithful friend, The Plains of Boyle. Single Jig and Slip Jig: Fraher's, An Phis fhliuch. Air: Dark Lochnagar. Reels: Jenny picking cockles, My love is in America. Fling: Kitty got a clinking coming from the fair. Slip Jigs: Give Us a Drink of water, Hardiman the fiddler, Will you come down to Limerick?. Double jig: The Rolling wave. Jig: An Ghaoth aniar aneas. Mazurka: Garret Barry's. Reel: The Old bush. Air: The Rocks of Bawn. Reels: The West wind, Seán Reid's fancy. Jig: Páidín Ó Raifeartaigh. Air: Ar Éirinn Ní Neosfainn cé hÍ. Hornpipe: Harvest home. Air: Casadh an tSúgáin. Single Jig: Title unknown. No. 70 in DMWC. Air: The Little red lark. Jig: I buried my wife and danced on top of her. Reel: The Milliner's daughter. Fling: The Fowler on the moor. Jig: A chailleach, do mharais mé. Set dance: Seán Ó Duibhir a'ghleanna. Fling: Caisleán dhún guaire. Set Dance: Mount Phoebus hunt. Air: Sliabh na mBan. Air: Róisín dubh. Jigs: Garret Barry's, Old Tipperary, The Lark in the corn. Reels: Garret Barry's, Kitty gone a-milking. Hornpipe: The Groves. Jig: The Gold ring. Reel: The Colliers. Air and hornpipe: Annie dear, The High level. hornpipe: The Plains of Boyle. Air: An Buachaill caol dubh. Jig: Tatter Jack Walsh. Reel: Rakish Paddy. Jigs: Coppers and brass, The Humours of Ennistymon. Reel: Jenny's Welcome to Charlie. Air: 'Sé Fáth mo Bhuartha. Air: The Dear Irish Boy. Air: My Lagan Love. Air: An Ch´uilfhionn. Reel: The Bucks of Oranmore. Reel: The Bunch of keys. Reels: The Green gates, The Satin slipper, The London lasses. Jig: Nóra Chríonna. Reel: Patsy Touhey's. Jigs: The Gander in the pratie hole, Bímís ag ól. Air: The Bonny bunch of roses. Air and reel: Purty Molly Brallaghan, The Green fields of America. Air: The Bright lady. Hornpipe: Chief O'Neill's. Jig: The Yellow wattle. Fling: Easter Snow. Jig: The Humours of Ballyloughlin. Jig: Banish misfortune. Air: An paístín fionn

Clancy, Willie
Irish pipe & fiddle tunes / Willie Clancy (uilleann pipes) ...
London: Topic: TOP 89, (195-?) - 1 LP - mono

Contents: Includes: Hardiman the fiddler (slip jig). The Chanter's song (march)

Clancy, Willie
Jigs, reels and hornpipes / Michael Gorman, violin ; Willie Clancy, uilleann pipes
New York : Folkways: FP 8182, (1956) - 1 LP : mono

Contents: Slip-jig: Promenade, Side-step (fiddle solo). Slip-jig: Humours of Derrachrisoyne (uilleann pipes solo). Two single jigs: Ask my father, Carry me down to Carlow (uilleann pipes solo). Double jig: Mug of brown ale (fiddle & pipes). Sligo-reel, The Mountain road (fiddle & pipes). County Cork reel, Fermony lasses (fiddle & pipes). The Flogging reel (uilleann pipes). Two reels: Humors of Lissadel, Doctor Gilbert (fiddle solos). Hornpipe (uilleann pipes). Hornpipe: Chief O'Neill's favourite (fiddle & pipes). Irish "set" dance: Rodney's glory (fiddle & pipes). Irish traditional air: Little red lark (uilleann pipes)

Clancy, Willie
Ma luirg / Willie Clancy, uilleann pipes
Dublin : Gael-Linn: CE 18, p 195-?-, 10 in. 78 rpm : mono

Contents: Hornpipes: Ma luirg (The Plains of Boyle), Rogha Ui Ghallchobhair (Gallagher's fancy). Seosamh O hEanai (singer) on the reverse side

Clancy, Willie
Minstrel from Clare / Willie Clancy, uilleann pipes, tin whistle, vocals
London : Topic: 12T175, p 1967 - 1 LP : mono
Cork : Ossian: OSS 23, p 1989 - 1 MC : mono
Cork : Ossian: OSSCD 23, (1994) - 1 CD : mono
New Cannan : Green Linnet: GL 3091 C, 1994 - 1 MC : mono
New Cannan : Green Linnet: GL 3091 CD, 1994 - 1 CD : mono
Recorded 1967

Contents: Langstern pony (aka: Lastrum pone, Lanstrum pony, & Saddle the pony). The Templehouse (aka: The Evergreen lasses, The Pretty girls of Bulgaden, The Tipsy house & The Rising of the lark), Over the Moor to Maggie (aka: Kitty's wedding, The Green meadow, Peggy's wedding, The Humours of Fairymount, The Rakes of Killevan & The Smokey house). Bruachna carraige báine (aka: The Brink of the white rock). Erin's lovely lea. The Killavel fancy (aka: Eilís ní bhrógáin). The Dogs among the bushes (aka: The Piper's lass). The Family ointment. The Dear Irish boy. Caoineadh an spailpín (aka: The Spalpeen's lament & The Cuckoo's nest). The Pipe on the hob (aka: Píobaire na gríosaí). The Gander. The Legacy. The Flogging reel (aka: The Flaggon). The Song of the riddles. Spailpín a rúin

Clancy, Willie
Na Connerys / Willie Clancy, uilleann pipes
Dublin : Gael-Linn: CE 12, p 195-?-, 10 in. 78 rpm : mono

Contents: Na Connerys. Diarmuid O Flaithearaigh (singer) on the reverse side

Clancy, Willie
Pipering of Willie Clancy : vol. 1 / Willie Clancy, uilleann pipes
Dublin : Claddagh: CC 32, p 1988 - 1 LP : stereo
Dublin : Claddagh: 4CC 32, p 1988 - 1 MC : stereo
Dublin : Claddagh: CCCD 32, (1994) - 1 CD: stereo

Contents: West wind. Seán Reid's fancy. Rocks of Bawn. Old bush. Will you come down to Limerick. Bold trainer o. Rolling wave. An ghaoth aniar aneas. Garrett Barry's mazurka. Jenny picking cockles. My love is in America. Bright lady. Lady's pantalettes. Ravelled hank of yarn. Purty Molly Brannigan. Green fields of America. Kitty got a clinking coming from the fair. Bonny bunch of roses. Down the back lane. Paidin O Raifeartaigh. Clancy's jig. Jenny tie the bonnet. Corney is coming

Clancy, Willie
Pipering of Willie Clancy : vol. 2./ Willie Clancy, uilleann pipes
Dublin : Claddagh: CC 39, p 1983 - 1 LP : stereo
Dublin : Claddagh: 4CC 39, p 1988 - 1 MC : stereo
Dublin : Claddagh: CCCD 39, (1994) - 1 CD : stereo Recorded 1958-1973 for Radio Telfís éireann

Contents: Seán Ó Duibhir a' ghleanna (set dance). Caisleán Dhún Guaire. (fling). McKenna's : Colonel Rodger's favourite, The Happy days of yore. (reels). Casadh an tsúgáin (air). Harvest home. (hornpipe). I buried my wife and danced on top of her (jig). Chailligh, do mhairis mé (jig). The Fowler on the moor (single jig). Bímis ag ól's ag pógadh na mban. (double jig). The Milliner's daughter (reel). The Trip o'er the mountain (piece). The Connaught heifers (reel). The Steampacket (reel). Willie Clancy talks about Garret Barry. The Gold ring (jig). Kitty gone a milking (reel). Banish misfortune or The Shady groves of Peamount (jig). An Buachaill caol dubh (The Dark and slender boy (air). An Phis fhliuch (The Choice wife (slip jig). Rakish Paddy (reel). Fraher's jig (jig). Garret Barry's (jig). Dark is the colour of my true love's hair (air). Chief O'Neill's favourite (hornpipe). Jenny's welcome to Charlie (reel)

Clancy, Willie
Seoda ceoil 1 / Willie Clancy, uilleann pipes, tin whistle ; Seán Ó Conaire, vocals ; Seán Ó Ceallaigh, violin, concertina
Dublin : Gael-Linn: CEFO 18, p 1968 - 1 LP : mono

Contents: A Chailleach, do mharáis mé = Old hag, you have killed me , Sean Tiobrad Arann = Old Tipperary. An Buachaill sa mbearna =The Boy in the gap , Rogha Sheáin uí mhaoildeirg = Seán Reid's fancy.The Bold trainer o = Uileachán dubh o. Garraí na saileog. An cumann gearr. Sean ríl an chonsairtín=The old concertina reel, Ríl Thomáis uí Chatháin=Tom Keane's reel. Port Sheáin uí Cheallaigh=John Kelly's jig. Bean an tincéara=The tinker's wife, An scothbhualadh=The flogging reel. Bímid ag ól, Port Phádraig uí Ghaora=Patsy Geary's jig. Ríl Mhóibhín=The Moveen reel, Máire ní Dhubhshláine=Mary Delaney. Pléaraca charraig a' Chabhaltaigh=The humours of Carrigaholt. Port Mhichíl uí Cheallacháin=Mikey Callaghan's jig. Caher rua. An biadánaí=The cabin hunter, Ríl Bhírd uí Chrualaoich=Delia Crowley's reel. Ceann gan Arann. Port Shéamuis Mhic a' Bháird=Jim Ward's jig, Faobhraigh an rásúr=Strop the razor. An Buailteoir aerach=The jolly banger, An ceirtlín snátha in aimhréidh=The ravelled hank of yarn. Pléaraca Dhoire an Chreasáin =The Humours of Derrykrosane , Ó hArgadáin fidiléara = Hardiman the fiddler. Port uí Fhearchair = Fraher's jig

Clancy, Willie
Traditional music of Ireland : vol. 1 / Willie Clancy, (uilleann pipes) Máire Áine Ní Dhonnchadha, Denis Murphy, Seán 'ac Dhonncha
Galway : Cló Iar-Chonnachta: CIC 033, (1991?) 1 MC : stereo

Contents: 2 tunes by Willie Clancy?

Clancy, Willie
Traditional music of Ireland : vol. 2 / Willie Clancy, (uilleann pipes) Denis Murphy, Seán de hÓra, David Harper, Sam Allen, Bridget Granbhil
Galway : Cló Iar-Chonnachta: CIC 034, (1991?) 1 MC : stereo

Contents: 7 tunes by Willie Clancy?

Clancy, Willie
Tsean-sceach / Willie Clancy, uilleann pipes
Dublin : Gael-Linn: CE 14, p 195-?-, 10 in. 78 rpm : mono

Contents: Na Connerys. An Tsean-sceach (The Old bush), Ril Mhicil Ui Cheiteamaigh (Michael Camey's reel). Scan 'ac Dhonncha (singer) on the reverse side

Clancy, Willie
West wind / Willie Clancy, uilleann pipes
Folktracks: 30173, p 1979 - 1 MC : stereo

Contents: Bush and Chicago reels. Father's hornpipe. Poll halfpenny. Reavey's reel. Rowsome's slip. Ask my father. Harvest home. Sweep's. Sean Reid's fancy. Dear Irish boy. John in the mist. Beauty spot. Rakish Paddy. Flogging reel. When we were drinking

Clark, William

Cobblestone sessions / (uilleann pipers) Eoghan Garvey, Cormac Cannon, Tommy Martin, Donncha Dwyer, Nollaig MacCárthaigh, Kevin Rowsome, Néilldh Mulligan
Dublin : Cobblestone: COB 001, p 2002 , 1 CD : stereo

Contents: (Only the uilleann piping tracks given): The Larks (sic) in the morning. The Sailor on the rock, The Sligo maid, The Woman of the house (reels). The Four courts, John Kellys (reels). The Derry hornpipe. Within a mile of Dublin, Jenny picking cockles (reels). The Game of love, The Outdoor relief, The Reel of Bogie (reels). An Rógaire dubh, An Ceoltóir fánach (jigs)

Cooney, Michael
Happy to meet and sorry to part / Mike Cooney, (uilleann pipes) ; Joe Burke and Terry Corcoran
Green Linnet: 1 CD : stereo

Contents: Dowd's no 9, The Galway rambler. Daleystown hunt, The Carraroe jig. Bonapart's retreat. Capt. Kelly's, Jennies wedding. The Maid on the mountain. The Bells of Tipperary, Miss Galvin's. Father O'Flynn, Haste to the wedding. Kitty's gone a-milking, Lucky in love, coney is coming. Rogaire dugh, Split the whisker. The Boyne hunt, Come west along the road. Brian Boru's march, Sporting Paddy, The Traveler. I buried my wife and danced on top of her, Will you come with me. The High reel, Geoghegan's. Cherish the ladies. Dunlavin Green. The Star of Munster, The Blackberry blossom. Happy to meet and sorry to part, Paddy in London. Aggie Whyte's, Miss Thornton

Cooney, Michael
Just piping / Michael Cooney, (uilleann pipes in D made by Alain Froment)
: Gortnahoo Productions: 002, p 2009, 1 CD : stereo

Contents: Frieze britches. Colonel Frazier. Andy's & the Shaskeen. Two jigs. McGreevy's 1 & 2 & The master's return. Dear Irish boy, the Inishcaultra selection. Crehan's, Droney's & McGreevy's. Garden of daisies & the Job of journeywork. Sean O'Dwyer. Humours of Ballyloughlin. Bucks of Oranmore. New house selection Blind Mary. Boy in the boat & Pretty girls of Mayo. The commons polkas. The tempest & People's 1 & 2

Cooney, Michael
Tunes from a village / Michael Cooney, (uilleann pipes, whistle) ; Pat Egan, (guitar) 1 MC : stereo

Contents: The Geese in the bog. The Fair haired boy. Scotsman over the border. Galacian tune. Laird of Drumblair, Galway rambler. Bonnie Nancy. Humours of Bandon. Sean Ryans. Basket of turf. Mrs Judge. Kitty come down from Limerick, O'Farrell's welcome to Limerick (some tunes not listed)

Coyne, Mick
Both sides of the Coyne / Mick Coyne, (uilleann pipes) ; featuring Phil Callery, Sarah Callery ...
(Ennis?), p 2001 - 1 CD : stereo

Contents: Timedance, Emerald boy. Syncopation, The Guns of the magnificent seven, Tommy People's favourite. Tullinahaw. Humours of Bally Loughlan, An Phis fhliuch. Rolling in the rye grass, Flogging reel. The Flower of Magherally o. Rain drops, Migraine. McGlinchey's, Seamus reel. Down our street. Cailleacit an Airgid, Mick Coyne's. Breton tunes set of ronds de Loudeac. Whistling postman, Bucks of Oranmore. Clans, The Old cross
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D'Arcy, Patrick
Wallop the spot : traditional Irish uilleann piping / Patrick D'Arcy, uilleann pipes (Koehler & Quinn D set & Geoff Wooff B set), C high whistle & D low whistle
Los Angeles : Patrick D'Arcy Music PDM 0001, 2012 - 1 CD : stereo
Contents: Reels: Sporting Molly, The Dublin lads. Jigs: Cailleach an airgid, árd an bhóthair, Cailín an tí mhór. Slow air: Green fields of America. Fling & jig: An buachaill dreóite. Reels: Garrett Barry's, Corney is coming, The Kilfrush. Jigs: Cathair an phíobaire, The Langstern pony. Planxty's: Sí beag sí mór, Tabhair dom do lámh. Slow air: An raibh tú ag an gCarraig. Jigs: Fraher's, Cúil aodha, Wallop the spot. Reels: John Kelly's concertina reel, Tom Keane's. Reels: The Copperplate, The Old copperplate, The Bank of Ireland. Slow air: My bonny blue eyed lassie. Song & hop jig: The Whistling thief, The Rocky road to Dublin

Deegan, Dickie
By the river of gems / Dickie Deegan, (uilleann pipes)
Disctronics: PX 1936, (199-?) - 1 CD : stereo
Contents: Str mo chroi (air). Jackson's morning brush, Pidn Raifeartaigh, Farewell to Ireland (jigs, reel). The Wounded hussar, Sailor on the rock, Lads of Laois (air, reels). Dear Irish boy, Geese in the bog (air, jig). Drowsy Maggie (reel). Twisting the hayrope (air). Castle of Drunmore (lullaby). Corny is coming, Jenny's wedding (reels). Fairy queen (O'Carolan). Princess royal (O'Carolan). Flower of Magherally (song). Cascada (Paraguayan air). Carrickfergus, For all those endearing charms, Wild colonial boy (air, waltzes). Sliabh na mBan, The Scholar (air, reel). By the river of gems (air). My former wife, The Butcher's march, Petticoat loose (jigs). The Concertina reel, The Bucks of Oranmore (reels). Didgeridoo (didgeridoo solo)

Deegan, Dickie
Phíb : uilleann pipes - Irish music / Dickie Deegan, uilleann pipes
(Tasmania?) : Deegan: DD 002, p 1999 - 1 CD : stereo

Contents: Stór mo chroí (Treasure of my heart) (air). The Flags of Dublin, The Fairy reel, The Merry harriers, The Pinch of snuff, The Bucks of Oranmore (reels). An Buinneán buú (The Yellow bittern), The King of the pipers (air, jig). Cuaichin Ghleann Neifin (The Little cuckoo of Glen Nephin) (air). The Fox's lament (air). The Anchory lasses, The Smokey house, Toss the feathers (reels). The Gold ring, The Contradiction (jig, hornpipe). Unknown hornpipe, The Morning thrush, The Merry sisters (hornpipe, reels). John Egans, Ask my father, Pat Ward's (hornpipe, single jigs). Limericks lamentation (air). An Buachaillín bán (The Dear Irish boy) (air). Paddy O'Briens, Valencia Harbour (reel, air). King of the piper's, The Hare in the corn, Frahers (jigs). Casadh an tSáin (Fair haired Cassidy), Nora criona (Wise Nora) (air, jig). Stór mo chroí (Treasure of my heart) (air)

Delaney, Barney (Bernard)
Colonel Taylor's reel / Barney Delaney, (uilleann pipes) (Taylor D-set)
(New York?) : , (190-?) - 1 cylinder recording in the Henebry Collection, music dept., University College, Cork
Ref.: An píobaire: vol. 3, no. 2, March 1990, p. 14

Contents: Colonel Taylor's reel

Delaney, Barney (Bernard)
Cook in the kitchen / Barney Delaney, (uilleann pipes) (Taylor D-set)
(New York?) : , (190-?) - 1 cylinder recording in the Henebry Collection, music dept., University College, Cork
Ref.: An píobaire: vol. 3, no. 2, March 1990, p. 14

Contents: The Cook in the kitchen

Delaney, Dinny (Denis)
Last glimpse of Erin / Dinny Delaney, (uilleann pipes) (possibly the Timothy Kenna set purchased in 1873?)
(Cork?) :, 1907 - 1 cylinder recording at the Archive of the Austrian Academy of science. Recorded by a Dr. Trebitsch
Ref.: An píobaire: vol. 2, no. 7, Meitheamh, 1980, p. 1, & O'Neill's Irish minstrels & musicians, p. 305 in the 1973 Norwood ed.

Contents: The Last glimpse of Erin

Denman, Todd
Like magic / Todd Denman, (uilleann pipes, low whistle ...) ; Bill Dennehy: fiddle & bouzouki ; Gerry O'Beirne: guitars ; Séamus Finnorin: shaker ... (San Francisco?) : Ainar:, p 199-? - 1 CD : stereo

Contents: Mistress of the house, The New mown meadows The Bag of Spuds (reels). Kit O'Mahony's, The Price of my pig, The Butcher's march (jigs). Barge Inn (P. O'Brien), Hanley's tweed (P. O'Brien), Sean McGrath's (reels). My lagan love (air). Con Cassidy's, The Foxhunter's jig, To Limerick we will go (jigs, slip jigs) , The Old blackthorn stick, The Shepherd's daughter (reels). Maude Millar's, Gan ainm, In memory of Michael Coleman (E. Reevey) (reels). McGovern's favourite, The Liffey banks, Seán O'Cealleigh's, Courting them all (reels). I'm with you (T. Denman) (air). Helvic Head, Trip to the fair (jigs). The Blackbird reel, The Jolly seven, Gan ainm, Master Séamus' (C. Lennon) (reels). Din Tarrant's no. 1, The New roundabout polka, The Cappamore polka (polkas). The Limestone rock, P. Joe's, The Beauty spot, The Spiddal reel (C. Lennon) (reels). Sporting Paddy, The Custom house, The Bloom of youth (reels). Looking back (T. Denman) (air)

Denman, Todd
Reeds and rosin : an uilleann pipes & fiddle adventure / Todd Denman, (uilleann pipes), Dale Russ, (fiddle)
(San Francisco?) : Aniar: ANR 003, p 1997 - 1 CD : stereo

Contents: The Road to ruin, I have no money. Templehouse intro. The Templehouse reel, Tommy People's. Hogan's jig, The Connaughtman's rambles. Todd's rambles, The Connaughtman's rambles. Launching of the boat, Jackson's reel. Sailing into Walpole's marsh, The Otter's holt. The Merry sisters, The Boys of Ballysadare. Scully Casey's, Cailleach a'shusa. The Holly bush, Come west along the road. Pat Burke's, Am ghaoth aniar aneas. Eanach dhuin. The Stack of barley, Bantry Bay, The Rights of man. The Tailor's thimble, The Red haired lass. The Lilting banshee, Gillian's apples. The Kerry reel, Mistress of the house. Coming home

Dillon, Eion
Golden mean / Eion Dillon, : KRCD 202, 2010 - 1 CD : stereo
Contents: Boy raycer, Wexford Races. Star of the sea. Barrakaldo. Lament for Fr. Pat Noise. Babaganoush. The Pound loney. The Yoghurt weaver's lament. And Fox ate Nandy's red shoe

Doran, Felix
Felix Doran (uilleann pipes)
[S.L.] : Copley, : 9-194 : (195-?) - 1 78 rpm : mono Recorded in the Moore Street studio, Dublin, 1949
Contents: Jigs: Doran's fancy (Scatter the mud), Rambling pitchfork. Reels : The Pigeon on the gate, The Congress

Doran, Felix
Last of the travelling pipers / Felix Doran, uilleann pipes (Leo Rowsome set in D) As I understand it, Felix later had Frank Gorker of Manchester make a new stock and regulators to replace the Rowsome stock and regulators sold to Tom Mulligan)
London : Topic: 12T288, p 1976 - 1 LP : mono
Cork : Ossian: OSS 63, (1993) - 1 MC : mono
Recorded 1965-1967

Contents: Mary of Murroe, The Green gates. The Dear Irish boy, The Primrose lass. Rakish Paddy. Rolandstown churchyard. The Ash plant. The Lark in the morning. The Fox hunt. George White's favourite, The Ivy leaf. The Coolin. The Boys of the lough. Pigeon on the gate, Miss Monaghan

Doran, Johnny
Bunch of keys : the complete recordings of Johnny Doran / Johnny Doran, uilleann pipes (Leo Rowsome set in D)
Dublin : Comheirle Bhéaliodeas Éireann: CBÉ 001, (1986) - 1 MC : mono
Recorded 1947 on 9 acetate discs made by the Irish Folklore Commision

Contents: Colonel Fraser, My love is in America, Rakish Paddy: reels. Coppers and brass, The Rambling pitchfork: double jigs. Tarbolton, The Fermoy lasses: reels (with John Kelly, fiddle). The Job of journeywork: set dance. The Steampacket: reel. The Sweep's hornpipe, The Harvest home, The High level: hornpipes. Sliabh na mBan: slow air. The Blackbird: set dance. The Bunch of keys, Rakish Paddy: reels

Doran, Johnny
Johnny Doran / Johnny Doran, uilleann pipes (Leo Rowsome set in D)
Dublin : Na Píobaire Uilleann/Roinn Bhéaloideas Éireann: NPUCD 011, (2002) - 1 CD : mono
(The master pipers : volume 1)
Recorded 1947 on 9 acetate discs made by the Irish Folklore Commision
Remastered 2002
Commentary by Jackie Small, Pat Mitchell & Harry Bradshaw

Contents: Jigs: Coppers and brass, The Rambling pitchfork, Reel: The steampacket. Reels: The Bunch of keys, Rakish Paddy, The Bunch of keys. Reels: Tarbolton, The Fermoy lasses (with John Kelly). Air: An Chúileann. Air: An Sliabh na mBan. Reels: Colonel Fraser, My love is in America, Rakish Paddy. Hornpipes: The Sweep's hornpipe, The Harvest home, The High level, The Harvest home. Set dance: The Job of journeywork. Set dance: The Blackbird. Hornpipes: The Sweep's hornpipe, The Harvest home, The High level, The Harvest home

Drones and the chanters : Irish pipering / Séamus Ennis, Peadar Broe, Leo Rowsome, Paddy Moloney, Dan Dowd, Tommy Reck, Willie Clancy, uilleann pipes
Dublin : Claddagh: CC 11, p 1971 - 1 LP : stereo
Dublin : Claddagh: 4CC 11, (198-?) - 1 MC: stereo
Dublin: Claddagh: ?, (2000) - 1 CD: stereo

Contents: Jenny's welcome to Charlie. The Wounded hussar. Pat Ward's jig. The Trip we took over the mountain. Bean dubh an ghleanna. The Bucks of Oranmore. Anonn's anall. My darling asleep, Whelan's jig. The Castle of Dromore. The Trip to Durrow. Bumper Squire Jones. Denis Murpy's slide. An Buachaill caol dubh. The Scholar. Top it off. The Salamanca reel. The Dear Irish boy. Bímís ag ól. Loch nagCaor. The Lady's pantalettes

Drones and the chanters 2
Dublin : Claddagh: , (199-?) - 1 CD : stereo

Contents: Peter Street, The Silver spear and The Dublin reel. Moll rua and An Phis fhliuch. Jenny's wedding and The Pure drop. The Ace and deuce of pipering. The Monaghan jig and Francis Aucoin. Miss Ramsey and James Byrne's. The Bright lady. The Lark in the morning. The Bee's wing. The Hollybush and Miss Monaghan. Australian waters and When sick is it tea you want? The College groves. Míre ní mhong áin. Bonnie Ann and The West wind. An Rógaire dubh, na ceannabháin bhána and Páidín Ó Raifeartaigh. The Beauty spot and Farewell to Connacht. Nóra Críonna. Poll ha'penny. The Old bush and The Braes of Busby. Port na púcaí

Duignan, Eoin
Counmíneol=Coumeenoole / Eoin Duignan, uilleann pipes
Dublin : Gael-Linn: CEFCD 163, (199?) - 1 CD : stereo
(Dingle?), (1993) - 1 MC : stereo

Contents: own compositions?

Dunne, Mickey
Limerick lassies / Mickey Dunne, (uilleann pipes)
(Dublin?) : Suffering Duck: 0001, (1994) - 1 CD : stereo
(Dublin?) : Suffering Duck: ?, (March 1994) - 1 MC: stereo

Contents: The Limerick lassies, McFaddens favourite, Inniscealtra. McGuire's march. Joe Cunneens. The Rocks of Bawn. Ambrose O'Donovan, Sheila Coyles. Munster bacon, Tumble the tinker. McFadden's reels. Ashokan farewell. Clare jig, Hearty boys, Gorman's jig. Snowy breasted Pearl, Herlihey's jig. Speed the plough, Shannonside reel

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Durham, Con
Ar an slí (On the way) / Mazz O'Flaherty, (guitar, vocals) & Con Durham, (uilleann pipes)
(Dingle?): Flaherty & Durham, <200-?> - 1 CD : stereo

Contents: Reels: Josie MacDermot's, Come west along the road, The dairy maid, Ríleanna anamúla atá coitianta. Jigs: Port tom mhic, The old kesh, Maurice Quinn's, Poirt ó Chorca dhuibhne. Song: The lambs on the green hills. Slow air: Mar mheath uaim mo chairde, Lament for my love. Hornpipes: The stack of barley, The fisherman's, Dillon's. Amhrán - song: An leanbh sí - The fairy child. A march and polka: The eagle's whistle, The green mountain - Fead an fhiolair, An cnoc glas. Polkas from West Kerry - Polcaí ó iartahar dhuibhneach. Reels: The limestone rock, The flogging reel


Dywer, Donnacha
Bourke & Dywer / Malachy Bourke (violin), Donnacha Dywer (uilleann pipes)
(Spiddal?): M. Bourke & D. Dwyer, 2006 - 1 CD : stereo
Contents: Jigs: Paidin O Rafferty, Gander in the pratie hole. Maids of Mount Cisco, Craig's pipes. Jackson's morning brush. Pol ha' penny, The tailor's twist. The boys of the lough, O'Mahony's. Hornpipes: The stack of barley, The rights of man. Jigs: Kitty's rambles, Monaghan jig. Dark lough na gCarr. Slieve Russell. Ace and deuce of pipering. ColonelFraser. The morning thrush, Man of the house, Tansey's favourite. Paddy Clancy's

Early, James
Kildare Fancy ... / James Early, uilleann pipes ; John McFadden, violin
(Chicago?) : Skylark: SK 1002, (19--?) - 1 MC : mono (from Edison cylinders, 190-?)

Contents: The Kildare fancy (hornpipe). Lord Mayo (version of Lord Mayo, air)

Ennis, James
Battle of Clontarf / Fingal Trio (James Ennis, uilleann pipes)
(London?): Regal-Zonophone: MR 386, (192-? ) - 1 10 inch 78 rpm : mono
(Dublin): Regal-Zonophone: IZ 195, (192-? ) - 1 10 inch 78 rpm : mono

Contents: March: The Battle of Clontarf. Hornpipes: Sean-bhean bhocht (Poor old woman), Dancer at the fair

Ennis, Séamus
Ace and deuce of piping / Séamus Ennis, uilleann pipes
London : Jazz Collector Records: JE 11506, 196-? - 1 EP : mono

Contents: The Ace and deuce of piping (set dance). The Dark woman of the glen (air). Paddy O'Rafferty (jig). Sixpenny money (jig). Uir-chill a' chreagain (air)

Ennis, Séamus
Best of Irish piping / Séamus Ennis, uilleann pipes
Dublin : Tara: TA 1002, p 1984 - 1 MC : stereo
Dublin: Tara: TARACD 1002/9, 1995 - 1 CD : stereo
Recorded 1973 and 1978 and respectively entitled. The Pure drop : Tara: TA 1002 and The Fox chase : Tara: TA 1009

Contents: The Pure drop, The Flax in bloom. The Fairy boy. The Groves hornpipe, Dwyer's hornpipe. O'Sullivan the great. When sick, is it tea you want?, The Humours of Drinagh. By the River of Gems, The Rocky road to Dublin. Ask my father, Pat Ward's jig. Valencia Harbour. The Standing abbey, The Stack of barley. The Leitrim thrush, Miss Johnson. The Return from Fingal. Chase me, Charlie, The Dingle regatta. White Connor's daughter Nora. Slieve Russell, Sixpenny money. Stay for another while, I have no money, The Cushogue. The Brown thorn. Music at the gate, The Pigeon on the gate. The Blooming meadows, Kitty's rambles. Ned of the hill. Smash the windows, The Dark girl in blue. The Derry hornpipe, The Cuckoo's nest. The Trip o'er the mountain. The Merry sisters, Music in the forge, Castle Kelly. Johnny Cope. The Rainy day, A Fair wind. The Fox chase. The Braes of Busby, Colonel Frazer. The Kid on the mountain

Ennis, Séamus
Bonny bunch of roses / Séamus Ennis, uilleann pipes, tin whistle, vocals
(New York?) : Tradition/Everest: TLP 1013, (1971) - 1 LP : stereo
Cork : Ossian: OSS 59C, 1988 - 1 MC : stereo
(New York?) : Tradition: TCD: 1023, 1996 - 1 CD : stereo
Recorded 1959

Contents: A Little bunch of rushes. The Kerry recruit The First house in Connaught. The Copper plate reel. The Farmer's cursed wife. An Leanbh sidhe. An Clar bog-deil. The Thrush in the straw. The Cuckoo's hornpipe. The Bonny bunch of roses. Gol na mban 'san ar. The Wealthy squire. Hogan's favourite. The Connaught man's rambles. The Lark in the morning. When the cock crows it is day. Marrow bones. Will you come with me over the mountain

Ennis, Séamus
Ceol, scéalta agus amhráin / Séamus Ennis, (uilleann pipes, vocals)
Dublin : Gael-Linn: CEF 009, (196-?) - 1 LP : stereo
Titel from container

Contents: Na ceannabháin bhána (amhrán). An fáinne óir. Bean dubh an ghleanna (amhrán). Úr chill an chreagáin. Johnny Seoghe (amhrán). Cornphíopa Phat Ward. An binsín luachra (amhrán). Salamanca, Diúc góran, Fáilte shinéid roimh tharlach. Casadh an tsúgáin (amhrán). An bhearach chonnachtach. Dónall óg (amhrán). Cornphíopa na sióg

Ennis, Séamus
Fairy piper / Séamus Ennis, (uilleann pipes, vocals)
Folktracks: 60302, 1982 - 1 MC : stereo

Contents: John Airy. Three daughters. Henry Bohannon. Lark's march. Bachelor and fairy wedding. Fairy's tune. Little fairy ring. Fairy feast. Fairy straying. I'll mend your pots and kettles. Frieze breeches

Ennis, Séamus
Feidlim Tonn Ri's Castle or The King of Ireland's Son : told by Séamus Ennis with music played on the uilleann pipes and tin whistle
Dublin : Ceirnini Claddagh : CC19 : 1977 - 1 LP : stereo

Contents : Rocky road to Dublin. The Eagle's whistle. The Rambling pitchfork. The Stone in the field. Fisherman's hornpipe. Walls of Liscarroll. Boys of the lough. Banish misfortune. Easter snow. Dublin reel

Ennis, Séamus
Fox chase / Séamus Ennis, uilleann pipes
Dublin : Tara: 1009, p 1978 - 1 LP : stereo
Dublin : Tara: 4TA 1009, p 1978 - 1 MC : stereo

Contents: Music at the gate, The Pigeon on the gate. The Blooming meadows, Kitty's rambles. Ned of the hill. Smash the windows, The Dark girl in blue. The Derry hornpipe, The Cuckoo's nest. The Trip o'er the mountain. The Merry sisters, Music in the forge, Castle Kelly. Johnny Cope. The Rainy day, A Fair wind. The Fox chase. The Braes of Busby. Colonel Frazer

Ennis, Séamus
Irish music in London pubs : (various musicians, including Séamus Ennis, uilleann pipes)
Galway : Cló Iar-Chonnachta: CIC 032, (1991?) 1 MC : stereo

Contents:?

Ennis, Séamus
Irish pipe and tinwhistle songs : uillean pipes, tin whistle and folk songs of Ireland / Séamus Ennis, uilleann pipes, tin whistle Tommy Makem Dubliners
(New York?) : Olympic: 6129, (1977?) - 1 LP : mono
Beverley Hills, Calif. : Legacy International: CD 313, (1989?) - 1 CD : stereo

Contents: A Little bunch of rushes. The First house in Connaught, The Copper plate reel. An Leanbh sidhe. The Thrush in the straw. The Cuckoo's hornpipe. Gol na mban 'san ar. Hogan's favorite, The Connaught man's rambles, The Lark in the morning, When the cock crows it is day. Will you come with me over the mountain. The lowlands of Holland. Kitty Magee. Mrs McGrath. The Irish rover. Peggy Lettermore. Roddy McCorley. I'll tell my ma. The Foggy dew. The Old orange flute. The Holy ground

Ennis, Séamus
Morning brush / Séamus Ennis, (uilleann pipes)
Folktracks: 45374, 1982 - 1 MC : stereo

Contents: Mountains of the women. Lament of the fox. Dublin reel. Chief O'Neill's favourite. Boys of Bluehill. Jockey to the fair. Tatter Jack Walsh. Paddy O'Rafferty. Groves. Connaught heifers. Braes of Busby. Dark lady of the glen. Leitrim lilt. Kellys. Ballymanus Fair. Were you at the rock. Twisting the hay rope. Cavan Bridge. When the cock crows. Six penny money. Rainy day. Merry blacksmith. Miss Lane's fancy

Ennis, Séamus
Music at the gate / Séamus Ennis, (uilleann pipes, vocals)
Folktracks: 60079, 1988 - 1 MC : stereo

Contents: Leprechaun. On the banks of the roses. Groves medley. Molly Bawn. Praties, they are small. New Demesne. Bonnie boy is young. Whistling thief. Trip over the mountain. Brian O'Linn. Captain Wedderbum's courtship. Mountain dew. Uncle Rat went out to ride. Boyne hunt. Fairy lullaby. Ould orange flute. Caim Avonree. Cucanandee. Old woman wrapped up in a blanket. Lord Gregory. Brown thorn. Football crazy. Red herring

Ennis, Séamus
Return from Fingal / Séamus Ennis, (uilleann pipes)
Dublin : RTé: RTECD 199, (1997) - 1 CD : mono, stereo
Dublin : RTé: RTEC 199, (1997) - 1 MC : mono, stereo
Recorded 1940, 1948-49, 1959, 1971, 1975, 1978 & 1980

Contents: Reels: Bonny Kate, The Milliner's daughter, The Flannel jacket. Jigs: The Pipe on the hob, An Buachaillín buí, East of Glendart. Air and set dance: An Droighneán donn, The Garden of daisies. Hornpipes: The Bantry hornpipe, The Pleasures of hope. Double jig and single jigs: Smash the windows, The Drops of brandy, The Tenpenny piece, A Fig for a kiss. Reels: The Mountain lark, The Sligo maid's lament, The Flax in bloom. Hornpipes: The Tailor's twist, Kelly's hornpipe. Set dance: The Ace and deuce of piping. Reels: The Fair-haired girl, The Bucks of Oranmore. Hornpipes: Ballymanus girl, The Standing abbey. Jig and air: The Gold ring, Úirchill an Chreagáin. Reels: The Salamanca, Hand me down the tackle, The Merry blacksmith, The Beauty spot. March: The Return from Fingal. Amhrán agus fonn mall: An Droimeann donn dílis. Amhrán agus fonn: An Crúiscin lán. Amhrán agus fonn mall: éamonn a' chnoic. Amhrán agus fonn mall: Seán O Duibhir an ghleanna. Jig: Tatter Jack Walsh. Jigs: The Butcher's march, When the cock crows it is day, Sixpenny money. Reels: The Silver spear, The Dublin reel. Hornpipe: Ballymanus Fair. Reel: Lady Carbury (The Mason's apron). Jig: The Frieze britches. Reel: The Morning thrush (incl. speech). Slip jigs: The Dusty miller (two versions). Air: Easter Snow

Ennis, Séamus
Séamus Ennis : the first record in the series Masters of Irish music
Halifax (Yorks) : Leader sound : LEA 2003 , 1969 -1 LP : stereo
(Masters of Irish music ; 1)

Contents: Pinch of snuff. Fairy hornpipe. Gold ring. Fairy straying. The Lark in the morning. The Lark's march

Ennis, Séamus
Séamus Ennis story
Dublin : RTE: MC 115, (198-?) - 2 MC : stereo

Contents: ?

Ennis, Séamus
Traditional music at Newport, 1964 : part 2 / Séamus Ennis, (uilleann pipes) ...
Santa Monica, Calif.: Vanguard: VRS 9183, (196-?) -1 LP : stereo
Contents: Did the rum-do-daddy (whistle). Piper on the hearth (pipes). What'll ye do (whistle). Father's maid (pipes). Plus material played by other artists

Ennis, Séamus
Wandering minstrel / Séamus Ennis, uilleann pipes
London : Topic: 12TS250, (1974) - 1 LP : stereo
New Canaan, Conn. : Green Linnet: CSIF 3078, p 1993 - 1 MC - stereo
New Canaan, Conn. : Green Linnet: GLCD 3078, p 1993 - 1 CD : stereo
Cork : Ossian: OSS12C, 1989 - 1 MC : stereo Cork : Ossian: OSS 12CD, 1994 - 1 CD : stereo Recorded 1974

Contents: Double jigs: The Wandering minstrel, Jackson's morning brush. Hornpipes: The Boys of Bluehill, Dunphy's hornpipe. Slow air & slip jig : The Glenn Nephin cuckoo, The Little fair cannavans. Double jig: The Frieze britches. Reels: The Flags of Dublin, The Wind that shakes the barley. Hornpipes: The Little stack of barley, Cronin's hornpipe. Reel: The New Demesne. Slow air and set dance: The Blackbird. Double jigs: Gillan's apples. The Walls of Liscarrol, The Stone in the field. Slow air: Molly O'Malone. Reel: Kiss the maid behind the barrel. Double jig: Happy to meet, sorry to part

Ennis, Tom
Believe me if all those endearing young charms ... / Tom Ennis, (uilleann pipes) Ted Levy, piano
New York : Victor: 18286, 1917 - 1 78 rpm : mono

Contents: Believe me if all those endearing young charms. Kilarney. Last rose of summer (airs)

Ennis, Tom
The Blackbird ... / Tom Ennis, (uilleann pipes) ; Jim Morrison, fiddle ; John Muller, piano
New York : Columbia: 80403-80404, 19-? - 1 78 rpm : mono

Contents: The Blackbird. Bag of potatoes, Templehouse reel, Pigeon on the gate

Ennis, Tom
Cherish the ladies ... / Tom Ennis, (uilleann pipes) with Harry Race, piano
New York : Gennett: 5283, 1923.- 1 78 rpm : mono

Contents: Cherish the ladies (jig). Trim the velvet, Maid behind the bar (reels)

Ennis, Tom
Dear Irish boy ... / Tom Ennis, (uilleann pipes) with John Muller, piano
New York : Odeon: Od 20777, 1921 - 1 78 rpm : mono

Contents:. Dear Irish boy (air). Coulin (air)

Ennis, Tom
Dublin reel / Tom Ennis, (uilleann pipes) with Ed Geoghegan, piano
New York : Victor: 21444, 1928.- 1 78 rpm : mono

Contents: Dublin reel

Ennis, Tom
Frost is all over ... / Tom Ennis, (uilleann pipes) Tom Quigley, fiddle Reidy Johnson, accordion
New York : Gennett: 5040, 1923 - 1 78 rpm : mono

Contents: Frost is all over, Connaughtman's rambles (jigs). Mama's pet, My love is on the ocean (reels). Cook in the kitchen (jig)

Ennis, Tom
Humours of Bandon ... / Tom Ennis, (uilleann pipes) with James Morrison, fiddle
New York : Columbia: A 3836, 1923 - 1 78 rpm : mono

Contents: Humours of Bandon (set dance). Maid behind the bar, Trim the velvet

Ennis, Tom
James Morrison and Tom Ennis : classic recordings of Irish traditional music in America played on fiddle and uilleann pipes
London : Topic : 12T390 : 1980 - 1 Lp : mono

Contents : Bag of spuds, Templehouse, Pigeon on the gate. Job of journeywork. Kildare fancy. New steamboat, Bucks of Oranmore, Gardiner's daughter. Trip to the cottage. Limestone rock. Maid behind the bar, Trim the velvet. Paddy in London, Butcher's march, Sligo Bay. Frieze breeches. Black rogue, Saddle the pony

Ennis, Tom
Irish polkas ... / Tom Ennis, (uilleann pipes) with John Garridy, fiddle
New York : Gennett: 5003, 1922 - 1 78 rpm : mono

Contents: Irish polkas. Miss Thornton's, Merry blacksmith, Bush in bloom (reels)

Ennis, Tom
Kid on the mountain / Tom Ennis, (uilleann pipes) with James Morrison, fiddle
New York : Vocalion: 14588, 1923.- 1 78 rpm : mono

Contents: Kid on the mountain (slip jig)

Ennis, Tom
Mama's pet ... / Tom Ennis, (uilleann pipes) with Reidy Johnson, accordion Tom Quigley, fiddle
New York : Gennett: 5040, 1923.- 1 78 rpm : mono

Contents: Mama's pet, My love is on the ocean, (reels). Cook in the kitchen, (jig). Rakish Paddy, Miss McLeod's, (reels). Frost is all over, Connaughtman's rambles, (jigs)

Ennis, Tom
Maid in the meadow ... / Tom Ennis, (uilleann pipes) with piano
New York : Pathe: 20550, 1920.- 1 78 rpm : mono

Contents: Maid in the meadow, Frieze britches, Pay the reckoning (jigs). Swallow's tail, Maid behind the bar, Fermoy lasses (reels)

Ennis, Tom
Maid on the green ... / Tom Ennis, (uilleann pipes) with James Morrison, fiddle
New York : Columbia: A 3773, 1922 - 1 78 rpm : mono
Contents: Maid on the green, Trip to the cottage, Wedding trip (jigs)

Ennis, Tom
Maid that left the country ... / Tom Ennis, (uilleann pipes)
New York : Victor: 18366, 1917 - 1 78 rpm : mono

Contents: The Maid that left the country. Drowsy Maggie. Around the world for sport (reels). Murphy's hornpipe. Londonderry clog. McNamara hornpipe (hornpipes) Ennis, Tom
Miss Casey ... / Tom Ennis, (uilleann pipes) with piano
New York : Victor: 21542, 1928 - 1 78 rpm : mono

Contents: Miss Casey (jig). Wexford reel

Ennis, Tom
Murphy's ... / Tom Ennis, (uilleann pipes) Ted Levy, piano
New York : Victor: 18366, 1917 - 1 78 rpm : mono

Contents: Murphy's, Londonderry clog, McNamara's (hornpipes). Maid that left the county, Drowsy Maggie, Around the world (reels)

Ennis, Tom
Roy's wife ... / Tom Ennis, (uilleann pipes) with piano
New York : Columbia: 33394 F, 1929.- 1 78 rpm : mono

Contents: Roy's wife (fling). Ragan's jig# (Ennis, Tom: Roy's wife), Nora Creena (jigs)

Ennis, Tom
Sarsfield's jig ... / Tom Ennis, (uilleann pipes) with piano
New York : Keltic: 1001, 1923

Contents: Sarsfield's jig, The Rakes of Clonmel (jigs)

Ennis, Tom
Tom Ennis / Tom Ennis, (uilleann pipes) with Ted Levy, piano
(U.S.A.) : P. Varlet, (1990?) - 1 MC : mono
Recorded in New York 1917-1929
Available to members of N.P.U. in 1991

Contents: Believe me if all those endearing young charms, Kilarney, Last rose of summer, (airs). Murphy's, Londonderry clog, McNamara's (hornpipes). Maid that left the county, Drowsy Maggie, Around the world (reels). Maid in the meadow, Frieze britches, Pay the reckoning (jigs). Swallow's tail, Maid behind the bar, Fermoy lasses (reels). Trim the velvet (reel). Humours of Bandon, Pay the reckoning (set dance). Eillen Curran, Five mile chase (reels). Walsh's favorite, Butcher's march (jigs). Dear Irish boy (air). Coulin (air). Irish polkas. Miss Thornton's, Merry blacksmith, Bush in bloom (reels). Maid on the green, Trip to the cottage, Wedding trip (jigs). Rakish Paddy, Miss McLeod's (reels). Frost is all over, Connaughtman's rambles (jigs). Mama's pet, My love is on the ocean (reels). Cook in the kitchen (jig). Humours of Bandon (set dance). Londonderry hornpipe. Kid on the mountain (slip jig). Cherish the ladies (jig). Trim the velvet, Maid behind the bar (reels). Sarsfields jig, The Rakes of Clonmel (reels). Dublin reel. Miss Casey (jig). Wexford reel. Roy's wife (fling). Ragan's jig, Nora Creena (jigs)

Ennis, Tom
Trim the velvet ... / Tom Ennis, (uilleann pipes) with John Muller, piano
New York : Cardinal: 2029, 1921 - 1 78 rpm : mono

Contents: Trim the velvet (reel). Humours of Bandon, Pay the reckoning (set dance)

Ennis, Tom
Walsh's favorite ... / Tom Ennis, (uilleann pipes)
New York : Emerson: 10394, 1921 - 1 78 rpm : mono

Contents: Walsh's favorite, Butcher's march (jigs). Eileen Curran, Five mile chase (reels)

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Finn, Joe
The piper calls the tune / Joe Finn (uilleann pipes)
(Dublin?) : , 200? - 1 CD : stereo

Contents: Alex Menzie's clog, The mills are grinding, The bag of potatoes. Jigs: The girl from the big house, Petticoat loose. Reels: Smash the windows, The low road to Glin, The daisy field. Eleanor Plunkett. Hornpipes: Munster grass, Saunder's Fort. Reels: Spike Islanlassies, The Kerryman's daughter, The second wedding. Jigs: Do you wantanymore, The rakes of Kildare. Slow air: Paddy's rambles through thepark. Hornpipes: Spellan the fiddler, The tailor's twist. Reels: Thewidow's daughter, Bare haven, The boy on the hill top. Slip jigs: Mymind would never be easy, Elizabeth Kelly's. Reels: The spey in spate,Patsy Hanley's, The Baltimore reel. The lark in the clear air. Reels:The gooseberry bush, Butter and peas, Tie the bonnet, The Connaughtheifers

Fitzpatrick, Patrick Comedy maid ... / Patrick Fitzgerald, (uilleann pipes: Taylor D-set) New York : Edison: 50615, January 17th, 1917 - 78 rpm : mono
Contents: Comedy maid. Rakes of Kildare. Miss Daley's jig

Fitzpatrick, Patrick Irish jigs / Patrick Fitzgerald, (uilleann pipes: Taylor D-set) New York : Victor (trial), February 26, 1917 - 78 rpm : mono
Contents: ? Irish jigs

Fitzpatrick, Patrick Irish reels / Patrick Fitzgerald, (uilleann pipes: Taylor D-set) New York : Empire: 7236, 1917 - 7 in. 78 rpm : mono
Contents: ? Irish reels. Irish jigs

Fitzpatrick, Patrick Louden's bonnie woods and braes / Patrick Fitzgerald, (uilleann pipes: Taylor D-set) New York : Lyric: 4117, (1919?) - 78 rpm : mono
Contents: Louden's bonnie woods and braes. Comedy maid (jig)

Fitzpatrick, Patrick Kilfenora ... / Patrick Fitzgerald, (uilleann pipes: Taylor D-set) New York : Edison: 51692, January 8th, 1917 - 78 rpm : mono
Contents: The Kilenora. The Flower of the flock. The Floggan (reels)

Fitzpatrick, Patrick Three drops of brandy ... / Patrick Fitzgerald, (uilleann pipes: Taylor D-set) New York : Columbia: A2309, 33019-F, March 9th, 1917 - 78 rpm : mono
Contents: Three drops of brandy (reel). Donnybrook Fair (jig)

Flea ceoil / Felix Doran, (uilleann pipes) ; Sean Seery, (uilleann pipes) Dublin: Gael Linn: CEF 013, (195-?) - 1 LP : mono
Contents: Includes two pipe tunes: Felix Doran: Creggs pipes (reel). Seán Seery: Spailpin a run (air)

Furey, Finbar
Irish pipe music : hornpipes, airs & reels / Finbar Furey, uilleann pipes
New York : Nonesuch: H 72059, p 1974 - 1 LP : stereo

Contents: Pigeon on the gate. Eamonn on Chnuic. Tattered Jack Welch. The Fox chase. The Spanish cloak. Sliabh na mBan. Graham's flat. Piper in the meadow straying. Rocking the baby. Colonel Fraser

Furey, Finbar
Irish pipes of Finbar Furey
New York : Nonesuch: H 72048, (1972) - 1 LP : stereo

Contents: Rakish Paddy. The Hag with the money. Castle terrace. Madame Bonaparte. The Young girl milking her cow. Fin's favourite. Peter Byrne's fancy. O'Rourke's reel. Roy's hands. Planxty Davy. The Bonny bunch of roses. Eddy's fancy. The Silver spear

Finbar Furey
Prince of pipers / Finbar Furey, uilleann pipes
[S.L.] : Intercord Xenophon : 26 459-8 U, 1974 - 1 LP

Contents: Bucks of Oranmore. Conny's jig. Yellow bittern. Lark on the strand. Miss McLeod's. She moved through the fair. Derroll's hornpipe. O'Rourke's reel. Garret Barry's jig. Plains of Waterloo. Katy's Fancy. Garden of daisies, Floggen reel [sic]. It's easy to talk. Ace and deuce of pipering. Ould Bush [sic]

Finbar Furey
Slender promise : inspirational music on the flute and uilleann pipes / Finbar Furey, uilleann pipes, flute
: Banshee Records: BANMUSCD 2000, 2015 - 1 CD : stereo

Contents: The Refugee. Connemara. The slender promise. Castaway. She moved through the fair. Paddy dear. Welch's jig. The Rocks of Bawn. The Aw de Audi jig. Nearer my God to thee. Miss McLeod's reel. Mangan's madness for Roisin

Furey, Finbar
Traditional Irish pipe music / Finbar Furey, uilleann pipes
Hamburg : Transatlantic: TRANS 201029, (1970?) - 1 LP : stereo

London : Wooded Hill: HILLCD 13, 1977?- 1 CD : stereo Contents: Rakish Paddy. The Hag with the money. Castle terrace. Madame Bonaparte. The Young girl milking her cow. Fin's favourite. Peter Byrne's fancy. O'Rourke's reel. Roy's hands. Planxty Davy. The Bonny bunch of roses. Eddy's fancy. The Silver spear

Furey, Finbar
Wind and the rain / Finbar Furey, (uilleann pipes) (Dublin?) : NORACD 05, 1997 - 1 CD : stereo

Contents:?

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Gallagher, Michael
Garden of daisies ... / Michael Gallagher, (uilleann pipes)
New York : Shamrock: 1235, 1920's - 78 rpm : mono

Contents: Garden of daisies (long dance). Collier's. Salamanca (reels)

Gallagher, Michael
Moran's hornpipe ... / Michael Gallagher, (uilleann pipes)
New York : Gennett: 5451, April 19th 1924 - 78 rpm : mono
New York : Starr: 9567, April 19th 1924 - 78 rpm : mono

Contents: Moran's hornpipe. The Plains of Boyle. Leitrim fancy (hornpipes). Lucy Campbell. The Cup of tea (reels)

Garvin, Wilbert
Breath of fresh air : ceol na gCapall / Barbara Gray, (keyboards), Wilbert Garvin (uilleann pipes), Mudd Wallace, guitar ; Clifford Lowry viola ; Neil Hall, bones ; Norman Richardson, vocals
MAYIV Produtions: MVCD 771, 1998 - 1 CD : stereo

Contents: Not traditional. All tracks composed by Barbara Lowry

Gentlemen pipers : classic recordings of Irish traditional piping / Liam Walsh, Billy Andrews, Leo Rowsome, Willie Clancy, Séamus Ennis, Seán McAloon, Felix Doran, Pat Mitchell, Mícheál O Briain (uilleann pipes)
London : GlobeStyle: CDORBD 084, (1994) - 1 CD : mono, stereo
Reissue of Topic recordings

Contents: Liam Walsh: The Banks of the Suir. The Portlaw reel. William Andrews: Ask my father. The Mountain lark. May day. The Cuckoo's nest. Leo Rowsome: Top of the Cork road. The Irish washerwoman. Kiss the maid behind the barrel. Touch me if you dare. The Snowy breasted Pearl. Willie Clancy: Langstern pony. The Dear Irish boy. The Flogging reel. Séamus Ennis: The Boys of Bluehill. Dunphy's hornpipe. The Flags of Dublin. The Wind that shakes the barley. The Wandering minstrel. Jackson's morning brush. The Blackbird. Seán McAloon (with John Rea): The First house on Connaught. The Copperplate. An Buachaill caol dubh. Drops of brandy. Felix Doran: The Ash plant. The Lark in the morning. Mary of Murroe. The Green gates. The Boys of the lough. Pat Mitchell: Frieze britches. Máirseáil alas druim. Garrett Barry's. The Virginia reel. Mícheál O Briain: Ballyoran. Rakish Paddy. Castle Kelly


Gill, Emmett
Mountain grove / Emmett Gill, uilleann pipes
Dublin : Piób uilleann, p 2008 - 1 CD : stereo
The ace and deuce of pipering : volume 2
Contents: Reels: Gardiner's daughter, Snow on the hills. Hornpipes: Poll ha'penny, The mountain groves. Jigs: Down the back lane, Donnybrook Fair, Scully Casey's. Air: Mo ghrádh-sa an jug mór is é lán. Jigs: Mama's pet, Hinchey's delight. Set dance: The garden of daisies. Air: Lord Mayo. Reels: Gan ainm, Port na giobóige. Jigs: Tatter Jack Walsh, Cliffs of Moher. Reels: The bag of spuds, The shepherd's daughter. Hornpipes: Buck from the mountain, Spellan the fiddler. Jigs: Julia Clifford's, Paddy whack. Set dance: Seán ó duibhir a' ghleanna. Reels: The slaney bog, The Dublin lads
Grasso, Elliott
Standing room only / Elliott Grasso, uilleann pipes ; Jim Eagan, fiddle, Patrick Mangan, fiddle, Zan McLeod, guitar & bouzouki, and Andy Thurston, guitar.
Portland, Oregon: CD Baby, 2004 - 1 CD : stereo
Contents: Reels: Miss Susan Cooper, The Sandpiper. Boys of the Lough. Jigs: My darling asleep, Hag at the churn, Darby Gallagher's. Reels: Farewell to Keelroe, The Girl that broke my heart. Jigs: O'Hare's tilt, Chiaroscuro jig, Jig of quills. Hornpipes: Tailor's twist, Cuckoo's nest. Reels: Gan anim, The Grandmaster, Bells of Tipperary. Jigs: Blarney pilgrim, Palm Sunday, Gan anim. Air: The Satin slipper. Reels: Barry's trip to Paris, Hilda's choice, Tommy Peoples. Jigs & Slip jig: Garrett Barry's, An Rogaire dubh, Frainc an pho. Reels: Dave Normaway MacDonald's wedding, Toss the feathers

Grasso, Elliott
Up against the flatirons / Elliott Grasso, uilleann pipes
Dublin: Na P’obair’ Uilleann, 2007? - 1 CD : stereo
The Ace and deuce of piping : vol. 1
Contents: Jigs: Old hag you have killed me, The Butcher's march, The Gander in the pratie hole. Reels: The Bearhaven lassies, Farewell to Erin. Hornpipes: The Wicklow hornpipe, The Fern House. Jigs: Gerdy Commane's, An Buachaill dreoite, McGreevy's. Reels: Sporting Nell, Kitty the Hare, The Scowling wife. Jigs: Brendan Mulvihill's jig, The Trip to Belfast. Air: The Green fields of Canada. Jigs: Up against the flatirons, What no watermelon?. Reels: Jenny picking cockles, The Flowers of Limerick. jigs: An P‡ist’n fionn, The Walls of Liscarroll, Lakeview Drive. Hornpipes: Chief O'Neill's favourite, The New century. Jigs: Paddy Clancy's, Welcome home Gráinne. Set dances: The Ace and deuce of piping. Reels: Mother and child reel, Farewell to Connacht

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H. Block : an album in support of political prisoners rights in Long Kesh & Armagh womans Gaol / Francie Brolly ; Dan Dowd (uilleann pipes) ; Noel Hill ; Mick Hanly ; Donal Lunny ; Tony Linnane ; Christy Moore ; Stephen Ray ; Matt Molloy ; Declan Sinnott ; Brian Ua Baoill
[S.l.] : [S.N] : HB001, (1982 or 1983?) - 1 LP : stereo
Contents: Taimse I mo choldladh (Dan Dowd, pipes solo)

Hannan, Robbie
Rabharta ceoil: In full spate / Paddy Glackin, (fiddle) (Robbie Hannan, uilleann pipes)
Dublin : Gael Linn: CEFCD 153, (1992) - 1 CD : stereo
Dublin : Gael Linn: CEFC 153, (1992) - 1 MC: stereo

Contents: Hannan plays on two tracks with Glackin: I buried my wife and danced on top of her, Fraher's. The Connacht heifer, The Steampacket

Hannan, Robbie
Séideán sí / Paddy Glackin (violin) & Robbie Hannan (uilleann pipes)
Dublin : Gael Linn : p 1995 - 1 CD : stereo

Contents: The Bonnie bunch of ferns, The Repeal of the union (reels). The Young Tom Ennis, The Blackthorn stick (jigs). An Rógaire dubh, Dessie O'Connor (jigs) The Liverpool hornpipe, The Stacks of barley (hornpipes). Miss Ramsey, I'm waiting for you (reels). Father O'Flynn, The Munster jig (jigs). An Lon dubh (air & set dance). The Rambling pitchfork, The Walls of Liscarroll (jigs). The Dispute at the crossroads, The Jolly tinker (reels). Munster buttermilk, Sweet Biddy Daly (jigs). The Dublin reel, Boil the breakfast early (reels). The Cook in the kitchen, The Wandering minstrel (jigs). The Dogs amongst the bushes, The Glen road to Carrick (reels). Old Tipperary, An Phis fhliuch (jigs). Trim the velvet, Kitty's gone a' milking (reels)

Hanna, Robbie
The Tempest / Robbie Hannan, (uilleann pipes)
Dublin: Na Píobairí Uilleann, 2009 - 1 CD : stereo
The ace and deuce of piping : vol. 3
Contents: Reels: The Flax in bloom, Corney is coming. Jigs: Cailleach an airgid, Sergeant Early's. Air and fling: The Rocks of Bawn, Kitty got a clinking coming from the races. Jigs: Old Hag you have killed me, Strop the razor. Reels: The Broken pledge, The Tempest. Jigs: The Langstern pony, Down the back lane. Reels: The Holly bush, The Last house in Connacht. Jigs: Seán Buí, Pádraig OÕKeeffeÕs. Reels: Bunker Hill, The Wind that shakes the barley. Air: The Bold Trainor O. Reels: The West wind, Seán ReidÕs fancy

Hannan, Robbie
Traditional Irish music played on the uilleann pipes / Robbie Hannan
Dublin : Claddagh: CC 53 CD, p 1990 - 1 CD : stereo
Dublin : Claddagh: 4CC 53 CD, p 1990 - 1 MC: stereo

Contents: The Flood on the Holm, Miss Monahan. Amhrán an tae = Song of the tea, Liz King's jigs. Stay another while, The College groves. The Derry hornpipe. Do you want any more?, The Gallowglass. The Rainy day, The Shaskeen. Bean dubh an ghleanna = The Dark woman of the glen. The Boys of Tanderagee, Jackson's morning brush. Jenny picking cockles, My love is in America. Darby Gallagher's, An Buachaillín buí = The Little fair-haired boy. The Salamanca, Jenny's welcome to Charlie. Dark Lochnagar. The Rambles of Kitty, When sick, is it tea you want?, The Curragh races, Trim the velvet. Chief O'Neill's. The Plains of Boyle. The Pipe on the hob, An Ghaoth aniar aneas = The South-west wind. Gorman's, Bonnie Kate, The Merry blacksmith

Henebry, ?
Heather breeze / Henebry (uilleann pipes)
(S.l.) : (s.n.), (190-?) - 1 wax cylinder : mono
Contents: Heather breeze

Henry, Kevin
One's own place : a family tradition / Kevin Henry, uilleann pipes, flute, whistle, vocals ; Maggie Healy, flute, whistle, violin ; Verona Ryan, violin ; Johnny Henry, violin ; Malachy Towey, bodhran
(Chicago?) : BogFire: BF 2001, p 1998 - 1 CD : stereo

Contents: 23 tracks (only one pipe track?) including: The bride in bed, Lady of the island. Pipe on the hob, Tom Hearte's. Biddy McGhee, The moving bogs of Powellsboro. The Ballymote, The Rooskey. Guilty or not guilty, The hellbound train, Rex. Peg Kelley's black cat. The green eye of the little yellow god. My little thachted cabin

Humours of piping / Claire Byrne, uilleann pipes ; Darragh Murphy, uilleann pipes ; Barry Kerr, uillean pipes & Patrick Davey, uilleann pipes
Lochshore: CDLDL 1299, p 2002 - 1 CD : stereo
Contents: Jim Donoghue's, The Hills of Tipperary, The Connaught heifers (reels). Frieze britches, Maguire's (jigs). Bean dubh a' ghleanna (air). Dunphy's hornpipe, The Derry hornpipe (hornpipes). O'Flaherty's Canary, O'Leary's motorbike; (jigs). The Maids of Mount Cisco, The Flogging reel, the Foxhunters reel (Reels). Marbhana luimin (air). Tomorrow morning, Murphy's Hornpipe (hornpipes). O'Rourke's, Maggie O Rafferty (reels). Garret Barry's jig, (jig). Dia do Bheatha (hymn). Ta an coileach ag fogairt an lae, The Blackthorn stick (jigs). The Wedding reel, Lucky in love (reels). Out on the road, Princess Nancy (jigs). Ag taisteal na barnan, The Boy in the gap (air and reel)

Hyde, Dermot
Pipeline / Dermoy Hyde, (uilleann pipes, whistles, vocals, small pipes) ; Tom Hake, (bouzouki, guitar, harp)
(Dublin?) : 2006, 1 CD : stereo
Contents: Thirteen years, Keelin's return. The fly on the windowsill, Nora«s dream, The auld fella, Jean's reel. Cities far away. Maid on the green. Lucky Lorcán. The trip to Skye, The maid on the green, The plains of Canada. Kisses and kind eyes. Pipeline, Conor Tully's, The trip to Sardinia. Non te namores, Nenina, Rumba de Carcacia, Verde gaio, Polka de Vilagarcia

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Irish phonograph : Irish traditional music from EMI 78's vol. 1. / (various musicians including Leo Rowsome and Ned O'Gorman, piper with the Belhavel Trio)
(London?) : EMI G.A.E: 1003, - 1 LP? : mono
Recorded 1937-1938 & 1956

Contents: Reels: Pigeon on the gate, Jenny picking cockles. Jigs: Lark on the strand, The Idle road, Paddy's return. Reels: Boys of the lough, The Green mountain. Hornpipes: Flowers of May, Silver spire. Jigs: Luck penny, Killimor. Reels: Rakish Paddy, Heather breeze. Hornpipes: The sunshine, Humours of Castle Bernard, Dick Sands'. Reels: Boys of the lough, Reavy's (Hunter's house). Set dances: Quadrilles. Jigs: Brian O'Lynn, unknown. Hornpipes: Showman's fancy, Maggie Morrissey. Reels: Cup of tea, Flogging reel. Reels: Farewell to Erin, Irish Molly, The flogging reel. Reels: The Shaskeen, Bonnie Kate, Teetotaler

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Jeffries, Adrian
Just intonational - Ceol dhá phíobaire / Billy McCormick & Adrian Jeffries (uilleann pipes)
(Sydney?) : www.irishpipes.net, 2005 - 1 CD : stereo
Contents: Ril Albanach, Mistress of the house, Gan ainm. The Brisbane jig set. Tarramundí é Alun. Cornph´iopa an bhuachalla, Port ganainm. Piper's citeog, The colliers' reel. The wedding set. Billy McCormick's, Nora Cr´iona. Dungiman ngulum nga Gubbi Gubbi caoineadh do mhuintir Gubbi Gubbi. The fairy boy. The floating crowbar, Lenihan's. The shores of Lough Bran. The ice cream set. Our hometown. Concert reels. The drunken gauger. Carnlough Bay

Keane, Tommy
Piper's apron / Tommy Keane, (uilleann pipes, whistle) Jacqueline McCarthy, concertina Tommy Hayes percussion Brendan O' Regan, syth, guitar, bouzouki, Paul Grant, guitar Henry Benagh fiddle Michael Hynes, flute
Dublin : Mulligan: , 1991 - 1 CD : stereo
Dublin : Mulligan: CLUN 052 , 1991 - 1 MC : stereo

Contents: Cliffs of Moher (Liam Walsh version), Spot the wallop (aka Wallop the spot) (jigs. The Boys of 25, The Hare's paw, The Pinch of snuff (reels, whistle). Willie's polka. Big Pat, Billy Brocker's, The Ballintra lass (reels). Will you come down to Limerick, The Piper's apron, Give us a drink of water (slip jigs). Maids of Mont Cisco, The Crooked road (reels). The Gold ring (jig). Reddigan's, Limestone rock, Miss Ramsey's (reels). Ceo na gCnoc, The Torn jacket, Miss McGuiness (reels). The Dusty miller, The silver slipper (single jigs), Willie's fling (fling). Sliabh gheal gCua (air). Down the back lane, Sergeant Early's (jigs). The Connacht heifers, The Yellow tinker, Sliabh Russell, The Connachtman's rambles, Paddy Whack (jigs). The Dublin lads, I have no money, The hairy chested frog (reels)

Keane, Tommy
Wind among the reeds / Tommy Keane, (uilleann pipes), Jacqueline McCarthy, (concertina) : with Alec Finn, (bouzouki)
Maree, Co. Galway : Maree Music: MMCCD 51, 1995 - 1 CD : stereo

Contents: The Repeal of the union, My sweetheart Jane (aka: The Life of man) (reels). The Maid at the well (aka: The Castle Street jig), The Gallowglass, Anthony Frawley's (jigs). Old Cuffe Street, Eileen Curran (reels: concertina). The Black rogue (aka: An Rógaire dubh & The Sack of potatoes), I will if I can (aka: Up and away) (jigs). Swinging on a gate, The Corner house (reels). John Henry's, Fasten the leg in her (aka: Fasten the wig on her) (jigs: whistle). The Ebb tide (The Neap tide) (hornpipe: concertina). The Cúil aodha jig, Tatter Jack Walsh (aka: Kitty of Ballinamore & To Cashel I'm going) (jigs). Banish misfortune, When the cock crows it is day (jigs). Mike Rafferty's, The Snow on the hills (reels). An Caisdeach bán (aka: The Fair-haired Cassidy) (air). The Rollicking boys around Tandragee, An Buachaill dreoite, Pull the knife and stick it again (jigs: concertina). Tory Island, Peggy on the settle (reels). The Swallow's tail, The Copperplate (reels: concertina). The Promenade, The Rocky road to Dublin (slip jigs). The West Cork reel, Paddy Fahy's (reels)

Kearney, Tommy Tommy Kearney / Tommy Kearny, uilleann pipes (Leo Rowsome set in D)
Dublin : Na Póbairí Uilleann: NPUCD 012, 2003 - 1 CD : stereo
(The master pipers : volume 2)
Recorded in 1965 by Reg Hall and in 2002 by David Power
Contents: Three part reel - The Flogging reel. Slip jig - Drops of brandy. Reel - The Fermoy lasses. Set dance - The Three sea captains. Reel - Kiss the maid behind the barrel. Air - Sliabh na mBan. Reel - The primrose lass. Jig - The Bride's favourite. Four part reel - Colonel Fraser. - Jigs - The Cook in the kitchen, The Galbally farmer. Reel - My sweetheart Jane. air - Úr-Chnoc chéin Mhic Cháinte. Set dance - Jockey at the fair. Jig - The Butcher's march. Reel - Sweet biddy of Ballyvourney. Air - The Banks of the Suir. Reel - The Bucks of Oranmore. Jig - An t-Athair Jack Walshe. Reel -The Maids of Mount Cisco. Air - Cailín Deas Crúite na mBó. Hornpipe - Madame Bonaparte. Reel - The Stone in the field. Reel - The Flogging reel. Reel - The First house in Connaught. Set-Dance - Bonaparte's retreat. Reel - Kiss the maid behind the barrel. Lullaby - The Castle of Dromore. Speech - Fr. O'Riordan, Leo Rowsome and the pipes

Keenan, Brendan
Brendan Keenan / Brendan Keenan, (uilleann pipes) ; with Thomas Keenan, (feadog mhor) ; Marie Bureau, (giotar) ; Donal Lunny (giotar, bouzouki, sinteiseoir, bodhan)
Dublin : Gael Linn: CEF 106, p 1984 - 1 LP : stereo

Contents: Jenny's chickens. Tipsy sailor. Oak tree. Horlgarlaten. My lagan love. Bobby Casey's. Brendan's test. Brendan's fancy. Brendan's jig. Flight of the butterfly. Sunshine hornpipe. Cad e sin don te sin. Saddle the pony. The hunt

Keenan, Paddy
Doublin' / Paddy Glackin, violin Paddy Keenan, uilleann pipes
Dublin : Tara: 2007, p 1978 - 1 LP : stereo
Dublin : Tara: 4TA 2007, p 1978 - 1 MC : stereo

Contents: The Mountain road, The Congress reel. The Plains of Boyle, Cronin's hornpipe. Castle Kelly. The Bunch of keys. Tripping up the stairs. Fraher's jig. Jenny's welcome to Charlie. The Boyne hunt, Toss the feathers. The Dublin reel, The Woman of the house. The Sporting pitchfork. The Rambling pitchfork. Last nights fun, The Salamanca. My darling asleep, Garrett Barry's jig. Roisin dubh. The Old bush, The Bucks of Oranmore

Keenan, Paddy
Long grazing acre / Paddy Keenan, uilleann pipes, low whistle ; Tommy O'Sullivan, guitar, vocals ...
(Boston?) : HoT Conya: HCR 001, p 2001 - 1 CD : stereo

Contents: Jigs: The Lost and found, The Hag at the churn, The Wind off the lake. Tunes: Eimhin's, Cahirs kitchen. song: The Maids of Culmore. Reels: O'Rourkes, The Spike Island lassies, Lord McDonalds. Tune: Jutland. Jigs: Brother John, The Pavee jig. Song: Stranger to himself. Jigs: Sliabh Russell, The Blarney pilgrim, The Clare jig. Tune: Mary Bravender. Reels: Antara, The Twirly haired girl, The Mountain road. Song: Killing the blues. Jigs: Kitty O'Shea's, The Kerry jig

Keenan, Paddy
Na keen affair / Paddy Keenan, uilleann pipes
(Boston?) : HoT Conya:?, p 1997 - 1 CD : stereo

Contents: Reels: Jenny's wedding, Cregg's pipes. Hornpipe: Cuckoo's nest. Reels: The Flagstone of memories, Andersons, Molly Dawn. Air: Keldevile air. Reels: Corner house, Paddy Taylor's (Tripping up the stairs) Reevey's. Polkas: Herb Reid's, She said couldn't dance, Shootin' the bull. Hornpipes: Dinny O'Brien's, Garden of daisies. Reels: Andy McGann's, The Old copperplate. Air: Johnny's tune, for the Avalon. Reels: Scotch Mary, Earl's chair, Pigeon on the gate. Jig: Out on the ocean. Reels: Bonnie Kate, Rakish Paddy, Ivy leaf

Keenan, Paddy
Paddy Keenan / Paddy Keenan, uilleann pipes John Keenan, banjo Thomas Keenan, tin whistle Paddy Glackin, violin
Dublin : Gael-Linn: CEF 045, p 1975 - 1 LP : stereo
Dublin : Gael-Linn: CEFC 045, p 1985 - 1 MC : stereo

Contents: An Long gaile (The Steampacket), Cor Mhic Leoid (McLeod's reel). Braoiníní Brannda (Drops of brandy). An Fhuiseog 'sa Dumhach (The Lark in the strand). Pléaráca Bhaile uí Chonaill (The Humours of Ballyconnell), Scaipeadh na gCleití (Toss the feathers). Cornphíopa Dhonnchaidh (Dunphy's hornpipe), An Árd Mhín (The High level) Tarbolton, Bailitheoir Longphoirt (The Longford collector). Barbara Allen. Pinginí is prás (Coppers and brass), An Gabhal siúlach (The Rambling pitchfork). A hAon sa dó na píobaireachta (The Ace and deuce of piping). An Londubh (The Blackbird). Obair an Aistir) (The Job of journeywork). Slán le héirinn (Farewell to Erin), An Iníon is óige (The Youngest daughter). Port Pheaidí Keenan (Paddy Keenan's jig). Drioball na Fáinleoige (The Swallow's tail). An téireannach Fiáin (The Wild Irishman), Boinéad an tSeoltóra (The Sailor's bonnet). Colonel Fraser, Tá mo Ghrá i Meiriceá (My love is in Amerikay)

Keenan, Paddy
Port an pióbairth / Paddy Keenan, uilleann pipes, tin whistle Arty McGlynn, guitar
Dublin : Gael-Linn: CEF 099, p 1983 - 1 LP : stereo
Dublin : Gael-Linn: CEF CD 099, p 1983 - 1 CD : stereo

Contents: Condon's frolics, The Eavesdropper. The Factory girl. Man of the house. The Maid behind the bar, O'Rourke's, Eilish Brogan. The Monaghan twig, Collier's. The Ballintore jig. Marig ar pollanton, Cahir's kitchen. Máirseáil Uí Néill = O'Neill's march. Jezaique. The Green gates, George White's favourite. Cape Clear

Kelly, Willie see:
Power, David
Apples in winter / David Power, Willie Kelly


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Laban, Peter>BR> They'll be good yet / Kitty Hayes, concertina & Peter Laban, uilleann pipes (Geoff Wooff C set 1982)
Miltown Malbay, Clare : P. Laban & K. Hayes, 2005 - 1 CD : stereo
Recorded September 21 & 28, 2005

Contents: The Newport lass, Mist on the meadow, The Legacy. The Concert reel, The Hare's paw, Garret Barry's reel. The Humours of Tulla, Tear the Callico. The Girl that broke my heart, The Sligo maid. The Wandering minstrel, Fasten the leg in her. Hills of Coore, The Stack of oats. The Pigeon on the gate, The Drunken landlady, Sporting Nell. Winnie Hayes', The Rose in the heather. Corney is coming, An Bhean tincŽaram The Collier's reel. Na Ceannabh‡in bh‡na, Hardiman the fiddler. 'Ar ƒirinn ni 'neosfainn ce hi. John Egan's 1 and John Egan's 2. The Porthole of the Kelp, The Maids of Mitchellstown. Lost and found, The Haunted house, The Luthrad‡n. The Mountain top, Tom Ward's downfall, The Honeymoon reel

Lambe, Eugene
Trip to Fanore : traditional music on pipes, flute and tin whistle / Eugene Lambe, (uilleann pipes, flute, whistle)
(Dublin?) : G.T.D.: C 106, (1991) - 1 MC : stereo

Contents: Jigs: Tone row, Luck penny. Reels: Flags of Dublin, Paddy Mills dream. Air: Amhrán na leabhar. Reels: Drunken tinker, Convenience. Jenny Lind, Back of the haggard. Reels: Scanlon's swattler, The Five mile chase. Maids of Mitchellstown, Silver slipper, Dusty miller. Air: An páistín fionn. Hornpipes: Trip to Fanore, Dwyer's. Air: Sé fath mo bhuartha. Reels: The Girl that broke my heart, Bobby Casey's. Reels: Braes of Busby, Dublin lads. Jigs: Pipe on the hob, King of the pipers, Scully Casey's

Lavin, Jim
Ceol an mhále / Jim Lavin, (uilleann pipes by Michael Carney)
(Dublin?) : G.T.D.: 010, (199-?) - 1 MC : stereo

Contents:?

Lees, Watkin
Trip over the mountain / Watkin Lees, uilleann pipes (made by Dave Williams) ; Jim Byrne, guitar ; Jim Sutherland, percussion ; Tom Smith, mandolin & mandola
Lismor: LCOM 5288, p 2002 - 1 CD : stereo
Contents: Jigs: Tatter Jack Walsh, Doon hamer, Monaghan jig. Reels: Union reel, Peter Street, Green garters. Slow air: An Bonnan bui. Mazurkas: Sonny's mazurka, Shoe the donkey. Hornpipes: Spellan the fiddler, Alexander's hornpipe. Jigs: King's fancy, Statia Donnelly. Breton set. Waltzes: MacLean's waltz, The Trip over the mountain. Slow air & polka: An Chuileann, Unknown. Jigs: Blue angel, The Bank of turf, The Kaiser. Reels: MacDermott's reel no. 1, Hand me down the tackle. Hornpipes: Hawk, New century. Jigs: Wheels of the world, O'Leary's motorbike, MacSnap's jig..

Light through the leaves : (traditional Irish wind instrumentals) : (recorded during trips to New England and the Mid-West between 1976 and 1978) / Tim Britton, uilleann pipes ; Larry McCullough, tin whistle ; Noel Rice, flute ; Bill Ochs, tin whistle, uilleann pipes ; Al Purcell, uilleann pipes ; Mar Roberts, flute ; Richard Hughes, flute ; Mike Rafferty, flute
Somerville, MA : Rounder: 6014, p 1983 - 1 LP : stereo

Contents: Tim Britton, pipes: Rook's secret. The light through the leaves. The Walls of Liscarroll. Larry McCullough, whistle: The Concert reel. The Longford reel. Noel Rice, flute: The Humours of Ballyloughlin. Bill Ochs, whistle: Seán Reid's. Sean sa cheo. Al Purcell, pipes: The Dear Irish boy. Mark Roberts, flute: Connie Connell's. Richard Hughes, flute: The Banks of the lea. Larry McCullough, whistle: The Humours of Allegheny. A Ghost of his former self. Mike Rafferty, flute: Gerry Commane's, Paddy Taylor's. Larry McCullough, whistle: Jim Neary's. The Banks of Lough Gamhna. Noel Rice, flute: Rice's flute, Ríl bheara. Al Purcell, pipes: Se fáth mo bhuartha. Richard Hughes, flute: McMahon's fancy. Bill Ochs, pipes: Jackson's frieze coat, Bobby Gardner's. Mark Roberts, whistle: O'Beirne's. The Old bust. Tim Britton, pipes: The Earl's chair. Larry Redigan's

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Mac Mathúna, Pádraic
Blas na meala=Hives of honeyed sound / Pádraic Mac Mathúna, uilleann pipes (B set by Nick Adams, 1930's D set by Leo Rowsome) : Henry Benagh, violin Noel O'Grady, bousouki Seán Keane, violin ...
Dublin : Gael-Linn: CEFC 157, (1992) - 1 MC : stereo
Dublin : Gael-Linn: CEFCD 157, (1992) - 1 CD : stereo

Contents: The Rainy day, The Queen of the May, The First month of summer (reels). Scully Casey's jig, Old Tipperary (jigs). An tSeanbhean bhocht, Murphy's hornpipe (hornpipes). Sporting Paddy, Johnny Henry, Kitty's gone a milking, Rolling in the rye grass (reels). The Bright lady (air). Statia Donnelly , The Munster jig , Seán buí (jigs). The Maids of Mitchellstown, The Star of Munster, Fred Finn's (reels). The Boys on the hilltop, The Boys of Ballisodare (reels). Aisling gheal (slow air). The Maid in the meadow, The Merry harriers, The Master's return (reels). Palm Sunday, The King of the pipers (jigs). The Tennesse waltz, Keep the old ark rolling (waltz, reel). The Fair haired boy, Millener's daughter, The Laurel tree (reels). Billy McCormack's, Garret Barry's, Strop the razor (jigs). The Parting glass (slow air)

Markey, Daniel
Churchyard of Creggan ... / Daniel Markey, (uilleann pipes)
(Ireland) : , - (190-?), 1 Ediphone cylinder recording
Deposited with the Folklore commision during the 1930's
Ref.: An píobaire: vol. 2, no. 5, Meán Fómhair 1979, p. (3): Music from the Feis Ceol by Breandan Breathnach

Contents: The Churchyard of Creggan (aka: Uir chill an Chreagain) (song air)

Martin, Phil
Green castle hornpipe ... / Phil Martin, (uilleann pipes by McCrone with 16 inch chanter)
(Dublin?) : Regal-Zonophone: IZ 711 - (193-?) - 1 78 rpm single : mono
Ref.: An píobaire: vol. 3, no. 26, May 1996, p. 24: Phil Martin - the piper of Ballagh, Co. Fermanagh by Ken McLeod

Contents: Hornpipes. The Green castle hornpipe. The Quarrelsome piper, Harvest home. The Cup of tea. The Floggin' reel

Martin, Tommy
Uilleann piper / Tommy Martin, (uilleann pipes)
Dublin: Tre Records, 1999? - 1 CD : stereo

Contents: The dawn, Buckley's fancy. Sir Festus Burke. The shaskeen, The flax in bloom. Poor but happy at 53, Tom Martin's reel. Mick Hand's polka, Yannick's gavotte. Jenny's folly, The merry thatcher. Sir Sidney Smith's march. Father O'Flynn, Dinny Delaney's jig. The jolly tinker, John Kelly's reel. An clár bog déil. Splendid,solation, The copperplate reels

Masterson, Declan
Deireadh an fhómhair=End of the harvest / Declan Masterson, (uilleann pipes, bousouki, whistle ...)
Dublin : Gael-Linn: CEFCD 148, p 1990 - 1 CD : stereo

Contents: Jimmy O'Reilly's, Pretty girls of Mayo, Hand me down the tackle (reels). Paddy O'Brien's. Tumble the tinker (jigs). Bean dubh an ghleanna, Bonaparte's retreat (air, set dance). Collier's, Miss Mary O'Neill's fancy, The Green garters (reels). An Buachaill dreoite (fling). End of the harvest suite: End of the harvest, Burn the stubble, Sweethearts (slow reel, jig, reel). Leg of the duck, An Ghaoth aniar aneas, The Girl from the big house (jigs). The wounded huzzar (slow air). Out on the road, Seán Maguire's, The Maid in the meadow (reels). The Elk's festival, Paddy O'Brien's (hornpipes). Larry Redican's, The Foxhunters (slip jigs). By the waters edge suite: By the waters edge, The Emigrants march, The Tourist (slow air, march, hornpipe)

Masterson, Declan Fairwater=Fionnuisce / Declan Masterson, uilleann pipes, whistles, low whistles ... ; Anthony Drennan, electric guitar ; Denis Woods, keyboards and programming ; John Donnelly, drums
1 CD : stereo
Recorded 1990 and 1996
Contents: Stay and have another one, Liscannor reel, My love is in America : reels. O'Carolan's Concerto. Bryan O'Lynn, Woods of old Limerick : jigs. Island home. éirigh a shúir. Concert reel, The Spike Island lasses : reels. Woodcock Hill, The Queen of May : hornpipes. The Rocky road to Dublin : slip jig. Griffin from the bridge : Slow reel. Lacken Hill, My sweetheart Jane : reels. Cailín na gruaige doinne (aka: Cailín na gruaige báine : Air. An Buachaill dreoite, Old hag at the kiln, Alastruims march : jigs. Galecian waltzes. Jackson's, Cliffs Of Moher, The Miller's maggot : Jigs. Mike Rafferty's, Down the broom / The Crooked road : reels. The Caterpillar : slip jig. Fairwater, Island home : suite

Masterson, Declan
Tropical trad / Declan Masterson, uilleann pipes, ... Keith Donald, soprano saxophone Frank Hogan, mandola Noel Eccles, percussion
(Dublin?) : Stark: SMCD 1093, p 1993 - 1 CD : stereo
(Dublin?) : Stark: SMC 1093, p 1993 - 1 MC : stereo

Contents: Tropical trad (piece). Down the back lane, Kit O'Mahony's (jigs). Ravelled hank of yarn, Picking the spuds (reels). The Kildare fancy, Jimmy Reilly's (hornpipes). Young Tom Ennis, King of the pipers (jigs). Aislinh gheal (air). The Mistress, John Kelly's (reels). When you go home, Caterpillar (jigs). Jack Rowe's, The Gooseberry bush(reels). Lady Gethin. The Munster bank, The Mile bush (polkas). The Boys of the town, James Kelly's, Bertie Cunnion's (jigs). Conor Tully's, The Chattering magpie (reels). The Hibernian, Contentment is wealth, Katie's fancy (jigs). The Camber lassies, Crowley's, James Kelly's (reels). Full moon, Trail of tears, Keep her going (slow reel, air, march)

McAloon, Seán
Drops of brandy : traditional Irish music / played by Seán McAloon, uillean pipes and fiddle John Rea, dulcimer
London : Topic: 12TS287, p 1976 - 1 LP : stereo
Recorded 1970

Contents: Jigs: The Maid in the meadow, The Castlebar races, Trip to the cottage. Reels: The Mountain lark, Crooked road to Dublin. Jigs: Jackson's drum, Jackson's mistake, Jackson's coagy. Air: Blind Mary. Hornpipes: Madame Bonaparte, O'Dwyer's hornpipe. Reels: Crowley's no 1, Crowley's no 2. Jigs: Moloney's, Paddy O'Brien's. Reels: First house in Connaught, The Copperplate. Air: An Buachaill caol dubh=The Dark and slender boy, Slip jig: Drops of brandy. Reels: Coil the hawser, Lord McDonald's. Hornpipes: Alexandria's, Higgin's. Reels: The Sligo maid, Sheehan's. Jigs: Wandering minstrel, Katy is waiting, The Basket of shamrocks. Hornpipes: Tim the turncoat, The Quarrelsome piper. Jig: The Old siege of Valencia, The Lark in the morning

McAuliffe, James C. (Cornelius?)
Blackbird / James C. McAuliffe, (uilleann pipes)
New York: Edison: 7712, February, 1901 - 1 wax cylinder: mono

Contents: The Blackbird

McAuliffe, James C. (Cornelius?)
Campbells are coming / James C. McAuliffe, (uilleann pipes)
New York: Columbia: 31602, September, 1901 - 1 wax cylinder: mono

Contents: The Campbells are coming

McAuliffe, James C. (Cornelius?)
Cock o' the north / James C. McAuliffe, (uilleann pipes)
New York: Columbia: 31600, September, 1901 - 1 wax cylinder: mono

Contents: The Cock o' the north

McAuliffe, James C. (Cornelius?)
Coulin / James C. McAuliffe, (uilleann pipes)
New York: Edison: 7716, February, 1901 - 1 wax cylinder: mono

Contents: The Coulin

McAuliffe, James C. (Cornelius?)
Dirge of the Carlin / James C. McAuliffe, (uilleann pipes)
New York: Edison: 7714, February, 1901 - 1 wax cylinder: mono

Contents: The dirge of the Carlin

McAuliffe, James C. (Cornelius?)
Donneybrook Fair / James C. McAuliffe, (uilleann pipes)
New York: Edison: 7231, June - 30 September, 1899 - 1 wax cylinder: mono

Contents: Donnybrook Fair

McAuliffe, James C. (Cornelius?)
Donneybrook Fair / James C. McAuliffe, (uilleann pipes)
London: Edison: 12882, January, 1904 - 1 wax cylinder: mono

Contents: Donnybrook Fair jig

McAuliffe, James C. (Cornelius?)
Highland laddie march / James C. McAuliffe, (uilleann pipes)
New York: Columbia: 31601, September, 1901 - 1 wax cylinder: mono

Contents: Highland laddie march

McAuliffe, James C. (Cornelius?)
Maid of the beach / James C. McAuliffe, (uilleann pipes)
New York: Edison: 7713, February, 1901 - 1 wax cylinder: mono

Contents: The maid of the beach

McAuliffe, James C. (Cornelius?)
Minstrel boy / James C. McAuliffe, (uilleann pipes)
New York: Edison: 7229, June - 30 September, 1899 - 1 wax cylinder: mono

Contents: The Minstrel boy

McAuliffe, James C. (Cornelius?)
Minstrel boy / James C. McAuliffe, (uilleann pipes)
New York: Edison: 8487, September, 1903 - 1 wax cylinder: mono

Contents: The Minstrel boy

McAuliffe, James C. (Cornelius?)
Miss McCloud's reel / James C. McAuliffe, (uilleann pipes)
New York: Edison: 7230, June - 30 September, 1899 - 1 wax cylinder: mono

Contents: The Miss McCloud's reel

McAuliffe, James C. (Cornelius?)
Miss McCloud's reel : bagpipe solo : Scotch airs / James C. McAuliffe, (uilleann pipes)
New York: Edison: 8184, October, 1902 - 1 wax cylinder: mono

Contents: The Miss McCloud's reel

McAuliffe, James C. (Cornelius?)
O'Donnell Abu / James C. McAuliffe, (uilleann pipes)
New York: Edison: 7715, February, 1901 - 1 wax cylinder: mono

Contents: O'Donnell abu

McAuliffe, James C. (Cornelius?)
Paddy on the turnpike / James C. McAuliffe, (uilleann pipes)
New York: Edison: 7504, August, 1901 - 1 wax cylinder: mono

Contents: Paddy on the turnpike

McAuliffe, James C. (Cornelius?)
Paddy on the turnpike : Irish reel / James C. McAuliffe, (uilleann pipes)
London: Edison: 12881, January, 1904 - 1 wax cylinder: mono

Contents: Paddy on the turnpike

McAuliffe, James C. (Cornelius?)
Pigeon on the gate / James C. McAuliffe, (uilleann pipes)
New York: Edison: 7653, January, 1901 - 1 wax cylinder: mono

Contents: The pigeon on the gate

McAuliffe, James C. (Cornelius?)
Pretty maid milking her cow / James C. McAuliffe, (uilleann pipes)
New York: Edison: 7719, February, 1901 - 1 wax cylinder: mono

Contents: The pretty maid milking her cow

McAuliffe, James C. (Cornelius?)
Pretty maid milking her cow / James C. McAuliffe, (uilleann pipes)
London: Edison: 12880, January, 1904 - 1 wax cylinder: mono

Contents: The pretty maid milking her cow

McAuliffe, James C. (Cornelius?)
Red haired man's wife / James C. McAuliffe, (uilleann pipes)
New York: Edison: 7718, February, 1901 - 1 wax cylinder: mono

Contents: The red haired man's wife

McAuliffe, James C. (Cornelius?)
Rights of man / James C. McAuliffe, (uilleann pipes)
New York: Edison: 7717, February, 1901 - 1 wax cylinder: mono

Contents: The rights of man

McAuliffe, James C. (Cornelius?)
Stack of barley / James C. McAuliffe, (uilleann pipes)
New York: Edison: 7232, June - 30 September, 1899 - 1 wax cylinder: mono

Contents: The Stack of barley

McCarthy, Seán
Halcyon days / Saen McCarthy, uilleann pipes
Cork : ? , 2010? - 1 CD : stereo

Contents: Boyne hunt, The Wind that shakes the barley. Queen of the rushes, Up and about in the morning. The Dunmore lasses. Trip To Athlone, Paidin O'Rafferty. The Cuckoo's nest. Seán O'Duibhir A'ghleanna. Jenny's welcome to Charlie. Kitty's rambles, When sick is it tea you want. The Kerry Jig. Byrne's hornpipe, The Standing Abbey. Spórt, The Rolling wave. Strawberry blossom, Peter Street

McCarthy, Tommy
Sporting Nell : concertina, uilleann pipes & tin whistle / Tommy McCarthy
Maree, Co. Galway : Maree Music: MMCCD 52, p 1997 - 1 CD : stereo

Contents: 18 tracks whereof five with uilleann pipes: Martin Wynne's no. 1, Paddy Taylor's (reels). The Limestone rock, The Road to Lisdoonvarna (reels). Jenny picking Cockles, The Floating crowbar (reels). Chief O'Neill's Favourite, Byrne's (hornpipes). Cherish the ladies (jig)

McCormick, William
Merry blacksmith / William McCormick (uilleann pipes) and Jospeh Sullivan (violin)
New York : Columbia: 33192-F, (192-?) - 1 10 78 rpm : mono

Contents: The Merry blacksmith. Fair Athenry. Touhy's favourite hornpipe

McCormick, Billy
Just intonational - Ceol dhá phíobaire / Billy McCormick & Adrian Jeffries (uilleann pipes)
(Sydney?) : www.irishpipes.net, 2005 - 1 CD : stereo
Contents: Ril Albanach, Mistress of the house, Gan ainm. The Brisbane jig set. Tarramundí é Alun. Cornph´iopa an bhuachalla, Port ganainm. Piper's citeog, The colliers' reel. The wedding set. Billy McCormick's, Nora Cr´iona. Dungiman ngulum nga Gubbi Gubbi caoineadh do mhuintir Gubbi Gubbi. The fairy boy. The floating crowbar, Lenihan's. The shores of Lough Bran. The ice cream set. Our hometown. Concert reels. The drunken gauger. Carnlough Bay

McFadden, Gerry
Drones from the black mountain / Gerry McFadden (uilleann pipes)
Cork : Outlet: OAS 3031, p 1980 - 1 LP : stereo

Contents: John Ryan's polka. Lark in the morning. Belfast hornpipe, Derry hornpipe. Coulin. Merrily kissed the quaker. Foxhunter's jig. Fermoy lasses. Roisin dubh. Ace & deuce of pipering. March of the King of Laois. Boys of Bluehill, Chief O'Neills favourite. Croppy boy. Drops of brandy. Planxty Irwin, Si beag. Lark in the clear air. Heather breeze, Boys of the town, Off to California

McGoldrick, Michael
Morning Rory / Michael McGoldrick, (flute, uilleann pipes, low whistles ...) (Dave Williams left handed D-set, stolen at Sidmouth Folk festival 1997, purchased back in September 1997)
London : Smallworld, July 1996 - 1 CD : stereo
(Note: not indexed as unsure of which are pipe tunes)

Contents: Jenny picking cockles, The Earl's chair. The Glens of Aherlow, Trip to Hervé's. The Copperplate, The Green mountain, The Controversial. The History man. Knocknamoe jig, Custy's, Trip to Brittany. Peter Brown's, Mamma's pet, Sailor on the rock. My mind will never be easy, Baby Rory's slip jig. Larkin's beehive, Andy McGann's, The amazing adventures of Dr. Moriarty. Gan anim, Laverty's 1, Laverty's 2, September reel. The Maid of Monsico, The Galway rambler. The Dub reel

McHugh, Joe
Long finger=Mhéar fhada : uilleann pipes & hammer dulcimer / Joe McHugh, (uilleann pipes), Barry Carroll, (hammer dulcimer)
Dublin : JMB: 001, (1992) - 1 CD: stereo
Dublin : (JMB: 001?), (1992) - 1 MC: stereo

Contents: The Maho snaps, O'Meallys, Terry Lane's. The Drogheda march & slip jig. Bonnie Anne, The Hollybush,. Keefe's, The Star above the garter. Pipes solo: The Geese in the bog, The Humours of Glin, Kiss the maid behind the barrel. Three Fermanagh polkas. Maguire, & Patterson's. The Beauty spot, The Dublin porter. Marchu entranzado, Gallagher's march. Caillin na gruiage doinne. Byrne's, Spillane's fiddle. Dulcimer solo: Bruacha an tsulláin, The 21, Swing swang. The Man from Bundoran. The Green hills of Tyrol, The Monaghan twig, Jackson's

McHugh, Joe
Slua nua=Open door / Joe McKenna, (uilleann pipes Joe McHugh, (uilleann pipes) Antoinette McKenna, (harp, vocals) ...
Ho-Ho-Kus, N.J. : Shanachie: SH 79082, p 1993 - 1 CD : stereo
Ho-Ho-Kus, N.J. : Shanachie: SHAN 79082, p 1993 - 1 MC : stereo

Contents: 11 tracks?

McKenna, Joe
At home : traditional music of Ireland featuring Irish pipes, harp and vocals / Joe McKenna, uilleann pipes, whistles, accordion Antoinette McKenna, harp, vocals ... Ho-Ho-Kus, N.J. : Shanachie: 29016, p 1980 - 1 LP : stereo

Contents: Bird in the tree, The Sunny banks (reels). Willie Archer (song). Planxty Fanny Power. The Old bush, Within a mile of Dublin (reels). I'll give my love a breast of glass (air). Sean bhean bhocht, The Fancy fair (hornpipes). Waves are rolling, The Monaghan jig (air and jig). Reynardine (song). The Silver spear, The Crooked road to Dublin (reels). Sliabh na mban (song). The Travelling slide, The Old favourite, Johnny Mickey's (slides)

McKenna, Joe
Farewell to fair weather / Joe McKenna, uilleann pipes, whistles, accordion Antoinette McKenna, harp, vocals ...
Ho-Ho-Kus, N.J. : Shanachie: SHAN 79043, p 1986 - 1 LP : stereo

Contents?

McKenna, Joe
Magenta music / Joe McKenna, uilleann pipes, whistles, accordion, piano Antoinette McKenna, harp, vocals ...
Ho-Ho-Kus, N.J. : Shanachie: SH 79076, p 1991 - 1 CD : stereo
Ho-Ho-Kus, N.J. : Shanachie: SHAN 79076, p 1991 - 1 MC : stereo

Contents: Up and away. The Doran rug. The Fleadh arms. Jack in the box. Home in the country. Conversation. Round the house. Off to the circus. Escape fron Spiddal. Fear a bhata. Wallfalling. End of winter. Morning after love. Dawn chorus. Tapestry

McKenna, Joe
Slua nua=Open door / Joe McKenna, (uilleann pipes Joe McHugh, (uilleann pipes) Antoinette McKenna, (harp, vocals) ...
Ho-Ho-Kus, N.J. : Shanachie: SH 79082, p 1993 - 1 CD : stereo
Ho-Ho-Kus, N.J. : Shanachie: SHAN 79082, p 1993 - 1 MC : stereo

Contents: Happy to meet sorry to part. Cliffs of Moher. Eavesdropper. The Curious cat (J.McKenna). The Open door. Innisher. Foggy dew. Drops of brandy. The Blacksmith's reel. Rapids (A. McKenna). Jig of stops. Ó ró Song of the sea. The Tabby reel. Young Joe Bob's parting glass. Rainmaker. Clara's vale. "The Session" Brereton's. Seán Seery's. Tá mé 'mo shui. John Welsh's (John Welsh). Bill Sullivan's

McKenna, Joe
Traditional music of Ireland : Irish pipes and harp / Joe McKenna, uilleann pipes : Antoinette McKenna, harp, vocals
Ho-Ho-Kus, N.J. : Shanachie: 29011, p 1978 - 1 LP : stereo
Ho-Ho-Kus, N.J. : Shanachie: SHAN 29011, p 1978 - 1 MC : stereo

Contents: Travers reels. Fred's favorite, Coppers and brass. The Eagle's whistle. Fishers hornpipe. Groves hornpipe. An Droimeann donn dilis. Speed the plow, Lady's pantalettes. The Lonely boat. Jenny's welcome to Charlie, Toss the feathers. Humours of Derrykissane, Pay the reckoning, Banish misfortune. The Man of the house. Dunmore lasses, Ivy leaf. The Bank of Ireland, Shaskeen reel. The Contradiction. Gartan mother's lullaby. Ride a mile, Drops of brandy

McKeon, Gay
Dusty miller / Gay, Conor & Seán McKeon, (uilleann pipes)
Dublin: , 200? - 1 CD : stereo

Contents: Reels: The Blackthorn stick, Tansey's favourite, Barr na cúille. Hop jig: Comb your hair and curl it, The Dusty miller. Reels: Lady Gordon's, Ceo na gCnoc, The Boyne hunt. Slow air: Marbha luimní. March: March of the high king of Laois. Reels: Pretty girls of Mayo, The Jolly tinker. Jigs: Palm Sunday, I ne'er shall wean her, Strike the gay harp. Flings: Caisleán Dhún Guaire, Pat Ward's. Reels: Tomeen O Dea's, The Leitrim bucks. Slow air: An Spéic seoigheach. Jigs: The Humours of Lisheen, The Gallowglass, The Cordal. Reels: The Wind that shakes the barley, Gareth Barry's, The Flags of Dublin. Hornpipes: An tSean Bhean Bhocht, Buck from the mountain. Reels: The Humours of Carraigholt, The West wind. Tom Billy's, The Hag at the churn, The Horsehoe

McKeon, Gay (Gabriel)
Irish piping tradition / Gay McKeon, (uilleann pipes) (D-set & a Coyne C-set)
(Dublin?) : Access Prod.: CDGMK 001, p 1997 - 1 CD : stereo

Contents: Lord Gordon's, Trim the velvet : reels. The First slip, Moll roe, The Piper's apron : slip jigs. Lord Mayo : slow air. Big Pat's, I'm waiting for you : reels. Brian O'Lynn, Gillan's apples : jigs. Frank Roche's favourite, Peter Street : set dance, reel. The Tailor's twist, The Ballyoran hornpipe : hornpipes. Farewell to Erin, The Glen road to Carrick : reels. The Monaghan jig, Francis Aucoin : jigs. The Garden of the daisies : set dance. Never was piping so gay, An Gliomach, Gilbert Clancy's : reels. The Plains of Boyle, The Independent : hornpipes. The Gallowglass, An Buachaill dreoite : jigs. Slán le máigh : slow air. The Maid in the cherry tree, Colonel Frazer : reels

McKeon, Seán
Dublin made me: traditional Irish music on uilleann pipes & fiddle / Liam O'Connor, fiddle, viola & Seán McKeon, uilleann pipes ; Ciaran Mordaunt, percussion
Dublin : Na Píbairí Uilleann NPUCD 017, 2009 - 1 CD : stereo

Contents: The Races of Ballyhouley (march). The Leitrim thrush, John Dwyer's (reels). The Pipe on the hob, An Buachaill’n buí (jigs). Táimse i m'Chodladh is ná dúistear mé (air). Mrs. Galvin's, Billy Connor's (reels). The Maid on the green, The Humours of Glin, Paddy Killoran's (Jigs). The Kerry jig (single jig). The Ladies' bonnet, The Pinch of snuff (reels). Murphy's, The Kilfenora reel (reels). The Drunken gauger, Trim the velvet, The Sweet briar (jigs). The Knotted cord, The Stony steps (reels). The Hunt, An Súisín bán (set dances). The Duke of Leinster (reel). Ancient Irish war march (march). Paddy Killoran's, The Merry harriers (reels)

McNamara, Brian
Piper's dream / Brian McNamara, uilleann pipes: C set by Geoff Wooff made in 1997, D set by Peter Maguire made in 1979, C chanter (tracks 8 and 13) by Andreas Rogge made in 1999 : Deirdre McNamara, concertina ; Michael Rooney, harp ; Jens Kommnick, guitar
(Dublin?): Drumlin, p 2000 - 1 CD : stereo
Contents: Jigs: The Newport lasses, The Gander in the pratie hole, When sick is it tea you want? Hornpipes: An tSean bhean bhocht, The Tailors twist. Reels: The Old bush, Jennys wedding. Jigs: Seán buí, Tap the barrel, Nearys jig, Haul her across the road. Air: Ní ar chnoc ná ar isleacht. Jigs: The Beauties of Ireland, Under the willows she is sleeping, The Old Figaree. Reel: Colonel Frazer. Single jigs: Stoney Batter, The Templehouse, Griers 37, Air: An Bonnán Buí, Reels: Satin slipper, Our House at home, Jacksons hi ho. Hornpipe: The Groves. Reels: The Braes of Busby, Sean Reids favourite. Slip Jig: Gustys frolics. Air: Loch na gCaor. Jigs: My Former wife. Sergeant Earlys jig. Reels: The Torn jacket, My love is fair and handsome, Sporting Kate. Reel: The Morning thrush

McNamara, Brian
Reed only / Brian McNamara, (uilleann pipes) & Tim Collins, (concertina)
: Drumlin Records, p 2007 Ð 1 CD : stereo

Contents: Aggie Whyte's reel. The small hills of Offaly. The widow's daughter, The Ballinacourty. Snug in the blanket, The good natured man. The west end, The Wexford lassies. Biddy from Muckross. Spike Island lassies, Ag taisteal na Blárnan (Traveling through Blarney), The nine pint coggie. Sailing into Walpole's marsh. The beauty spot, Petticoat loose. Cró na nGabhar, The boys on the hilltop. The cashmere shawl. The sunny banks, Fasten the leg in. Westering home. Tell her I am, Johnny Cope, The lady's cup of tea. The basket of oysters. The Kerry lassie, The wearied lad. The humours of Rahey, The bright lady, The return to Burton Road. Do you want anymore?. The humours of Glen, John Kelly's concertina reel. Our house at home. The Ballynacally reel

McNulty, Pat
Autumn apples / Pat McNulty, uilleann pipes
Cork : Ossian: OSS 64, (1993) - 1 MC : stereo

Contents: 14 tracks of solo piping?

McNulty, Pat
Uilleann pipes : traditional music of Ireland / Pat McNulty, uilleann pipes
(London?) : Silver Hill: PSH 103, p 1975 - 1 LP : stereo
Cork : Ossian: OSS 71, (199-?) - 1 MC : stereo

Contents: Gold ring (jig). Blind Mary (air). Black rogue, Nora Greene (jigs). Independent, The Star (hornpipes). Taimse mo chodhladh (air). First house in Connaught, Killabeg House (reels). Moll roe, Humours of Derrycrosane (slip jigs). Bright white sea-gulls (air). Caroline O'Neill's (hornpipe). The Boy in the gap, The Beauty spot (reels). Hewlett (O'Carolan piece). Mountains of Pomeroy, Fairy revels (marches)

McSherry, John
Soma / John McSherry, (uilleann pipes) ; Ruben Bada (bouzouki, guitar), Joanne McSherry (fiddle), Donal O'Connor (keys, fiddle), Francis McIlduff (bodhran), Paul McSherry (guitar), Tony Byrne (guitar) Israel Sanchez (drums)
(Belfast?): 2010 - 1 CD : stereo

Contents: An bhean chaointe. Down the back lane, Atlantic Drive. The Gulf of Mexico, The Hop jig, The Stone of destiny. Badai na scadan. The wave sweeper. The Rambles of Kitty, Miss Ramsey's, Mary Bergins. The Road to Dornava, The Maid of Murlough. Aisling gael. In full swing, The Slide from grace, Nora Criona, The Slip into Maddens. McSherry's waltz, Over the camel's hump, Aille's antics

Mitchell, Pat
Uilleann pipes / Pat Mitchell, uilleann pipes
London : Topic: 12TS294, p 1976 - 1 LP : stereo
Cork : Ossian: OSS 71, (199-?) - 1 MC : stereo
Recorded 1975 and 1976

Contents: Garret Barry's, The Virginia. Sullivan's march. Concertina reel. Lord Mayo. College groves. Port Liadroma, Seán Tiobraid Arann. Star of Munster. Frieze breeches. Frieze breeches . Máirseáil Alas druim. Willie's single. Kildare hornpipe, Castle Kelly, Sailor's bonnet. Eagle's whistle. The Maiden that jigged it in style. An Draighnean donn. The Old hag in the kiln. Galtee reel. The Lark in the morning. Patsy Tuohey's reel, The Green fields of Rossbeigh. Nóra Criona. Flogging reel

Morales, Lorenzo
Tales of the travelling pipers / Lorenzo Morales (uilleann pipes by Cillian O'Briain)
(Galway?): L. Morales, p 2000 - 1 CD : stereo
To order: lorenzofm@hotmail.com : tel: 091-561345
Contents: Paddy Fahy's, Pat McGillarmey's (jigs), Rathlin Island, Charlie Lennon's (reels). Paddy Canny's, Josephine Marsh's, Paddy Fahy's (reels), Asturian air, Alborada Asturiana (galacian). Cucannandy, Silver Slipper (hop jigs). The New Road (reel). Humours of Drinagh, Dommcha Rua (jigs). O'Brien's, Dunphy's (hornpipes). An Paistin fionn (slow air, jig). Leo Rickard's, The Bessom in bloom (jigs). Salamanca, Paddy O'Brien's (reels). Muneira do chantada (galacian). Tales of travelling Pipers, Quilty's (hornpipes). Cias liathain, The Long note (single jigs). Harvest moon, Green mountain (reels)

Morrison, Jimmy
The piper's rest / Jimmy Morrison, uilleann pipes, song, low whistle
(Dublin?) : J. Morrison: JMCD01, p 2002 - 1 CD : stereo

Contents: ?

Mulligan, Neil
Around St. James' Well / Carmel Gunning, (whistle) (Neil Mulligan, uilleann pipes)
Dublin : Na Píobairí Uilleann?, (April 1992) - 1 MC : stereo

Contents: Pipes on three of the tracks: The Curlieu hills (barndance). Dunphy's hornpipe & the Fairy hornpipe . Aursundvals (Norwegian waltz)

Mulligan, Neil
Barr na cúille / Neil Mulligan, uilleann pipes
Dublin : Na Píobairí Uilleann: S 1022, (September 1991) - 1 LP : stereo Dublin : Na Píobairí Uilleann: SC 1022, (September 1991) - 1 MC: stereo
Contents: Alexander's hornpipe, Fisher's hornpipe. Bonny bunch of roses. Clancy's dream, The Connaughtman's rambles. Barr na cúille. Fáth mo bhuartha. The Whinny hills of Leitrim, The Drops of Brandy. Úirchill an chreagáin. The Salamanca, Bonny Kate, The Copperplate. Port na h-eala air an traigh. John Egan's hornpipe. Lucy Campbell, Miss Monaghan. Dark is the colour of my true love's hair.: The Leitrim slashers, The Langstern pony's. The Standing abbey, Tom Mulligan's hornpipe. Wings of my soul. The Yellow tinker, The Bucks of Ornamore

Mulligan, Neil
Leitrim thrush / Neil Mulligan, uilleann pipes (1938 C-sharp set by James Mulcrone from Co. Longford) : featuring Tom Mulligan, fiddle
Rostrevor, Co. Down : Spring Records: SCD 1037, 1997 - 1 CD : stereo

Contents: Dwyer's hornpipe (aka: The Waterford hornpipe), An Staicín eorna (hornpipes). Caiptín Ó Máille, (slow air). Mullin's fancy (aka: Nae good luck about the house& as a jig Christmas Eve& as Over the Isles to America) The Sailor on the rock (aka: Johnny with the queer thing) The Flags of Dublin (reels). The Newport lass, Port an bhráthair (aka: The Gander in the pratie hole), Butler's jig (jigs). Cuaichín ghleann néifín (slow air). Aursundvals 2, Labajalavalts (waltzs). The Drunken landlady, The Leitrim thrush (reels). Packie Duignan's jig, Fasten the leg in her (jigs). The Scholar, The Abbey reel (aka: Redigan's reel), The Flax in bloom (reels). Bean dubh an ghleanna (aka: The Dark woman of the glen) (slow air). Higgin's hornpipe (aka: The Cliff & The Ruby), Cornphiópa na síoga (aka: The Fairies hornpipe) (hornpipes). Duke Gordan (aka: Bod 'na Sheasamh), My love is in America (aka: My love is on the ocean) (reels). Curachaí na trá báine, Cucanandy (slow air, jig). Toss the feathers, Gorman's reel (reels)

Mulligan, Neil
An Tobar Glé / Neil Mulligan, uilleann pipes (1938 C-sharp set by James Mulcrone from Co. Longford, a Brogan D set and a Rowsome D set from a 1982 duet with Tom Mulligan)
Rostrevor, Co. Down : Spring Records: SCD 1049, 2003 - 1 CD : stereo

Contents: Jigs: An Fainne oir, Airgead realach. Air: Caitriona rua. Hornpipes: The Blackbird, Miss Galvin. Reels: The Stoney steps, The Dooneen reel. Air: A stor mo chroi. Jig: Bimis ag ol 's ag pogadh na mban. Reels: The Morning thrush, Colonel Frazer. Hornpipes: Is fada mo chosa gan broga, Castles in the air. Jigs: East of Glendart, I buried my wife and danced on top of her. Hornpipes: The Peacock's feather, Boys of Bluehill. Air: Donal og. Jigs: An Tobar glé, Oileann na meannain. Reels: The Fairy reel, The Pigeon on the gate, The Merry blacksmith. Air: Taimse im' chodladh. Reels: The Fermoy lasses, The London lasses, The Rose in the garden. Reels: Chase her through the garden, Kiss her in the furze

Music travel Ireland=Voyage musical Irlande : (various artists) / (Seán Talty, uilleann pipes ; Ivan Goff, uilleann pipes with Thomas Morrow, violin ...)
(Paris?): Silex Auvidis: YA 225704, 1997? - 1 CD : stereo

Contents: Air and reel by Seán Talty. Two reels by Ivan Goff and Thomas Morrow, plus 16 tracks by other musicians playing other instruments

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Neff Bros.
Soundpost and bridle /Neff Bros. (Flaithrí Neff, uilleann pipes ; Eoghan Neff, fiddle)
Cork : Ossian: 00390 CD 2001 - 1 CD : stereo

Contents: Ríl uí Ruairc (O'Rourkes), An Leaba uisce (The Waterbed), An Chapóg ghruaigeach (The Hairy dogleaf). Crosaite uí chlumháin (Coleman's cross), Port Chathail Mhic Dhomhnaill (Cathal McConnell's). Cantiga da Caniza (Ballad of Caniza, a town in Galica), An Peidhieacán (The Butterfly). Cornphíopa Dhonnacha uí Bhriain (Dinny O'Brien's), Rogha an Ardcheannfairt Ó (Néill's favourite). AntSíor-Ghaoith (The Eternal wind), Radharc an iolair (The Eagles view), An Choill dharach chiúin (The Oak wood silent). M;áirseáil (March), Laridée. Páidí spóirtiúl (Sporting Paddy), Ríl Mháirtín (Martin Wynn's), Slán le hÉirinn (Farewell to Erin). Caoineadh uí Néill (A Keening for O'Neill). Port uí Riain (Ryan's jig) Port Siney (Siney's jig)., Seán Ó Duibhir (John O'Dwyer). Fiach na Bóinne (The Boyne hunt), Scaip na cletí (Toss the feathers), Tigh an tSealgaire (The hunter's house), Leac na cuimhne (The flagstone of memories). An Seans deireanach (The Last chance). Caiseal Sterling (Castle Sterling), Mairéad Camshrón (Maggie Cameron), Cosán gairbhéalach (The gravel walk), Sicíní shinéad (Jeannie's chickens). Anuigh ar an bhFarraige (Over the ocean), Gan anim (Unknown), An Chailleach ag an gCuinneig (The hag at the churn)

New dawn: uilleann piping, another generation / Patrick J. "Patsy" Touhey, Mikie Smyth, Darragh Murphy , Louise Mulcahy, Eliot Grasso, Ciarín &iOcute; Briain, Conor McKeon
Dublin : Na Píobairí Uilleann , p 1999 - 1 CD : stereo

Contents: Patrick J. "Patsy" Touhey: The Shaskeen (reel). Mikie Smyth: The Trip to Athlone, The Hag with the money (double jigs). Dan O'Keefe's, Nóra chríona (single jigs). An Bonnín buí (slow air). Darragh Murphy: The Drake's neck, Trim the velvet (reels). Patsy Touhey's frolics, unknown (jigs). Byrne's hornpipe, The Torn coat (hornpipe & reel). Louise Mulcahy: When sick, is it tea you want?, The Grouse in the bog (jigs). The Pleasures of hope, Alexander's hornpipe (hornpipes). The Ravelled hank of yarn, Kiss the maid behind the barrel (reels). Eliot Grasso: Spike Island lasses, Miss Susan Cooper, Kilty Town (reels). Wheels of the world, Hardiman the fiddler, Kitty, will you come down to Limerick? (jigs). Rakish Paddy, Ronnie Cooper (reels). Ciarín &iOcute; Briain: Lament for Staker Wallis (slow air). Poll halpenny (hornpipe). An Rógaire dubh, Kitty's rambles (jigs). Conor McKeon: Miss Monaghan,The Tempest, Ronnie Cooper (reels). The Tailor's twist, The Cuckoo's nest (reels). The Rainy day, The Scholar (reels)

Nolan, Martin
Bright silver, dark wood / Martin Nolan, uilleann pipes
(Dublin?) : MSNCD 002 ,(p 2002) - 1 CD : stereo

Contents: ?

Nolan, Martin
Travel 'n style / Martin Nolan, uilleann pipes
(Dublin?) : MSN: 001, (1991) - 1 MC : stereo
(Dublin?) : MSNCD 001, (1997) - 1 CD : stereo

Contents: Mulhaires, Stensons, Speed the plough (reels). The Falcarragh (hornpipe). Vincent Brodericks, Trip to Kinvara (reels). Omos d'fhiach (air). The Green dot, Andy Renwicks ferret (reels). The Banks of Lough Gowna. The kitchen piper. Barrack Street. John Dogerty's. The Collier's. For Johnny. Bocht agus sona. Thomas O'Connor's. The Peacock's feather. Queen of the rushes. Tiocfaidh tú abhaile Liom? The Hag at the churn. The Yellow wattle

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O'Brien, Mick (O Briain, Mícheál)
Dublin : ACM Records: ACMCD , 2011 - 1 CD : stereo

Contents: An Buailteoir aerach, The Enchanted lady, The Holy land. Ar Phósáis fós, The Surround, We'll hunt the wren, The New way to Miltown. Denis Murphy's quirky fling, Jimmy Doyle's polka, Port Mháirt’n Shéamus. Did you wash your father's shirt, Paddy Cronin's Beauty. Dessie O'Connor's Paidin Ó Raffartaigh, Cuillinn uí Caoimh, Kitty come down to Limerick. The Lass of Carracastle, The Morning dew, Lad O'Beirne's Geese in the bog. Donál A' Phumpa, A Denis Murphy, Jack the lighthouse. Aoibhinn Crónán, The Hopstores, Lily of the valley. The Dublin lads, The Taproom, The Liffey banks. Gone for his tea, Humours of Derrykissane. A curious Denis Murphy, The Belles of Liscarrol. Farewell to Ireland, The Maid in the cherry tree, The Mistress of the house

O'Brien, Mick (O Briain, Mícheál)
Flags of Dublin / (various musicians including Mícheál O Briain, (uilleann pipes)
Cork : Ossian: OSS 31, (199-?) - 1 MC : stereo
London : Topic: 12TS 383, 1980 - 1 LP : stereo
Contents: (Pipe solos) Flags of Dublin, Dublin reel. Gold ring, Paddy O'Rafferty. Coppers and brass, Lark in the morning. Rakish Paddy, Castle Kelly. Captain Rock, Miller's daughter. Ballyoran

O'Brien, Mick (O Briain, Mícheál)
Dublin : ACM Records: ACMCD 102, 2003 - 1 CD : stereo

Contents: Kitty lie over, Munster buttermilk, jigs. Teampall an ghleanntáin, Hickey's, reels. Mickey Callaghan's slide, Winne Haye's jig, jigs. Biddy from Sligo, Punch for the ladies, jigs. Woman of the house, Rolling in the ryegrass, reels. An Manglam, The Fairy reel, I have no money, reels. Rathawaun, The Hare in the corn, slides. The Sporting pitchfork, The Rambling pitchfork, jigs. The Lady on the island, Seanbhean na gCártaí, reels. An Londubh, hornpipe, reel. Young Tom Ennis, The Rose in the heather, jigs. The Copperplate, Paddy gone to France, The Wind that shakes the barley, reels. Dillon Brown, Sarah Hobbs, reels. Na ceannabháin bhána, Máirseáil alasdruim, Munster buttermilk, jigs. The Silver spear, Mullin's fancy

O'Brien, Mick (O Briain, Mícheál)
May morning dew / Mick O'Brien, (uilleann pipes, whistle) (D-set by William Rowsome originally made for a P. J. Ryan of Tipperary, brought by Tom Busby in 1932 from Freil's, a Brooklyn pawnshop. Flat set by Alain Froment)
(Dublin?) : , (1997) - 1 MC : stereo
(Dublin?) : , (1997) - 1 CD : stereo
Ref.: An píobaire: vol. 3, no. 29, January 1996, p. 26: Tobar an phíobaire by Gerry Starr

Contents: Jigs: Statia Donnelly, I will if I can, Patsy Geary's. Hornpipes: Higgins', Cuckoo's nest. Flings: Kerry reel, Kerry fling, Joe Banes. Jigs: Bumper Squire Jones, An Seán duine, O'Sullivan's march. Hornpipes: Caisleán an óir, Her golden hair hanging down her back. Air & reel: May morning dew, Sporting Nell. Flings: Micho Russell's, Moneymusk. Jigs: An Rógaire dubh, Connaughtman's rambles, Cailleach an airgidb Reels: The Strawberry Blossom, Honeymoon. Hornpipe: Johnny Cope. Reels: Farewell to Miltown Malbay, West Clare Railway, Sporting Molly. Jigs: The Humours of Lisheen, Tom Billy's fancy, Humours of Kilkenny. Fling & Jig: An buachaill dreoite. Reels: Cameronian, Greenfields of Rossbeigh, Connaught Heifers

O'Brien-Moran, Jimmy
Seán Reid's favourite / Jimmy O'Brien-Moran, uilleann pipes (B-set by Colgan formerly owned by James Bourke. Set by Robert Reid, Northumberland with chanter made in Wilmington, Delaware, formerly owned by Kathleen Doyle
Dublin : Piping pig: PPPCD 001, p 1996 - 1 CD : stereo

Contents: Reels: The Boy on the hilltop, Seán Reid's favourite. Air: Dark Lochnagar. Hornpipes: The Tailor's twist, The friendly visit. Double jigs: I buried my wife, The Blooming meadows. Air: I'll mend your pots and kettles o! Reels: The Beauty spot, Nellie Donavan. Slip jigs: An Briste bréidan, Na Ceannabháin. Flings: Garraí na saileog, Willie's fling. Air: Liam ua Raghallaigh. hornpipes: Poll ha'penny, Dunphy's. Reels: Ceo na gCnoc, The Shaskeen. Double jigs: James Bourke's, Fraher's. Set dance: Seán Ó Duibhir a ghleanna. Air: An Buachaill caol dubh. Double jigs: Sliabh Russell,Tom Busby's, Staesia Donnelly's. March: The Butcher's march. Reels: The Broken pledge, The Bunch of keys

O'Brien-Moran, Jimmy
Take me tender- music for the uilleann pipes, collected before the famine / Jimmy O'Brien-Moran,
Piping Pig Music: PPCD 051, p 2013 - 1 CD : stereo

Contents: Reels: Take me tender, Six mile bridge. Air: The old coolun. Double jigs: The humours of Glendart, The wearied lad. Hornpipes: An staicín eorna, The garden of daisies. Slip jigs: Kiss in the shelter, Jig polltoacute;g, Cuma liom. Polkas: All the way to Galway, Jenny put the kettle on. Air: An casideach bán. Double jigs: The two-penny jig, Sarsfield's quickstep, The piper's finger. Reels: Lady Eyre's reel, The flogging reel. Double jigs: I was born for sport, An cearc is an coilleach. Air: Máire bheag ní ghibhearlan. Air: Patrick O'Donovan, the piper. Reels: The sunny hills of Spiddal, The fanny of Galway, The Roundstone lasses. Double jig: The ladies march to the ballroom, The humours of Maam. March: Tow row row. Jig: Stad a Rógaire, stad. Reels: Fair Letita, The lasses of Farm Hill

Ó Canainn, Tómas
Ó Áird go hÁird / Tomás Ó Ceannabháin, uilleann pipes, flute and Seósamh Ó Ceannabháin, accordion
Galway : Cló Iar-Chonnachta: CIC 044, (1991?) 1 MC : stereo

Contents:?

Ó Canainn, Tómas
Pennyburn piper / Tómas Ó Canainn, (uilleann pipes)
PTICD 1093, p 1998 - 1 CD : stereo

Contents: ?

Ó Canainn, Tómas
Tómas Ó Canainn / Tómas Ó Canainn, (uilleann pipes, vocals)
(Cork?) : COAS 3035, (199-?) - 1 MC : stereo

Contents:?

Ó Canainn, Tómas
Tómas Ó Canainn with pipe and song / Tómas Ó Canainn, (uilleann pipes, vocals)
(Cork?) : Outlet: PTICD 1035, (1997) - 1 CD : stereo
Released earlier on cassette

Contents:?

O'Connell, Michael "Blackie"
Foolin' in Doolin / Michael "Blackie" O'Connell, (uilleann pipes)
(Ennis?) : 2008 - 1 CD : stereo

Contents:

O'Connell, Michael "Blackie"
We were drinking and kissing the ladies / Hugh Healy, (concertina) and Michael "Blackie" O'Connell, (uilleann pipes)
(Ennis?) : 2010 - 1 CD : stereo

Contents:

O'Connell, Michael "Blackie"
Friars Green / Michael "Blackie" O'Connell, (uilleann pipes) & Cyril O'Donoghue (bouzouki)
(Ennis?) : 2014 - 1 CD : stereo

Contents: Friars Green, London jig, The Stormy night. An bhean tinceara, Antara. Keg of brandy. Lovely Molly, Miss McGuinness, The Heather breeze. The Doolin piper, The Visiting kittens. The Flowers of the forest. If I never spend a morning without you. Quebec march, Strike the gay harp. The Old pigeon on the gate, Ah surely. The March of the high king of Laois. Reconciliation. Tom Busbys, Rambling pitchfork. Corney is coming, Mickey Dunne's

O'Dowd, Dan
Drones and chanters
see:
Drones and chanters : Irish pipering / Séamus Ennis, Peadar Broe, Leo Rowsome, Paddy Moloney, Dan Dowd, Tommy Reck, Willie Clancy, uilleann pipes


O'Dowd, Dan
Fleadh Ceoil 70 / (various performers including Dan O'Dowd, uilleann pipes)
(Dublin?) : Comhaltas Ceoltóirí éireann: , (1970) - 1 LP : stereo

Contents: ?

O'Flynn, Liam
Brendan voyage : an orchestral suite for uilleann pipes / composed by Shaun Davey : Liam O'Flynn, uilleann pipes orchestra conducted by Noel Kelehan
Dublin : Tara: 3006, p 1980 - 1 LP : stereo
Dublin : Tara: 4TA 3006, p 1980 - 1 MC : stereo
Dublin : Tara: TARA CD 3006, (198-?) - 1 CD : stereo

Contents: Introduction. The Brendan theme. Jig, Water under the keel. Journey to the Faroes. The Cliffs of Mykines. Mykines Sound. Journey to Iceland. The Gale. Labrador. Newfoundland

O'Flynn, Liam
Fine art of piping / Liam O'Flynn, (uilleann pipes, D-set by Leo Rowsome, flat set by Coyne formerly owned by James Ennis and Séamus Ennis)
Harrowgate, Yorks : Celtic Music: CMC 054, (1991) - 1 CD : stereo
Harrowgate, Yorks : Celtic Music: , (1989?) - 1 MC : stereo
Recorded in 1989

Contents: I'm waiting for you, The Sailor's cravat (reels: D-set). Johnny McGrevey's, Sweeping the cobwebs out of the sky (jigs: flat set). Dark loch na gar (slow air: D-set). The Queen of the fairies, Callaghan's (hornpipes: D-set). Cherish the ladies (jig: D-set). Eddie Moloney's, Connie connell's (reels: flat set). The Gold ring (jig: D-set). A stoir mo chroi (slow air: flat set). Pady Taylor's, Ballingarry, Kitty of Oulart (jigs: D-set). An Sean bhean bhocht, Atlantic sounds (hornpipes: D-set). The Factory girl (slow air: flat set). The Green groves of Erin, Miss Thornton (reels: D-set)

O'Flynn, Liam
Fire aflame / Matt Molloy, (flute) Seán Keane, (fiddle) Liam O'Flynn, (uilleann pipes)
Dublin : Claddagh: CCF 30 CD, p 1992 - 1 CD : stereo
Dublin : Claddagh: 4CCF 30, p 1992 - 1 MC: stereo

Contents: The Wheels of the world, The Pinch of snuff, Micho Russell's reel (reels). The Belharbour hornpipe and The Old ruined cottage in the glen (hornpipe and reel). The Geese in the bog, The Little fair cannavans and Whelan's old sow (jigs). The Maid of Ballingarry and The Stack of barley (air and hornpipe). The J.B. reel, The Lads of Laois and The Rambling thatcher (Reels). The Drunken sailor (Hornpipe). Night fishing 30th January 1972, The Rights of man (hornpipe). Johnny 'Watt' Henry's reel and Jerry McMahon's reel (Reels). Pat Ward's jig, The Dusty miller, Ask my father and The Connaught heifer (jigs). Casadh na ngéanna (The Turning of the geese) (Air).The Ace and deuce of pipering (set dance). éire (air). Sean Ryan's reel and The Grand Spey (reels)

O'Flynn, Liam
Liam O'Flynn / Liam O'Flynn, uilleann pipes : (including Sean Keane- fiddle; Donal Lunny - bouzouki & keyboards; Catherine Ennis - church organ ; Michael O'Sullivan - harpsichord ; Helen Davies - Harp ; Ashling Drury-Byrne - cello ; John Sheahan - fiddle ; Nollaig Casey - fiddle ; Christy Moore - bodhran
(Dublin?) : Liam O'Flynn: LOF 1, 1988 - LP : stereo

Contents: My former wife, Snug in the blanket. The Beauty Spot, Bean tinceara. Limerick's lamentation. Alexander's hornpipe, Bank of turf, The Faery Queen.Willie Clancy's reel, The Milliner's daughter. Shadow on the hill (comp Sean Davey). The Old bush, Dark girl in blue. Fraher's Jig, I buried my wife, Leg of the duck. Easter Snow. The Drunken gauger. Seán O Duibhir a'Ghleanna. King of the blind

O'Flynn, Liam
Out to an other side / Liam O'Flynn, uilleann pipes in D, C# and C, whistle Arty McGlynn, guitar Voice Squad Rita Connolly, vocals ...
Dublin : Tara 4TA 3031, p 1993 - 1 MC : stereo
Dublin : Tara: CD 3031, p 1993 - 1 CD : stereo

Contents: The Fox chase. The Wild geese. The Dean's pamphlet. Gynt at the gate. The Winter's end. After Aughrim's great disaster. Blackwells. Ar bhruach na Lao Lady Dillon. Dollards and the Harlequin hornpipes. Seán Ó Duibhir a ghleanna

O'Flynn, Liam
Piper's call / Liam O'Flynn, uilleann pipes, whistle ; Arty McGlynn, guitar ; Stephan Cooney, guitar ; Rod McVey, keyboards, harmonium ; Liam Bradley, percussion ; guest musicians: Mark Knopfler, el. guitar ; Seán Keane, violin ; Matt Molloy, flute ; Carlos Nunez, gaita, ocarina, whistles ; Irish Chamber Orchestra
Dublin: Tara: CD 3037, p 1998 - 1 CD : stereo
Dublin: Tare/RTE: 1 video, 87 min. (same tunes as CD + The Butcher's march & Cath Ceim an Fhia and interviews), p 1998

Contents: The Humours of Kiltyclogher, Julia Cliffords. The Pleasures of hope, Rick's rambles. An Droichead (The Bridge). Miss Admiral Gordon's strathspey. Silabh na mBan (The Woman's mountain). The Drunken landlady, McKenna's reels. Muineira de Poio, Muiniera de Ourense. Bean dubh an ghleanna (The Dark woman of the glen). The Humours of Carrigaholt set. The Gold ring. Marcha de Breixo, Marcha de Lousame

O'Flynn, Liam
Uilleann pipes and tin whistle / Liam O'Flynn, uilleann pipes and tin whistle
Philadelphia : Folklore Soc. Of the Univ. of Pennsylvania: FSUP-T101, p 1972 - 1 MC : stereo

Contents: Old Joe's jig. O'Keefe's reel. The Twisting of the hay rope. The Fairy's hornpipe. Carolan's concerto. Garrett Barry's jig. Old Tipperary. The Dark woman of the glen. The Longford collector. The Sailor's bonnet. Sheebeg and Sheemor. The Lark in the morning. Dark is the colour. The Wet pussy (aka: The Choice wife & Phis fhliuch). Were you at the rock. Lord Inchiquin. Cronin's hornpipe. The Fox chase

O'Mealy, R. L.
1943 BBC recording / R. L. O'Mealy, (uilleann pipes of own manufacture)
Belfast : BBC, (23 August, 1943) 78 rpm : mono
Ref.: An píobaire: vol.3, no. 32, September 1997, p. 8-9: O'Mealy commemorated in the Ulster Folk & Transport Museum by Robbie Hannan
(Note: O'Mealy signed his name O'Mealy not O'Meally, see: An píobaire: vol. 3, no. 32, September 1997, portrait on front cover)

Contents: Hornpipe: O'Mealy's hornpipe. Hornpipe: The Harvest home. Jig: The Wheels of the world. Set dance: The Blackbird. Slip jig: The Drops of brandy. Reel: The Sligo lasses. Single jig: Smash the Windows. Reel: The Donegal reel. March: The Mountains of Pomeroy. March: The Maids of Mourne Shore

O'Nolan, Shaun
Cuckoo's nest ... / Shaun O'Nolan, (uilleann pipes, Taylor D-set)
New York : Columbia: 33081-F, November 1925? - 78 rpm : mono

Contents: The Cuckoo's nest. The tailor's thimble (reels). Believe me. Last rose of summer (songs?)

O'Nolan, Shaun
Gilda ray ... / Shaun O'Nolan, (uilleann pipes, Taylor D-set)
New York : Columbia: 33085-F, November 1925? - 78 rpm : mono

Contents: Gilda ray (hornpipe). The Fisherman's widow (jig)

O'Nolan, Shaun
Fisherman's widow ... / Shaun O'Nolan, (uilleann pipes, Taylor D-set)
New York : Columbia: 33070-F, November 1925? - 78 rpm : mono

Contents:The Fisherman's widow. The Walls of Liscara (jigs). The Gilda ray. Shake it up Shanahan

O'Nolan, Shaun
Sargeant Early's ... / Shaun O'Nolan, (uilleann pipes, Taylor D-set)
New York : Columbia: 33091-F, February 1926 - 78 rpm : mono

Contents: Sargeant Early's (jig). Tailor's thimble (reel)

Ó Raghallaigh, Caoimhín see:
O'Brien, Mick (O Briain, Mícheál)
Deadly buzz / Mick O'Brien agus Caoimhín Ó Raghallaigh


Ó Raghallaigh, Caoimhín see:
O'Brien, Mick (O Briain, Mícheál)
Kitty lie over / Mick O'Brien agus Caoimhín Ó Raghallaigh


O'Regan, Fiachra
Aisling gheal: traditional Irish music on the uilleann pipes / Fiachra O'Regan, (uilleann pipes) (Galway?): 2008, 1 CD : stereo

Contents: Old Leitrim, The Mountain Road. An buachaill dreoite, Garrett Barry's jig. An Leanbh s&iacite;. The Lady's pantalettes, The First house in Connaught. The Morning thrush, Colonel Frazer. Paddy's rambles through the park. The Frieze britches. Cooleys hornpipe, The Liverpool hornpipe. An Gaoth aniar-aneas, Sean Reids favourite. Aisling gheal. McMahon's jig, An dTiocfaidh tú abhaile liom?. The First slip, The Humours of Derry Crossane. Amhráin na trá báine. The Job of journeywork,Pal hal'penny'. Dowd's no. 9, The Limestone rock, Paddy Taylor's

Ó Riabhaigh, Eoin
Tiomnacht (Handed on) : &0acute;mós do Mhícheál Ó Riabhaigh / Eoin Ó Riabhaigh, uilleann pipes (Froment chanter & Taylor drones & regs)
Dublin : Gael-Linn: CEFCD 181 - 1 CD : stereo

Contents: Lark on the strand, King of the pipers, Give me a cup of water, jigs. Tomgraney Castle, Spellan the fiddler, hornpipes. Bean dubh a' ghleanna, slow air. O'Neills, I won't be a nun, marches. Colonel Frazier, reel. Carson's waltz, Kenny Baker's waltz, waltzes. The Fox chase, Fiach an mhadra rua, piper's piece. A rainy day, Eillie Curran's, reels. Scottish medley, Meascra albanach, air, waltz fling. The Baile bhuirne polka, Murphy's polka, The offspring, Fr. Jones polka, polkas. An Chúileann, slow air. The Moving cloud, Peter Street, reels. The Killimur, The Gold ring, jigs. Bluegrass in the backwoods, American reel

O'Sullivan, Jerry
Gift / Jerry O'Sullivan, uilleann pipes
Ho Ho Kus, N.J. : Shananchie:, p 1998 - 1 CD : stereo

Contents: McGovern's reel, La belle Pauline, Spootaskerry. Wendel's wedding. Denis Murphy's strathspey, Jesse Smith, Geordie MacLeish, An Féirin, Iggy and Squiggy. Young Francis Mooney, The Humours of Ballydehob, Gan anim. Mike in the wilderness. Wind chimes and nursery rhymes. The wayfaring stranger, Noel McCarthy's jig. Catherine's mazurka, Aidan Cuffe's reel. Clear blue sky. One rose. The Sunderland lasses, The Lads of Alnwick. Can you dance A tobbacco Hill?, Washington's march, Stump-tailed Dolly. Gavottes, bourré and gigue from J. S. Bach's Orchestral suite no. 3 in D major

O'Sullivan, Jerry
Invasion / Jerry O'Sullivan, Uilleann pipes Joanie Madden, flute, whistle Eileen Ivers, fiddle Rosalyn Briley, harp Mick Moloney, guitar Seamus Egan, flute, banjo, whistle Jesse Winch bodhrán
New Canaan, Conn. : Green Linnet: GLCD 1074, p 1987 - 1 CD : stereo

Contents: The Chorus reel, Ashmolean House. Robbie Hannan's jig. If ever you were mine. Larry Redican's hornpipe, The Green banner, Brendan Begley's polka, Donal DeBarra's polka, O'Sullivan's polka. The Conspiracy, Nuala's bonnet, The Croton Dam, The Invasion. Colonel Fraser. Sean Coughlan's, Gan ainm, Sean Coughlan's. Mary O'Neill's fancy, Gan ainm, Gan ainm. Brendan Begley's slides. O'Carolan's farewell to music

O'Sullivan, Jerry
O'Sullivan meets O'Farrell / Jerry O'Sullivan, (uilleann pipes)
p 2006 - 1 CD : stereo
Contents: Jerry O'Sullivan welcome, The Shepherds hornpipe. Lady Harriot Hope, The Humours of Castlecomber. The Humour of Ballinamult, The Old hagg in the corner. Adieu adieu thou faithless world. Cusabue ord, The Pipers maggott. Quick-step, Willy Winky. Sir Charles Douglas's strathspey, Braes of Busbie. Stad Erro Rogura Stad Stad, Wild oats. Your welcome home, Sall's dellight. Mill mill o. Doubaling, The Bucks of Tipperary. O'Farrells hornpipe, Mr Walkers hornpipe. Miss Walkers favorite, Dunkeld Hermitage. Humours of Glen, The Youghall waltz. The Gobbyo, A Trip to Killarney

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Pipers rock : a compilation of young uilleann pipers / Davy Spillane (D-set circa 1880 by William Rowsome with Kennedy chanter), Jimmy O'Brien-Moran (1817 B-sharp set by Coyne with a Colgan chanter circa 1820), Robert Hannan (D-set by Robbie Hughes), Gabriel McKeon (1788 C-set by Coyne with chanter by Matt Kiernan), Máire Ní Ghraida (D-set by Crowley of Cork with chanter by Brian Howard), Micheál Ó Briain (1921 D-set by William Rowsome), Eoin Ó Riabhaigh (D-set by Taylor bros. circa 1890)
Dublin : Mulligan: LUN 023, p 1978 - 1 LP : stereo
Dublin : Mulligan: LUNCD 023, (1996) - 1 CD : stereo
Recorded 1977-1978

Contents: The Old bush, Rakish Paddy. Eamonn's yellow wattle, An Buchaill dreoite. Old Tipperary. Lord Gordon, The Cup of tea. The Queen of the rushes. Within a mile of Dublin, My love is in America. The Fox chase. The Yellow tinker, Miss McGuiness, The College groves. Colonel Frazer. The Humours of Drinagh. Garrett Barry's jig. The Rainy day, The Merry blacksmith. An Speic seodrach. The Flogging reel. A Job of journeywork

Pipers gathering / Deborah Quigley South Dartmouth, Ma : Steve Bliven, 2003 - 1 CD : stereo Contents: McKenna's no 1 reel (aka Colonel Roger's favourite), Miss Langford's reel. JoanÕs jig, Anne Frazer McKenzie, ShieldÕs Fair. Jigs: Smiling eyes, Gander in the pratie hole, Happy to meet, sorry to part. A stor mo chroi, Biddy from Muckrose. Love in the afternoon, Intermission. Lindesfarne. Holey haÕpenny (with variations). Back of the change house, Moving cloud. The Maids of Glenroe (aka The Maid at the well), The sports of Multyfarnham. Kilcooley Woods, The First of May. PaddyÕs Leather Breeches, Mike and the antipyper, Haggis the cat. The Ewe with the crookit horn, Sweet Molly, MacPheeÕs reel, Malcolm Currie, Inver Lasses, BuntataÕs sgadan, Cabarfeidh. The Nightingale, NearyÕs jig. Sean bui. Slow Air: Cois abhainn na séad (By the river of gems), Hop jig: Cucanand. Murdoch MacKenzie of Torridon - The Glasgow Gaelic Club, Duncan McGillivray, Chief steward. Air: The Lea rig. Stool of repentance. Keening in the Wind, Holey ha'Penny Piping in Ireland : a celebration of two traditions / (uilleann pipers) Mick O'Brien, John Hughes, Martin Nolan, Darragh Murphy, Wilbert Garvin, Kevin Rowso me, Gay McKeon, Ronan Browne, Sean Potts & Conor McKeon, Jimmy O'Brien Moran, Leo Rickard
Dublin : NPU/Uilleann/Royal Scottish Pipe Band Assoc.: NPUCD 010, p 2002 - 1 CD : stereo

Contents: (only uilleann pipe tracks given here) Nora criona (double jig). Moll roe, Hardiman the fiddler (slip jigs). Sliabh na mBan (slow air). The Gates of Mullagh (reel), Josephine Keegan. Ask my father, The Frieze breeches (slip jigs). The Humours of Ballyloughlin (double jig) Sean Ryan's favourite (double jig). Port na bPucai (slow air). The Ace and deuce of piping (set dance). The Merry sisters (reel). Fraher's jig. Morgan Magan. Miss Monaghan, The Old bush, The Connaught heifers (reels). The Goodman collection 160 , The Turnpike way, Open the door for three (slip jigs). The Bonny blue-eyed lassie (air). The Man of twenty five, The Strokestown reel (reels)

Potts, Seán Og
Bakerswell / (various musicians including Seán Og Potts, uilleann pipes)
Dublin : Claddagh: 4 CCF 20, (199-?) - 1 LP : stereo
Dublin : Claddagh: , (199-?) - 1 MC : stereo

Contents: ?

Potts, Seán
Seán Potts / Seán Potts, uilleann pipes, tin whistle
(Dublin?) Hare's Ear: HARESEAR 001, p 2002 - 1 CD : stereo

Contents: Dinny Delaney's, The Frost is all over (jigs). The Bunch of green rushes, The Nine pint coggie (reels). Chief O'Neill's, The cuckoo's nest (hornpipes). Valencia Harbour, Splendid isolation (air, reel). The Rainy day, The Silver spear, The Merry blacksmith (reels). Munster buttermilk, Na ceannabháin bána (jigs). Leaving Lerwick Harbour (air). The boys of the lough, The Jolly tinker (reels). An Droighneán donn (air). Stella's trip to Kamloops, The Flogging reel (march, reel). Tenpenny piece, Fig for a kiss, Kitty come down from Limerick (jigs). Cuimhne an phobaire (air). Farewell to Erin (reels)

Power, David
Apples in winter / David Power, uilleann pipes ; Willie Kelly, fiddle
(Dublin?) : David Power DMP 04 (2016) - 1 CD : stereo

Contents: The Chicago reel, The Ash plant. Bonaparte's retreat, Callaghan's. Drowsy Maggie, Callaghan's. Ambrose Moloney's reel, Joe Madden's. The Flax in bloom, Garret Barry's reel. Apples in winter, Scully Casey's ...

Power, David
Cuaicháin Ghleann Neifáin (The little cuckoo of Ghleann Neifáin / David Power, uilleann pipes
(Dublin?) : Phaeton Records SPINCD 1010 (2007) - 1 CD : stereo

Contents: The Donegal reel, The Dublin reel. Eibhleanáoir a ráun. 1st of May hornpipe, An Sean veist ÕS an carbhat. Polly put the kettle On, Miss Johnson. Cuach’n Ghleann Neifáin. Friars britches, An ráogaire dubh. RodneyÕs glory, The Leitrim thrush. Casadh an tSáugáain, Garryowen. The Wise maid, The Limestone rock. An báunan buái. The Road to Lisdoonvarna, The Five mile chase. Sliabh Geal gCáua na Fáeile. Colonel Frazer, The CollierÕs reel

Power, David
Eighteen Moloney / David Power, uilleann pipes
(Dublin?) : David Power DMP 03 (2014) - 1 CD : stereo

Contents: The Drunken landlady, The Sligo maid. The Cook in the kitchen, Jackson's, The Walls of Liscarroll. Cail’n deas crúite na mbó. The Moving bog, The Ladies pantelettes. The Garden of daisies, The Blackbird. Will you come down to Limerick?. Bean dubh a' ghleanna. The Rainy day, The Bunch of keys. Child of my heart, Is it the priest you want?. Eamon a' chnoic. Aonach bearna na ngaoithe, The Dark girl in blue. Old hag you've killed me, The Geese in the bog. The Maids of Mount Cisco, The old Pigeon on the gate. Gol na mban san ár, Cnocán teampaill

Power, David
My love is in America / David Power, uilleann pipes
Dublin : Claddagh CCF 37 (2005) - 1 CD : stereo

Contents: The Salamanca, The steam packet. The standing abbey, Madame Bonaparte. The Galbally farmer, Saddle The pony. Jenny picking cockles, My love is in America (reels). Amárach lá 'le Pádraig (St. Patrick's Day is tomorrow) (air). The boys of The town, The bride's favourite. The fox chase. Bantry Bay, The stack of barley (An staic’n eorna) (Hornpipe and barn dance). Castle Kelly, The green fields of Rossbeigh, The green mountain (reels). Eanach dhúin (Annaghodown) (air). The frost is all over, Paddy's return. Mná bhaile loch a' riach (The woman of Loughrea) (air). Cailleach an airgid (The hag with the money), Garret Barry's jig (jigs). The bonny bunch of roses, The Sally Gardens. The bucks of Oranmore, George White's favourite

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Rafferty, Mike
Speed 78 / Mike Rafferty, flute, uilleann pipes
2004 - 1 CD: stereo
Contents: Kevin Moloney's, The Scotsman over the border. The Shaskeen, The Green blanket. Tomgraney Castle, McMahon's. Story about first learning to play. Collier's, St. Ruth's bush. I have a bonnet trimmed with blue. Story about my mother. Cormac O'Lunney's, The Braes of Busby. Pauline O'Neill's, Cuil aodh. Piper's despair, Peg McGrath's. Story about John Madden. Ballyoran. Collier's, The Lark in the strand. The Bower, Jenny's picking cockles. Queen of the rushes, Fr John's jubilee. Story about my father's uilleann pipes. Garrett Barry's, The Woods of the Limerick. Young Tom Ennis, Jerry's beaver hat. Story about thinking of tunes. Ceo na gCnoc, Fr. Newman's

Reck, Tommy
Cait bhoideach / Tommy Reck, uilleann pipes
Dublin : Gael-Linn: CE 2, p 195-?-, 10 in. 78 rpm : mono

Contents: Cait bhoideach (Bonnie Kate), Ril Mhic Leoid (McLeod's reel) , Girrseachai Fhearrnai (Fermoy lasses). Seosamh O hEanai (singer) on the reverse side

Comhsheinm Ui Chearbhallain / Tommy Reck, uilleann pipes
Dublin : Gael-Linn: CE 3, p 195-?-, 10 in. 78 rpm : mono
Contents: Comhsheinm Ui Chearbhallain (Carolan's concerto). Seosamh O hEanai (singer) on the reverse side

Reck, Tommy
Stone in the field / Tommy Reck: Irish piper (flat set by Thomas Kenna with 42 cm chanter & Coyne set with 40 cm chanter)
New Canaan : Innisfree/Green Linnet: SIF 1008, p 1977 - 1 LP : stereo
New Canaan : Innisfree/Green Linnet: CSIF 1008, p 1977 - 1 MC : stereo

Contents: The Fairy reel, The Donegal reel. The Rose in the heather, The Wandering minstrel. The Kilfrush, A Trip to Durrow. The Cook in the kitchen, The Langstern pony. Two polkas. The Queen of the rushes. The Ash grove, Sonny Brogan's mazurka. The Merry blacksmith, The Cameronian. The Blackthorn stick. The Tailor's twist, The High level. The Maid in the cherry tree, The Mistress of the house. The Cat that ate the candle. Seán Buí, Jackson's morning brush. The Dear Irish boy, The Stone in the field

Rickard, Leo
Pure piping / Leo Rickard, uilleann pipes
Dublin: Claddagh: , p 2000 - 1 CD: stereo
Contents: Top of the Cork Road, Yellow John, Planxty Charles O'Connor (jigs). Ace and deuce of piping, The Job of journeywork (set dances). Garrett Barry's, The Lark in the morning (jigs). The Wexford hornpipe,The High level (hornpipes). Flax in bloom, Pinch of snuff, Corney is coming (reels). Carolan's concerto / Planxty Davis (piece); An tAthair Jack Welsh, The Cook in the kitchen, Donnybrook Fair (jigs). Morgan Magan (piece). Sliabh na mBan (slow air). The Tailor's twist, The Fairies' hornpipe (hornpipes). Fead an iolair, The Fairy revels (marches)

Ring, Brendan
Across the waters: Irish traditional music from England / Brendan Ring, (uilleann pipes) ; Niall Keegan, flute ...
London : Nimbus: NI 5415, p1994 - 1 CD: stereo
Contents: Brendan Ring's, Paddy O'Brien's (reels). Dan Breen's, Miss McLeod's (reels). The Harvest Home (hornpipe), The Foxhunter's (reel). Colonel Frazer, Madame Bonaparte (reels). Plus tunes played by other artists

Ring, Brendan
Troublesome things / Brendan Ring, (uilleann pipes)
(France?): BPR 001 CD, p 2001 - 1 CD: stereo
Contents: 4 of the tracks feature solo piping?

Rowsome, Kevin
Rowsome tradition : five generations of uilleann piping / Kevin Rowsome, uilleann pipes ; Leo Rowsome uilleann pipes, Liam Rowsome, violin, Leon Rowsome, uilleann pipes
(Dublin?): KELORO: 001, p 1999 - 1 CD: stereo

Contents: The Limestone rock, the Five mile chase (reels). The Woods of Kilkenny, Young Roger was a ploughboy (hornpipes). The Broken pledge, The College groves (reels). The Wexford hornpipe, Murphy's (hornpipes). The Woodcock, Put on your clothes (jigs). Up and about in the morning. Old man Dillon (jigs). The Dublin lasses, John Doherty's (reel, highland). Blind Mary (air). Kilcooley Woods, The First of May (hornpipes). Staker Wallace (air). Kitty's rambles, Fraher's (jigs). Trip to Bantry, The Coming of spring (jigs). Archive recordings: O'Dinnell Abu, The Boys of Wexford (marches recorded 1957). The Liverpool hornpie (recorded 1957). Freedom fpr Ireland polka set (recorded 1957). An Raibh Tú ag an gCarraig (air recorded 1969). The Coolin (air recorded 1969)12 tracks by Kevin Rowsome. & tracks with Leon Rowsome, Leo Rowsome and Liam Rowsome

Rowsome, Leo
Gallowglass jig / Leo Rowsome, (uilleann pipes)
(London?) : HMV: IM 1002, (19--?), 1 78 rpm: mono

Contents: The Gallowglass jig. Girl at the spinning wheel

Rowsome, Leo
Leo Rowsome: vol. 1 / Leo Rowsome, uilleann pipes
London : Topic: 12T259, p 1976 - 1 LP : mono
Cork : Ossian: OSS 66, (199-?) - 1 MC : mono
London : Topic: TSCD 471, 1993 - 1 CD : mono
(Classics of Irish piping : (vol. 1)
Recorded 1926-1944

Contents: Kiss the maid behind the barrel, Touch me if you dare. Top of the Cork Road (aka: The Irish lilt, Trample on the enemies & The Rollicking Irishman), The Irish washerwoman. Boolavogue, The Old Bog Road. The Boys of Wexford, Kelly, the boy from Killane. Boil the breakfast early, The Heather breeze (aka: The Heathery breeze). Savourneen deelish, Clare's dragoons. The Blackbird. St. Patrick's Day. Rights of man, Wexford, Dunphy's. The Broom (aka: Down the broom, Paddy Finlay's fancy & Sheehan's reel), Star of Munster, The Milliner's daughter (The Gardener's daughter. Day dreams, The Low backed car. Kitty's rambles (aka: Dan the cobbler, The Ladies' triumph & The Rambles of Kitty), Donnybrook Fair (aka: Joy of my life, The Boys from the lough), The Butcher's march (aka: The Butcher's of Bristol & the Butcher's jig). The Plains of Boyle, Bantry Bay hornpipe. The Collier's reel, The Sligo maid (aka: The Sligo maid's lament & The Glendown reel)

Rowsome, Leo
Leo Rowsome: vol. 2 / Leo Rowsome, uilleann pipes
London : Topic: 12T322, (1977?) - 1 LP : mono
Cork : Ossian: OSS 67, (199-?) - 1 MC : mono
(Classics of Irish piping : vol. 3)
Recorded 1925, 1933, 1936 & 1948

Contents: Gillan's apples, The Maid of Tramore (aka: Scatter the mud & The Noonday sun ).The Independent hornpipe (aka: The Vendome hornpipe), The Star hornpipe. The Fairy revels, I won't be a nun. Higgin's hornpipe, The Queen of May. The Frieze breeches. To-morrow morning, The Cloone hornpipe. The Bunch of keys, Buckley's fancy. The Sweep's hornpipe, The Friendly visit. The Cook in the kitchen, Rakes of Kildare. Jockey to the fair (aka: Jockey at the fair). My darling asleep, The Tongues of fire (aka: Tongs by the fire). Brian O'Lynn, The Newly married couple (aka: The Joys of wedlock). A Nation once again. The Bold Fenian men, Fainne geal an lac (aka: The Dawning of the day). Shandon bells, Haste to the wedding (aka: A Trip to the gargle & Let brainspinning swains) Snowy breasted Pearl (aka: Ope thy casement lady bright). Rocky road to Dublin

Rowsome, Leo
King of the pipers / Leo Rowsome, uilleann pipes
Newton, N.J. : Shanachie: SH 34001?, p 1992 - 1 MC : stereo
Newton, N.J. : Shanachie: 34001, p 1992 - 1 CD : stereo
Recorded 1958-1959?

Contents: Cath eachdhruime (The Battle of Aughrim). The Kerry jig, The Ballintore fancy. The Old man rocking the cradle. Will you come down to Limerick?. Hardiman the fiddler. The Death of Staker Wallace. Madame Bonaparte. Molloy's favourite, My sweetheart Jane. The Derry hornpipe. Rí na bpíobairí (The King of the pipers). An Chúilfhionn (The Coolin). The Pipe on the hob, The Bride's favourite. The Fox chase. An Buachaill caol dubh (The Dark slender boy). Planxty Browne. Jenny's wedding, Lord MacDonald. O'Carolan's concerto, Planxty Davis

Rowsome, Leo
Piper's choice / Leo Rowsome, (uilleann pipes)
(Dublin?): Claddagh: EP CC 10, (196-?) - 1 EP : mono

Contents: The Stony steps & Dillon's fancy (reels). Casadh an tsugain (air). My darling asleep & Tommy Whelan's (jigs played on double chanter). The Bright lady. The Ashplant, Jenny tie the bonnet & Drowsy Maggie (reels played on the double chanter)

Rowsome, Leo
Rí na bPíobairí (King of the pipers) / Leo Rowsome, uilleann pipes
Dublin : Claddagh: CC 1, (1959) - 1 LP : mono
Recorded 1958-1959?
Contents: The King of the pipers. O'Carolan's concerto, Planxty Davis. The Coolin.The Pipe on the hob, The Bride's favourite. The Fox chase. The Dark slender boy. Jenny's wedding, Lord MacDonald. Planxty Browne. The Battle of Aughrim. The Kerry jig, The Ballintore fancy. The Old man rocking the cradle. Molloy's favourite, My sweetheart Jane. Madame Bonaparte. The Death of Staker Wallace. Will you come down to Limerick?, Hardiman the fiddler. The Derry hornpipe

Rowsome, Leon
Legacy of Irish piping / Leon Rowsome, (uilleann pipes)
(Dublin?): Dolphin: DOCM 5008, (199-?) - 1 MC : stereo

Contents:?

Rowsome, Leon
Traditional Irish piping / Leon Rowsome, (uilleann pipes) ; (guitar accompaniment by Michael Smith)
(Dublin?) Dolphin: DOLM 5008:, (1974) - 1 LP : stereo

Contents: Reels: Colonel Fraser, The Sligo maid. Air: Casaidh an t'Sugain. Hornpipes: The Cuckoo's nest The Liverpool hornpipe. Piece: The Fox chase. Air & jig: An Droighnean donn, The Humours of Cappagh. March: Brian Boru's march Reels: The Maid of Mount Cisco, George White's favourite. Jigs: The Gallowglass, The Maid at the spinning wheel. Air: Blind Mary Slip jigs: Hardiman the fiddler, Drops of brandy. Reels: The Broken pledge, The Maid behind the bar. Air: Se fath mo bhuartha. Set dance: The Blackbird

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Shannon, Joe
Irish music from Chicago / Joe Shannon, (uilleann pipes) (1880 Taylor D-set made for John Beatty)
Somerville, Mass. : Rounder, (198-?) - 1 LP? : stereo

Contents:?

Shannon, Joe
Noonday feast / Joe Shannon, (uilleann pipes) (1880 Taylor D-set made for John Beatty), Johnny McGreevy, (violin), Mick Maloney, (guitar)
New Canan : Green Linnet: SIF 1023, 1980 - 1 LP : stereo
Recorded 1977 and 1978

Contents: The Limestone rock,The Tubercurry reel. Rambles with Rory, The Noonday feast. The Dark haired lass. Seán Ryan's. Miss Thornton's. Tony Lowe's. The Maid on the green, Jackson's bottle of brandy. Jimmy Giblin's. The Derry hornpipe. The Primrose lass. The Steampacket, The Morning star, Miss McLeod's. Tommy Cawley's. The Boy in the boat. Speed the plough, The Duke of Leinster. The Blackbird. McGreevy's favourite. Butcher's march. Miss Monahan's

Stafford, Brian
The caves of Cong / Josie Nugent, & Brian Stafford, ; Edel McLaughlin, piano , Alan Burke, guitar, Mary Nugent, flute
1 CD : stereo

Contents: The Rocky road to Dublin, An Maidrín rua (Fox hunters' jig) slip jigs. The Green pidgeon, Fair maids of Ireland reels. Annie Laurie, Brian O'Neill quadrilles. Ó! mo cailín d'imtig sí! (Oh! my darling left me!) air. Bríste bréidín (Tweed Trousers) hop jig, An Fear mór (The Big man) set dance. The Kerry lassie, The Lisburn lasses, The Fermoy lasses reels. Fitzgerald's hornpipe, The Steamboat hornpipe. The Merry old woman, Nóra an corit (Nora of the Corath) jigs. The Caves of Cong (Bean an fir rua) air. The Old Foxhunter's Jigg jig. The Boy in the gap, Seán Reid's reel reels. Cailleać a marbuigis mé (Hag! you've killed me), The Geese in the bog jigs. The Acorn stomp, The Razzle dazzle barn dances. Máire an Pórtair (Mary with the porter), Kiss the widow jigs. Miss Pierce's reel, Miss Walker's favourite, reel 105 reels

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Touhey, Patrick
Four Victor 78 rpm records recorded between 1920 and 1923. Also a number of Ediphone cylinder recordings made in 1903 housed at the Irish Folklore Commission in Dublin. Even privately produced custom
made cylinder recordings sold by Touhey himself.
Ref.: O'Neill's Irish folk music, EP Publ. ed., 1973, p. XI: Introduction by Barry O'Neill

Contents:?

Touhey, Patrick
My partner's fancy ... / John J. Kimmel, accordion with piano Patrick J. Touhey, Irish pipes
Camden, N.J. : Victor Talking Machine Co., (191-?) - 1 78 : mono : 10 in.

Contents: My partner's fancy (medley of Irish reels). The maid on the green. Jackson's jig#(Touhey, Patrick: My partner's fancy). A Drink of water#(Touhey, Patrick: My partner's fancy)

Touhey, Patrick
Piping of Patsy Touhey / Patrick Touhey, (uilleann pipes) (Taylor D-set currently owned by Seán Mac Chiarnáin)
Dublin : Na Píobairí Uilleann 001, (199-?) - 1 MC : mono

Contents: Drowsy Maggie, Scotch Mary, Flogging reel (reels). The Sword in hand (reel). The Kildare fancy (hornpipe). The Humours of Glin, Maid behind the bar (double jig, reel). Brian the brave (air). Fasten the leg in her (double jig). The Morning star (reel). The Irish washerwoman (double jig). The Shaskeen (reel). Garryowen (march). Poll ha'penny, Swallow's tail (set dance, reel). Maid on the green, Jackson's jig, A Drink of water(double jigs, slip jig). Halligan's fancy (reel). Killarney (Balfe) air). Jackson's morning brush (double jig). Gusty's frolics (slip-jig). Colonel Fraser (reel). Rakes of Clonmel, Toss the feathers (double jig, reel). The Munster gimlet (slip-jig). Humours of Ennistymon (double jig). Harvest home (hornpipe). Steampacket, Morning star, Miss McLeod (reels)

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Vallely, Brian
Song of the chanter / Brian Vallely, (uilleann pipes)
Outlet, (197-?) - 1 EP? : stereo

Contents: A chailleach do mhatais me, The Gold ring (jigs). Hardiman the fiddler (slip jig). The Repeal of the union, Maids of Mitchellstown (reels). Uir-chill a chreagain (slow air). Song of the chanter (march)

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Walsh, Brian
Walsh's fancy / Brian Walsh, (uilleann pipes)
Walsh's Fancy Music, (recorded 1999) - 1 CD : stereo
Contents: Jigs: The Jig of slurs; The Athoole Highlanders. Reels: The Castle reel, Toss the feathers, The High road to Linton. Song/Slow Air : Shannagolden, "Greeting the Tramore Morning Mist". Slip jigs: The Butterfly, The Humours of Ballyloughlin, Drops of brandy Reels: The Bird in the bush, The Wild Irishman, The Mountain Road. Jigs: The Connaughtman's rambles, The Lark in the morning, Bill Hart's, The Cliffs of Moher. Slow air & polka: Go safely home, dad, Brian Walsh's fancy. Reels : Drowsy Maggie, The Morning dew, The Flowers of Redhill. Reels: The Tar road to Sligo, Farewell to Eireann. Lament: Limerick's lamentation. Reels: The Sally Gardens, The Silver spear, The Bucks of Oranmore

Walsh, Liam
Banks of the Suir /Liam Walsh, uilleann pipes London: His Master's Voice: B 2073 (plum label), 1926?) - 1 10 in. 78 rpm mono

Contents: Banks of the Sluir. Garden of daisies

Walsh, Liam
Blackbird /Liam Walsh, uilleann pipes London: His Master's Voice: B 1947 (plum label), (1926?) - 1 10 in. 78 rpm mono

Contents: Blackbird. Salamanca (Irish reel)

Walsh, Liam
Cliffs of Moher London: His Master's Voice: B 2157 (plum label), (1926?) - 1 10 in. 78 rpm mono

Contents: Cliffs of Moher. Dan McCarthy's fancy. Mountain lark (reel). Saddle the pony

Walsh, Liam
Delaney's drummers / Liam Walsh, uilleann pipes London: His Master's Voice: B 2027 (plum label), (1926?) - 1 10 in. 78 rpm mono

Contents: Delaney's drummers. Jackson's morning brush. Rambling pitchfork. Spillane the fiddler

Walsh, Liam
Dunphy's / Liam Walsh, uilleann pipes London: His Master's Voice: B 1903 (plum label), (1926?) - 1 10 in. 78 rpm mono

Contents: Hornpipes: Dunphy's, The Woods of Kilkenny. Reels: The Green mountain. Rakish Paddy

Walsh, Liam
Walls of Limerick / Liam Walsh, uilleann pipes London: Decca: F.3815, (192-?) - 1 10 in. 78 rpm mono

Contents: The Walls of Limerick, Rogha an ehile

Walsh, Liam
William Andrews, Liam Walsh / Liam Walsh, uilleann pipes William Andrews, uilleann pipes (15 1/2 inch Coyne set)
London : Topic: 12T262, p 1976 - 1 LP : mono
Cork : Ossian: OSS 68, 1993) - 1 MC : mono
(Classics of Irish piping : vol. 2)
Recorded 1924-1928

Contents: Liam Walsh: The Portlaw reel (aka: The Chicago reel). The Faithful brown cow (air). Billy Taylor's fancy (hornpipe). The Garden of daisies (set dance). The Banks of the Suir (air & reel). The Mountain lark, Dan McCarthy's fancy (reels). The Cliffs of Moher, Saddle the pony (double jigs). William Andrews: Yellow John, Kitty's rambles (double jigs). Speed the plough, Johnny Gorman (aka: The Beauty spot) (reels). Ask my Father, The Mountain lark (single jigs). May Day (aka: The Mullingar races & Walsh's hornpipe, The Cuckoo's nest (aka: Jacky tar & Come ashore, jolly tar, and your trousers on) (hornpipes). Smash the windows, Rocky road to Dublin (single jig, slip jig). Bonny Kate, The First house of Connaught (reels). Munster buttermilk (double jig)

Wheels of the world / Mullaney & Stack, Patrick J. Touhey, Liam Walsh, Tom Ennis
Morning Star: 45001, 197-?, 1 LP : mono

Contents: Mullaney & Stack: Maid in a cherry tree (reel). Patrick Touhey: Steam packet, Morning star (reels). Miss McCleod. Liam Walsh: Billy Taylor's fancy (hornpipe). Tom Ennis: The Three little drummers, The Connachtman's rambles. The Joy of life, Nancy Hynes (jigs). Patrick Touhey: The Maid on the green, Jackson's jig (jigs). A Drink of water

Vignoles, Michael
Wind, wood and brass / Michael Vignoles, uilleann pipes ; Michael Conboy, flute & whistle ...
(Galway?): Chivalry Music:?, p 2000, 1 CD : stereo

Contents: Dinky jig, Let me into your socks. Boyne hunt, Spike Island lassies. The rocks of Bawn (song). The Lazy winkle, The little bag of cockles. An Drimin down. Bonnie Anne, Within a mile of Dublin. The Controversial reel, Sporting Paddy. Dark loch na gall. Johnny Dadlum (song), Trip to the cottage, Gallagher's frolics. Treasure Island (song). Island tower


TUNE INDEX


) (McNamara, Brian & Tim Collins: Reed only)
AA -B -C -D -E -F -G -H -I -J -K -L -M -N -O -P -Q - R -S -T -U - V -W -Y
Abbey reel(Mulligan, Neil: Leitrim thrush)
Ace and deuce of pipering
Ace and deuce of piping
(Barry, Leonard: Mind the pipes) (Drones and the chanters volume 2) (Dywer, Donncha: Bourke & Dywer) (Ennis, Séamus: Ace and deuce of piping) (Ennis, Séamus: Return from Fingal) (Furey, Finbar: Prince of pipers) (Keenan, Paddy: Paddy Keenan) (O'Flynn, Liam: Fire aflame) (McFadden, Gerry: Drones from the black mountain) (Piping in Ireland: Mick O'Brien) (Rickard, Leo: Pure piping)
Acorn stomp(Stafford, Brian: The caves of Cong)
Adieu adieu thou faithless world(O'Sullivan, Jerry: O'Sullivan meets O'Farrell)
After Aughrim's great disaster(O'Flynn, Liam: Out to an other side)
Ag taisteal na Blárnan(McNamara, Brian & Tim Collins: Reed only)
Aggie Whyte's(Cooney, Michael: Happy to meet and sorry to part) (McNamara, Brian & Tim Collins: Reed only)
Ah surely(O'Connell, Michael "Blackie": Friars Green)
Aidan Cuffe's reel(O'Sullivan, Jerry: Gift)
Aille's antics(McSherry, John: Soma)
Airgead realach(Mulligan, Neil: Tobar glé)
Aisling gael
Aisling gheal
(Mac Mathúna, Pádraic: Blas na meala=Hives of honeyed sound) (Masterson, Declan: Tropical trad) (McSherry, John: Soma) (O'Regan, Fiachra: Aisling gheal)
Alastruims march(Masterson, Declan: Fairwater=Fionnuisce)
Alex Menzie's clog(Finn, Joe: The piper calls the tune)
Alexander's hornpipe(Lees, Watkin: Trip over the mountain) (Mulligan, Neil: Barr na cúille) (New dawn: Louise Mulcahy) (O'Flynn, Liam: Liam O'Flynn)
Alexandria's(McAloon, Sean: Drops of brandy)
Alfie's rambles(Browne, Ronan: South west wind)
All the way to Galway(O'Brien-Moran, Jimmy: Take me tender)
Am ghaoth aniar aneas(Denman, Todd: Reeds and rosin)
Amárach lá le Pádraig(Power, David: My love is in America)
Ambrose O'Donovan(Dunne, Mickey: Limerick lassies)
Amhrán an tae
Amhrán an trá bráne(Hannan, Robbie: Traditional Irish music played on the uilleann pipes) (O'Regan, Fiachra: Aisling gheal)
Amhrán na leabhar(Bradfield, David: Celtic pulse) (Lambe, Eugene: Trip to Fanore)
An t-Athair Jack Walshe
see:
Tatter Jack Walsh
Ancient Irish march(McKeon, Seán: Dublin made me)
Anchory lasses(Deegan, Dicky: Phíb)
And fox ate Nandy's red shoe(Dillon, Eoin: The golden mean)
Andy McGann's(Keenan, Paddy: Na keen affair)
Andy Renwicks ferret(Nolan, Martin: Travel 'n style)
Andy's(Cooney, Michael: Just piping)
Annaghodown(Power, David: My love is in America)
Annie dear(Clancy, Willie: Gold ring)
Annie Laurie(Stafford, Brian: The caves of Cong)
Anonn's anall(Drones and the chanters)
Antara(O'Connell, Michael "Blackie": Friars Green)
Anthony Frawley's(Keane, Tommy: Wind among the reeds)
AntSíor-Ghaoith(Neff Bros.: Soundpost and bridle)
Anuigh ar an bhFarraige(Neff Bros.: Soundpost and bridle)
Aoibhinn Crónán(O'Brien, Mick: Deadly buzz)
Aonach bearna na nGaoithe
see even:
Dark girl in blue
(Power, David: The Eighteen Moloney)
Ar bhruach na Laoi(O'Flynn, Liam: Out to an other side)
Ar Éirinn Ní Neosfainn cé hí(Clancy, Willie: Gold ring) (Laban, Peter: They'll be good yet)
Árd an bhothair(Browne, Ronan: Touch me if you dare)
Árd Mhín(Keenan, Paddy: Paddy Keenan)
Around the world(Ennis, Tom: Murphy's) (Ennis, Tom: Tom Ennis)
Ash grove(Reck, Tommy: Stone in the field)
Ash plant(Doran, Felix: Last of the travelling pipers) (Gentlemen pipers: Felix Doran) (Rowsome, Leo: Piper's choice)
Ashmolean House(O'Sullivan, Jerry: Invasion)
Ashokan farewell(Dunne, Mickey: Limerick lassies)
Ask my Father(Andrews, William: William Andrews, Liam Walsh) (Clancy, Willie: Jigs, reels and hornpipes) (Clancy, Willie: West wind) (Deegan, Dicky: Phíb) (Ennis, Séamus: Best of Irish piping) (Gentlemen pipers: William Andrews) (O'Flynn, Liam: Fire aflame) (Piping in Ireland: Wilbert Garvin, Darragh Murphy, Mick O'Brien, Kevin Rowsome with the Cullybackey Drum Corps)
Atlantic Drive(McSherry, John: Soma)
Auld fella(Hyde, Dermoy: Pipeline)
Aw di Audi(Furey, Finbar: Slender promise)
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Babaganoush(Dillon, Eion: Golden mean)
Back of the haggard(Lambe, Eugene: Trip to Fanore)
Badai na scadan(McSherry, John: Soma)
Bag of potatoes
Bag of spuds
(Denman, Todd: Like magic) (Ennis, Tom: The Blackbird...) (Ennis, Tom: James Morrison and Tom Ennis) (Finn, Joe: The piper calls the tune) (Gill, Emmett: Mountain grove)
Baile bhuirne polka(Ó Riabhaigh, Eoin: Tiomnacht (Handed on))
Bailitheoir Longphoirt(Keenan, Paddy: Paddy Keenan)
Ballinacourty(McNamara, Brian & Tim Collins: Reed only)
Ballingarry(O'Flynn, Liam: Fine art of piping)
Ballintore fancy(Rowsome, Leo: King of the pipers) (Rowsome, Leo: Rí na bPíobairí)
Ballintore jig(Keenan, Paddy: Port an pióbairth)
Ballintra lass(Keane, Tommy: Piper's apron)
Ballymanus Fair(Ennis, Séamus: Morning brush) (Ennis, Séamus: Return from Fingal)
Ballymanus girl(Ennis, Séamus: Return from Fingal)
Ballnacally reel(McNamara, Brian & Tim Collins: Reed only)
Ballyoran hornpipe(Gentlemen pipers: Mícheál OBriain) (McKeon, Gay: Irish piping tradition) (O Briain, Mícheál: Flags of Dublin)
Baltimore reel(Finn, Joe: The piper calls the tune)
Banish misfortune(Bradfield, David: Celtic pulse) (Browne, Peter: Gathering) (Browne, Ronan: Touch me if you dare) (Clancy, Willie: Gold ring) (Clancy, Willie: Pipering of Willie Clancy : vol. 2) (Ennis, Séamus: Feidlim Tonn Ri's castle or The King of Ireland's son) (McKenna, Joe: Traditional music of Ireland)
Bank of Ireland(Browne, Ronan: Touch me if you dare) (D'Arcy, Patrick: Wallop the spot) (McKenna, Joe: Traditional music of Ireland)
Bank of turf(Lees, Watkin: Trip over the mountain) (O'Flynn, Liam: Liam O'Flynn)
Banks of Lough Gowna(Browne, Ronan: South west wind) (Nolan, Martin: Travel 'n style)
Banks of the Suir(Kearney, Tommy: Tommy Kearney) (Walsh, Liam: Banks of the Suir) (Gentlemen pipers: Liam Walsh) (Walsh, Liam: William Andrews, Liam Walsh)
Bantry Bay(Denman, Todd: Reeds and rosin) (Power, David: My love is in America)
Bantry Bay hornpipe(Ennis, Séamus: Return from Fingal) (Rowsome, Leo: Leo Rowsome: vol 1)
Barbara Allen(Keenan, Paddy: Paddy Keenan)
Bare haven(Finn, Joe: The piper calls the tune)
Barr na cúille(McKeon, Gay, Conor & Seán: Dusty miller) (Mulligan, Neil: Barr na cúille)
Barrack Street(Nolan, Martin: Travel 'n style)
Barrakaldo(Dillon, Eion: Golden mean)
Barry's trip to Paris(Grasso, Elliott: Standing room only)
Basket of oysters(McNamara, Brian & Tim Collins: Reed only)
Basket of turf(Cooney, Michael: Tunes from a village)
Battering ram(Carberry, Peter: Traditional music of Ireland: vol. 2)
Battle of Aughrim(Rowsome, Leo: King of the pipers) (Rowsome, Leo: Rí na bPíobairí)
Battle of Clontarf(Ennis, James: Battle of Clontarf)
Bean an&Facute;ir rua&dacute;(Stafford, Brian: The caves of Cong)
Bean dubh an ghleanna
see even:
Dark lady of the glen
Dark woman of the glen
(Drones and the chanters) (Ennis, Séamus: Ace and deuce of piping) (Ennis, Séamus: Morning brush) (Hannan, Robbie: Traditional Irish music played on the uilleann pipes) (Masterson, Declan: Deireadh an fhómhair=End of the harvest) (Mulligan, Neil: Leitrim thrush) (O'Flynn, Liam: Piper's call) (Power, David: The eighteen Moloney) (Ó Riabhaigh, Eoin: Tiomnacht (Handed on))
Bean tinceara
Bhean tincéaram
(Laban, Peter: They'll be good yet) (O'Flynn, Liam: Liam O'Flynn)
Beauty spot
see even: Johnny Gorman
(Andrews, William: William Andrews, Liam Walsh) (Clancy, Willie: West wind) (Denman, Todd: Like magic) (Drones and the chanters volume 2) (Ennis, Séamus: Return from Fingal) (McNamara, Brian & Tim Collins: Reed only) (McNulty, Pat: Uilleann pipes) (O'Brien-Moran, Jimmy: Seán Reid's favourite) (O'Flynn, Liam: Liam O'Flynn)
Beauties of Ireland(McNamara, Brian: Piper's dream)
Bee's wing(Drones and the chanters volume 2)
Belfast hornpipe(McFadden, Gerry: Drones from the black mountain)
Belharbour hornpipe(O'Flynn, Liam: Fire aflame)
Believe me if all those endearing young charms(Ennis, Tom: Believe me if all those endearing young charms) (Ennis, Tom: Tom Ennis)
Belles of Liscarroll(O'Brien, Mick: Deadly buzz)
Bells of Tipperary(Cooney, Michael: Happy to meet and sorry to part) (Grasso, Elliott: Standing room only)
Bertie Cunnion's(Masterson, Declan: Tropical trad)
Bessom in bloom(Morales, Lorenzo: Tales of the travelling pipers)
Bhean chaointe(McSherry, John: Soma)
Bhean tinceara(O'Connell, Michael "Blackie": Friars Green)
Biddy from Sligo(O'Brien, Mick & Ó Raghallaigh, Caoimhín: Kitty lie over)
Biddy from Muckross(McNamara, Brian & Tim Collins: Reed only)
Big John jig(Bars, Ronan Le: Bimis ag ol)
Big man(Stafford, Brian: The caves of Cong)
Big Pat(Keane, Tommy: Piper's apron) (McKeon, Gay: Irish piping tradition)
Bill Sullivan's(McHugh, Joe: Slua nua=Open door) (McKenna, Joe: Slua nua=Open door)
Billy Brocker's(Keane, Tommy: Piper's apron)
Billy Connor's(McKeon, Seán: Dublin made me)
Billy McCormack's(Mac Mathúna, Pádraic: Blas na meala=Hives of honeyed sound)
Billy Taylor's fancy(Walsh, Liam: William Andrews, Liam Walsh) (Wheels of the world: Liam Walsh)
Bímis ag ól's ag pógadh na mban(Bars, Ronan Le: Bimis ag ol) (Browne, Ronan: Touch me if you dare) (Clancy, Willie: Pipering of Willie Clancy : vol. 2) (Drones and the chanters) (Mulligan, Neil: Tobar glé)
Bird in the tree(McKenna, Joe: At home)
Black rogue (Ennis, Tom: James Morrison and Tom Ennis) (Keane, Tommy: Wind among the reeds) (McNulty, Pat: Uilleann pipes)
Blackberry blossom(Cooney, Michael: Happy to meet and sorry to part)
Blackbird (Doran, Johnny: Bunch of keys) (Doran, Johnny: Johnny Doran) (Carberry, Peter: Traditional music of Ireland: vol 2.) (Ennis, Séamus: Wandering minstrel) (Gentlemen pipers: Séamus Ennis) (Ennis, Tom: The Blackbird...) (Keenan, Paddy: Paddy Keenan) (McAuliffe, James C.: Blackbird) (Mulligan, Neil: Tobar glé) (O'Mealy, R.L.: 1943 BBC recording) (Power, David: The eighteen Moloney) (Rowsome, Leo: Leo Rowsome: vol 1) (Rowsome, Leon: Traditional Irish pipes) (Shannon, Joe: Noonday feast) (Walsh, Liam: Blackbird)
Blackbird reel(Denman, Todd: Like magic)
Blacksmith(Andrews, William: Rakes of Kildare)
Blacksmith's reel(Andrews, William: Blacksmith's reel) (McHugh, Joe: Slua nua=Open door) (McKenna, Joe: Slua nua=Open door)
Blackthorn stick (Bagpipes of Britain & Ireland: McPeake Family Trio) (Hannan, Robbie: Séidán sí) (McKeon, Gay, Conor & Seán: Dusty miller) (Reck, Tommy: Stone in the field)
Blackwells(O'Flynn, Liam: Out to an other side)
Blarney pilgrim (Grasso, Elliott: Standing room only) (Keenan, Paddy: Long grazing acre)
Blind Mary(Cooney, Michael: Just piping) (McAloon, Sean: Drops of brandy) (McNulty, Pat: Uilleann pipes) (Rowsome, Kevin: Rowsome tradition) (Rowsome, Leon: Traditional Irish pipes)
Bloom of youth(Denman, Todd: Like magic)
Blooming meadows(Browne, Ronan: Touch me if you dare) (Carberry, Peter: Traditional music of Ireland: vol 2.) (Ennis, Séamus: Best of Irish piping) (Ennis, Séamus: Fox chase) (O'Brien-Moran, Jimmy: Seán Reid's favourite)
Blue angel(Lees, Watkin: Trip over the mountain)
Bobby Casey's(Keenan, Brendan: Brendan Keenan)
Bobby Gardner's(Light through the leaves: Bill Ochs)
Bocht agus sona(Nolan, Martin: Travel 'n style)
Boil the breakfast early (Hannan, Robbie: Séidán sí) (Rowsome, Leo: Leo Rowsome: vol 1)
Boinéad an tSeoltóra (Keenan, Paddy: Paddy Keenan)
Bold Fenian men(Rowsome, Leo: Leo Rowsome: vol 2)
Bold trainer o (Browne, Ronan: South west wind) (Clancy, Willie: Gold ring) (Clancy, Willie: Pipering of Willie Clancy : vol 1) (Clancy, Willie: Seoda ceoil 1)
Bonaparte's retreat(Kearney, Tommy: Tommy Kearney) (Masterson, Declan: Deireadh an fhómhair=End of the harvest)
Bonnín buí
see even:
Buinneán buí
Yellow bittern
(Lees, Watkin: Trip over the mountain) (McNamara, Brian: Piper's dream) (New dawn: Mikie Smyth)
Bonnie Ann
Bonnie Anne
(Drones and the chanters volume 2) (McHugh, Joe: Long finger=Mhéar fhada) (Vignoles, Michael: Wind, wood and brass)
Bonnie bunch of ferns (Hannan, Robbie: Séidán sí)
Bonnie Kate
Bonny Kate
(Andrews, William: William Andrews, Liam Walsh) (Ennis, Séamus: Return from Fingal) (Hannan, Robbie: Traditional Irish music played on the uilleann pipes) (Keenan, Paddy: Na keen affair) (Mulligan, Neil: Barr na cúille) (Reck, Tommy: Cait bhoideach)
Bonnie Nancy(Cooney, Michael: Tunes from a village)
Bonny blue-eyed lassie(Piping in Ireland: Mick O'Brien)
Bonny bunch of roses(Clancy, Willie: Gold ring) (Clancy, Willie: Pipering of Willie Clancy : vol 1) (Ennis, Séamus: Bonny bunch of roses) (Furey, Finbar: Irish pipes of Finbar Furey) (Furey, Finbar: Traditional Irish pipe music) (Mulligan, Neil: Barr na cúille) (Power, David: My love is in America)
Boolavogue (Rowsome, Leo: Leo Rowsome: vol 1)
Boy in the boat(Cooney, Michael: Just piping) (Shannon, Joe: Noonday feast)
Boy in the gap (Browne, Ronan: Touch me if you dare) (Clancy, Willie: Clare session with Willie Clancy & friends) (Clancy, Willie: Seoda ceoil 1) (McNulty, Pat: Uilleann pipes)
Boy on the hilltop (Finn, Joe: The piper calls the tune) (O'Brien-Moran, Jimmy: Seán Reid's favourite) (Stafford, Brian: The caves of Cong)
Boy raycer(Dillon, Eion: Golden mean)
Boyne hunt (Bagpipes of Britain & Ireland: Séamus Ennis) (Cooney, Michael: Happy to meet and sorry to part) (Ennis, Séamus: Music at the gate) (Keenan, Paddy: Doublin') (McKeon, Gay, Conor & Seán: Dusty miller) (Neff Bros.: Soundpost and bridle) (Vignoles, Michael: Wind, wood and brass)
Boys from the lough (Rowsome, Leo: Leo Rowsome: vol 1)
Boys of 25 (Keane, Tommy: Piper's apron)
Boys of Ballysadare (Denman, Todd: Reeds and rosin)
Boys of Bluehill (Ennis, Séamus: Morning brush) (Ennis, Séamus: Wandering minstrel) (Gentlemen pipers: Séamus Ennis) (McFadden, Gerry: Drones from the black mountain) (Mulligan, Neil: Tobar glé)
Boys of Knock(Barry, Leonard: Mind the pipes)
Boys of Tanderagee
see even:
Rollicking boys around Tandragee
(Hannan, Robbie: Traditional Irish music played on the uilleann pipes)
Boys of the lough(Doran, Felix: Last of the travelling pipers) (Dywer, Donncha: Bourke & Dywer) (Ennis, Séamus: Feidlim Tonn Ri's castle or The king of Ireland's son) (Gentlemen pipers: Felix Doran) (Grasso, Elliott: Standing room only) (Potts, Seán: Seán Potts) (Rowsome, Leo: Irish phonograph)
Boys of the town (Masterson, Declan: Tropical trad) (McFadden, Gerry: Drones from the black mountain) (Power, David: My love is in America)
Boys of Wexford (Rowsome, Leo: Leo Rowsome: vol 1) (Rowsome, Kevin: Rowsome tradition)
Boys on the hilltop(McNamara, Brian & Tim Collins: Reed only)
Braes of Busbie
Braes of Busby
(Drones and the chanters volume 2) (Ennis, Séamus: Best of Irish piping) (Ennis, Séamus: Fox chase) (Ennis, Séamus: Morning brush) (Lambe, Eugene: Trip to Fanore) (McNamara, Brian: Piper's dream) (O'Sullivan, Jerry: O'Sullivan meets O'Farrell)
Braes of Maas(Barry, Leonard: Mind the pipes)
Braoiníní Brannda (Keenan, Paddy: Paddy Keenan)
Brendan Begley's polka (O'Sullivan, Jerry: Invasion)
Brendan Begley's slides (O'Sullivan, Jerry: Invasion)
Brendan theme (O'Flynn, Liam: Brendan voyage)
Brian Boru's march(Cooney, Michael: Happy to meet and sorry to part) (Rowsome, Leon: Traditional Irish pipes)
Brian O'Linn (Ennis, Séamus: Music at the gate)
Brian O'Lynn (Masterson, Declan: Fairwater=Fionnuisce) (McKeon, Gay: Irish piping tradition) (Rowsome, Leo: Leo Rowsome: vol 2)
Brian O'Neill(Stafford, Brian: The caves of Cong)
Brian the brave (Touhey, Patrick: Piping of Patsy Touhey)
Bride's favourite (Kearney, Tommy: Tommy Kearney) (Power, David: My love is in America) (Rowsome, Leo: King of the pipers) (Rowsome, Leo: Rí na bPíobairí)
Bridge
see even:
Droichead
(O'Flynn, Liam: Piper's call)
Bridie's joy (Browne, Ronan: South west wind)
Bright lady (Browne, Ronan: Wynd you know) (Clancy, Willie: Gold ring) (Clancy, Willie: Pipering of Willie Clancy : vol 1) (Drones and the chanters volume 2) (Mac Mathúna, Pádraic: Blas na meala=Hives of honeyed sound) (McNamara, Brian & Tim Collins: Reed only) (Rowsome, Leo: Piper's choice)
Bright white sea-gulls (McNulty, Pat: Uilleann pipes)
Brink of the white rock
See even:
Bruachna carraige báine
(Clancy, Willie: Minstrel from Clare)
Briste bréidan(O'Brien-Moran, Jimmy: Seán Reid's favourite)
Broken pledge (O'Brien-Moran, Jimmy: Seán Reid's favourite) (Rowsome, Kevin: Rowsome tradition) (Rowsome, Leon: Traditional Irish pipes) (Stafford, Brian: The caves of Cong)
Broom (Rowsome, Leo: Leo Rowsome: vol 1)
Brown thorn (Bagpipes of Britain & Ireland: Séamus Ennis) (Ennis, Séamus: Best of Irish piping) (Ennis, Séamus: Music at the gate)
Bruachna carraige báine
See even:
Brink of the white rock
(Clancy, Willie: Minstrel from Clare)
Buachaill caol dubh (Clancy, Willie: Gold ring) (Clancy, Willie: Pipering of Willie Clancy : vol. 2) (Drones and the chanters)(Gentlemen pipers: Seán McAloon) (McAloon, Seán: Drops of brandy) (O'Brien-Moran, Jimmy: Seán Reid's favourite) (Rowsome, Leo: King of the pipers)
Buachaill dreoite(Browne, Ronan: Touch me if you dare) (D'Arcy, Patrick: Wallop the spot) (Masterson, Declan: Deireadh an fhómhair=End of the harvest) (Masterson, Declan: Fairwater=Fionnuisce) (McKeon, Gay: Irish piping tradition) (O'Brien, Mick: May morning dew) (O'Regan, Fiachra: Aisling gheal) (Pipers rock)
Buachaill sa mbearna (Clancy, Willie: Seoda ceoil 1)
Buachaillín bán
see even:
Dear Irish boy
(Deegan, Dicky: Phíb)
Buachaillín buí
see even:
Little fair-haired boy
(Ennis, Séamus: Return from Fingal) (Hannan, Robbie: Traditional Irish music played on the uilleann pipes) (McKeon, Seán: Dublin made me)
Buck from the mountain(Gill, Emmett: Mountain grove) (McKeon, Gay, Conor & Seán: Dusty miller)
Buckley's fancy (Rowsome, Leo: Leo Rowsome: vol 2)
Bucks of Oranmore (Bradfield, David: Celtic pulse)(Clancy, Willie: Gold ring) (Cooney, Michael: Just piping) (Coyne, Mick: Both sides of the Coyne) (Deegan, Dickie: By the river of gems) (Deegan, Dicky: Phíb) (Drones and the chanters) (Ennis, Séamus: Return from Fingal) (Ennis, Tom: James Morrison and Tom Ennis) (Furey, Finbar: Prince of pipers) (Kearney, Tommy: Tommy Kearney) (Keenan, Paddy: Doublin') (Mulligan, Neil: Barr na cúille) (Power, David: My love is in America)
Bucks of Tipparary(O'Sullivan, Jerry: O'Sullivan meets O'Farrell)
Buinneán buí
see even:
Yellow bittern
(Deegan, Dicky: Phíb) (Furey, Finbar: Prince of pipers)
Bumper Squire Jones (Drones and the chanters) (O'Brien, Mick: May morning dew)
Bunch of green rushes(Clancy, Willie: Clare session with Willie Clancy & friends) (Potts, Seán: Seán Potts)
Bunch of keys (Clancy, Willie: Gold ring) (Doran, Johnny: Bunch of keys) (Doran, Johnny: Johnny Doran) (Keenan, Paddy: Doublin') (O'Brien-Moran, Jimmy: Seán Reid's favourite) (Power, David: The eighteen Moloney) (Rowsome, Leo: Leo Rowsome: vol 2)
Burn the stubble (Masterson, Declan: Deireadh an fhómhair=End of the harvest)
Bush (Clancy, Willie: West wind)
Bush in bloom (Ennis, Tom: Irish polkas) (Ennis, Tom: Tom Ennis)
Butcher's jig (Rowsome, Leo: Leo Rowsome: vol 1)
Butcher's march (Deegan, Dickie: By the river of gems) (Denman, Todd: Like magic) (Ennis, Séamus: Return from Fingal) (Ennis, Tom: James Morrison and Tom Ennis) (Ennis, Tom: Tom Ennis) (Ennis, Tom: Walsh's favorite) (Kearney, Tommy: Tommy Kearney) (O'Brien-Moran, Jimmy: Seán Reid's favourite) (Rowsome, Leo: Leo Rowsome: vol 1) (Shannon, Joe: Noonday feast)
Butcher's of Bristol (Kearney, Tommy: Tommy Kearney) (Rowsome, Leo: Leo Rowsome: vol 1)
Butler's jig (Mulligan, Neil: Leitrim thrush)
Butter and peas(Finn, Joe: The piper calls the tune)
Butterfly(Neff Bros.: Soundpost and bridle)
By the river of gems (Deegan, Dickie: By the river of gems) (Ennis, Séamus: Best of Irish piping)
By the waters edge (Masterson, Declan: Deireadh an fhómhair=End of the harvest)
Byrne's (Browne, Ronan: South west wind) (McCarthy, Tommy: Sporting Nell) (McHugh, Joe: Long finger=Mhéar fhada)
Byrne's hornpipe(New dawn: Darragh Murphy)
CA -B -C -D -E -F -G -H -I -J -K -L -M -N -O -P -Q - R -S -T -U - V -W -Y
Cahir's kitchen (Keenan, Paddy: Port an pióbairth)
Cail’n an t’ mh—r(D'Arcy, Patrick: Wallop the spot)
Cailín Deas Crúite na mBó(Kearney, Tommy: Tommy Kearney) (Power, David: The eighteen Moloney)
Cailín na gruiage báine
Cailín na gruiage doinne
Caillin na gruiage doinne
(Masterson, Declan: Fairwater=Fionnuisce) (McHugh, Joe: Long finger=Mhéar fhada)
Cailleach a'shusa (Denman, Todd: Reeds and rosin)
Cailleach an airgidb(D'Arcy, Patrick: Wallop the spot) (O'Brien, Mick: May morning dew) (Power, David: My love is in America)
Caiptín Ó Máille (Mulligan, Neil: Leitrim thrush)
Caisdeach bán (Keane, Tommy: Wind among the reeds)
Caiseal Sterling(Neff Bros.: Soundpost and bridle)
Caisleán an óir(O'Brien, Mick: May morning dew)
Caisleán Dhún Guaire(Clancy, Willie: Gold ring) (Clancy, Willie: Pipering of Willie Clancy : vol. 2) (McKeon, Gay, Conor & Seán: Dusty miller)
Cait bhoideach(Reck, Tommy: Cait bhoideach)
Caitriona rua(Mulligan, Neil: Tobar glé)
Callaghan's (hornpipe)(O'Flynn, Liam: Fine art of piping)
Cailleać a &macute;a&bacute;uiǵis mé(Stafford, Brian: The caves of Cong)
Camber lassies (Masterson, Declan: Tropical trad)
Cameronian (O'Brien, Mick: May morning dew) (Reck, Tommy: Stone in the field)
Caoine uí Dhomhnaill(Barry, Leonard: Mind the pipes)
Caoineadh uí Néill(Browne, Ronan: Wynd you know) (Neff Bros.: Soundpost and bridle)
Cape Clear (Keenan, Paddy: Port an pióbairth)
Cappamore polka(Denman, Todd: Like magic)
Capt. Kelly's(Cooney, Michael: Happy to meet and sorry to part)
Captain Rock(O Briain, Mícheál: Flags of Dublin)
Carolan's concerto (O'Flynn, Liam: Uilleann pipes and tin whistle) (Rowsome, Leo: King of the pipers) (Reck, Tommy: Comhsheinm Ui Chearbhallain) (Rickard, Leo: Pure piping) (Rowsome, Leo: Rí na bPíobairí)
Caroline O'Neill's (McNulty, Pat: Uilleann pipes)
Carraroe jig(Cooney, Michael: Happy to meet and sorry to part)
Carry me down to Carlow (Clancy, Willie: Jigs, reels and hornpipes)
Casadh an tsúgáin
see even:
Fair-haired Cassidy
(Clancy, Willie: Gold ring) (Clancy, Willie: Pipering of Willie Clancy : vol. 2) (Deegan, Dicky: Phíb) (Rowsome, Leo: Piper's choice) (Rowsome, Leon: Traditional Irish pipes)
Casadh na ngéanna: (Turning of the geese)(O'Flynn, Liam: Fire aflame)
Cashmere shawl(McNamara, Brian & Tim Collins: Reed only)
Casideach bán(O'Brien-Moran, Jimmy: Take me tender)
Castaway(Furey, Finbar: Slender promise)
Castle Kelly (Ennis, Séamus: Best of Irish piping) (Ennis, Séamus: Fox chase) (Gentlemen pipers: Mícheál O Briain) (Keenan, Paddy: Doublin') (Mitchell, Pat: Uilleann pipes) (O Briain, Mícheál: Flags of Dublin) (Power, David: My love is in America)
Castle of Dromore (Drones and the chanters) (Kearney, Tommy: Tommy Kearney)
Castle reel(Walsh, Brian: Walsh's fancy)
Castle Sterling(Neff Bros.: Soundpost and bridle)
Castle Street jig (Keane, Tommy: Wind among the reeds)
Castle terrace (Furey, Finbar: Irish pipes of Finbar Furey) (Furey, Finbar: Traditional Irish pipe music)
Castlebar races (McAloon, Sean: Drops of brandy) (Cooney, Michael: Just piping
Castles in the air(Mulligan, Neil: Tobar glé)
Cat that ate the candle (Reck, Tommy: Stone in the field)
Caterpillar(Masterson, Declan: Fairwater=Fionnuisce)
Cath eachdhruime (Rowsome, Leo: King of the pipers)
Cathair an ph’obaire(D'Arcy, Patrick: Wallop the spot)
Cathal McConnell's(Neff Bros.: Soundpost and bridle)
Cauichin Ghleann Neifin (Deegan, Dicky: Phíb)
Cavan Bridge (Ennis, Séamus: Morning brush)
Caves of Cong(Stafford, Brian: The caves of Cong)
Cearc is an coilleach(O'Brien-Moran, Jimmy: Take me tender)
Ceo na gCnoc (Keane, Tommy: Piper's apron) (McKeon, Gay, Conor & Seán: Dusty miller) (O'Brien-Moran, Jimmy: Seán Reid's favourite)
Ceoltóir fánach(Cobblestone sessions: Néillidh Mulligan & Seán Ó Broin)
Chailleach ag an gCuinneig(Neff Bros.: Soundpost and bridle)
Chailleach, do mharáis mé(Clancy, Willie: Gold ring) (Clancy, Willie: Pipering of Willie Clancy : vol. 2) (Clancy, Willie: Seoda ceoil 1) (Vallely, Brian: Song of the chanter)
Chanter's song
see even:
Song of the chanter
(Clancy, Willie: From Erin's green shore) (Clancy, Willie: Irish pipe & fiddle tunes)
Chapóg ghruaigeach(Neff Bros.: Soundpost and bridle)
Charlie Lennon's(Morales, Lorenzo: Tales of the travelling pipers)
Chase her through the garden(Mulligan, Neil: Tobar Glé)
Chase me, Charlie (Ennis, Séamus: Best of Irish piping)
Chattering magpie (Masterson, Declan: Tropical trad)
Cherish the ladies (Cooney, Michael: Happy to meet and sorry to part) (Ennis, Tom: Cherish the ladies) (Ennis, Tom: Tom Ennis) (McCarthy, Tommy: Sporting Nell) (O'Flynn, Liam: Fine art of piping)
Chiaroscuro(Grasso, Elliott: Standing room only)
Chicago (Clancy, Willie: West wind)
Chicago reel
see even:
Portlaw reel
(Clancy, Willie: West wind) (Gentlemen pipers: Liam Walsh) (Walsh, Liam: William Andrews, Liam Walsh)
Chief O'Neill's(Hannan, Robbie: Traditional Irish music played on the uilleann pipes) (Potts, Seán: Seán Potts)
Chief O'Neill's favourite (Clancy, Willie: Gold ring) (Clancy, Willie: Jigs, reels and hornpipes) (Clancy, Willie: Pipering of Willie Clancy : vol. 2) (Ennis, Séamus: Morning brush) (McCarthy, Tommy: Sporting Nell) (McFadden, Gerry: Drones from the black mountain)
Child of my heart(Power, David: The eighteen Moloney)
Choice wife
See even:
O'Farrell's welcome to Limerick
Phis fhluich
Wet pussy
(Clancy, Willie: Breeze from Erin) (Clancy, Willie: Pipering of Willie Clancy : vol. 2)
Choill dharach chiúin(Neff Bros.: Soundpost and bridle)
Chorus jig (Browne, Ronan: South west wind)
Chorus reel (O'Sullivan, Jerry: Invasion)
Christmas Eve (Mulligan, Neil: Leitrim thrush)
Chúilfhionn (Clancy, Willie: Gold ring) (Rowsome, Leo: King of the pipers)
Chúileann(Doran, Johnny: Bunch of keys) (Doran, Johnny: Johnny Doran) (Lees, Watkin: Trip over the mountain) (Ó Riabhaigh, Eoin: Tiomnacht (Handed on))
Churchyard of Creggan (Markey, Daniel: Churchyard of Creggan)
Cias liathain(Morales, Lorenzo: Tales of the travelling pipers)
Clancy's jig (Clancy, Willie: Pipering of Willie Clancy : vol 1)
Clancy's dream(Mulligan, Neil: Barr na cúille)
Clar bog-deil (Ennis, Séamus: Bonny bunch of roses)
Clare jig (Dunne, Mickey: Limerick lassies) (Keenan, Paddy: Long grazing acre)
Clare's dragoons (Rowsome, Leo: Leo Rowsome: vol 1)
Cliff (Mulligan, Neil: Leitrim thrush)
Cliffs of Moher (Gill, Emmett: Mountain grove) (Keane, Tommy: Piper's apron) (Masterson, Declan: Fairwater=Fionnuisce) (McHugh, Joe: Slua nua=Open door) (McKenna, Joe: Slua nua=Open door) (Walsh, Liam: Cliffs of Moher) (Walsh, Liam: William Andrews, Liam Walsh)
Cliffs of Mykines (O'Flynn, Liam: Brendan voyage)
Cloone hornpipe (Rowsome, Leo: Leo Rowsome: vol 2)
Cnoc glas(Durham, Con: Ar an slí)
Cnocán teampaill(Power, David: The eighteen Moloney)
Cock o' the north(McAuliffe, James C.: Cock o' the north)
College groves (Drones and the chanters volume 2) (Hannan, Robbie: Traditional Irish music played on the uilleann pipes) (Mitchell, Pat: Uilleann pipes) (Pipers rock) (Rowsome, Kevin: Rowsome tradition)
Collier's (Clancy, Willie: Gold ring) (Browne, Ronan: Touch me if you dare) (Gallagher, Michael: Garden of daisies) (Keenan, Paddy: Port an pióbairth) (Masterson, Declan: Deireadh an fhómhair=End of the harvest) (Nolan, Martin: Travel 'n style)
Colliers' reel (Browne, Ronan: South west wind) (Jeffries, Adrian: Just intonational - Ceol dhá phíobaire) (Laban, Peter: They'll be good yet) (McCormick, Billy: Just intonational - Ceol dhá ph&iacut;obaire) (Rowsome, Leo: Leo Rowsome: vol 1)
Coleman's cross(Neff Bros.: Soundpost and bridle)
Colonel Fraser
Colonel Frazer
Colonel Frazier
(Barry, Leonard: Mind the pipes) (Cooney, Michael: Just piping) (Doran, Johnny: Bunch of keys) (Doran, Johnny: Johnny Doran) (Dywer, Donncha: Bourke & Dywer) (Ennis, Séamus: Best of Irish piping) (Ennis, Séamus: Fox chase) (Furey, Finbar: Irish pipe music) (Kearney, Tommy: Tommy Kearney) (Keenan, Paddy: Paddy Keenan) (McKeon, Gay: Irish piping tradition) (McNamara, Brian: Piper's dream) (Mulligan, Neil: Tobar glé) (O'Regan, Fiachra: Aisling gheal) (Ó Riabhaigh, Eoin: Tiomnacht (Handed on)) (O'Sullivan, Jerry: Invasion) (Pipers rock) (Ring, Brendan: Across the waters) (Rowsome, Leon: Traditional Irish pipes) (Touhey, Patrick: Piping of Patsy Touhey)
Colonel Rodger's favourite (Clancy, Willie: Pipering of Willie Clancy : vol. 2)
Colonel Taylor's reel (Delaney, Barney: Colonel Taylor's reel)
Comb your hair and curl it(McKeon, Gay, Conor & Seán: Dusty miller)
Come ashore, jolly tar, and your trousers on
see even:
Cuckoo's nest
Jacky Tar
(Andrews, William: William Andrews, Liam Walsh)
Come west along the road (Cooney, Michael: Happy to meet and sorry to part) (Denman, Todd: Reeds and rosin) (Durham, Con: Ar an slí)
Comedy maid(Fitzpatrick, Patrick: Louden's bonnie woods and braes) (Fitzpatrick, Patrick: Three drops of brandy)
Comhsheinm Ui Chearbhallain(Reck, Tommy: Comhsheinm Ui Chearbhallain)
Coming of spring>(Rowsome, Kevin: Rowsome tradition)
Commons polkas(Cooney, Michael: Just piping)
Con Cassidy's(Denman, Todd: Like magic)
Concert reel(Masterson, Declan: Fairwater=Fionnuisce)
Concertina reel ((Laban, Peter: They'll be good yet) Deegan, Dickie: By the river of gems) (Mitchell, Pat: Uilleann pipes)
Condon's frolics (Keenan, Paddy: Port an pióbairth)
Congress reel (Doran, Felix: Felix Doran) (Keenan, Paddy: Doublin')
Connacht heifers
Connaught heifers
(Browne, Ronan: South west wind) (C lancy, Willie: Gold ring)(Clancy, Willie: Pipering of Willie Clancy : vol. 2) (Ennis, Séamus: Morning brush) (Hannan, Robbie: Rabharta ceoil: in full spate) (Keane, Tommy: Piper's apron) (O'Flynn, Liam: Fire aflame) (O'Brien, Mick: May morning dew) (Piping in Ireland: John Hughes & Bernie Stocks)
Connachtman's rambles
Connaught man's rambles
(Denman, Todd: Reeds and rosin) (Ennis, Séamus: Bonny bunch of roses) (Ennis, Séamus: Irish pipe and tinwhistle songs) (Ennis, Tom: Frost is all over) (Ennis, Tom: Mama's pet) (Keane, Tommy: Piper's apron)(Mulligan, Neil: Barr na cúille) (O'Brien, Mick: May morning dew) (Wheels of the world: Tom Ennis)
Connemara (Furey, Finbar: Slender promise)
Connie Connell's(O'Flynn, Liam: Fine art of piping)
Conny's jig(Furey, Finbar: Prince of pipers)
Conor Tully's (Hyde, Dermoy: Pipeline) (Masterson, Declan: Tropical trad)
Conspiracy (O'Sullivan, Jerry: Invasion)
Contentment is wealth (Masterson, Declan: Tropical trad)
Contradiction (Deegan, Dicky: Phíb) (McKenna, Joe: Traditional music of Ireland)
Controversial reel(Vignoles, Michael: Wind, wood and brass)
Conversation (McKenna, Joe: Magenta music)
Cook in the kitchen (Carberry, Peter: Traditional music of Ireland: vol. 2) (Delaney, Barney: Cook in the kitchen) (Ennis, Tom: Frost is all over) (Ennis, Tom: Mama's pet (Ennis, Tom: Tom Ennis) (Hannan, Robbie: Séidán sí) (Kearney, Tommy: Tommy Kearney) (Power, David: The eighteen Moloney) (Reck, Tommy: Stone in the field) (Rickard, Leo: Pure piping) (Rowsome, Leo: Leo Rowsome: vol 2)
Coolin (Doran, Felix: Last of the travelling pipers) (Rowsome, Leo: King of the pipers)>(Rowsome, Kevin: Rowsome tradition) (Rowsome, Leo: Rí na bPíobairí)
Cooley's
see even:
Fiddler Leahy's
(Clancy, Willie: Clare session with Willie Clancy & friends)
Cooley's hornpipe(O'Regan, Fiachra: Aisling gheal)
Connaught heifers(Finn, Joe: The piper calls the tune)
Connemara(Furey, Finbar: Slender promise)
Copperplate reel(Bradfield, David: Celtic pulse) (Carberry, Peter: Traditional music of Ireland : vol. 2) (D'Arcy, Patrick: Wallop the spot) (Ennis, Séamus: Bonny bunch of roses) (Ennis, Séamus: Irish pipe and tinwhistle songs) (Gentlemen pipers: Seán McAloon) (McAloon, Sean: Drops of brandy) (Mulligan, Neil: Barr na cúille) (O'Brien, Mick & Ó Raghallaigh, Caoimhín: Kitty lie over)
Coppers and brass (Clancy, Willie: Gold ring) (Doran, Johnny: Bunch of keys) (Doran, Johnny: Johnny Doran) (Keenan, Paddy: Paddy Keenan) (McKenna, Joe: Traditional music of Ireland) (O Briain, Mícheál: Flags of Dublin)
Cordal(McKeon, Gay, Conor & Seán: Dusty miller)
Cor Mhic Leoid (Keenan, Paddy: Paddy Keenan)
Corner house (Carberry, Peter: Traditional music of Ireland : vol. 2) (Keane, Tommy: Wind among the reeds) (Keenan, Paddy: Na keen affair)
Corney is coming (Browne, Ronan: South west wind) (Clancy, Willie: Gold ring) (Clancy, Willie: Pipering of Willie Clancy : vol 1) (Cooney, Michael: Happy to meet and sorry to part) (Laban, Peter: They'll be good yet) (O'Connell, Michael "Blackie": Friars Green) (Rickard, Leo: Pure piping)
Cornphíopa Dhonnacha uí Bhriain(Neff Bros.: Soundpost and bridle)
Cornphíopa Dhonnchaidh (Keenan, Paddy: Paddy Keenan)
Cornphiópa na síoga (Mulligan, Neil: Leitrim thrush)
Cornphíopa na sióg (Ennis, Séamus: Ceol, scéalta agus amhráin)
Cornphíopa Phat Ward (Ennis, Séamus: Ceol, scéalta agus amhráin)
Corny is coming (D'Arcy, Patrick: Wallop the spot) (Deegan, Dickie: By the river of gems)
Cosán gairbhéalach(Neff Bros.: Soundpost and bridle)
Coulin (Andrews, William: Coulin) (Ennis, Tom: Dear Irish boy) (Ennis, Tom: Tom Ennis) (McAuliffe, James C.: Coulin) (McFadden, Gerry: Drones from the black mountain)
County Cork reel (Clancy, Willie: Jigs, reels and hornpipes)
Courting them all(Denman, Todd: Like magic)
Craig's pipes
Cregg's pipes
(Dywer, Donncha: Bourke & Dywer) (Flea ceoil: Felix Doran) (Keenan, Paddy: Na keen affair)
Crehan's(Cooney, Michael: Just piping)
Cró na nGabhar(McNamara, Brian & Tim Collins: Reed only)
Cronin's hornpipe (Browne, Ronan: Touch me if you dare) (Ennis, Séamus: Wandering minstrel) (Keenan, Paddy: Doublin') (O'Flynn, Liam: Uilleann pipes and tin whistle)
Crooked road (Browne, Ronan: South west wind) (Keane, Tommy: Piper's apron) (Masterson, Declan: Fairwater=Fionnuisce)
Crooked road to Dublin (Clancy, Willie: Clare session with Willie Clancy & friends) (McAloon, Sean: Drops of brandy) (McKenna, Joe: At home)
Croppy boy(McFadden, Gerry: Drones from the black mountain)
Crosaite uí chlumháin(Neff Bros.: Soundpost and bridle)
Croton Dam(O'Sullivan, Jerry: Invasion)
Crowley's reel(Bars, Ronan Le: Bimis ag ol) (Masterson, Declan: Tropical trad)
Crúiscin lán(Ennis, Séamus: Return from Fingal)
Cuaichín ghleann néifín (Mulligan, Neil: Leitrim thrush)
Cucanandy (Morales, Lorenzo: Tales of the travelling pipers) (Mulligan, Neil: Leitrim thrush)
Cuckoo's hornpipe (Ennis, Séamus: Bonny bunch of roses) (Ennis, Séamus: Irish pipe and tinwhistle songs)
Cuckoo's nest
see even
Jacky tar
Come ashore, jolly tar, and your trousers on)
(Andrews, William: William Andrews, Liam Walsh) (Carberry, Peter: Traditional music of Ireland: vol. 2) (Ennis, Séamus: Best of Irish piping) (Ennis, Séamus: Fox chase) (Gentlemen pipers: William Andrews) (Grasso, Elliott: Standing room only) (Keenan, Paddy: Na keen affair) (New dawn: Conor McKeon) (O'Brien, Mick: May morning dew) (O'Nolan, Shaun: Cuckoo's nest) (Potts, Seán: Seán Potts) (Rowsome, Leon: Traditional Irish pipes)
Cúil aodha jig (D'Arcy, Patrick: Wallop the spot) (Keane, Tommy: Wind among the reeds)
Cuimhne an phobaire(Potts, Seán: Seán Potts)
Cuma liom(O'Brien-Moran, Jimmy: Take me tender)
Cup of tea (Bradfield, David: Celtic pulse) (Gallagher, Michael: Moran's hornpipe) (Martin, Philip: Irish phonograph) (Martin, Phil: Green castle hornpipe) (Pipers rock)
Curachaí na trá báine (Mulligan, Neil: Leitrim thrush
Curious Denis Murphy jig(O'Brien, Mick: Deadly buzz)
Curlieu hills (Mulligan, Neil: Around St. James' Well)
Curragh races (Browne, Ronan: Touch me if you dare) (Hannan, Robbie: Traditional Irish music played on the uilleann pipes)
Cusabue Ord(O'Sullivan, Jerry: O'Sullivan meets O'Farrell)
Cushogue (Ennis, Séamus: Best of Irish piping)
Custom house(Denman, Todd: Like magic)
DA -B -C -D -E -F -G -H -I -J -K -L -M -N -O -P -Q - R -S -T -U - V -W -Y
Dairy maid(Browne, Ronan: Touch me if you dare)
Daisy field(Finn, Joe: The piper calls the tune)
Daleystown hunt(Cooney, Michael: Happy to meet and sorry to part)
Dan Breen's (Ring, Brendan: Across the waters)
Dan McCarthy's fancy (Walsh, Liam: Cliffs of Moher) (Walsh, Liam: William Andrews, Liam Walsh)
Dan O'Keefe's(New dawn: Mikie Smyth)
Dan the cobbler (Rowsome, Leo: Leo Rowsome: vol 1)
Dancer at the fair(Ennis, James: Battle of Clontarf)
Danny Meehan's(Barry, Leonard: Mind the pipes)
Darby Gallagher's (Hannan, Robbie: Traditional Irish music played on the uilleann pipes) (Grasso, Elliott: Standing room only)
Dark and slender boy (Clancy, Willie: Pipering of Willie Clancy : vol. 2) (McAloon, Sean: Drops of brandy)
Dark girl in blue
see even:
Aonach bearna na nGaoithe
(Ennis, Séamus: Best of Irish piping) (Ennis, Séamus: Fox chase) (O'Flynn, Liam: Liam O'Flynn) (Power, David: The Eighteen Moloney)
Dark haired lass (Shannon, Joe: Noonday feast)
Dark is the colour (Browne, Peter: Seacht nóiméad déag chun a seacht) (O'Flynn, Liam: Uilleann pipes and tin whistle)
Dark is the colour of my true love's hair (Clancy, Willie: Pipering of Willie Clancy : vol. 2) (Mulligan, Neil: Barr na cúille)
Dark Island(Bars, Ronan Le: Bimis ag ol)
Dark lady of the glen
see even:
Bean dubh an ghleanna
Dark woman of the glen
(Drones and the chanters) (Ennis, Séamus: Ace and deuce of piping) (Ennis, Séamus: Morning brush) (Hannan, Robbie: Traditional Irish music played on the uilleann pipes) (Mulligan, Neil: Leitrim thrush) (O'Flynn, Liam: Uilleann pipes and tin whistle)
Dark loch na gall
Dark Lochnagar
Dark lough na gCarr
(Clancy, Willie: Gold ring) (Dywer, Donncha: Bourke & Dywer) (Hannan, Robbie: Traditional Irish music played on the uilleann pipes) (O'Brien-Moran, Jimmy: Seán Reid's favourite) (O'Flynn, Liam: Fine art of piping) (Vignoles, Michael: Wind, wood and brass)
Dark slender boy (Rowsome, Leo: King of the pipers) (Rowsome, Leo: Rí na bPíobairí)
Dark woman of the glen
see even:
Dark lady of the glen
Bean dubh an ghleanna
(Drones and the chanters) (Ennis, Séamus: Ace and deuce of piping) (Ennis, Séamus: Morning brush) (Hannan, Robbie: Traditional Irish music played on the uilleann pipes) (Mulligan, Neil: Leitrim thrush) (O'Flynn, Liam: Uilleann pipes and tin whistle)
Dave Normaway MacDonald's wedding(Grasso, Elliott: Standing room only)
Dawn chorus (McKenna, Joe: Magenta music)
Dawning of the day (Rowsome, Leo: Leo Rowsome: vol 2)
Day dreams (Rowsome, Leo: Leo Rowsome: vol 1)
Dean's pamphlet (O'Flynn, Liam: Out to an other side)
Dear Irish boy(Andrews, William: Dear Irish boy) (Bagpipes of Britain & Ireland: Willie Clancy) (Clancy, Willie: Gold ring) (Clancy, Willie: Minstrel from Clare) (Clancy, Willie: West wind) (Cooney, Michael: Just piping) (Deegan, Dickie: By the river of gems) (Deegan, Dicky: Phíb) (Doran, Felix: Last of the travelling pipers) (Drones and the chanters) (Ennis, Tom: Dear Irish boy) (Ennis, Tom: Tom Ennis) (Gentlemen pipers: Willie Clancy) (Light through the leaves: Al Purcell) (Reck, Tommy: Stone in the field)
Death of Staker Wallace (Rowsome, Leo: King of the pipers) (Rowsome, Leo: Rí na bPíobairí)
Delaney's drummers(Walsh, Liam: Delaney's drummers)
Denis Murphy reel(O'Brien, Mick: Deadly buzz)
Denis Murpy's slide (Drones and the chanters)
Denis Murphy's strathspey(O'Sullivan, Jerry: Gift)
Derroll's hornpipe(Furey, Finbar: Prince of pipers)
Derry hornpipe (Cobblestone sessions: Donnacha Dwyer & Malachy Bourke) (Ennis, Séamus: Best of Irish piping) (Ennis, Séamus: Fox chase) (Hannan, Robbie: Traditional Irish music played on the uilleann pipes) (McFadden, Gerry: Drones from the black mountain) (Rowsome, Leo: King of the pipers) (Rowsome, Leo: Rí na bPíobairí) (Shannon, Joe: Noonday feast)
Dessie O'Connor (Hannan, Robbie: Séidán sí)
Dillon Brown(O'Brien, Mick & Ó Raghallaigh, Caoimhín: Kitty lie over)
Dillon's(Durham, Con: Ar an slí)
Dillon's fancy(Rowsome, Leo: Piper's choice)
Din Tarrant's no. 1(Denman, Todd: Like magic)
Dingle regatta (Ennis, Séamus: Best of Irish piping)
Dinney Delaney's (Bradfield, David: Celtic pulse) (Potts, Seán: Seán Potts)
Dinny O'Brien's (Keenan, Paddy: Na keen affair) (Neff Bros.: Soundpost and bridle)
Dirge of the Carlin(McAuliffe, James C.: Dirge of the Carlin)
Dispute at the crossroads (Hannan, Robbie: Séidán sí)
Do you want any more?(Finn, Joe: The piper calls the tune) (Hannan, Robbie: Traditional Irish music played on the uilleann pipes) (McNamara, Brian & Tim Collins: Reed only)
Dogs among the bushes (Clancy, Willie: Minstrel from Clare)
Dogs amongst the bushes (Hannan, Robbie: Séidán sí)
Doherty's reel(Bars, Ronan Le: Bimis ag ol)
Dollards (O'Flynn, Liam: Out to an other side)
Dommcha rua(Morales, Lorenzo: Tales of the travelling pipers)
Donal a' Phumpa(O'Brien, Mick: Deadly buzz)
Donal og(Mulligan, Neil: Tobar glé)
Donal DeBarra's polka (O'Sullivan, Jerry: Invasion)
Donegal reel (O'Mealy, R.L.: 1943 BBC recording) (Reck, Tommy: Stone in the field)
Donnybrook Fair (Fitzpatrick, Patrick: Three drops of brandy) (Gill, Emmett: Mountain grove) (McAuliffe, James C.: Donnybrook Fair) (Rickard, Leo: Pure piping) (Rowsome, Leo: Leo Rowsome: vol 1)
Doolin piper(O'Connell, Michael "Blackie": Friars Green)
Doon hamer(Lees, Watkin: Trip over the mountain)
Doonagore reel(Browne, Ronan: Touch me if you dare)
Dooneen reel(Mulligan, Neil: Tobar glé)
Doran rug (McKenna, Joe: Magenta music)
Doran's fancy
see even:
Scatter the mud
(Doran, Felix: Felix Doran)
Doubaling(O'Sullivan, Jerry: O'Sullivan meets O'Farrell)
Down the back lane(Browne, Ronan: Touch me if you dare) (Clancy, Willie: Pipering of Willie Clancy : vol 1) (Gill, Emmett: Mountain grove) (Keane, Tommy: Piper's apron) (Masterson, Declan: Tropical trad)(McSherry, John: Soma)
Down the broom (Masterson, Declan: Fairwater=Fionnuisce) (Rowsome, Leo: Leo Rowsome: vol 1)
Dowd's no 9(Cooney, Michael: Happy to meet and sorry to part) (O'Regan, Fiachra: Aisling gheal)
Draighnean donn (Mitchell, Pat: Uilleann pipes)
Drake's neck(New dawn: Darragh Murphy)
Drimin down(Vignoles, Michael: Wind, wood and brass)
Drink of water (Touhey, Patrick: My partner's fancy) (Touhey, Patrick: Piping of Patsy Touhey) (Wheels of the world: Patrick Touhey)
Drioball na Fáinleoige (Keenan, Paddy: Paddy Keenan)
Drogheda march (McHugh, Joe: Long finger=Mhéar fhada)
Droichead(O'Flynn, Liam: Piper's call)
Droighneán donn(Ennis, Séamus: Return from Fingal)
Droimeann donn dílis(Ennis, Séamus: Return from Fingal) (Potts, Seán: Seán Potts) (Rowsome, Leon: Traditional Irish pipes)
Droney's(Cooney, Michael: Just piping)
Drops of brandy (Ennis, Séamus: Return from Fingal) (Gentlemen pipers: Seán McAloon) (Kearney, Tommy: Tommy Kearney) (Keenan, Paddy: Paddy Keenan) (McAloon, Seán: Drops of brandy) (McFadden, Gerry: Drones from the black mountain) (McHugh, Joe: Slua nua=Open door) (McKenna, Joe: Slua nua=Open door) (McKenna, Joe: Traditional music of Ireland) (Mulligan, Neil: Barr na cúille) (O'Mealy, R.L.: 1943 BBC recording) (Rowsome, Leon: Traditional Irish pipes)
Drowsy Maggie (Deegan, Dickie: By the river of gems) (Ennis, Tom: Murphy's) (Ennis, Tom: Tom Ennis) (Rowsome, Leo: Piper's choice) (Touhey, Patrick: Piping of Patsy Touhey)
Drunken gauger(Browne, Ronan: South west wind) (Jeffries, Adrian: Just intonational - Ceol dhá phíobaire) (McCormick, Billy: Just intonational - Ceol dhá phíobaire) (McKeon, Seán: Dublin made me) (O'Flynn, Liam: Liam O'Flynn)
Drunken landlady (Laban, Peter: They'll be good yet) (Mulligan, Neil: Leitrim thrush) (O'Flynn, Liam: Piper's call) (Power, David: The eighteen Moloney)
Drunken sailor(O'Flynn, Liam: Fire aflame)
Dublin lads (D'Arcy, Patrick: Wallop the spot) (Gill, Emmett: Mountain grove) (Keane, Tommy: Piper's apron) (Lambe, Eugene: Trip to Fanore) (O'Brien, Mick: Deadly buzz)
Dublin lasses (Rowsome, Kevin: Rowsome tradition)
Dublin reel (Browne, Ronan: South west wind) (Drones and the chanters volume 2) (Ennis, Séamus: Feidlim Tonn Ri's castle or The king of Ireland's son) (Ennis, Séamus: Morning brush) (Ennis, Séamus: Return from Fingal) (Ennis, Tom: Dublin reel) (Ennis, Tom: Tom Ennis) (Hannan, Robbie: Séidán sí) (Keenan, Paddy: Doublin') (O Briain, Mícheál: Flags of Dublin)
Duibhir a'ghleanna(Clancy, Willie: Gold ring)
Duke Gordan (Mulligan, Neil: Leitrim thrush)
Duke of Leinster(Carney, Michael: Peeler's jacket) (Carney, Michael: Pol ha' penny) (McKeon, Seán: Dublin made me) (Shannon, Joe: Noonday feast)
Dunkeld Hermitige(O'Sullivan, Jerry: O'Sullivan meets O'Farrell)
Dunlavin Green(Cooney, Michael: Happy to meet and sorry to part)
Dunmore lasses(McKenna, Joe: Traditional music of Ireland)
Dunphy's hornpipe (Bradfield, David: Celtic pulse) (Carberry, Peter: Traditional music of Ireland: vol 2.) (Ennis, Séamus: Wandering minstrel) (Gentlemen pipers: Séamus Ennis) (Keenan, Paddy: Paddy Keenan) (Morales, Lorenzo: Tales of the travelling pipers) (Mulligan, Neil: Around St. James' Well) (O'Brien-Moran, Jimmy: Seán Reid's favourite) (Rowsome, Leo: Leo Rowsome: vol 1) (Walsh, Liam: Dunphy's)
Dusty miller(Ennis, Séamus: Return from Fingal) (Keane, Tommy: Piper's apron) (Lambe, Eugene: Trip to Fanore) (McKeon, Gay, Conor & Seán: Dusty miller)
Dwyer's(Lambe, Eugene: Trip to Fanore)
Dwyer's hornpipe(Ennis, Séamus: Best of Irish piping) (Mulligan, Neil: Leitrim thrush)
EA -B -C -D -E -F -G -H -I -J -K -L -M -N -O -P -Q - R -S -T -U - V -W -Y
Eagle's view(Neff Bros.: Soundpost and bridle)
Eagle's whistle(Durham, Con: Ar an slí)(Ennis, Séamus: Feidlim Tonn Ri's castle or The king of Ireland's son) (McKenna, Joe: Traditional music of Ireland) (Mitchell, Pat: Uilleann pipes)
Eamonn on Chnuic
éamonn a' chnoic
(Ennis, Séamus: Return from Fingal) (Furey, Finbar: Irish pipe music) (Power, David: The eighteen Moloney)
Eamonn's yellow wattle (Pipers rock)
Eanach dhúuin (Denman, Todd: Reeds and rosin) (Power, David: My love is in America)
Earl's chair (Bradfield, David: Celtic pulse) (Keenan, Paddy: Na keen affair) (Light through the leaves: Tim Britton)
Early rose(Barry, Leonard: Mind the pipes)
East at Glendart(Ennis, Séamus: Return from Fingal)
Easter Snow(Clancy, Willie: Gold ring) (Ennis, Séamus: Feidlim Tonn Ri's castle or The king of Ireland's son) (Ennis, Séamus: Return from Fingal) (Mulligan, Neil: Tobar glé) (O'Flynn, Liam: Liam O'Flynn)
Eavesdropper (Keenan, Paddy: Port an pióbairth) (McHugh, Joe: Slua nua=Open door) (McKenna, Joe: Slua nua=Open door)
Eddie Moloney's(O'Flynn, Liam: Fine art of piping)
Eddy Kelly's jig(Bars, Ronan Le: Bimis ag ol)
Eddy's fancy (Furey, Finbar: Irish pipes of Finbar Furey) (Furey, Finbar: Traditional Irish pipe music)
Eileen Curran
Eillie Curran's
(Ennis, Tom: Tom Ennis) (Ennis, Tom: Walsh's favorite) (Ó Riabhaigh, Eoin: Tiomnacht (Handed on))
Eileen Kelly's delight (Bradfield, David: Celtic pulse)
Eilish Brogan (Keenan, Paddy: Port an pióbairth)
Éire(O'Flynn, Liam: Fire aflame)
Eilionóir a rúin(Browne, Ronan: Wynd you know)
Eleanor Plunkett(Finn, Joe: The piper calls the tune)
Elizabeth Kelly's(Finn, Joe: The piper calls the tune)
Elk's festival (Masterson, Declan: Deireadh an fhómhair=End of the harvest)
Emigrants march (Masterson, Declan: Deireadh an fhómhair=End of the harvest)
End of the harvest (Masterson, Declan: Deireadh an fhómhair=End of the harvest)
End of winter (McKenna, Joe: Magenta music)
Erin-go-bragh(Andrews, William: Erin-go-bragh)
Escape fron Spiddal (McKenna, Joe: Magenta music)
Eternal wind(Neff Bros.: Soundpost and bridle)
FA -B -C -D -E -F -G -H -I -J -K -L -M -N -O -P -Q - R -S -T -U - V -W -Y
Factory girl (Keenan, Paddy: Port an pióbairth) (O'Flynn, Liam: Fine art of piping)
Fainne geal an lac (Rowsome, Leo: Leo Rowsome: vol 2)
Fainne oir(Mulligan, Neil: Tobar glé)
Fair Athenry(McCormick, William: Merry blacksmith)
Fair haired boy (Cooney, Michael: Tunes from a village) (Mac Mathúna, Pádraic: Blas na meala=Hives of honeyed sound)
Fair-haired Cassidy
see even:
Casadh an tsúgáin
(Deegan, Dicky: Phíb) (Keane, Tommy: Wind among the reeds)
Fair-haired girl(Ennis, Séamus: Return from Fingal)
Fair Letita(O'Brien-Moran, Jimmy: Take me tender)
Fair maids of Ireland(Stafford, Brian: The caves of Cong)
Fair wind (Ennis, Séamus: Best of Irish piping) (Ennis, Séamus: Fox chase)
Fairies hornpipe
Fairy hornpipe
Fairy's hornpipe
(Ennis, Séamus: Séamus Ennis) (Mulligan, Neil: Around St. James' Well) (Mulligan, Neil: Leitrim thrush) (O'Flynn, Liam: Uilleann pipes and tin whistle) (Rickard, Leo: Pure piping)
Fairy boy (Ennis, Séamus: Best of Irish piping) (Jeffries, Adrian: Just intonational - Ceol dhá phíobaire) (McCormick, Billy: Just intonational - Ceol dhá ph&iacut;obaire)
Fairy queen (Deegan, Dickie: By the river of gems) (O'Flynn, Liam: Liam O'Flynn)
Fairy reel (Deegan, Dicky: Phíb) (Mulligan, Neil: Tobar Glé) (O'Brien, Mick & Ó Raghallaigh, Caoimhín: Kitty lie over) (Reck, Tommy: Stone in the field)
Fairy revels (McNulty, Pat: Uilleann pipes) (Rickard, Leo: Pure piping) (Rowsome, Leo: Leo Rowsome: vol 2)
Fairy straying (Ennis, Séamus: Séamus Ennis)
Faithful brown cow (Walsh, Liam: William Andrews, Liam Walsh)
Faithful friend(Clancy, Willie: Gold ring)
Falcarragh (Nolan, Martin: Travel 'n style)
Fancy fair (McKenna, Joe: At home)
Fanny of Galway(O'Brien-Moran, Jimmy: Take me tender)
Farewell to Connacht (Drones and the chanters volume 2)
Farewell to Connaught(Browne, Ronan: South west wind)
Farewell to Erin (Keenan, Paddy: Paddy Keenan) (McKeon, Gay: Irish piping tradition) (Potts, Seán: Seán Potts)
Farewell to Ireland (Deegan, Dickie: By the river of gems) (Neff Bros.: Soundpost and bridle) (O'Brien, Mick: Deadly buzz)
Farewell to Keelroe(Grasso, Elliott: Standing room only)
Farewell to Miltown Malbay(O'Brien, Mick: May morning dew)
Farmer's cursed wife (Ennis, Séamus: Bonny bunch of roses)
Fasten the leg in her
Fasten the wig on her
(Laban, Peter: They'll be good yet) (McNamara, Brian & Tim Collins: Reed only) (Mulligan, Neil: Leitrim thrush) (Touhey, Patrick: Piping of Patsy Touhey)
Fáth mo bhuarth(Mulligan, Neil: Barr na cúille)
Father Jones polka(Ó Riabhaigh, Eoin: Tiomnacht (Handed on))
Father O'Flynn (Cooney, Michael: Happy to meet and sorry to part) (Hannan, Robbie: Séidán sí)
Father's hornpipe (Clancy, Willie: West wind)
Father's maid(Ennis, Séamus: Traditional music at Newport, 1964, part 2)
Fead an fhiolair
Fead an iolair
(Durham, Con: Ar an slí) (Rickard, Leo: Pure piping)
Fear a bhata (McKenna, Joe: Magenta music)
Fear mór(Stafford, Brian: The caves of Cong)
Féirin(O'Sullivan, Jerry: Gift)
Fermanagh polkas (McHugh, Joe: Long finger=Mhéar fhada)
Fermony lasses (Clancy, Willie: Jigs, reels and hornpipes)
Fermoy lasses (Doran, Johnny: Bunch of keys) (Doran, Johnny: Johnny Doran) (Ennis, Tom: Maid in the meadow) (Ennis, Tom: Tom Ennis) (Kearney, Tommy: Tommy Kearney) (McFadden, Gerry: Drones from the black mountain) (Mulligan, Neil: Tobar Glé) (Reck, Tommy: Cait bhoideach) (Stafford, Brian: The caves of Cong)
Fhuiseog 'sa Dumhach (Keenan, Paddy: Paddy Keenan)
Fiach an mhadra ru(Ó Riabhaigh, Eoin: Tiomnacht (Handed on))
Fiach na Bóinne(Neff Bros.: Soundpost and bridle)
Fiddler Leahy's
see even:
Cooley's
(Clancy, Willie: Clare session with Willie Clancy & friends)
Fig for a kiss(Ennis, Séamus: Return from Fingal) (Potts, Seán: Seán Potts)
Fin's favourite (Furey, Finbar: Irish pipes of Finbar Furey) (Furey, Finbar: Traditional Irish pipe music)
First house in Connaught(Ennis, Séamus: Bonny bunch of roses) (Ennis, Séamus: Irish pipe and tinwhistle songs) (Gentlemen pipers: Seán McAloon) (Kearney, Tommy: Tommy Kearney) (McAloon, Sean: Drops of brandy) (McNulty, Pat: Uilleann pipes) (O'Regan, Fiachra: Aisling gheal)
First house of Connaught (Andrews, William: William Andrews, Liam Walsh) (Carberry, Peter: Traditional music of Ireland: vol 2.)
First month of summer (Mac Mathúna, Pádraic: Blas na meala=Hives of honeyed sound)
First of May (Rowsome, Kevin: Rowsome tradition)
First slip(McKeon, Gay: Irish piping tradition) (O'Regan, Fiachra: Aisling gheal)
Fisherman's hornpipe(Durham, Con: Ar an slí) (Ennis, Séamus: Feidlim Tonn Ri's castle or The king of Ireland's son)
Fisherman's widow(O'Nolan, Shaun: Fisherman's widow) (O'Nolan, Shaun: Gilda ray)
Fishers hornpipe (Carney, Michael: Peeler's jacket) (Carney, Michael: Pol ha' penny) (McKenna, Joe: Traditional music of Ireland) (Mulligan, Neil: Barr na cúille)
Fitzgerald's hornpipe(Stafford, Brian: The caves of Cong)
Five mile chase(Browne, Ronan: South west wind (Ennis, Tom: Tom Ennis) (Ennis, Tom: Walsh's favorite) (Rowsome, Kevin: Rowsome tradition)
Flaggon (Clancy, Willie: Minstrel from Clare)
Flags of Dublin(Deegan, Dicky: Phíb) (Ennis, Séamus: Wandering minstrel) (Gentlemen pipers: Séamus Ennis) (Lambe, Eugene: Trip to Fanore) (McKeon, Gay, Conor & Seán: Dusty miller) (Mulligan, Neil: Leitrim thrush) (O Briain, Mícheál: Flags of Dublin)
Flagstone of memories (Keenan, Paddy: Na keen affair) (Neff Bros.: Soundpost and bridle)
Flannel jacket(Ennis, Séamus: Return from Fingal)
Flax in bloom(Browne, Ronan: Touch me if you dare) (Ennis, Séamus: Best of Irish piping) (Ennis, Séamus: Return from Fingal) (Mulligan, Neil: Leitrim thrush) (Rickard, Leo: Pure piping)
Fleadh arms(McKenna, Joe: Magenta music)
Floating crowbar(McCarthy, Tommy: Sporting Nell) (Jeffries, Adrian: Just intonational - Ceol dhá phíobaire) (McCormick, Billy: Just intonational - Ceol dhá ph&iacut;obaire)
Flogging reel
Floggen reel
(Browne, Ronan: Touch me if you dare) (Clancy, Willie: Jigs, reels and hornpipes) (Clancy, Willie: Minstrel from Clare) (Clancy, Willie: West wind) (Coyne, Mick: Both sides of the Coyne) (Durham, Con: Ar an slí) (Gentlemen pipers: Willie Clancy) (Kearney, Tommy: Tommy Kearney) (Martin, Phil: Green castle hornpipe) (Martin, Philip: Irish phonograph) (Mitchell, Pat: Uilleann pipes) (O'Brien-Moran, Jimmy: Take me tender) (Pipers rock) (Potts, Seán: Seán Potts) (Touhey, Patrick: Piping of Patsy Touhey)
Floggan(Fitzpatrick, Patrick: Three drops of brandy)
Flood on the Holm (Hannan, Robbie: Traditional Irish music played on the uilleann pipes)
Flower of Magherally o(Coyne, Mick: Both sides of the Coyne)
Flower of the flock(Fitzpatrick, Patrick: Three drops of brandy)
Flowers of the forest(O'Connell, Michael "Blackie": Friars Green)
Flowing tide(Barry, Leonard: Mind the pipes)
Fly on the windowsill(Hyde, Dermoy: Pipeline)
For all those endearing charms (Deegan, Dickie: By the river of gems)
For Johnny (Nolan, Martin: Travel 'n style)
Four courts(Cobblestone sessions: Tommy Martin & Michelle O'Brien)
Fowler on the moor(Clancy, Willie: Gold ring) (Clancy, Willie: Pipering of Willie Clancy : vol. 2)
Fox chase (Ennis, Séamus: Best of Irish piping) (Ennis, Séamus: Fox chase) (Furey, Finbar: Irish pipe music) (O'Flynn, Liam: Out to an other side) (O'Flynn, Liam: Uilleann pipes and tin whistle) (Ó Riabhaigh, Eoin: Tiomnacht (Handed on)) (Pipers rock) (Power, David: My love is in America) (Rowsome, Leo: King of the pipers) (Rowsome, Leo: Rí na bPíobairí) (Rowsome, Leon: Traditional Irish pipes)
Fox hunt (Doran, Felix: Last of the travelling pipers)
Foxhunters jig(Denman, Todd: Like magic) (Masterson, Declan: Deireadh an fhómhair=End of the harvest) (McFadden, Gerry: Drones from the black mountain) (Ring, Brendan: Across the waters) (Stafford, Brian: The caves of Cong)
Fox's lament (Deegan, Dicky: Phíb)
Fraher's
Fraher's jig
(Browne, Ronan: Touch me if you dare) (Clancy, Willie: Gold ring) (Clancy, Willie: Pipering of Willie Clancy : vol. 2) (Clancy, Willie: Seoda ceoil 1) (D'Arcy, Patrick: Wallop the spot) (Deegan, Dicky: Phíb) (Hannan, Robbie: Rabharta ceoil: in full spate) (Keenan, Paddy: Doublin') (O'Brien-Moran, Jimmy: Seán Reid's favourite) (O'Flynn, Liam: Liam O'Flynn) (Piping in Ireland: Jimmy O'Brien-Moran) (Rowsome, Kevin: Rowsome tradition)
Frainc an pho(Grasso, Elliott: Standing room only)
Francis Aucoin (Drones and the chanters volume 2) (McKeon, Gay: Irish piping tradition)
Frank Roche's favourite(McKeon, Gay: Irish piping tradition)
Fred Finn's (Mac Mathúna, Pádraic: Blas na meala=Hives of honeyed sound)
Fred's favorite (McKenna, Joe: Traditional music of Ireland)
Freedom for Ireland polka setRowsome, Kevin: Rowsome tradition)
Friendly visit (Bars, Ronan Le: Bimis ag ol) (O'Brien-Moran, Jimmy: Seán Reid's favourite) (Rowsome, Leo: Leo Rowsome: vol 2)
Friar's britches
Frieze breeches
Frieze britches
(Browne, Ronan: South west wind) (Carberry, Peter: Traditional music of Ireland: vol 2.) (Clancy, Willie: Gold ring) (Cooney, Michael: Just piping) (Ennis, Séamus: Fairy piper) (Ennis, Séamus: Return from Fingal) (Ennis, Séamus: Wandering minstrel) (Ennis, Tom: James Morrison and Tom Ennis) (Ennis, Tom: Maid in the meadow) (Ennis, Tom: Tom Ennis) (Gentlemen pipers: Pat Mitchell)
Friars Green(O'Connell, Michael "Blackie": Friars Green) (O'Regan, Fiachra: Aisling gheal)
Frost is all over (Ennis, Tom: Frost is all over) (Ennis, Tom: Mama's pet) (Ennis, Tom: Tom Ennis) (Mitchell, Pat: Uilleann pipes) (Potts, Seán: Seán Potts) (Power, David: My love is in America)
GA -B -C -D -E -F -G -H -I -J -K -L -M -N -O -P -Q - R -S -T -U - V -W -Y
Gabhal siúlach (Keenan, Paddy: Paddy Keenan)
Galbally farmer
Galballay farmer
(Kearney, Tommy: Tommy Kearney) (Power, David: My love is in America)
Gale (O'Flynn, Liam: Brendan voyage)
Gallagher's fancy(Clancy, Willie: Ma luirg)
Gallagher's frolics(Vignoles, Michael: Wind, wood and brass)
Gallagher's march (McHugh, Joe: Long finger=Mhéar fhada)
Gallowglass (Hannan, Robbie: Traditional Irish music played on the uilleann pipes) (Keane, Tommy: Wind among the reeds) (McKeon, Gay: Irish piping tradition) (McKeon, Gay, Conor & Seán: Dusty miller) (Rowsome, Leo: Gallowglass jig) (Rowsome, Leon: Traditional Irish pipes)
Galtee reel(Mitchell, Pat: Uilleann pipes)
Galway rambler(Cooney, Michael: Happy to meet and sorry to part)
Game of love(Cobblestone sessions: Kevin Rowsome & Lorraine Rowsome)
Gander in the pratie hole (Clancy, Willie: Gold ring) (Dywer, Donncha: Bourke & Dywer) (McNamara, Brian: Piper's dream) (Mulligan, Neil: Leitrim thrush)
Gaoth aniar aneas (Browne, Ronan: South west wind)
Garden of daisies
Garden of the daisies
(Cooney, Michael: Just piping) (Ennis, Séamus: Return from Fingal) (Furey, Finbar: Prince of pipers) (Gallagher, Michael: Garden of daisies) (Gill, Emmett: Mountain grove) (Keenan, Paddy: Na keen affair) (McKeon, Gay: Irish piping tradition) (O'Brien-Moran, Jimmy: Take me tender) (Power, David: The eighteen Moloney) (Walsh, Liam: Banks of the Suir) (Walsh, Liam: William Andrews, Liam Walsh)
Gardener's daughter
Gardiner's daughter
(Ennis, Tom: James Morrison and Tom Ennis) (Gill, Emmett: Mountain grove) (Rowsome, Leo: Leo Rowsome: vol 1)
Garraí na saileog (Clancy, Willie: Seoda ceoil 1) (O'Brien-Moran, Jimmy: Seán Reid's favourite)
Gareth Barry's(McKeon, Gay, Conor & Seán: Dusty miller)
Garrett Barry's (Clancy, Willie: Gold ring) (Clancy, Willie: Pipering of Willie Clancy : vol. 2) (D'Arcy, Patrick: Wallop the spot) (Gentlemen pipers: Pat Mitchell) (Grasso, Elliott: Standing room only) (Laban, Peter: They'll be good yet) (Mac Mathúna, Pádraic: Blas na meala=Hives of honeyed sound) (Mitchell, Pat: Uilleann pipes) (Rickard, Leo: Pure piping)
Garrett Barry's jig(Clancy, Willie: Gold ring) (Furey, Finbar: Prince of pipers) (Keenan, Paddy: Doublin') (O'Flynn, Liam: Uilleann pipes and tin whistle) (O'Regan, Fiachra: Aisling gheal) (Pipers rock) (Power, David: My love is in America)
Garrett Barry's mazurka (Clancy, Willie: Pipering of Willie Clancy : vol 1)
Garryowen (march)(Touhey, Patrick: Piping of Patsy Touhey)
Gates of Mullagh(Piping in Ireland: Darragh Murphy)
Geese in the bog (Bars, Ronan Le: Bimis ag ol) (Carney, Michael) (Cooney, Michael: Tunes from a village) (Deegan, Dickie: By the river of gems) (McHugh, Joe: Long finger=Mhéar fhada) (O'Flynn, Liam: Fire aflame) (Power, David: The Eighteen Moloney) (Stafford, Brian: The caves of Cong)
Geoghegan's(Cooney, Michael: Happy to meet and sorry to part)
Geordie MacLeish(O'Sullivan, Jerry: Gift)
George White's favourite (Doran, Felix: Last of the travelling pipers) (Keenan, Paddy: Port an pióbairth) (Power, David: My love is in America) (Rowsome, Leon: Traditional Irish pipes)
Ghaoth aniar aneas (Clancy, Willie: Gold ring) (Clancy, Willie: Pipering of Willie Clancy : vol 1) (Hannan, Robbie: Traditional Irish music played on the uilleann pipes) (Masterson, Declan: Deireadh an fhómhair=End of the harvest) (O'Regan, Fiachra: Aisling gheal)
Gilbert Clancy's(McKeon, Gay: Irish piping tradition)
Gilda ray(O'Nolan, Shaun: Fisherman's widow) (O'Nolan, Shaun: Gilda ray)
Gillian's apples(Denman, Todd: Reeds and rosin) (Ennis, Séamus: Wandering minstrel) (McKeon, Gay: Irish piping tradition) (Rowsome, Leo: Leo Rowsome: vol 2)
Girl at the spinning wheel
see:
Maid at the spinning wheel
Girl from the big house(Finn, Joe: The piper calls the tune) (Masterson, Declan: Deireadh an fhómhair=End of the harvest)
Girl that broke my heart(Carberry, Peter: Traditional music of Ireland: vol 2.) (Grasso, Elliott: Standing room only) (Laban, Peter: They'll be good yet)
Girrseachai Fhearrnai(Reck, Tommy: Cait bhoideach)
Give me a cup of water
Give us a drink of water
(Browne, Ronan: Touch me if you dare) (Clancy, Willie: Gold ring) (Keane, Tommy: Piper's apron) (Ó Riabhaigh, Eoin: Tiomnacht (Handed on))
Glen road to Carrick (Hannan, Robbie: Séidán sí) (McKeon, Gay: Irish piping tradition)
Glendown reel (Rowsome, Leo: Leo Rowsome: vol 1)
Glenn Nephin cuckoo (Ennis, Séamus: Wandering minstrel)
Gliomach(McKeon, Gay: Irish piping tradition)
Gobbyo(O'Sullivan, Jerry: O'Sullivan meets O'Farrell)
Gol na mban 'san ar (Ennis, Séamus: Bonny bunch of roses) (Ennis, Séamus: Irish pipe and tinwhistle songs) (Power, David: The Eighteen Moloney)
Gold ring (Browne, Ronan: Touch me if you dare)(Clancy, Willie: Gold ring) (Clancy, Willie: Pipering of Willie Clancy : vol. 2) (Deegan, Dicky: Phíb) (Ennis, Séamus: Return from Fingal) (Ennis, Séamus: Séamus Ennis) (Keane, Tommy: Piper's apron) (McNulty, Pat: Uilleann pipes) (O Briain, Mícheál: Flags of Dublin) (O'Flynn, Liam: Fine art of piping) (O'Flynn, Liam: Piper's call) (Ó Riabhaigh, Eoin: Tiomnacht (Handed on)) (Vallely, Brian: Song of the chanter)
Gone for his tea(O'Brien, Mick: Deadly buzz)
Good natured man(McNamara, Brian & Tim Collins: Reed only)
Goodman collection no. 160(Piping in Ireland: Martin Nolan)
Gooseberry bush (Finn, Joe: The piper calls the tune) (Masterson, Declan: Tropical trad)
Gorman's (Hannan, Robbie: Traditional Irish music played on the uilleann pipes)
Gorman's jig (Dunne, Mickey: Limerick lassies
Graham's flat (Furey, Finbar: Irish pipe music)
Grand Spee
Grand Spey
Grand Spy
(Beirne, Martin: Grand Spy) (O'Flynn, Liam: Fire aflame)
Grandmaster(Grasso, Elliott: Standing room only)
Gravel walk(Neff Bros.: Soundpost and bridle)
Green banner (O'Sullivan, Jerry: Invasion)
Green castle hornpipe (Martin, Phil: Green castle hornpipe)
Green dot (Nolan, Martin: Travel 'n style)
Green fields of America (Browne, Ronan: Wynd you know) (Clancy, Willie: Gold ring) (Clancy, Willie: Pipering of Willie Clancy : vol 1) (D'Arcy, Patrick: Wallop the spot)
Green fields of Rossbay
Green fields of Rossbeigh
(Bradfield, David: Celtic pulse) (Mitchell, Pat: Uilleann pipes) (O'Brien, Mick: May morning dew) (Power, David: My love is in America)
Green garters (Lees, Watkin: Trip over the mountain) (Masterson, Declan: Deireadh an fhómhair=End of the harvest)
Green gates (Ancient Celtic roots: Felix Doran) (Clancy, Willie: Gold ring) (Doran, Felix: Last of the travelling pipers) (Gentlemen pipers: Felix Doran) (Keenan, Paddy: Port an pióbairth)
Green groves of Erin (Clancy, Willie: Clare session with Willie Clancy & friends) (O'Flynn, Liam: Fine art of piping)
Green hills of Tyrol (McHugh, Joe: Long finger=Mhéar fhada)
Green mountain(Durham, Con: Ar an slí) (Morales, Lorenzo: Tales of the travelling pipers) (Power, David: My love is in America) (Rowsome, Leo: Irish phonograph) (Walsh, Liam: Dunphy's)
Green pidgeon(Stafford, Brian: The caves of Cong)
Griers 37(McNamara, Brian: Piper's dream)
Grouse in the bog(New dawn: Louise Mulcahy)
Groves hornpipe(Clancy, Willie: Gold ring) (Ennis, Séamus: Best of Irish piping) (McKenna, Joe: Traditional music of Ireland) (McNamara, Brian: Piper's dream)
Groves medley (Ennis, Séamus: Music at the gate)
Gulf of Mexico(McSherry, John: Soma)
Guns of the magnificent seven(Coyne, Mick: Both sides of the Coyne)
Gusty's frolics (McNamara, Brian: Piper's dream) (Touhey, Patrick: Piping of Patsy Touhey)
Gynt at the gate (O'Flynn, Liam: Out to an other side)
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Hag at the churn(Grasso, Elliott: Standing room only) (Keenan, Paddy: Long grazing acre) (McKeon, Gay, Conor & Seán: Dusty miller) (Neff Bros.: Soundpost and bridle) (Nolan, Martin: Travel 'n style)
Hag with the money (Furey, Finbar: Irish pipes of Finbar Furey) (Furey, Finbar: Traditional Irish pipe music) >(New dawn: Mikie Smyth) (Power, David: My love is in America)
Hag's grave(Barry, Leonard: Mind the pipes)
Hag! you've killed me(Stafford, Brian: The caves of Cong)
Hairy chested frog (Keane, Tommy: Piper's apron)
Hairy dogleaf(Neff Bros.: Soundpost and bridle)
Halligan's fancy (Touhey, Patrick: Piping of Patsy Touhey)
Hand me down the tackle (Browne, Ronan: South west wind) (Ennis, Séamus: Return from Fingal) (Lees, Watkin: Trip over the mountain) (Masterson, Declan: Deireadh an fhómhair=End of the harvest)
hAon sa dó na píobaireachta (Keenan, Paddy: Paddy Keenan)
Happy days of yore (Clancy, Willie: Pipering of Willie Clancy : vol. 2)
Happy to meet, sorry to part(Ancient Celtic roots: Séamus Ennis) (Cooney, Michael: Happy to meet and sorry to part) (Ennis, Séamus: Wandering minstrel) (McHugh, Joe: Slua nua=Open door) (McKenna, Joe: Slua nua=Open door)
Hardiman the fiddler (Browne, Peter: Gathering) (Browne, Ronan: Touch me if you dare) (Clancy, Willie: Gold ring) (Clancy, Willie: Irish pipe & fiddle tunes) (Clancy, Willie: Seoda ceoil 1) (Laban, Peter: They'll be good yet) (New dawn: Eliot Grasso) (Piping in Ireland: John Hughes & Bernie Stocks) (Rowsome, Leo: King of the pipers) (Rowsome, Leo: Rí na bPíobairí) (Rowsome, Leon: Traditional Irish pipes) (Vallely, Brian: Song of the chanter)
Hare in the corn(Deegan, Dicky: Phíb) (O'Brien, Mick & Ó Raghallaigh, Caoimhín: Kitty lie over)
Hare's paw (Laban, Peter: They'll be good yet) (Keane, Tommy: Piper's apron)
Harlequin (O'Flynn, Liam: Out to an other side)
Harvest home (Clancy, Willie: Gold ring) (Clancy, Willie: Pipering of Willie Clancy : vol. 2) (Clancy, Willie: West wind) (Doran, Johnny: Bunch of keys) (Doran, Johnny: Johnny Doran) (Martin, Phil: Green castle hornpipe) (O'Mealy, R.L.: 1943 BBC recording) (Ring, Brendan: Across the waters) (Touhey, Patrick: Piping of Patsy Touhey)
Havest moon(Morales, Lorenzo: Tales of the travelling pipers)
Haste to the wedding (Cooney, Michael: Happy to meet and sorry to part) (Rowsome, Leo: Leo Rowsome: vol 2)
Haul her across the road(McNamara, Brian: Piper's dream)
Haunted house(Laban, Peter: They'll be good yet)
Hawk(Lees, Watkin: Trip over the mountain)
Hearty boys (Dunne, Mickey: Limerick lassies)
Heather breeze
Heathery breeze
(McFadden, Gerry: Drones from the black mountain) (O'Connell, Michael "Blackie": Friars Green) (Rowsome, Leo: Leo Rowsome: vol 1)
Heathery breeze (Rowsome, Leo: Leo Rowsome: vol 1)
Helvic Head(Denman, Todd: Like magic)
Her golden hair hanging down her back(O'Brien, Mick: May morning dew)
Herb Reid's (Keenan, Paddy: Na keen affair)
Herlihey's jig (Dunne, Mickey: Limerick lassies)
Hewlett (McNulty, Pat: Uilleann pipes)
Hibernian (Masterson, Declan: Tropical trad)
Hickey's reel(O'Brien, Mick & Ó Raghallaigh, Caoimhín: Kitty lie over)
Higgin's
Higgin's hornpipe
(McAloon, Sean: Drops of brandy) (Mulligan, Neil: Leitrim thrush) (O'Brien, Mick: May morning dew) (Rowsome, Leo: Leo Rowsome: vol 2)
High level(Clancy, Willie: Gold ring) (Doran, Johnny: Bunch of keys) (Doran, Johnny: Johnny Doran) (Keenan, Paddy: Paddy Keenan) (Reck, Tommy: Stone in the field) (Rickard, Leo: Pure piping)
High reel (Clancy, Willie: Clare session with Willie Clancy & friends) (Cooney, Michael: Happy to meet and sorry to part)
Highland laddie march(McAuliffe, James C.: Highland laddie march)
Hilda's choice(Grasso, Elliott: Standing room only)
Hills of Coore(Laban, Peter: They'll be good yet)
Hinchey's delight(Gill, Emmett: Mountain grove)
Hogan's favourite (Ennis, Séamus: Bonny bunch of roses) (Ennis, Séamus: Irish pipe and tinwhistle songs)
Hogan's jig (Denman, Todd: Reeds and rosin)
Holly bush(Barry, Leonard: Mind the pipes) (Denman, Todd: Reeds and rosin) (Drones and the chanters volume 2) (McHugh, Joe: Long finger=Mhéar fhada)
Home in the country (McKenna, Joe: Magenta music)
Honeymoon(Laban, Peter: They'll be good yet) (O'Brien, Mick: May morning dew)
Hop jig(McSherry, John: Soma)
Hopstores(O'Brien, Mick: Deadly buzz)
Horseshoe(McKeon, Gay, Conor & Seán: Dusty miller)
Humours of Ballinamult(O'Sullivan, Jerry: O'Sullivan meets O'Farrell)
Humours of Ballyconnell (Keenan, Paddy: Paddy Keenan)
Humours of Ballydehob(O'Sullivan, Jerry: Gift)
Humours of Ballyloughlin(Clancy, Willie: Gold ring) (Cooney, Michael: Just piping) (Coyne, Mick: Both sides of the Coyne) (Piping in Ireland: Gay McKeon)
Humours of Bandon (Cooney, Michael: Tunes from a village) (Ennis, Tom: Humours of Bandon) (Carberry, Peter: Traditional music of Ireland: vol. 2) (Ennis, Tom: Tom Ennis) (Ennis, Tom: Trim the velvet)
Humours of Cappagh(Rowsome, Leon: Traditional Irish pipes)
Humours of Carrigaholt((McKeon, Gay, Conor & Seán: Dusty miller) O'Flynn, Liam: Piper's call)
Humours of Castlecomber(O'Sullivan, Jerry: O'Sullivan meets O'Farrell)
Humours of Castlefinn(Browne, Ronan: Touch me if you dare)
Humours of Derrachrisoyne
Humours of Derrycrissane
Humours of Derrycrosane
Humours of Derrykissane
Humours of Derrykrosane
(Browne, Ronan: Touch me if you dare) (Clancy, Willie: Jigs, reels and hornpipes) (Clancy, Willie: Seoda ceoil 1) (McKenna, Joe: Traditional music of Ireland) (McNulty, Pat: Uilleann pipes) (O'Brien, Mick: Deadly buzz) (O'Regan, Fiachra: Aisling gheal)
Humours of Drinagh (Ennis, Séamus: Best of Irish piping) (Morales, Lorenzo: Tales of the travelling pipers) (Pipers rock)
Humours of Ennistymon (Clancy, Willie: Gold ring) (Touhey, Patrick: Piping of Patsy Touhey)
Humours of Glen(McNamara, Brian & Tim Collins: Reed only) (O'Sullivan, Jerry: O'Sullivan meets O'Farrell)
Humours of Glendart(O'Brien-Moran, Jimmy: Take me tender)
Humours of Glin(McKeon, Seán: Dublin made me) (Touhey, Patrick: Piping of Patsy Touhey)
Humours of Kilkenny(O'Brien, Mick: May morning dew)
Humours of Kiltyclogher(O'Flynn, Liam: Piper's call)
Humours of Lisheen(McKeon, Gay, Conor & Seán: Dusty miller) (O'Brien, Mick: May morning dew)
Humours of Maam(O'Brien-Moran, Jimmy: Take me tender)
Humours of Rahey(McNamara, Brian & Tim Collins: Reed only)
Humours of Tulla(Laban, Peter: They'll be good yet)
Hunt(Keenan, Brendan: Brendan Keenan) (McKeon, Seán: Dublin made me)
Hunter's house(Neff Bros.: Soundpost and bridle)
Hunter's purse (Bradfield, David: Celtic pulse) (Carberry, Peter: Traditional music of Ireland: vol. 2)
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I buried my wife and danced on top of her (Browne, Ronan: Touch me if you dare) (Clancy, Willie: Gold ring) (Clancy, Willie: Pipering of Willie Clancy : vol. 2) (Cooney, Michael: Happy to meet and sorry to part) (Hannan, Robbie: Rabharta ceoil: in full spate) (Mulligan, Neil: Tobar glé) (O'Brien-Moran, Jimmy: Seán Reid's favourite) (O'Flynn, Liam: Liam O'Flynn)
I have no money (Denman, Todd: Reeds and rosin) (Ennis, Séamus: Best of Irish piping) (Keane, Tommy: Piper's apron) (O'Brien, Mick & Ó Raghallaigh, Caoimhín: Kitty lie over)
I was born for sport(O'Brien-Moran, Jimmy: Take me tender)
I will if I can (Keane, Tommy: Wind among the reeds) (O'Brien, Mick: May morning dew)
I won't be a nun (Rowsome, Leo: Leo Rowsome: vol 2)
If ever you were mine (O'Sullivan, Jerry: Invasion)
If I never spend a morning without you(O'Connell, Michael "Blackie": Friars Green)
If I were a blackbird(Browne, Ronan: Wynd you know)
I'll mend your pots and kettles o! (Ennis, Séamus: Fairy piper) (O'Brien-Moran, Jimmy: Seán Reid's favourite)
I'm waiting for you (Hannan, Robbie: Séidán sí) (McKeon, Gay: Irish piping tradition) (O'Flynn, Liam: Fine art of piping)
I ne'er shall wean her(McKeon, Gay, Conor & Seán: Dusty miller)
In full swing(McSherry, John: Soma)
In memory of Coleman(Bars, Ronan Le: Bimis ag ol)
Independent (McKeon, Gay: Irish piping tradition) (McNulty, Pat: Uilleann pipes) (Rowsome, Leo: Leo Rowsome: vol 2)
Iníon is óige (Keenan, Paddy: Paddy Keenan)
Inniscaltra selection(Cooney, Michael: Just piping
Inniscealtra (Dunne, Mickey: Limerick lassies)
Invasion (O'Sullivan, Jerry: Invasion)
Irish lilt (Rowsome, Leo: Leo Rowsome: vol 1)
Irish polkas (Ennis, Tom: Irish polkas)
Irish rover>(Rowsome, Kevin: Rowsome tradition)
Irish washerwoman (Gentlemen pipers: Leo Rowsome) (Rowsome, Leo: Leo Rowsome: vol 1) (Touhey, Patrick: Piping of Patsy Touhey)
Is fada mo chosa gan broga(Mulligan, Neil: Tobar glé)
Is it the priest you want?(Power, David: The Eighteen Moloney)
It's easy to talk(Furey, Finbar: Prince of pipers)
Ivy leaf (Doran, Felix: Last of the travelling pipers) (Keenan, Paddy: Na keen affair) (McKenna, Joe: Traditional music of Ireland)
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Jack in the box (McKenna, Joe: Magenta music)
Jack Rowe's (Masterson, Declan: Tropical trad)
Jack the lighthouse(O'Brien, Mick: Deadly buzz)
Jackson's (McHugh, Joe: Long finger=Mhéar fhada) (Power, David: The eighteen Moloney)
Jackson's bottle of brandy (Shannon, Joe: Noonday feast)
Jackson's frieze coat(Light through the leaves: Bill Ochs)
Jackson's hi ho(McNamara, Brian: Piper's dream)
Jackson's jig (Masterson, Declan: Fairwater=Fionnuisce) (Touhey, Patrick: My partner's fancy) (Touhey, Patrick: Piping of Patsy Touhey) (Wheels of the world: Patrick Touhey)
Jackson's morning brush(Browne, Ronan: Touch me if you dare) (Deegan, Dickie: By the river of gems) (Dywer, Donncha: Bourke & Dywer) (Ennis, Séamus: Wandering minstrel) (Gentlemen pipers: Séamus Ennis) (Hannan, Robbie: Traditional Irish music played on the uilleann pipes) (Reck, Tommy: Stone in the field) (Touhey, Patrick: Piping of Patsy Touhey) (Walsh, Liam: Delaney's drummers)
Jackson's reel (Denman, Todd: Reeds and rosin)
Jacky tar
see even:
Come ashore, jolly tar, and your trousers on
Cuckoo's nest
(Andrews, William: William Andrews, Liam Walsh)
James Bourke's (O'Brien-Moran, Jimmy: Seán Reid's favourite)
James Byrne's(Barry, Leonard: Mind the pipes) (Drones and the chanters volume 2)
James Kelly's (Masterson, Declan: Tropical trad)
J.B. reel(O'Flynn, Liam: Fire aflame)
Jeannie's chickens
see:
Jenny's chickens
Jean's reel(Hyde, Dermoy: Pipeline)
Jennie's wedding
see:
Jenny's wedding
Jenny Lind (Lambe, Eugene: Trip to Fanore)
Jenny picking cockles (Browne, Ronan: South west wind) (Clancy, Willie: Clare session with Willie Clancy & friends) (Clancy, Willie: Gold ring) (Clancy, Willie: Pipering of Willie Clancy : vol 1) (Cobblestone sessions: Nollaig MacCárthaigh, Seán Garvey & Ger Galvin) (Hannan, Robbie: Traditional Irish music played on the uilleann pipes) (McCarthy, Tommy: Sporting Nell) (Power, David: My love is in America)
Jenny put the kettle on(O'Brien-Moran, Jimmy: Take me tender)
Jenny tie the bonnet (Andrews, William: Maid behind the bar) (Clancy, Willie: Pipering of Willie Clancy : vol 1) (Rowsome, Leo: Piper's choice)
Jenny's chickens(Keenan, Brendan: Brendan Keenan)
Jenny's wedding(Clancy, Willie: Clare session with Willie Clancy & friends) (Cooney, Michael: Happy to meet and sorry to part) (Deegan, Dickie: By the river of gems) (Drones and the chanters volume 2) (Keenan, Paddy: Na keen affair) (McNamara, Brian: Piper's dream) (Rowsome, Leo: King of the pipers) (Rowsome, Leo: Rí na bPíobairí)
Jenny's welcome to Charlie (Andrews, William: Maid behind the bar) (Clancy, Willie: Gold ring) (Clancy, Willie: Pipering of Willie Clancy : vol. 2) (Drones and the chanters) (Hannan, Robbie: Traditional Irish music played on the uilleann pipes) (Keenan, Paddy: Doublin') (McKenna, Joe: Traditional music of Ireland)
Jerry Daly's hornpipe(Barry, Leonard: Mind the pipes)
Jerry McMahon's reel(O'Flynn, Liam: Fire aflame)
Jerry O'Sullivan welcome(O'Sullivan, Jerry: O'Sullivan meets O'Farrell)
Jesse Smith(O'Sullivan, Jerry: Gift)
Jezaique (Keenan, Paddy: Port an pióbairth)
Jig of quills(Grasso, Elliott: Standing room only)
Jig of slurs(Walsh, Brian: Walsh's fancy)
Jim Donoghue's(Bars, Ronan Le: Bimis ag ol)
Jimmy Giblin's (Shannon, Joe: Noonday feast)
Jimmy O'Reilly's (Masterson, Declan: Deireadh an fhómhair=End of the harvest)
Jimmy Reilly's (Masterson, Declan: Tropical trad)
Job of journeywork(Cooney, Michael: Just piping) (Doran, Johnny: Bunch of keys) (Ennis, Tom: James Morrison and Tom Ennis) (Keenan, Paddy: Paddy Keenan) (O'Regan, Fiachra: Aisling gheal) (Pipers rock) (Rickard, Leo: Pure piping)
Jockey at the fair
Jockey to the fair
(Ennis, Séamus: Morning brush) (Kearney, Tommy: Tommy Kearney) (Rowsome, Leo: Leo Rowsome: vol 2)
Joe Bane's(O'Brien, Mick: May morning dew)
Joe Cunneens (Dunne, Mickey: Limerick lassies)
John Dogerty's
John Doherty's
(Nolan, Martin: Travel 'n style) (Rowsome, Kevin: Rowsome tradition)
John Egan's
John Egan's hornpipe
(Deegan, Dicky: Phíb) (Mulligan, Neil: Barr na cúille)
John Egan's 1(Laban, Peter: They'll be good yet)
John Egan's 2(Laban, Peter: They'll be good yet)
John in the mist (Clancy, Willie: West wind)
John Kelly's(Cobblestone sessions: Tommy Martin & Michelle O'Brien) (Masterson, Declan: Tropical trad)
John Kelly's concertina reel (D'Arcy, Patrick: Wallop the spot) (McNamara, Brian & Tim Collins: Reed only)
John O'Dwyer(Neff Bros.: Soundpost and bridle)
John Ryan's polka(McFadden, Gerry: Drones from the black mountain)
Johnny Cope (Ennis, Séamus: Best of Irish piping) (Ennis, Séamus: Fox chase) (McNamara, Brian & Tim Collins: Reed only) (O'Brien, Mick: May morning dew)
Johnny Gorman
see even: Beauty spot
(Andrews, William: William Andrews, Liam Walsh)
Johnny Henry (Mac Mathúna, Pádraic: Blas na meala=Hives of honeyed sound)
Johnny McGrevey's(O'Flynn, Liam: Fine art of piping)
Johnny Mickey's (McKenna, Joe: At home)
Johnny with the queer thing (Mulligan, Neil: Leitrim thrush)
Johnny 'Watt' Henry's reel(O'Flynn, Liam: Fire aflame)
Jolly seven(Denman, Todd: Like magic)
Jolly tinker(Carney, Michael) (Hannan, Robbie: Séidán sí) (McKeon, Gay, Conor & Seán: Dusty miller) (Potts, Seán: Seán Potts)
Josie McDermott's(Durham, Con: Ar an slí)
Josephine Keegan(Piping in Ireland: Darragh Murphy)
Josephine Marsh's(Morales, Lorenzo: Tales of the travelling pipers)
Journey to Iceland (O'Flynn, Liam: Brendan voyage)
Joy of life(Wheels of the world: Tom Ennis)
Joy of my life (Rowsome, Leo: Leo Rowsome: vol 1)
Joys of wedlock (Rowsome, Leo: Leo Rowsome: vol 2)
Julia Clifford's(Gill, Emmett: Mountain grove) (O'Flynn, Liam: Piper's call)
Julia Delany's(Barry, Leonard: Mind the pipes)
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Kaiser(Lees, Watkin: Trip over the mountain)
Katie's fancy
Katy's fancy
(Masterson, Declan: Tropical trad)
Keelin's return(Hyde, Dermoy: Pipeline)
Keening for O'Neill(Neff Bros.: Soundpost and bridle)
Keep my tender(Barry, Leonard: Mind the pipes)
Keep the old ark rolling (Mac Mathúna, Pádraic: Blas na meala=Hives of honeyed sound)
Keg of brandy(O'Connell, Michael "Blackie": Friars Green)
Keldevile air (Keenan, Paddy: Na keen affair)
Kelly, the boy from Killane (Rowsome, Leo: Leo Rowsome: vol 1)
Kellys (Ennis, Séamus: Morning brush) (Ennis, Séamus: Return from Fingal)
Kerry fling(O'Brien, Mick: May morning dew)
Kerry jig (Keenan, Paddy: Long grazing acre) (McKeon, Seán: Dublin made me) (Rowsome, Leo: King of the pipers) (Rowsome, Leo: Rí na bPíobairí)
Kerry lassie(McNamara, Brian & Tim Collins: Reed only) (Stafford, Brian: The caves of Cong)TR> Kerry recruit (Ennis, Séamus: Bonny bunch of roses)
Kerry reel (Denman, Todd: Reeds and rosin) (O'Brien, Mick: May morning dew)
Kerry slides(Bars, Ronan Le: Bimis ag ol)
Kerryman's daughter(Finn, Joe: The piper calls the tune)
Kesh jig (Bradfield, David: Celtic pulse)
Kid on the mountain (Ennis, Séamus: Best of Irish piping) (Ennis, Tom: Kid on the mountain) (Ennis, Tom: Tom Ennis)
Kilarney (Ennis, Tom: Believe me if all those endearing young charms) (Ennis, Tom: Tom Ennis)
Kilcooley Woods (Rowsome, Kevin: Rowsome tradition)
Kildare fancy (Early, James: Kildare fancy) (Ennis, Tom: James Morrison and Tom Ennis) (Masterson, Declan: Tropical trad) (Touhey, Patrick: Piping of Patsy Touhey)
Kildare hornpipe (Mitchell, Pat: Uilleann pipes)
Kilfenora(Fitzpatrick, Patrick: Three drops of brandy) (McKeon, Seán: Dublin made me)
Kilfrush (D'Arcy, Patrick: Wallop the spot) (Reck, Tommy: Stone in the field)
Killabeg House (McNulty, Pat: Uilleann pipes)
Killimor
Killimur
(Carberry, Peter: Traditional music of Ireland, vol. 2) (Ó Riabhaigh, Eoin: Tiomnacht (Handed on))
Killmovee jig(Barry, Leonard: Mind the pipes)
Kilty Town(New dawn: Eliot Grasso)
King of the blind(O'Flynn, Liam: Liam O'Flynn)
King of the pipers (Deegan, Dicky: Phíb) (Lambe, Eugene: Trip to Fanore) (Mac Mathúna, Pádraic: Blas na meala=Hives of honeyed sound) (Masterson, Declan: Tropical trad) (Ó Riabhaigh, Eoin: Tiomnacht (Handed on)) (Rowsome, Leo: King of the pipers) (Rowsome, Leo: Rí na bPíobairí)
King's fancy(Lees, Watkin: Trip over the mountain)
Kiss her in the furze(Mulligan, Neil: Tobar Glé)
Kiss in the shelter(O'Brien-Moran, Jimmy: Take me tender)
Kiss the maid behind the barrel (Browne, Ronan: Touch me if you dare) (Ennis, Séamus: Wandering minstrel) (Gentlemen pipers: Leo Rowsome) (Kearney, Tommy: Tommy Kearney) (McHugh, Joe: Long finger=Mhéar fhada) (New dawn: Louise Mulcahy) (Rowsome, Leo: Leo Rowsome: vol 1)
Kiss the widow(Stafford, Brian: The caves of Cong)
Kit O'Mahony's (Denman, Todd: Like magic) (Masterson, Declan: Tropical trad)
Kitchen piper (Nolan, Martin: Travel 'n style)
Kitty come down from Limerick
Kitty come down to Limerick
Kitty will you come down to Limerick
(Cooney, Michael: Tunes from a village) (Grasso, Eliot: New dawn) (O'Brien, Mick: Deadly buzz)
Kitty got a clinking coming from the fair(Clancy, Willie: Gold ring) (Clancy, Willie: Pipering of Willie Clancy : vol 1) (Potts, Seán: Seán Potts)
Kitty lie over(O'Brien, Mick & Ó Raghallaigh, Caoimhín: Kitty lie over)
Kitty O'Shea's(Keenan, Paddy: Long grazing acre)
Kitty of Ballinamore (Keane, Tommy: Wind among the reeds)
Kitty gone a milking
Kitty's gone a milking
Kitty's gone a' milking
(Browne, Ronan: Touch me if you dare) (Clancy, Willie: Gold ring) (Clancy, Willie: Pipering of Willie Clancy : vol. 2) (Cooney, Michael: Happy to meet and sorry to part) (Hannan, Robbie: Séidán sí) (Mac Mathúna, Pádraic: Blas na meala=Hives of honeyed sound)
Kitty of Oulart(O'Flynn, Liam: Fine art of piping)
Kitty's rambles
see even:
Rambles of Kitty
(Andrews, William: William Andrews, Liam Walsh) (Clancy, Willie: Clare session with Willie Clancy & friends) (Dywer, Donncha: Bourke & Dywer) (Ennis, Séamus: Best of Irish piping) (Ennis, Séamus: Fox chase) (New Dawn: Ciarín &iOcute; Briain) (Rowsome, Kevin: Rowsome tradition) (Rowsome, Leo: Leo Rowsome: vol 1)
Knocknagow reel(Browne, Ronan: Touch me if you dare)
Knotted cord(McKeon, Seán: Dublin made me)
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Labrador (O'Flynn, Liam: Brendan voyage)
Lacken Hill(Masterson, Declan: Fairwater=Fionnuisce)
Lad O'Beirne's Geese in the bog(O'Brien, Mick: Deadly buzz)
Ladies' bonnet(McKeon, Seán: Dublin made me)
Ladies march to the ballroom(O'Brien-Moran, Jimmy: Take me tender)
Ladies pantelettes
Lady's pantalettes
(Clancy, Willie: Pipering of Willie Clancy : vol 1) (Drones and the chanters) (McKenna, Joe: Traditional music of Ireland) (O'Regan, Fiachra: Aisling gheal) (Power, David: The eighteen Moloney)
Ladies' triumph (Rowsome, Leo: Leo Rowsome: vol 1)
Lads of Alnwick(O'Sullivan, Jerry: Gift)
Lads of Laois (Deegan, Dickie: By the river of gems) (O'Flynn, Liam: Fire aflame)
Lady Carbury(Ennis, Séamus: Return from Fingal)
Lady Dillon (O'Flynn, Liam: Out to an other side)
Lady Eyre's reel(O'Brien-Moran, Jimmy: Take me tender)
Lady Gethin (Masterson, Declan: Tropical trad)
Lady Gordon's(McKeon, Gay, Conor & Seán: Dusty miller)
(O'Sullivan, Jerry: O'Sullivan meets O'Farrell)
Lady on the island(O'Brien, Mick & Ó Raghallaigh, Caoimhín: Kitty lie over)
Lady's cup of tea(Barry, Leonard: Mind the pipes) (McNamara, Brian & Tim Collins: Reed only)
Lament for FR. Pat Noise(Dillon, Eion: Golden mean)
Lament for my love(Durham, Con: Ar an slí)
Lament for the wild geese(Browne, Ronan: Wynd you know)
Lament for Staker Wallace(New Dawn: Ciarín &iOcute; Briain)
Lament of the fox (Ennis, Séamus: Morning brush)
Langstern pony
see even:
Lanstrum pony
Lastrum pone
Saddle the pony
(Clancy, Willie: Minstrel from Clare) (D'Arcy, Patrick: Wallop the spot) (Mulligan, Neil: Barr na cúille) (Reck, Tommy: Stone in the field)
Lark in the clear air(McFadden, Gerry: Drones from the black mountain)
Lark in the corn(Clancy, Willie: Gold ring)
Lark in the morning (Bagpipes of Britain & Ireland: Felix Doran) (Beirne, Martin: Lark in the morning) (Browne, Ronan: Touch me if you dare) (Carberry, Peter: Traditional music of Ireland: vol 2.) (Cobblestone sessions: Eoghan Garvey & Dermot O'Hanlon) (Doran, Felix: Last of the travelling pipers) (Drones and the chanters volume 2) (Ennis, Séamus: Bonny bunch of roses) (Ennis, Séamus: Irish pipe and tinwhistle songs) (Ennis, Séamus: Séamus Ennis) (Finn, Joe: The piper calls the tune) h(Gentlemen pipers: Felix Doran) (McFadden, Gerry: Drones from the black mountain) (Mitchell, Pat: Uilleann pipes) (O Briain, Mícheál: Flags of Dublin) (O'Flynn, Liam: Uilleann pipes and tin whistle) (Rickard, Leo: Pure piping)
Lark in the clear air(Finn, Joe: The piper calls the tune)
Lark in the strand
Lark on the strand
(Furey, Finbar: Prince of pipers) (Keenan, Paddy: Paddy Keenan) (Ó Riabhaigh, Eoin: Tiomnacht (Handed on))
Lark's march (Ennis, Séamus: Fairy piper) (Ennis, Séamus: Séamus Ennis)
Larry Redican's (Light through the leaves: Tim Britton) (Masterson, Declan: Deireadh an fhómhair=End of the harvest)
Larry Redican's hornpipe (O'Sullivan, Jerry: Invasion)
Lass of Carracastle(O'Brien, Mick: Deadly buzz)
Lasses of Farm Hill(O'Brien-Moran, Jimmy: Take me tender)
Last chance(Neff Bros.: Soundpost and bridle)
Last glimpse of Erin (Delaney, Barney: Last glimpse of Erin)
Last nights fun (Keenan, Paddy: Doublin')
Last rose of summer (Ennis, Tom: Believe me if all those endearing young charms) (Ennis, Tom: Tom Ennis)
Lastrum pone
see even:
Langstern pony
(Clancy, Willie: Minstrel from Clare)
Launching of the boat (Denman, Todd: Reeds and rosin)
Laurel tree (Mac Mathúna, Pádraic: Blas na meala=Hives of honeyed sound)
Leaba uisce(Neff Bros.: Soundpost and bridle)
Leac na cuimhne(Neff Bros.: Soundpost and bridle)
Leanbh sí
Leanbh sidhe (Ennis, Séamus: Bonny bunch of roses) (Ennis, Séamus: Irish pipe and tinwhistle songs) (O'Regan, Fiachra: Aisling gheal)
Leg of the duck (Masterson, Declan: Deireadh an fhómhair=End of the harvest) (O'Flynn, Liam: Liam O'Flynn)
Legacy jig (Bradfield, David: Celtic pulse) (Laban, Peter: They'll be good yet)
Leitrim bucks(McKeon, Gay, Conor & Seán: Dusty miller)
Leitrim fancy(Browne, Ronan: Touch me if you dare) (Gallagher, Michael: Moran's hornpipe)
Leitrim lilt(Ennis, Séamus: Morning brush)
Leitrim lilter(Bars, Ronan Le: Bimis ag ol)
Leitrim slashers(Mulligan, Neil: Barr na cúille)
Leitrim thrush(Bars, Ronan Le: Bimis ag ol) (Ennis, Séamus: Best of Irish piping) (McKeon, Seán: Dublin made me) (Mulligan, Neil: Leitrim thrush)
Leo Rickard's(Morales, Lorenzo: Tales of the travelling pipers)
Let brainspinning swains (Rowsome, Leo: Leo Rowsome: vol 2)
Leaving Lerwick Harbour(Potts, Seán: Seán Potts)
Liam ua Raghallaigh (O'Brien-Moran, Jimmy: Seán Reid's favourite)
Life of man (Keane, Tommy: Wind among the reeds)
Liffey banks(Denman, Todd: Like magic) (O'Brien, Mick: Deadly buzz)
Light through the leaves(Light through the leaves: Tim Britton)
Lilting banshee (Denman, Todd: Reeds and rosin)
Lily of the valley(O'Brien, Mick: Deadly buzz)
Limerick lament (Bradfield, David: Celtic pulse)
Limerick lassies (Dunne, Mickey: Limerick lassies)
Limericks lamentation(Deegan, Dicky: Phíb) (O'Flynn, Liam: Liam O'Flynn)
Limestone rock (Denman, Todd: Like magic) (Durham, Con: Ar an slí) (Ennis, Tom: James Morrison and Tom Ennis) (Keane, Tommy: Piper's apron) (McCarthy, Tommy: Sporting Nell) (O'Regan, Fiachra: Aisling gheal) (Rowsome, Kevin: Rowsome tradition) (Shannon, Joe: Noonday feast)
Lisburn lasses(Stafford, Brian: The caves of Cong)
Liscannor reel(Masterson, Declan: Fairwater=Fionnuisce)
Little bunch of rushes (Ennis, Séamus: Bonny bunch of roses) (Ennis, Séamus: Irish pipe and tinwhistle songs)
Little cuckoo of Glen Nephin
see:
Cuaichin Ghleann Neifin
Little fair cannavans(Ennis, Séamus: Wandering minstrel) (O'Flynn, Liam: Fire aflame)
Little fair-haired boy
see even:
Buachaillín buí
(Hannan, Robbie: Traditional Irish music played on the uilleann pipes)
Little red fox
see even:
Maidrin rua
(Bagpipes of Britain & Ireland: McPeake FamilyTrio)
Little red lark(Clancy, Willie: Gold ring) (Clancy, Willie: Jigs, reels and hornpipes)
Little stack of barley (Ennis, Séamus: Wandering minstrel)
Liverpool hornpipe(Bars, Ronan Le: Bimis ag ol) (Hannan, Robbie: Séidán sí) (O'Regan, Fiachra: Aisling gheal) (Rowsome, Kevin: Rowsome tradition) (Rowsome, Leon: Traditional Irish pipes)
Liz Carroll's(Barry, Leonard: Mind the pipes)
Liz King's jigs (Hannan, Robbie: Traditional Irish music played on the uilleann pipes)
Loch nagCaor (Drones and the chanters) (McNamara, Brian: Piper's dream)
Lon dubh (Hannan, Robbie: Séidán sí)
London jig(O'Connell, Michael "Blackie": Friars Green)
London lassies(Clancy, Willie: Gold ring)
Londonderry clog (Ennis, Tom: Murphy's) (Ennis, Tom: Tom Ennis)
Londonderry hornpipe (Ennis, Tom: Tom Ennis)
Londubh (Keenan, Paddy: Paddy Keenan) (O'Brien, Mick & Ó Raghallaigh, Caoimhín: Kitty lie over)
Lonely boat (McKenna, Joe: Traditional music of Ireland)
Long gaile (Keenan, Paddy: Paddy Keenan)
Long note(Morales, Lorenzo: Tales of the travelling pipers)
Longford collector (Keenan, Paddy: Paddy Keenan) (O'Flynn, Liam: Uilleann pipes and tin whistle)
Lord Gordon (Browne, Ronan: Touch me if you dare) (McKeon, Gay: Irish piping tradition) (Pipers rock)
Lord Inchiquin (O'Flynn, Liam: Uilleann pipes and tin whistle)
Lord MacDonald
Lord McDonald's
(Keenan, Paddy: Long grazing acre) (Rowsome, Leo: King of the pipers) (Rowsome, Leo: Rí na bPíobairí)
Lord Mayo (Early, James: Kildare fancy) (Gill, Emmett: Mountain grove) (McKeon, Gay: Irish piping tradition) (Mitchell, Pat: Uilleann pipes)
Lost and found(Keenan, Paddy: Long grazing acre)(Laban, Peter: They'll be good yet)
Louden's bonnie woods and braes(Fitzpatrick, Patrick: Louden's bonnie woods and braes)
Lovely Molly(O'Connell, Michael "Blackie": Friars Green)
Low backed car (Rowsome, Leo: Leo Rowsome: vol 1)
Low road to Glin(Finn, Joe: The piper calls the tune)
Luck penny(Lambe, Eugene: Trip to Fanore)
Lucky in love(Cooney, Michael: Happy to meet and sorry to part)
Lucy Campbell (Gallagher, Michael: Moran's hornpipe) (Mulligan, Neil: Barr na cúille)
Luthradán(Laban, Peter: They'll be good yet)
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Ma luirg(Clancy, Willie: Ma luirg)
MacDermott's no. 1(Lees, Watkin: Trip over the mountain)
MacLean's waltz(Lees, Watkin: Trip over the mountain)
MacSnap's jig(Lees, Watkin: Trip over the mountain)
Madame Bonaparte(Carberry, Peter: Traditional music of Ireland: vol 2.) (Furey, Finbar: Irish pipes of Finbar Furey) (Furey, Finbar: Traditional Irish pipe music) (Power, David: My love is in America) (Rowsome, Leo: King of the pipers) (Ring, Brendan: Across the waters) (Rowsome, Leo: Rí na bPíobairí)
Maggie Cameron(Neff Bros.: Soundpost and bridle)
Maguire (McHugh, Joe: Long finger=Mhéar fhada)
Maho snaps (McHugh, Joe: Long finger=Mhéar fhada)
Maid at the spinning wheel(Rowsome, Leo: Gallowglass jig) (Rowsome, Leon: Traditional Irish pipes)
Maid at the well (Keane, Tommy: Wind among the reeds)
Maid behind the bar (Andrews, William: Maid behind the bar) (Ennis, Tom: Cherish the ladies) (Ennis, Tom: Humours of Bandon) (Ennis, Tom: James Morrison and Tom Ennis) (Ennis, Tom: Maid in the meadow) (Ennis, Tom: Tom Ennis) (Ennis, Tom: Tom Ennis) (Keenan, Paddy: Port an pióbairth) (Touhey, Patrick: Piping of Patsy Touhey)
Maid in a cherry tree
Maid in the cherry tree
(McKeon, Gay: Irish piping tradition) (O'Brien, Mick: Deadly buzz) (Reck, Tommy: Stone in the field) (Wheels of the world: Mullany & Stack)
Maid in the meadow (Ennis, Tom: Maid in the meadow) (Ennis, Tom: Tom Ennis) (Mac Mathúna, Pádraic: Blas na meala=Hives of honeyed sound) (Masterson, Declan: Deireadh an fhómhair=End of the harvest)
Maid of Ballingarry(O'Flynn, Liam: Fire aflame)
Maid of Murlough(McSherry, John: Soma)
Maid of the beach(McAuliffe, James C.: Maid of the beach)
Maid of Tramore (Rowsome, Leo: Leo Rowsome: vol 2)
Maid on the green (Ennis, Tom: Maid on the green) (Ennis, Tom: Tom Ennis) (Hyde, Dermoy: Pipeline) (McKeon, Seán: Dublin made me) (Shannon, Joe: Noonday feast) (Touhey, Patrick: Piping of Patsy Touhey) (Wheels of the world: Patrick Touhey)
Maid on the mountain(Cooney, Michael: Happy to meet and sorry to part)
Maid that left the county (Ennis, Tom: Murphy's) (Ennis, Tom: Tom Ennis)
Maiden that jigged it in style (Mitchell, Pat: Uilleann pipes)
Maidrin rua
see even:
Little red fox
(Bagpipes of Britain & Ireland: McPeake Family Trio) (Stafford, Brian: The caves of Cong)
Maids of Mitchellstown (Laban, Peter: They'll be good yet) (Lambe, Eugene: Trip to Fanore) (Mac Mathúna, Pádraic: Blas na meala=Hives of honeyed sound) (Vallely, Brian: Song of the chanter)
Maids of Mont Cisco
Maids of Mount Cisco
Maids of Mount Kisco
(Carberry, Peter: Traditional music of Ireland: vol. 2) (Dywer, Donncha: Bourke & Dywer)x (Keane, Tommy: Piper's apron) (Kearney, Tommy: Tommy Kearney) (Power, David: The eighteen Moloney) (Rowsome, Leon: Traditional Irish pipes)
Maids of Mourne Shore(O'Mealy, R.L.: 1943 BBC recording)
Máire bheag ní ghibhearlan(O'Brien-Moran, Jimmy: Take me tender)
Máire an pórtair(Stafford, Brian: The caves of Cong)
Mairéad Camshrón(Neff Bros.: Soundpost and bridle)
Máirseáil Alasdruim(Gentlemen pipers: Pat Mitchell) (Mitchell, Pat: Uilleann pipes) (O'Brien, Mick & Ó Raghallaigh, Caoimhín: Kitty lie over)
Máirseáil Uí Néill (Keenan, Paddy: Port an pióbairth)
Mama's pet (Ennis, Tom: Frost is all over) (Ennis, Tom: Mama's pet) (Ennis, Tom: Tom Ennis) (Gill, Emmett: Mountain grove)
Man from Bundoran (McHugh, Joe: Long finger=Mhéar fhada)
Man of the house (Dywer, Donncha: Bourke & Dywer) (Keenan, Paddy: Port an pióbairth) (McKenna, Joe: Traditional music of Ireland)
Man of twenty five(Piping in Ireland: Mick O'Brien)
Manigan's madness for Roisin(Furey, Finbar: Slender promise)
Manglam(O'Brien, Mick & Ó Raghallaigh, Caoimhín: Kitty lie over)
Mar mheath uaim mo chairde(Durham, Con: Ar an slí)
March of the high King of Laois
March of the King of Laois
(McFadden, Gerry: Drones from the black mountain) (McKeon, Gay, Conor & Seán: Dusty miller) (O'Connell, Michael "Blackie": Friars Green)
Marig ar pollanton (Keenan, Paddy: Port an pióbairth)
Marrow bones (Ennis, Séamus: Bonny bunch of roses)
Martin Wynn's(Neff Bros.: Soundpost and bridle)
Martin Wynne's no. 1(McCarthy, Tommy: Sporting Nell)
Mary Bergin's(McSherry, John: Soma)
Mary O'Neill's fancy (O'Sullivan, Jerry: Invasion)
Mary of Murroe(Ancient Celtic roots: Felix Doran) (Doran, Felix: Last of the travelling pipers) (Gentlemen pipers: Felix Doran)
Mary with the porter(Stafford, Brian: The caves of Cong)
Mason's apron(Ennis, Séamus: Return from Fingal)
Master's return (Cooney, Michael: Just piping) (Mac Mathúna, Pádraic: Blas na meala=Hives of honeyed sound)
Maude Millar's(Denman, Todd: Like magic)
Maurice Quinn's(Durham, Con: Ar an slí)
May Day (Andrews, William: William Andrews, Liam Walsh) (Gentlemen pipers: William Andrews)
May morning dew(O'Brien, Mick: May morning dew)
McFadden's reels (Dunne, Mickey: Limerick lassies)
McFaddens favourite (Dunne, Mickey: Limerick lassies)
McFarley's reel(Bars, Ronan Le: Bimis ag ol)
McGovern's favourite(Denman, Todd: Like magic)
McGreevy's 1(Cooney, Michael: Just piping)
McGreevy's 2(Cooney, Michael: Just piping)
McGreevy's favourite (Shannon, Joe: Noonday feast)
McGreevy's favourite(Shannon, Joe: Noonday feast)
McGreevy's jig(Cooney, Michael: Just piping)
McGuire's march (Dunne, Mickey: Limerick lassies)
McKenna's(Barry, Leonard: Mind the pipes) (Clancy, Willie: Pipering of Willie Clancy : vol. 2)
McKenna's reels (O'Flynn, Liam: Piper's call)
McLeod's reel
see:
Miss McLeod's
McMahon's jig(O'Regan, Fiachra: Aisling gheal)
McNamara's (Ennis, Tom: Murphy's) (Ennis, Tom: Tom Ennis)
McSherry's waltz(McSherry, John: Soma)
Merrily kissed the quaker(McFadden, Gerry: Drones from the black mountain)
Merry blacksmith (Ennis, Séamus: Morning brush) (Ennis, Séamus: Return from Fingal) (Ennis, Tom: Irish polkas) (Ennis, Tom: Tom Ennis) (Hannan, Robbie: Traditional Irish music played on the uilleann pipes) (McCormick, William: Merry blacksmith) (Mulligan, Neil: Tobar Glé) (Pipers rock) (Potts, Seán: Seán Potts) (Reck, Tommy: Stone in the field)
Merry harriers(Deegan, Dicky: Phíb) (Mac Mathúna, Pádraic: Blas na meala=Hives of honeyed sound) (McKeon, Seán: Dublin made me)
Merry old woman(Stafford, Brian: The caves of Cong)
Merry sisters(Deegan, Dicky: Phíb) (Denman, Todd: Reeds and rosin) (Ennis, Séamus: Best of Irish piping) (Ennis, Séamus: Fox chase) (Piping in Ireland: Séan Potts & Conor McKeon)
Michael Camey's reel(Clancy, Willie: Tsean-sceach)
Micho Russell's (fling)(O'Brien, Mick: May morning dew)
Micho Russell's reel(O'Flynn, Liam: Fire aflame)
Mike Rafferty's(Masterson, Declan: Fairwater=Fionnuisce)
Mickey Callaghan's slide(O'Brien, Mick & Ó Raghallaigh, Caoimhín: Kitty lie over)
Mickey Dunne's(O'Connell, Michael "Blackie": Friars Green)
Mile bush (Masterson, Declan: Tropical trad)
Mill mill o(O'Sullivan, Jerry: O'Sullivan meets O'Farrell)
Miller's daughter (O Briain, Mícheál: Flags of Dublin)
Miller's maggot(Masterson, Declan: Fairwater=Fionnuisce)
Milliner's daughter (Clancy, Willie: Gold ring) (Clancy, Willie: Pipering of Willie Clancy : vol. 2) (Ennis, Séamus: Return from Fingal) (Mac Mathúna, Pádraic: Blas na meala=Hives of honeyed sound) (O'Flynn, Liam: Liam O'Flynn) (Rowsome, Leo: Leo Rowsome: vol 1)
Mills are grinding(Browne, Ronan: Touch me if you dare) (Finn, Joe: The piper calls the tune)
Minstrel boy(McAuliffe, James C.: Minstrel boy)
Míre ní mhong áin (Drones and the chanters volume 2)
Miss Admiral Gordon's strathspey(O'Flynn, Liam: Piper's call)
Miss Casey (Ennis, Tom: Miss Casey) (Ennis, Tom: Tom Ennis)
Miss Daley's jig(Fitzpatrick, Patrick: Three drops of brandy)
Miss Galvin's (Clancy, Willie: Clare session with Willie Clancy & friends) (Cooney, Michael: Happy to meet and sorry to part) (Mulligan, Neil: Tobar glé)
Miss Johnson (Ennis, Séamus: Best of Irish piping)
Miss Lane's fancy (Ennis, Séamus: Morning brush)
Miss Mary O'Neill's fancy (Masterson, Declan: Deireadh an fhómhair=End of the harvest)
Miss McCleod
Miss McLeod's reel
Miss McCloud's reel
Mrs McLeods
see:
Miss McLeod's
Miss McGuiness (Keane, Tommy: Piper's apron) (O'Connell, Michael "Blackie": Friars Green) (Piper's rock)
Miss McLeod's(Bagpipes of Britain & Ireland: McPeake FamilyTrio) (Ennis, Tom: Mama's pet (Ennis, Tom: Tom Ennis) (Furey, Finbar: Prince of pipers) (Furey, Finbar: Slender promise) (Keenan, Paddy: Paddy Keenan) (McAuliffe, James C.: Miss McCloud's reel) (Reck, Tommy: Cait bhoideach) (Ring, Brendan: Across the waters) (Shannon, Joe: Noonday feast) (Touhey, Patrick: Piping of Patsy Touhey) (Wheels of the world: Patrick Touhey)
Miss Monaghan (Bagpipes of Britain & Ireland: Felix Doran) (Doran, Felix: Last of the travelling pipers) (Hannan, Robbie: Traditional Irish music played on the uilleann pipes) (New dawn: Conor McKeon) (Mulligan, Neil: Barr na cúille) (Piping in Ireland: John Hughes & Bernie Stocks) (Touhey, Patrick: Piping of Patsy Touhey)
Miss Monahan's (Shannon, Joe: Noonday feast)
Miss Pierce's reel(Stafford, Brian: The caves of Cong)
Miss Ramsey's (Drones and the chanters volume 2) (Hannan, Robbie: Séidán sí) (Keane, Tommy: Piper's apron) (McSherry, John: Soma)
Miss Susan Cooper(New dawn: Eliot Grasso) (Grasso, Elliott: Standing room only)
Miss Thornton's(Browne, Ronan: Touch me if you dare) (Cooney, Michael: Happy to meet and sorry to part) (Ennis, Tom: Irish polkas) (O'Flynn, Liam: Fine art of piping) (Shannon, Joe: Noonday feast)
Miss Walker's favourite(O'Sullivan, Jerry: O'Sullivan meets O'Farrell) (Stafford, Brian: The caves of Cong)
Mist on the meadow(Laban, Peter: They'll be good yet)
Mistress (Masterson, Declan: Tropical trad)
Mistress of the house(Denman, Todd: Like magic) (Denman, Todd: Reeds and rosin) (Jeffries, Adrian: Just intonational - Ceol dhá phíobaire) (McCormick, Billy: Just intonational - Ceol dhá ph&iacut;obaire) (O'Brien, Mick: Deadly buzz) (Reck, Tommy: Stone in the field)
Mná bhaile loch a' riach(Power, David: My love is in America)
Mo ghrádh-sa an jug mór is é lán(Gill, Emmett: Mountain grove)
Moll roe(McKeon, Gay: Irish piping tradition) (McNulty, Pat: Uilleann pipes) (Piping in Ireland: John Hughes & Bernie Stocks)
Moll rua (Drones and the chanters volume 2)
Molloy's favourite (Rowsome, Leo: King of the pipers) (Rowsome, Leo: Rí na bPíobairí)
Molly Dawn (Keenan, Paddy: Na keen affair)
Molly O'Malone (Ennis, Séamus: Wandering minstrel)
Moloney's (McAloon, Sean: Drops of brandy)
Monaghan jig (Bradfield, David: Celtic pulse) (Drones and the chanters volume 2) (Dywer, Donncha: Bourke & Dywer) (Lees, Watkin: Trip over the mountain) (McKenna, Joe: At home) (McKeon, Gay: Irish piping tradition)
Monaghan twig (Keenan, Paddy: Port an pióbairth) (McHugh, Joe: Long finger=Mhéar fhada)
Moneymusk(O'Brien, Mick: May morning dew)
Morgan Margan (Piping in Ireland: Leo Rickard & Dave Richard) (Rickard, Leo: Pure piping)
Morning dew (Clancy, Willie: Breeze from Erin) (Clancy, Willie: Clare session with Willie Clancy & friends) (O'Brien, Mick: Deadly buzz)
Morning star (Browne, Ronan: Touch me if you dare) (Shannon, Joe: Noonday feast) (Touhey, Patrick: Piping of Patsy Touhey) (Touhey, Patrick: Piping of Patsy Touhey) (Wheels of the world: Patrick Touhey)
Morning thrush (Deegan, Dicky: Phíb) (Dywer, Donncha: Bourke & Dywer) (Ennis, Séamus: Return from Fingal) (McNamara, Brian: Piper's dream) (Mulligan, Neil: Tobar glé) (O'Regan, Fiachra: Aisling gheal)
Mountain groves(Gill, Emmett: Mountain grove)
Mountain lark (Andrews, William: William Andresws, Liam Walsh) (Barry, Leonard: Mind the pipes) (Browne, Ronan: Touch me if you dare) (Ennis, Séamus: Return from Fingal) (Gentlemen pipers: William Andrews) (McAloon, Sean: Drops of brandy) (Walsh, Liam: Cliffs of Moher) (Walsh, Liam: William Andrews, Liam Walsh)
Mount Phoebus(Clancy, Willie: Gold ring)
Mountain road (Clancy, Willie: Jigs, reels and hornpipes) (Keenan, Paddy: Doublin') (Keenan, Paddy: Long grazing acre)
Mountain top(Laban, Peter: They'll be good yet)
Mountains of Pomeroy (McNulty, Pat: Uilleann pipes) (O'Mealy, R.L.: 1943 BBC recording)
Mountains of the women (Ennis, Séamus: Morning brush)
Moving cloud(Ó Riabhaigh, Eoin: Tiomnacht (Handed on))
Moving bog(Power, David: The eighteen Moloney)
Mr Walker's hornpipe(O'Sullivan, Jerry: O'Sullivan meets O'Farrell)
Mrs. Galvin's(McKeon, Seán: Dublin made me)
Mrs Judge background(Cooney, Michael: Tunes from a village)
Mrs McLeod's reel
see: Miss McLeod's
Mug of brown ale (Clancy, Willie: Jigs, reels and hornpipes)
Mulhaires (Nolan, Martin: Travel 'n style)
Mullin's fancy (Mulligan, Neil: Leitrim thrush) (O'Brien, Mick & Ó Raghallaigh, Caoimhín: Kitty lie over)
Mullingar races (Andrews, William: William Andrews, Liam Walsh)
Munster bacon (Dunne, Mickey: Limerick lassies)
Munster bank (Masterson, Declan: Tropical trad)
Munster buttermilk (Andrews, William: William Andrews, Liam Walsh) (Hannan, Robbie: Séidán sí) (O'Brien, Mick & Ó Raghallaigh, Caoimhín: Kitty lie over) (Potts, Seán: Seán Potts)
Munster gimlet (Touhey, Patrick: Piping of Patsy Touhey)
Munster grass(Finn, Joe: The piper calls the tune)
Munster jig (Hannan, Robbie: Séidán sí) (Mac Mathúna, Pádraic: Blas na meala=Hives of honeyed sound)
Murphy's (Ennis, Tom: Murphy's) (Ennis, Tom: Tom Ennis) (McKeon, Seán: Dublin made me)
Murphy's polka(Ó Riabhaigh, Eoin: Tiomnacht (Handed on))
Murphy's hornpipe (Mac Mathúna, Pádraic: Blas na meala=Hives of honeyed sound) (Rowsome, Kevin: Rowsome tradition)
Music at the gate (Ennis, Séamus: Best of Irish piping) (Ennis, Séamus: Fox chase)
Music in the forge (Ennis, Séamus: Best of Irish piping) (Ennis, Séamus: Fox chase)
My bonny blue eyed lassie(D'Arcy, Patrick: Wallop the spot)
My darling asleep (Drones and the chanters) (Grasso, Elliott: Standing room only) (Keenan, Paddy: Doublin') (Rowsome, Leo: Leo Rowsome: vol 2) (Rowsome, Leo: Piper's choice)
My former wife (Deegan, Dickie: By the river of gems) (O'Flynn, Liam: Liam O'Flynn)
My lagan love (Clancy, Willie: Gold ring) (Denman, Todd: Like magic) (Keenan, Brendan: Brendan Keenan)
My love is fair and handsome(McNamara, Brian: Piper's dream)
My love is in America
My love is in Amerikay
(Browne, Ronan: Touch me if you dare) (Clancy, Willie: Gold ring) (Clancy, Willie: Pipering of Willie Clancy : vol 1) (Doran, Johnny: Bunch of keys) (Doran, Johnny: Johnny Doran) (Hannan, Robbie: Traditional Irish music played on the uilleann pipes) (Keenan, Paddy: Paddy Keenan) (Masterson, Declan: Fairwater=Fionnuisce) (Mulligan, Neil: Leitrim thrush) (Pipers rock) (Power, David: My love is in America)
My love is on the ocean (Ennis, Tom: Frost is all over) (Ennis, Tom: Mama's pet (Ennis, Tom: Tom Ennis)
My mind would never be easy(Finn, Joe: The piper calls the tune)
My sweetheart Jane (Keane, Tommy: Wind among the reeds) (Kearney, Tommy: Tommy Kearney) (Masterson, Declan: Fairwater=Fionnuisce) (Rowsome, Leo: King of the pipers) (Rowsome, Leo: Rí na bPíobairí)
Mykines Sound (O'Flynn, Liam: Brendan voyage)
NA -B -C -D -E -F -G -H -I -J -K -L -M -N -O -P -Q - R -S -T -U - V -W -Y
Na Ceannabháin
Na ceannabháin bhána
(Laban, Peter: They'll be good yet) (O'Brien, Mick & Ó Raghallaigh, Caoimhín: Kitty lie over) (O'Brien-Moran, Jimmy: Seán Reid's favourite) (Potts, Seán: Seán Potts)
Na Connerys(Clancy, Willie: Na Connerys)
Nae good luck about the house (Mulligan, Neil: Leitrim thrush)
Nancy Hynes(Wheels of the world: Tom Ennis)
Nation once again (Rowsome, Leo: Leo Rowsome: vol 2)
Neap tide (Keane, Tommy: Wind among the reeds)
Nearer my god to thee(Furey, Finbar: Slender promise)
Neary's jig(McNamara, Brian: Piper's dream)
Ned of the hill (Ennis, Séamus: Best of Irish piping) (Ennis, Séamus: Fox chase)
Néill's favourite(Neff Bros.: Soundpost and bridle)
Nellie Donavan (O'Brien-Moran, Jimmy: Seán Reid's favourite)
Never was piping so gay(McKeon, Gay: Irish piping tradition)
New century(Lees, Watkin: Trip over the mountain)
New Demesne (Ennis, Séamus: Wandering minstrel)
New house selection(Cooney, Michael: Just piping)
New mown meadows(Denman, Todd: Like magic)
New road(Morales, Lorenzo: Tales of the travelling pipers)
New roundabout polka(Denman, Todd: Like magic)
New steamboat (Ennis, Tom: James Morrison and Tom Ennis)
Newfoundland (O'Flynn, Liam: Brendan voyage)
Newly married couple (Rowsome, Leo: Leo Rowsome: vol 2)
Newport lass
Newport lasses
(Laban, Peter: They'll be good yet) (McNamara, Brian: Piper's dream) (Mulligan, Neil: Leitrim thrush)
Ní ar chnoc ná ar isleacht(McNamara, Brian: Piper's dream)
Nine pint coggie(McNamara, Brian & Tim Collins: Reed only) (Potts, Seán: Seán Potts)
Noel McCarthy's jig(O'Sullivan, Jerry: Gift)
Noonday feast (Shannon, Joe: Noonday feast)
Noonday sun (Rowsome, Leo: Leo Rowsome: vol 2)
Nóra an ćorit(Stafford, Brian: The caves of Cong)
Nóra Chríona
Nora Creena
Nóra Criona
Nóra Críonna
(Clancy, Willie: Gold ring) (Deegan, Dicky: Phíb) (Drones and the chanters volume 2) (Ennis, Tom: Roy's wife) (Ennis, Tom: Tom Ennis) (Jefferies, Adrian: Just intonational - Ceol dhá phíobaire) (McCormick, Billy: Just intonational - Ceol dhá phíobaire)(McNulty, Pat: Uilleann pipes) (McSherry, John: Soma) (Mitchell, Pat: Uilleann pipes) (New dawn: Mikie Smyth) (Piping in Ireland: Mick O'Brien)
Nora of the Corath(Stafford, Brian: The caves of Cong)
Nora Greene see: Nóra Chríona
Nora's dream(Hyde, Dermoy: Pipeline)
Nuala's bonnet (O'Sullivan, Jerry: Invasion)
OA -B -C -D -E -F -G -H -I -J -K -L -M -N -O -P -Q - R -S -T -U - V -W -Y
Ó hArgadáin fidiléara (Clancy, Willie: Seoda ceoil 1)
O'Brien's(Morales, Lorenzo: Tales of the travelling pipers)
O'Carolan's concerto(Masterson, Declan: Fairwater=Fionnuisce)
O'Carolan's farewell to music (O'Sullivan, Jerry: Invasion)
O'Donnell Abu (McAuliffe, James C.: O'Donnell Abu) (Rowsome, Kevin: Rowsome tradition)
O'Farrell's hornpipe(O'Sullivan, Jerry: O'Sullivan meets O'Farrell)
O'Farrell's welcome to Limerick
See even:
Choice wife
Phis fhluich
Wet pussy
(Cooney, Michael: Tunes from a village)
O'Hare's tilt(Grasso, Elliott: Standing room only)
O'Keefe's reel (O'Flynn, Liam: Uilleann pipes and tin whistle)
O'Leary's motorbike(Lees, Watkin: Trip over the mountain)
O'Mahony's(Dywer, Donncha: Bourke & Dywer)
O'Mealy's hornpipe
O'Meallys
(McHugh, Joe: Long finger=Mhéar fhada) (O'Mealy, R.L.: 1943 BBC recording)
O'Neill's march (Keenan, Paddy: Port an pióbairth)
O'Rourke's (Keenan, Paddy: Long grazing acre) (Keenan, Paddy: Port an pióbairth)
O'Rourke's reel (Furey, Finbar: Irish pipes of Finbar Furey) (Furey, Finbar: Prince of pipers) (Furey, Finbar: Traditional Irish pipe music) (Neff Bros.: Soundpost and bridle)
O'Sullivan the great (Ennis, Séamus: Best of Irish piping)
O'Sullivan's march(O'Brien, Mick: May morning dew)
O'Sullivan's polka (O'Sullivan, Jerry: Invasion)
Oak tree(Keenan, Brendan: Brendan Keenan)
Oak wood silent(Neff Bros.: Soundpost and bridle)
Obair an Aistir (Keenan, Paddy: Paddy Keenan)
Off to California(McFadden, Gerry: Drones from the black mountain)
Off to the circus (McKenna, Joe: Magenta music)
Offspring(Ó Riabhaigh, Eoin: Tiomnacht (Handed on))
Oileann na meannain(Mulligan, Neil: Tobar Glé)
Oh! my darling left me!(Stafford, Brian: The caves of Cong)
Ó! mo callín d'imtiǵ sí!(Stafford, Brian: The caves of Cong)
Old blackthorn stick(Denman, Todd: Like magic)
Old Bog Road (Rowsome, Leo: Leo Rowsome: vol 1)
Old bush
Ould bush
(Browne, Ronan: Touch me if you dare) (Clancy, Willie: Gold ring) (Clancy, Willie: Pipering of Willie Clancy : vol 1) (Clancy, Willie: Tsean-sceach (Drones and the chanters volume 2) (Keenan, Paddy: Doublin') (McKenna, Joe: At home) (McNamara, Brian: Piper's dream) (O'Flynn, Liam: Liam O'Flynn) (Pipers rock) (Piping in Ireland: John Hughes & Bernie Stocks)
Old coolun(O'Brien-Moran, Jimmy: Take me tender)
Old copperplate (D'Arcy, Patrick: Wallop the spot) (Keenan, Paddy: Na keen affair)
Old favourite (McKenna, Joe: At home)
Old Figaree(McNamara, Brian: Piper's dream)
Old foxhunter's jigg>(Stafford, Brian: The caves of Cong)
Old hag at the kiln
Old hag in the kiln
(Masterson, Declan: Fairwater=Fionnuisce) (Mitchell, Pat: Uilleann pipes)
Old hag, you have killed me (Clancy, Willie: Seoda ceoil 1) (Power, David: The Eighteen Moloney)
Old hagg in the corner(O'Sullivan, Jerry: O'Sullivan meets O'Farrell)
Old Joe's jig (O'Flynn, Liam: Uilleann pipes and tin whistle)
Old kesh jig(Durham, Con: Ar an slí)
Old Leitrim(O'Regan, Fiachra: Aisling gheal)
Old man Dillon (Rowsome, Kevin: Rowsome tradition)
Old man rocking the cradle (Rowsome, Leo: King of the pipers) (Rowsome, Leo: Rí na bPíobairí)
Old pigeon on the gate(O'Connell, Michael "Blackie": Friars Green)
Old ruined cottage in the glen(O'Flynn, Liam: Fire aflame)
Old Tipperary (Clancy, Willie: Gold ring) (Clancy, Willie: Seoda ceoil 1) (Hannan, Robbie: Séidán sí) (Mac Mathúna, Pádraic: Blas na meala=Hives of honeyed sound) (O'Flynn, Liam: Uilleann pipes and tin whistle) (Pipers rock)
Old woman wrapped up in a blanket (Ennis, Séamus: Music at the gate)
Omos d'fhiach (Nolan, Martin: Travel 'n style)
Open door(McHugh, Joe: Slua nua=Open door) (McKenna, Joe: Slua nua=Open door)
Open the door for three(Piping in Ireland: Martin Nolan)
Open thy casement lady bright (Rowsome, Leo: Leo Rowsome: vol 2)
Otter's holt (Denman, Todd: Reeds and rosin)
Our house at home(McNamara, Brian: Piper's dream) (McNamara, Brian & Tim Collins: Reed only)
Out on the ocean (Keenan, Paddy: Na keen affair)
Out on the road (Masterson, Declan: Deireadh an fhómhair=End of the harvest)
Outdoor relief(Cobblestone sessions: Kevin Rowsome & Lorraine Rowsome)
Over the camel's hump(McSherry, John: Soma)
Over the Isles to America (Mulligan, Neil: Leitrim thrush)
Over the ocean(Neff Bros.: Soundpost and bridle)
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Packie Duignan's jig(Mulligan, Neil: Leitrim thrush)
Paddy Canny's(Morales, Lorenzo: Tales of the travelling pipers)
Paddy Clancy's(Dywer, Donncha: Bourke & Dywer)
Paddy Cronin's(Barry, Leonard: Mind the pipes)
Paddy dear(Furey, Finbar: Slender promise)
Paddy Fahy's (Clancy, Willie: Clare session with Willie Clancy & friends) (Keane, Tommy: Wind among the reeds) (Morales, Lorenzo: Tales of the travelling pipers)
Paddy Finlay's fancy (Rowsome, Leo: Leo Rowsome: vol 1)
Paddy gone to France(O'Brien, Mick & Ó Raghallaigh, Caoimhín: Kitty lie over)
Paddy in London(Cooney, Michael: Happy to meet and sorry to part) (Ennis, Tom: James Morrison and Tom Ennis)
Paddy Keenan's jig (Keenan, Paddy: Paddy Keenan)
Paddy Killoran's (jig)(McKeon, Seán: Dublin made me)
Paddy Killoran's (reel)(McKeon, Seán: Dublin made me)
Paddy Mills dream (Lambe, Eugene: Trip to Fanore)
Paddy O'Brien's(Deegan, Dicky: Phíb) (Masterson, Declan: Deireadh an fhómhair=End of the harvest) (McAloon, Sean: Drops of brandy) (Morales, Lorenzo: Tales of the travelling pipers) (Ring, Brendan: Across the waters)
Paddy O'Rafferty
Paudeen O'Rafferty
see even:
Páidín Ó Raifeartaigh
(Ennis, Séamus: Ace and deuce of piping) (Ennis, Séamus: Morning brush) (O Briain, Mícheál: Flags of Dublin)
Paddy on the turnpike(McAuliffe, James C.: Paddy on the turnpike)
Paddy Taylor's(Keenan, Paddy: Na keen affair) (McCarthy, Tommy: Sporting Nell) (O'Flynn, Liam: Fine art of piping) (O'Regan, Fiachra: Aisling gheal)
Paddy Whack (Gill, Emmett: Mountain grove) (Keane, Tommy: Piper's apron)
Páidín Ó Raifeartaigh
see even:
Paddy O'Rafferty
(Beirne, Martin: Lark in the morning) (Browne, Ronan: South west wind) (Clancy, Willie: Gold ring) (Clancy, Willie: Pipering of Willie Clancy : vol 1) (Deegan, Dickie: By the river of gems) (Drones and the chanters volume 2) (Dywer, Donncha: Bourke & Dywer)
Páidí spóirtiúl(Neff Bros.: Soundpost and bridle)
Paddy's rambles through the park(Browne, Ronan: Wynd you know) (Finn, Joe: The piper calls the tune) (O'Regan, Fiachra: Aisling gheal)
Paddy's return(Power, David: My love is in America)
Paístín fionn(Clancy, Willie: Gold ring) (Morales, Lorenzo: Tales of the travelling pipers)
Palm Sunday (Grasso, Elliott: Standing room only) (Mac Mathúna, Pádraic: Blas na meala=Hives of honeyed sound) (McKeon, Gay, Conor & Seán: Dusty miller)
Parting glass (Mac Mathúna, Pádraic: Blas na meala=Hives of honeyed sound)
Pat Burke's (Denman, Todd: Reeds and rosin)
Pat McGillarmey's(Morales, Lorenzo: Tales of the travelling pipers)
Pat Ward's jig(Deegan, Dicky: Phíb) (Drones and the chanters) (Ennis, Séamus: Best of Irish piping) (McKeon, Gay, Conor & Seán: Dusty miller) (O'Flynn, Liam: Fire aflame)
Patrick O'Donovan, the piper(O'Brien-Moran, Jimmy: Take me tender)
Patrick's Day (Rowsome, Leo: Leo Rowsome: vol 1)
Patsy Geary's(O'Brien, Mick: May morning dew)
Patsy Hanley's(Finn, Joe: The piper calls the tune)
Patsy Touhey's frolics(New dawn: Darragh Murphy)
Patsy Tuohey's reel(Clancy, Willie: Gold ring) (Mitchell, Pat: Uilleann pipes)
Patterson's (McHugh, Joe: Long finger=Mhéar fhada)
Pay the reckoning (Ennis, Tom: Maid in the meadow) (Ennis, Tom: Tom Ennis) (Ennis, Tom: Trim the velvet) (McKenna, Joe: Traditional music of Ireland)
Peacock's feather (Mulligan, Neil: Tobar glé) (Nolan, Martin: Travel 'n style)
Peeler's jacket(Carney, Michael: Peeler's jacket) (Carney, Michael: Pol ha' penny)
Peggy on the settle (Keane, Tommy: Wind among the reeds)
Peidhieacán(Neff Bros.: Soundpost and bridle)
People's 1(Cooney, Michael: Just piping)
People's 2(Cooney, Michael: Just piping)
Peter Byrne's(Barry, Leonard: Mind the pipes)
Peter Byrne's fancy(Furey, Finbar: Irish pipes of Finbar Furey) (Furey, Finbar: Traditional Irish pipe music)
Peter Street (Drones and the chanters volume 2) (Lees, Watkin: Trip over the mountain) (McKeon, Gay: Irish piping tradition) (Ó Riabhaigh, Eoin: Tiomnacht (Handed on))
Petticoat loose(Browne, Ronan: South west wind) (Deegan, Dickie: By the river of gems) (Finn, Joe: The piper calls the tune) (McNamara, Brian & Tim Collins: Reed only)
Pheaidí Keenan (Keenan, Paddy: Paddy Keenan)
Phis fhliuch
See even:
Choice wife
O'Farrell's welcome to Limerick
Wet pussy
(Clancy, Willie: Gold ring) (Clancy, Willie: Pipering of Willie Clancy : vol. 2) (Coyne, Mick: Both sides of the Coyne) (Drones and the chanters volume 2) (Hannan, Robbie: Séidán sí)
Phoenix reel(Bars, Ronan Le: Bimis ag ol)
Picking the spuds (Masterson, Declan: Tropical trad)
Pigeon on the gate (Bagpipes of Britain & Ireland: Felix Doran) (Barry, Leonard: Mind the pipes) (Doran, Felix: Felix Doran) (Doran, Felix: Last of the travelling pipers) (Ennis, Séamus: Best of Irish piping) (Ennis, Séamus: Fox chase) (Ennis, Tom: The Blackbird...) (Ennis, Tom: James Morrison and Tom Ennis) (Furey, Finbar: Irish pipe music) (Keenan, Paddy: Na keen affair) (Laban, Peter: They'll be good yet) (McAuliffe, James C.: Pigeon on the gate) (Mulligan, Neil: Tobar Glé)
Pinch of snuff (Deegan, Dicky: Phíb) (Keane, Tommy: Piper's apron) (McKeon, Seán: Dublin made me) (O'Flynn, Liam: Fire aflame) (Rickard, Leo: Pure piping)
Pinginí is prás (Keenan, Paddy: Paddy Keenan)
Pipe on the hob
see:
Píobaire na gríosaí = Piper of the embers
Pipeline(Hyde, Dermoy: Pipeline)
Píobaire na gríosaí = Piper of the embers
Pipe on the hob
(Browne, Ronan: Touch me if you dare) (Clancy, Willie: Clare session with Willie Clancy & friends) (Clancy, Willie: Minstrel from Clare) (Ennis, Séamus: Return from Fingal) (Ennis, Séamus: Traditional music at Newport, 1964, part 2) (Hannan, Robbie: Traditional Irish music played on the uilleann pipes) (Lambe, Eugene: Trip to Fanore) (McKeon, Seán: Dublin made me) (Rowsome, Leo: King of the pipers) (Rowsome, Leo: Rí na bPíobairí)
Piper in the meadow straying (Furey, Finbar: Irish pipe music)
Piper on the hearth
see:
Píobaire na gríosaí = Piper of the embers
Piper's apron (Keane, Tommy: Piper's apron) (McKeon, Gay: Irish piping tradition)
Piper's finger(O'Brien-Moran, Jimmy: Take me tender)
Piper's lass (Clancy, Willie: Minstrel from Clare)
Piper's maggott(O'Sullivan, Jerry: O'Sullivan meets O'Farrell)
Plains of Boyle (Clancy, Willie: Gold ring) (Clancy, Willie: Ma luirg) (Gallagher, Michael: Moran's hornpipe) (Hannan, Robbie: Traditional Irish music played on the uilleann pipes) (Keenan, Paddy: Doublin') (McKeon, Gay: Irish piping tradition) (Rowsome, Leo: Leo Rowsome: vol 1)
Plains of Waterloo(Furey, Finbar: Prince of pipers)
Planxty Browne (Rowsome, Leo: King of the pipers) (Rowsome, Leo: Rí na bPíobairí)
Planxty Charles O'Connor(Rickard, Leo: Pure piping)
Planxty Davis (Rickard, Leo: Pure piping) (Rowsome, Leo: King of the pipers) (Rowsome, Leo: Rí na bPíobairí)
Planxty Davy (Furey, Finbar: Irish pipes of Finbar Furey) (Furey, Finbar: Traditional Irish pipe music)
Planxty Fanny Power (McKenna, Joe: At home)
Planxty Irwin(McFadden, Gerry: Drones from the black mountain)
Pléaráca Bhaile uí Chonaill (Keenan, Paddy: Paddy Keenan)
Pléaraca Dhoire an Chreasáin (Clancy, Willie: Seoda ceoil 1)
Pleasures of hope(Ennis, Séamus: Return from Fingal) (New dawn: Louise Mulcahy) (O'Flynn, Liam: Piper's call)
Poirt ó Chorca dhuibhne(Durham, Con: Ar an slí)
Pal hal'pennys
Pol ha' penny
Poll ha'penny
Poll halfpenny
(Carney, Michael: Peeler's jacket) (Carney, Michael: Pol ha' penny) (Clancy, Willie: West wind) (Drones and the chanters volume 2) (Dywer, Donncha: Bourke & Dywer) (Gill, Emmett: Mountain grove) (New Dawn: Ciarín &iOcute; Briain) (O'Brien-Moran, Jimmy: Seán Reid's favourite) (O'Regan, Fiachra: Aisling gheal)
Polcaí ó iartahar dhuibhneach(Durham, Con: Ar an slí)
Policeman's holiday(Bars, Ronan Le: Bimis ag ol)
Poor old woman
see even: Sean bhean bhocht
(Ennis, James: Battle of Clontarf) (McKenna, Joe: At home) (O'Flynn, Liam: Fine art of piping)
Port an bhráthair (Mulligan, Neil: Leitrim thrush)
Port Chathail Mhic Dhomhnaill(Neff Bros.: Soundpost and bridle)
Port Liadroma (Mitchell, Pat: Uilleann pipes)
Port na giobóige(Gill, Emmett: Mountain grove)
Port na h-eala air an traigh(Mulligan, Neil: Barr na cúille)
Port na bPúcaí (Drones and the chanters volume 2) (Piping in Ireland: Rowan Browne)
Port Siney(Neff Bros.: Soundpost and bridle)
Port tom mhich(Durham, Con: Ar an slí)
Port uí Fhearchair (Clancy, Willie: Seoda ceoil 1)
Port uí Riain(Neff Bros.: Soundpost and bridle)
Porthole of the kelp>TD>(Laban, Peter: They'll be good yet)
Portlaw reel
see even:
Chicago reel
(Gentlemen pipers: Liam Walsh) (Walsh, Liam: William Andrews, Liam Walsh)
Pound loney(Dillon, Eion: Golden mean)
Pretty girls of Mayo(Cooney, Michael: Just piping) (Masterson, Declan: Deireadh an fhómhair=End of the harvest) (McKeon, Gay, Conor & Seán: Dusty miller)
Pretty maid milking her cow(McAuliffe, James C.: Pretty maid milking her cow)
Price of my pig(Denman, Todd: Like magic)
Primrose lass (Doran, Felix: Last of the travelling pipers) (Kearney, Tommy: Tommy Kearney) (Shannon, Joe: Noonday feast)
Princess royal (Deegan, Dickie: By the river of gems)
Promenade (Keane, Tommy: Wind among the reeds)
Punch for the ladies(O'Brien, Mick & Ó Raghallaigh, Caoimhín: Kitty lie over)
Pure drop (Drones and the chanters volume 2) (Ennis, Séamus: Best of Irish piping)
Purty Molly Brannigan(Clancy, Willie: Gold ring) (Clancy, Willie: Pipering of Willie Clancy : vol 1)
Put on your clothes (Rowsome, Kevin: Rowsome tradition)
QA -B -C -D -E -F -G -H -I -J -K -L -M -N -O -P -Q - R -S -T -U - V -W -Y
Quarrelsome piper (Martin, Phil: Greencastle hornpipe) (McAloon, Sean: Drops of brandy)
Quebec march(O'Connell, Michael "Blackie": Friars Green)
Queen of the fair(Clancy, Willie: Clare session with Willie Clancy & friends)
Queen of May (Masterson, Declan: Fairwater=Fionnuisce) (Rowsome, Leo: Leo Rowsome: vol 2)
Queen of the May (Mac Mathúna, Pádraic: Blas na meala=Hives of honeyed sound)
Queen of the rushes (Browne, Ronan: South west wind) (Nolan, Martin: Travel 'n style) (Pipers rock) (Reck, Tommy: Stone in the field)
Quick-step (O'Sullivan, Jerry: O'Sullivan meets O'Farrell)
Quilty's(Morales, Lorenzo: Tales of the travelling pipers)
RA -B -C -D -E -F -G -H -I -J -K -L -M -N -O -P -Q - R -S -T -U - V -W -Y
Races of Ballyhouley(McKeon, Seán: Dublin made me)
Radharc an iolair(Neff Bros.: Soundpost and bridle)
Ragan's jig(Ennis, Tom: Roy's wife) (Ennis, Tom: Tom Ennis)
Rathawaun(O'Brien, Mick & Ó Raghallaigh, Caoimhín: Kitty lie over)
Raibh tú ag an gCarraig(Browne, Ronan: Wynd you know) (D'Arcy, Patrick: Wallop the spot) (Rowsome, Kevin: Rowsome tradition)
Rainy day (Ennis, Séamus: Best of Irish piping) (Ennis, Séamus: Fox chase) (Ennis, Séamus: Morning brush) (Hannan, Robbie: Traditional Irish music played on the uilleann pipes) (Mac Mathúna, Pádraic: Blas na meala=Hives of honeyed sound) (New dawn: Conor McKeon) (Ó Riabhaigh, Eoin: Tiomnacht (Handed on) (Piper's rock) (Power, David: The eighteen Moloney)
Rakes of Clonmel (Ennis, Tom: Sarsfield's jig) (Ennis, Tom: Tom Ennis) (Potts, Seán: Seán Potts) (Touhey, Patrick: Piping of Patsy Touhey)
Rakes of Kildare (Andrews, William: Rakes of Kildare) (Finn, Joe: The piper calls the tune) (Fitzpatrick, Patrick: Three drops of brandy) (Rowsome, Leo: Leo Rowsome: vol 2)
Rakish Paddy(Browne, Ronan: Touch me if you dare) (Carberry, Peter: Traditional music of Ireland: vol. 2) (Clancy, Willie: Clare session with Willie Clancy & friends) (Clancy, Willie: Gold ring) (Clancy, Willie: Pipering of Willie Clancy : vol. 2) (Clancy, Willie: West wind) (Doran, Felix: Last of the travelling pipers) (Doran, Johnny: Bunch of keys) (Doran, Johnny: Johnny Doran) (Ennis, Tom: Mama's pet (Ennis, Tom: Tom Ennis) (Furey, Finbar: Irish pipes of Finbar Furey) (Furey, Finbar: Traditional Irish pipe music) (Gentlemen pipers: Mícheál O Briain) (Keenan, Paddy: Na keen affair) (New dawn: Eliot Grasso) (Pipers rock) (O Briain, Mícheál: Flags of Dublin) (Walsh, Liam: Dunphy's)
Ríl uí Ruairc
see even:
O'Rourkes
(Neff Bros.: Soundpost and bridle)
Rambles of Kitty
see even:
Kitty's rambles
(Hannan, Robbie: Traditional Irish music played on the uilleann pipes) (McSherry, John: Soma) (Rowsome, Leo: Leo Rowsome: vol 1)
Rambles with Rory (Shannon, Joe: Noonday feast)
Rambling pitchfork (Carberry, Peter: Traditional music of Ireland: vol. 2) (Doran, Felix: Felix Doran) (Doran, Johnny: Bunch of keys) (Doran, Johnny: Johnny Doran) (Ennis, Séamus: Feidlim Tonn Ri's castle or The king of Ireland's son) (Hannan, Robbie: Séidán sí) (Keenan, Paddy: Doublin') (Keenan, Paddy: Paddy Keenan) (O'Brien, Mick & Ó Raghallaigh, Caoimhín: Kitty lie over) (O'Connell, Michael "Blackie": Friars Green) (Walsh, Liam: Delaney's drummers)
Rambling thatcher(O'Flynn, Liam: Fire aflame)
Rathlin Island(Morales, Lorenzo: Tales of the travelling pipers)
Ravelled hank of yarn (Clancy, Willie: Gold ring) (Clancy, Willie: Pipering of Willie Clancy : vol 1) (Masterson, Declan: Tropical trad) (New dawn: Louise Mulcahy)
Razzle dazzle(Stafford, Brian: The caves of Cong)
Reavey's reel (Clancy, Willie: West wind)
Reconciliation(O'Connell, Michael "Blackie": Friars Green)
Red crow(Bars, Ronan Le: Bimis ag ol)
Red haired lass (Denman, Todd: Reeds and rosin)
Red haired man's wife(McAuliffe, James C.: Red haired man's wife)
Reddigan's
Redigan's reel
(Keane, Tommy: Piper's apron) (Mulligan, Neil: Leitrim thrush
Reel of Bogie(Cobblestone sessions: Kevin Rowsome & Lorraine Rowsome)
Reel of Mullinavat(Clancy, Willie: Clare session with Willie Clancy & friends)
Reevey's (Keenan, Paddy: Na keen affair)
Refugee(Furey, Finbar: Slender promise)
Repeal of the union (Hannan, Robbie: Séidán sí) (Keane, Tommy: Wind among the reeds) (Vallely, Brian: Song of the chanter)
Return from Fingal (Ennis, Séamus: Best of Irish piping) (Ennis, Séamus: Return from Fingal)
Return to Burton Road(McNamara, Brian & Tim Collins: Reed only)
Rí na bpíobairí (Rowsome, Leo: King of the pipers)
Ríl Mháirtín(Neff Bros.: Soundpost and bridle)
Ride a mile (McKenna, Joe: Traditional music of Ireland)
Rights of man (Bradfield, David: Celtic pulse) (Denman, Todd: Reeds and rosin) (Dywer, Donncha: Bourke & Dywer) (McAuliffe, James C.: Rights of man) (O'Flynn, Liam: Fire aflame) (Rowsome, Leo: Leo Rowsome: vol 1)
Ril Mhic Leiod(Reck, Tommy: Cait bhoideach)
Ril Mhicil Ui Cheitheamaigh(Clancy, Willie: Tsean-sceach)
Ríleanna anamúla atá coitianta(Durham, Con: Ar an slí)
Road to Dornava(McSherry, John: Soma)
Road to Lisdoonvarna (McCarthy, Tommy: Sporting Nell)
Roaring Mary(Bradfield, David: Celtic pulse) (Clancy, Willie: Clare session with Willie Clancy & friends)
Robbie Hannan's jig (O'Sullivan, Jerry: Invasion)
Rocking the baby (Furey, Finbar: Irish pipe music)
Rocks of Bawn(Clancy, Willie: Gold ring) (Clancy, Willie: Pipering of Willie Clancy : vol 1) (Dunne, Mickey: Limerick lassies) (Furey, Finbar: Slender promise)
Rocky road to Dublin (Andrews, William: William Andrews, Liam Walsh) (Andrews, William: Rocky road to Dublin) (D'Arcy, Patrick: Wallop the spot) (Ennis, Séamus: Best of Irish piping )(Ennis, Séamus: Feidlim Tonn Ri's castle or The king of Ireland's son) (Keane, Tommy: Wind among the reeds) (Masterson, Declan: Fairwater=Fionnuisce) (Rowsome, Leo: Leo Rowsome: vol 2) (Stafford, Brian: The caves of Cong)
Rodney's glory (Clancy, Willie: Jigs, reels and hornpipes)
Rógaire dubh
Rógaire dubh, na ceannabháin bhána
(Cobblestone sessions: Néillidh Mulligan & Seán Ó Broin) (Cooney, Michael: Happy to meet and sorry to part) (Drones and the chanters volume 2) (Grasso, Elliott: Standing room only) (Hannan, Robbie: Séidán sí) (Keane, Tommy: Wind among the reeds) (New Dawn: Ciarín &iOcute; Briain) (O'Brien, Mick: May morning dew)
Rogha an Ardcheannfairt Ó(Neff Bros.: Soundpost and bridle)
Rogha an ehile(Walsh, Liam: Walls of Limerick)
Rogha Sheáin uí mhaoildeirg (Clancy, Willie: Seoda ceoil 1)
Roisin dubh (Keenan, Paddy: Doublin')
Rolandstown churchyard (Doran, Felix: Last of the travelling pipers)
Rollicking boys around Tandragee
see even:
Boys of Tandragee
(Hannan, Robbie: Traditional Irish music played on the uilleann pipes)
Rollicking Irishman (Rowsome, Leo: Leo Rowsome: vol 1)
Rolling in the rye grass (Bradfield, David: Celtic pulse) (Coyne, Mick: Both sides of the Coyne) (Mac Mathúna, Pádraic: Blas na meala=Hives of honeyed sound)
Rolling wave (Clancy, Willie: Gold ring) (Clancy, Willie: Pipering of Willie Clancy : vol 1)
Ronnie Cooper(New dawn: Eliot Grasso) (New dawn: Conor McKeon)
Rook's secret(Light through the leaves: Tim Britton)
Rose in the garden(Mulligan, Neil: Tobar Glé)
Rose in the heather(Laban, Peter: They'll be good yet) (O'Brien, Mick & Ó Raghallaigh, Caoimhín: Kitty lie over) (Reck, Tommy: Stone in the field)
Round the house(McKenna, Joe: Magenta music)
Roundstone lasses(O'Brien-Moran, Jimmy: Take me tender)
Rowsome's slip jig (Bagpipes of Britain & Ireland: Willie Clancy) (Clancy, Willie: West wind)
Roy's hands(Furey, Finbar: Irish pipes of Finbar Furey) (Furey, Finbar: Traditional Irish pipe music)
Roy's wife (Ennis, Tom: Roy's wife) (Ennis, Tom: Tom Ennis)
Ruby (Mulligan, Neil: Leitrim thrush)
Ryan's jig(Neff Bros.: Soundpost and bridle)
SA -B -C -D -E -F -G -H -I -J -K -L -M -N -O -P -Q - R -S -T -U - V -W -Y
Sack of potatoes (Keane, Tommy: Wind among the reeds)
Saddle the pony
See even:
Langstern pony
Lanstrum pony
Lastrum pone
(Bagpipes of Britain & Ireland: McPeake Family Trio) (Clancy, Willie: Minstrel from Clare) (Ennis, Tom: James Morrison and Tom Ennis) (Keenan, Brendan: Brendan Keenan) (Power, David: My love is in America) (Walsh, Liam: Cliffs of Moher) (Walsh, Liam: William Andrews, Liam Walsh)
Sailing into Walpole's marsh (Denman, Todd: Reeds and rosin) (McNamara, Brian & Tim Collins: Reed only)
Sailor on the rock(Cobblestone sessions: Cormac Cannon & Finbarr Naughton) (Deegan, Dickie: By the river of gems) (Mulligan, Neil: Leitrim thrush)
Sailor's bonnet (Keenan, Paddy: Paddy Keenan) (Mitchell, Pat: Uilleann pipes) (O'Flynn, Liam: Uilleann pipes and tin whistle)
Sailor's cravat(O'Flynn, Liam: Fine art of piping)
Saint Patrick's Day(Carberry, Peter: Traditional music of Ireland: vol. 2)
Salamanca(Drones and the chanters) (Ennis, Séamus: Return from Fingal) (Gallagher, Michael: Garden of daisies) (Hannan, Robbie: Traditional Irish music played on the uilleann pipes) (Keenan, Paddy: Doublin') (Morales, Lorenzo: Tales of the travelling pipers) (Mulligan, Neil: Barr na cúille) (Power, David: My love is in America) (Walsh, Liam: Blackbird)
Sall's dellight(O'Sullivan, Jerry: O'Sullivan meets O'Farrell)
Sandpiper(Grasso, Elliott: Standing room only)
Sarah Hobbs (reel)(O'Brien, Mick & Ó Raghallaigh, Caoimhín: Kitty lie over)
Sarsfield's jig (Ennis, Tom: Sarsfield's jig) (Ennis, Tom: Tom Ennis)
Sarsfield's quickstep(O'Brien-Moran, Jimmy: Take me tender)
Satin slipper(Clancy, Willie: Gold ring) (Grasso, Elliott: Standing room only) (McNamara, Brian: Piper's dream)
Saunder's Fort(Finn, Joe: The piper calls the tune)
Savourneen deelish (Rowsome, Leo: Leo Rowsome: vol 1)
Scaip na cletí
see even
Scaipeadh na gCleití
(Keenan, Paddy: Paddy Keenan) (Neff Bros.: Soundpost and bridle)
Scatter the mud
see even:
Doran's fancy
(Doran, Felix: Felix Doran) (Rowsome, Leo: Leo Rowsome: vol 2)
Scholar (Deegan, Dickie: By the river of gems) (Drones and the chanters) (New dawn: Conor McKeon)
Scotch Mary (Keenan, Paddy: Na keen affair) (Touhey, Patrick: Piping of Patsy Touhey)
Scotsman over the border(Cooney, Michael: Tunes from a village)
Scully Casey's (Denman, Todd: Reeds and rosin) (Lambe, Eugene: Trip to Fanore)
Scully Casey's jig (Gill, Emmett: Mountain grove) (Mac Mathúna, Pádraic: Blas na meala=Hives of honeyed sound)
Sé fath mo bhuartha(Clancy, Willie: Gold ring) (Lambe, Eugene: Trip to Fanore) (Rowsome, Leon: Traditional Irish pipes)
Sean bhean bhocht
see even: Poor old woman
(Ennis, James: Battle of Clontarf) (McKenna, Joe: At home) (McKeon, Gay, Conor & Seán: Dusty miller) (O'Flynn, Liam: Fine art of piping)
Seán buí
see even: Yellow John
((Humours of Holland / Leo Rickard) (Mac Mathúna, Paacute;draic: Blas na meala=Hives of honeyed sound) (McNamara, Brian: Piper's dream) (Reck, Tommy: Stone in the field)
Seán Coughlan's (O'Sullivan, Jerry: Invasion)
Seán duine(O'Brien, Mick: May morning dew)
Sean O'Dwyer(Cooney, Michael: Just piping)
Seán Maguire's (Masterson, Declan: Deireadh an fhómhair=End of the harvest)
Seán McGrath's(Denman, Todd: Like magic)
Seán O'Cealleigh's(Denman, Todd: Like magic)
Seán Ó Duibhir
see even:
Seán Ó Duibhir an ghleanna
(Browne, Ronan: Touch me if you dare) (Clancy, Willie: Pipering of Willie Clancy : vol. 2) (Ennis, Séamus: Return from Fingal) (Gill, Emmett: Mountain grove) (Neff Bros.: Soundpost and bridle) (O'Brien-Moran, Jimmy: Seán Reid's favourite) (O'Flynn, Liam: Liam O'Flynn) (O'Flynn, Liam: Out to an other side)
Seán Reid's fancy(Clancy, Willie: Gold ring) (Clancy, Willie: Pipering of Willie Clancy : vol 1) (Clancy, Willie: Seoda ceoil 1) (Clancy, Willie: West wind)
Seán Reid's favourite (Browne, Ronan: Touch me if you dare) (McNamara, Brian: Piper's dream) (O'Brien-Moran, Jimmy: Seán Reid's favourite) (O'Regan, Fiachra: Aisling gheal)
Séan Reid's reel(Stafford, Brian: The caves of Cong)
Seán Ryan's (Carberry, Peter: Traditional music of Ireland: vol. 2) (Cooney, Michael: Tunes from a village) (Shannon, Joe: Noonday feast)
Seán Ryan's favourite(Piping in Ireland: Kevin Rowsome & Lorraine Rowsome)
Seán Ryan's reel(O'Flynn, Liam: Fire aflame)
Seán Seery's(McHugh, Joe: Slua nua=Open door) (McKenna, Joe: Slua nua=Open door)
Seán Tiobraid Arann(Clancy, Willie: Seoda ceoil 1) (Mitchell, Pat: Uilleann pipes)
Seans deireanach(Neff Bros.: Soundpost and bridle)
Second wedding(Finn, Joe: The piper calls the tune)
Sergeant Early's (Keane, Tommy: Piper's apron) (McNamara, Brian: Piper's dream) (O'Nolan, Shaun: Sargeant Early's jig)
Shadow on the hill(O'Flynn, Liam: Liam O'Flynn)
Shady groves of Peamount (Clancy, Willie: Pipering of Willie Clancy : vol. 2)
Shake it up Shanahan(O'Nolan, Shaun: Fisherman's widow)
Shandon bells (Rowsome, Leo: Leo Rowsome: vol 2)
Shannonside reel (Dunne, Mickey: Limerick lassies)
Shaskeen(Browne, Ronan: South west wind) (Cooney, Michael: Just piping) (Hannan, Robbie: Traditional Irish music played on the uilleann pipes) (McKenna, Joe: Traditional music of Ireland) (New dawn: Patrick Touhey) (O'Brien-Moran, Jimmy: Seán Reid's favourite) (Touhey, Patrick: Piping of Patsy Touhey)
She moved through the fair
She moves throuh the fair
(Furey, Finbar: Prince of pipers) (Furey, Finbar: Slender promise)
She said couldn't dance (Keenan, Paddy: Na keen affair)
tSean bhean bhocht(McNamara, Brian: Piper's dream)
Seanbhean na gCártaí(O'Brien, Mick & Ó Raghallaigh, Caoimhín: Kitty lie over)
Sheebeg and sheemor
see even Si beag si mor
(O'Flynn, Liam: Uilleann pipes and tin whistle)
Sheehan's reel (Rowsome, Leo: Leo Rowsome: vol 1)
Sheila Coyles (Dunne, Mickey: Limerick lassies)
Shepherd's daughter(Denman, Todd: Like magic) (Gill, Emmett: Mountain grove)
Shepherd's hornpipe(O'Sullivan, Jerry: O'Sullivan meets O'Farrell)
Ships are sailing(Clancy, Willie: Clare session with Willie Clancy & friends)
Shoe the donkey(Lees, Watkin: Trip over the mountain)
Shootin' the bull (Keenan, Paddy: Na keen affair)
Si beag si mor
see even: Sheebeg and sheemor
(D'Arcy, Patrick: Wallop the spot) (McFadden, Gerry: Drones from the black mountain)
Sicíní shinéad(Neff Bros.: Soundpost and bridle)
Silver slipper (Keane, Tommy: Piper's apron) (Morales, Lorenzo: Tales of the travelling pipers)
Silver spear (Drones and the chanters volume 2) (Ennis, Séamus: Return from Fingal) (Furey, Finbar: Irish pipes of Finbar Furey) (Furey, Finbar: Traditional Irish pipe music) (McKenna, Joe: At home) (O'Brien, Mick & Ó Raghallaigh, Caoimhín: Kitty lie over) (Potts, Seán: Seán Potts)
Siney's jig(Neff Bros.: Soundpost and bridle)
Sir Charles Douglas's strathspey(O'Sullivan, Jerry: O'Sullivan meets O'Farrell)
Six mile bridge(O'Brien-Moran, Jimmy: Take me tender)
Sixpenny money (Ennis, Séamus: Ace and deuce of piping) (Ennis, Séamus: Best of Irish piping) (Ennis, Séamus: Morning brush) (Ennis, Séamus: Return from Fingal)
Skylark(Clancy, Willie: Clare session with Willie Clancy & friends)
Slán le hÉirinn (Keenan, Paddy: Paddy Keenan) (Neff Bros.: Soundpost and bridle)
Slán le máigh(McKeon, Gay: Irish piping tradition)
Slaney bog(Gill, Emmett: Mountain grove)
Slender promise(Furey, Finbar: The slender promise)
Sliabh na mBan
see even:
Women's mountain
(Clancy, Willie: Gold ring) (Deegan, Dickie: By the river of gems) (Doran, Johnny: Bunch of keys) (Doran, Johnny: Johnny Doran) (Furey, Finbar: Irish pipe music) (Kearney, Tommy: Tommy Kearney) (O'Flynn, Liam: Piper's call) (Piping in Ireland: Martin Nolan) (Rickard, Leo: Pure piping)
Sliabh Russell (Keane, Tommy: Piper's apron) (Keenan, Paddy: Long grazing acre) (O'Brien-Moran, Jimmy: Seán Reid's favourite)
Slide from grace(McSherry, John: Soma)
Slieve Russell (Dywer, Donncha: Bourke & Dywer) (Ennis, Séamus: Best of Irish piping)
Sligo Bay (Ennis, Tom: James Morrison and Tom Ennis)
Sligo lassies(O'Mealy, R.L.: 1943 BBC recording)
Sligo maid (Carberry, Peter: Traditional music of Ireland: vol 2.) (Cobblestone sessions: Cormac Cannon & Finbarr Naughton) (Laban, Peter: They'll be good yet) (Power, David: The eighteen Moloney) (Rowsome, Leo: Leo Rowsome: vol 1) (Rowsome, Leon: Traditional Irish pipes)
Sligo maid's lament(Ennis, Séamus: Return from Fingal) (Rowsome, Leo: Leo Rowsome: vol 1)
Sligo-reel (Clancy, Willie: Jigs, reels and hornpipes)
Slip into Maddens(McSherry, John: Soma)
Small hills of Offaly(McNamara, Brian & Tim Collins: Reed only)
Smash the windows (Andrews, William: William Andrews, Liam Walsh) (Ennis, Séamus: Best of Irish piping) (Ennis, Séamus: Fox chase) (Ennis, Séamus: Return from Fingal) (Finn, Joe: The piper calls the tune) (O'Mealy, R.L.: 1943 BBC recording)
Smokey house (Deegan, Dicky: Phíb)
Snow on the hills (Gill, Emmett: Mountain grove) (Keane, Tommy: Wind among the reeds)
Snowy breasted Pearl (Dunne, Mickey: Limerick lassies) (Gentlemen pipers: Leo Rowsome) (Rowsome, Leo: Leo Rowsome: vol 2)
Snug in the blanket(McNamara, Brian & Tim Collins: Reed only) (O'Flynn, Liam: Liam O'Flynn)
Song of the chanter
See even:
Chanter's song
(Vallely, Brian: Song of the chanter)
Song of the tea (Hannan, Robbie: Traditional Irish music played on the uilleann pipes)
Sonny Brogan's mazurka
Sonny's mazurka
(Lees, Watkin: Trip over the mountain) (Reck, Tommy: Stone in the field)
South west wind (Browne, Ronan: South west wind) (Hannan, Robbie: Traditional Irish music played on the uilleann pipes)
Spailpín a rúin
Spailpin a run
(Clancy, Willie: Minstrel from Clare) (Flea ceoil: Seán Seery)
Spanish cloak (Furey, Finbar: Irish pipe music)
Speed the plough
Speed the plow
(Andrews, William: William Andrews, Liam Walsh) (Dunne, Mickey: Limerick lassies) (McKenna, Joe: Traditional music of Ireland) (Nolan, Martin: Travel 'n style) (Shannon, Joe: Noonday feast)
Spéic seoigheach
Speic seodrach
(McKeon, Gay, Conor & Seán: Dusty miller) (Pipers rock)
Spellan the fiddler(Finn, Joe: The piper calls the tune) (Gill, Emmett: Mountain grove) (Lees, Watkin: Trip over the mountain) (Ó Riabhaigh, Eoin: Tiomnacht (Handed on))
Spey in spate(Finn, Joe: The piper calls the tune)
Spike Island lasses (Browne, Ronan: South west wind) (Finn, Joe: The piper calls the tune) (Keenan, Paddy: Long grazing acre) (Masterson, Declan: Fairwater=Fionnuisce) (New dawn: Eliot Grasso)
Spillane's fiddle
Spillane the fiddler
(McHugh, Joe: Long finger=Mhéar fhada) (McNamara, Brian & Tim Collins: Reed only) (Walsh, Liam: Delaney's drummers) (Vignoles, Michael: Wind, wood and brass)
Spinner's delight (Browne, Ronan: South west wind)
Splendid isolation(Potts, Seán: Seán Potts)
Split the whisker(Cooney, Michael: Happy to meet and sorry to part)
Sporting Kate(McNamara, Brian: Piper's dream)
Sporting Molly(D'Arcy, Patrick: Wallop the spot) (O'Brien, Mick: May morning dew)
Sporting Nell(Laban, Peter: They'll be good yet) (O'Brien, Mick: May morning dew)
Sporting Paddy(Cooney, Michael: Happy to meet and sorry to part) (Denman, Todd: Like magic) (Mac Mathúna, Pádraic: Blas na meala=Hives of honeyed sound) (Neff Bros.: Soundpost and bridle) (Vignoles, Michael: Wind, wood and brass)
Sporting pitchfork(Keenan, Paddy: Doublin') (O'Brien, Mick & Ó Raghallaigh, Caoimhín: Kitty lie over)
Spot the wallop (Keane, Tommy: Piper's apron)
St. Patrick's Day
see:
Saint Patrick's Day
Stack of barley
Stacks of barley
(Denman, Todd: Reeds and rosin) (Durham, Con: Ar an slí) (Dywer, Donncha: Bourke & Dywer)(Ennis, Séamus: Best of Irish piping) (Hannan, Robbie: Séidán sí) (McAuliffe, James C.: Stack of barley) (O'Flynn, Liam: Fire aflame) (Power, David: My love is in America)
Stack of oats(Laban, Peter: They'll be good yet)
Stad Erro Rogura Stad Stad(O'Sullivan, Jerry: O'Sullivan meets O'Farrell)
Staesia Donnelly's(O'Brien-Moran, Jimmy: Seán Reid's favourite)
Staicín eorna (Mulligan, Neil: Leitrim thrush) (O'Brien-Moran, Jimmy: Take me tender) (Power, David: My love is in America)
Saint Patrick's Day
Saint Patrick's Day is tomorrow
(Power, David: My love is in America)
Staker Wallace (Rowsome, Kevin: Rowsome tradition)
Standing abbey (Ennis, Séamus: Best of Irish piping) (Ennis, Séamus: Return from Fingal) (Mulligan, Neil: Barr na cúille) (Power, David: My love is in America)
Star (McNulty, Pat: Uilleann pipes)
Star hornpipe (Rowsome, Leo: Leo Rowsome: vol 2)
Star of Munster(Cooney, Michael: Happy to meet and sorry to part) (Mac Mathúna, Pádraic: Blas na meala=Hives of honeyed sound) (Mitchell, Pat: Uilleann pipes) (Rowsome, Leo: Leo Rowsome: vol 1)
Star of the east(Bars, Ronan Le: Bimis ag ol)
Star of the sea(Dillon, Eion: Golden mean)
Statia Donnelly (Lees, Watkin: Trip over the mountain) (Mac Mathúna, Pádraic: Blas na meala=Hives of honeyed sound) (O'Brien, Mick: May morning dew)
Stay and have another one(Masterson, Declan: Fairwater=Fionnuisce)
Stay another while (Hannan, Robbie: Traditional Irish music played on the uilleann pipes)
Stay for another while(Ennis, Séamus: Best of Irish piping)
Steamboat(Stafford, Brian: The caves of Cong)
Steampacket (Browne, Ronan: South west wind) (Carberry, Peter: Traditional music of Ireland : vol. 2) (Clancy, Willie: Clare session with Willie Clancy & friends) (Clancy, Willie: Gold ring) (Clancy, Willie: Pipering of Willie Clancy : vol. 2) (Doran, Johnny: Bunch of keys) (Doran, Johnny: Johnny Doran) (Hannan, Robbie: Rabharta ceoil: in full spate) (Keenan, Paddy: Paddy Keenan) (Power, David: My love is in America) (Shannon, Joe: Noonday feast) (Touhey, Patrick: Piping of Patsy Touhey) (Wheels of the world: Patrick Touhey)
Stella's trip to Kamloops(Potts, Seán: Seán Potts)
Stensons (Nolan, Martin: Travel 'n style)
Stoir mo chroi
Stór mo chroí
(Deegan, Dickie: By the river of gems) (Deegan, Dicky: Phíb) (Mulligan, Neil: Tobar glé) (O'Flynn, Liam: Fine art of piping)
Stone in the field(Ennis, Séamus: Feidlim Tonn Ri's castle or The king of Ireland's son) (Ennis, Séamus: Wandering minstrel) (Kearney, Tommy: Tommy Kearney) (Reck, Tommy: Stone in the field)
Stone of destiny(McSherry, John: Soma)
Stoney batter(McNamara, Brian: Piper's dream)
Stoney steps (McKeon, Seán: Dublin made me) (Mulligan, Neil: Tobar glé) (Rowsome, Leo: Piper's choice)
Stormy night(O'Connell, Michael "Blackie": Friars Green)
Strawberry blossom(O'Brien, Mick: May morning dew)
Strike the gay harp (Cooney, Michael: Just piping) (McKeon, Gay, Conor & Seán: Dusty miller) (O'Connell, Michael "Blackie": Friars Green)
Strokestown reel(Piping in Ireland: Mick O'Brien)
Strop the razor (Mac Mathúna, Pádraic: Blas na meala=Hives of honeyed sound)
Sullivan's march (Mitchell, Pat: Uilleann pipes)
Sunderland lasses(O'Sullivan, Jerry: Gift)
Sunny banks(McKenna, Joe: At home) (McNamara, Brian & Tim Collins: Reed only)
Sunny hills of Spiddal(O'Brien-Moran, Jimmy: Take me tender)
Súisín bán(McKeon, Seán: Dublin made me)
Swallow's tail(Browne, Ronan: Touch me if you dare) (Ennis, Tom: Maid in the meadow) (Ennis, Tom: Tom Ennis) (Keenan, Paddy: Paddy Keenan) (Touhey, Patrick: Piping of Patsy Touhey)
Sweeping the cobwebs out of the sky (O'Flynn, Liam: Fine art of piping)
Sweep's (Clancy, Willie: West wind)
Sweep's hornpipe (Doran, Johnny: Bunch of keys) (Doran, Johnny: Johnny Doran) (Rowsome, Leo: Leo Rowsome: vol 2)
Sweet Biddy Daly (Hannan, Robbie: Séidán sí)
Sweet Biddy of Ballyvourney(Kearney, Tommy: Tommy Kearney)
Sweet briar(McKeon, Seán: Dublin made me)
Sweethearts (Masterson, Declan: Deireadh an fhómhair=End of the harvest)
Swinging on a gate (Keane, Tommy: Wind among the reeds)
Sword in hand(Browne, Ronan: Touch me if you dare) (Touhey, Patrick: Piping of Patsy Touhey)
TA -B -C -D -E -F -G -H -I -J -K -L -M -N -O -P -Q - R -S -T -U - V -W -Y
Tá mé 'mo shui(McHugh, Joe: Slua nua=Open door) (McKenna, Joe: Slua nua=Open door)
Tá mo Ghrá i Meiriceá (Keenan, Paddy: Paddy Keenan)
Tabby reel(McHugh, Joe: Slua nua=Open door) (McKenna, Joe: Slua nua=Open door)
Tabhair dom do límh(D'Arcy, Patrick: Wallop the spot)
Tailor's thimble(Denman, Todd: Reeds and rosin) (O'Nolan, Shaun: Cuckoo's nest) (O'Nolan, Shaun: Sargeant Early's)
Tailor's twist(Dywer, Donncha: Bourke & Dywer) (Ennis, Séamus: Return from Fingal) (Finn, Joe: The piper calls the tune) (Grasso, Elliott: Standing room only) (New dawn: Conor McKeon) (McKeon, Gay: Irish piping tradition) (McNamara, Brian: Piper's dream) (Reck, Tommy: Stone in the field) (Rickard, Leo: Pure piping)
Táim in arrears(Browne, Ronan: Touch me if you dare)
Táim' chodladh
Táimse im chodhladh
(Clancy, Willie: Breeze from Erin) (H. Block: Dan O'Dowd) (McKeon, Seán: Dublin made me) (McNulty, Pat: Uilleann pipes) (Mulligan, Neil: Tobar Glé)
Take me tender(O'Brien-Moran, Jimmy: Take me tender)
Tales of the travelling pipers(Morales, Lorenzo: Tales of the travelling pipers)
Tansey's favourite(Dywer, Donncha: Bourke & Dywer) (McKeon, Gay, Conor & Seán: Dusty miller)
Tap the barrel(McNamara, Brian: Piper's dream)
Tapestry(McKenna, Joe: Magenta music)
Tarbolton (Doran, Johnny: Bunch of keys) (Doran, Johnny: Johnny Doran) (Keenan, Paddy: Paddy Keenan)
Taproom(O'Brien, Mick: Deadly buzz)
Tathair Jack Welsh
Tatter Jack Walsh
Tattered Jack Welch
(Carberry, Peter: Traditional music of Ireland: vol. 2) (Clancy, Willie: Gold ring) (Ennis, Séamus: Morning brush) (Ennis, Séamus: Return from Fingal) (Furey, Finbar: Irish pipe music) (Gill, Emmett: Mountain grove) (Keane, Tommy: Wind among the reeds) (Kearney, Tommy: Tommy Kearney) (Lees, Watkin: Trip over the mountain) (Rickard, Leo: Pure piping)
Teampall an ghleanntáin(O'Brien, Mick & Ó Raghallaigh, Caoimhín: Kitty lie over)
Tear the calico(Laban, Peter: They'll be good yet)
Téireannach Fiáin (Keenan, Paddy: Paddy Keenan)
Tempest(Cooney, Michael: Just piping) (New dawn: Conor McKeon)
Templehouse reel(Ancient Celtic roots: Willie Clancy) (Clancy, Willie: Minstrel from Clare) (Denman, Todd: Reeds and rosin) (Ennis, Tom: The Blackbird...) (Ennis, Tom: James Morrison and Tom Ennis)
Templehouse (single jig)(McNamara, Brian: Piper's dream)
Tenpenny piece(Ennis, Séamus: Return from Fingal) (Potts, Seán: Seán Potts)
Terry Lane's (McHugh, Joe: Long finger=Mhéar fhada)
Thirteen years(Hyde, Dermoy: Pipeline)
Thomas O'Connor's (Nolan, Martin: Travel 'n style)
Thomond Bridge(Bars, Ronan Le: Bimis ag ol)
Three drops of brandy(Fitzpatrick, Patrick: Three drops of brandy)
Three little drummers(Wheels of the world: Tom Ennis)
Three sea captains(Carberry, Peter: Traditional music of Ireland: vol. 2) (Kearney, Tommy: Tommy Kearney)
Thrush in the morning (Browne, Ronan: South west wind)
Thrush in the straw (Ennis, Séamus: Bonny bunch of roses) (Ennis, Séamus: Irish pipe and tinwhistle songs)
Tie the bonnet(Finn, Joe: The piper calls the tune)
Tigh an tSealgaire(Neff Bros.: Soundpost and bridle)
Tim Moloney's reel(Bars, Ronan Le: Bimis ag ol)
Tim the turncoat (McAloon, Sean: Drops of brandy)
Tipsy sailor(Keenan, Brendan: Brendan Keenan)
Tiocfaidh tú abhaile Liom(Browne, Ronan: Touch me if you dare) (Nolan, Martin: Travel 'n style) (O'Regan, Fiachra: Aisling gheal)
To Cashel I'm going(Keane, Tommy: Wind among the reeds)
To Limerick we will go(Denman, Todd: Like magic)
Tobar glé(Mulligan, Neil: Tobar glé)
To-morrow morning (Rowsome, Leo: Leo Rowsome: vol 2)
Tom Billy's(McKeon, Gay, Conor & Seán: Dusty miller)
Tom Billy's fancy(O'Brien, Mick: May morning dew)
Tom Busby's (O'Brien-Moran, Jimmy: Seán Reid's favourite) (O'Connell, Michael "Blackie": Friars Green)
Tom Keanes(D'Arcy, Patrick: Wallop the spot)
Tom Mulligan's hornpipe(Mulligan, Neil: Barr na cúille)
Tom Ward's downfall(Laban, Peter: They'll be good yet)
Tomeen O'Dea's(Clancy, Willie: Clare session with Willie Clancy & friends) (McKeon, Gay, Conor & Seán: Dusty miller)
Tomgraney Castle(Ó Riabhaigh, Eoin: Tiomnacht (Handed on))
Tommy Cawley's (Shannon, Joe: Noonday feast)
Tommy People's (Denman, Todd: Reeds and rosin) (Grasso, Elliott: Standing room only)
Tommy People's favourite(Coyne, mick: Both sides of the Coyne)
Tommy Whelan's(Rowsome, Leo: Piper's choice)
Tone row (Lambe, Eugene: Trip to Fanore)
Tongs by the fire (Rowsome, Leo: Leo Rowsome: vol 2)
Tongues of fire (Rowsome, Leo: Leo Rowsome: vol 2)
Tony Lowe's (Shannon, Joe: Noonday feast)
Top it off (Drones and the chanters)
Top of the Cork Road(Gentlemen pipers: Leo Rowsome)(Rickard, Leo: Pure piping) (Rowsome, Leo: Leo Rowsome: vol 1)
Torn coat(New dawn: Darragh Murphy)
Torn jacket(Keane, Tommy: Piper's apron) (McNamara, Brian: Piper's dream)
Tory Island (Keane, Tommy: Wind among the reeds)
Toss the feathers (Clancy, Willie: Clare session with Willie Clancy & friends) (Deegan, Dicky: Phíb) (Grasso, Elliott: Standing room only) (Keenan, Paddy: Doublin') (Keenan, Paddy: Paddy Keenan) (McKenna, Joe: Traditional music of Ireland) (Neff Bros.: Soundpost and bridle) (Touhey, Patrick: Piping of Patsy Touhey) (Walsh, Brian: Walsh's fancy)
Touch me if you dare(Browne, Ronan: Touch me if you dare) (Gentlemen pipers: Leo Rowsome) (Rowsome, Leo: Leo Rowsome: vol 1)
Touhy's favourite hornpipe(McCormick, William: Merry blacksmith)
Tourist (Masterson, Declan: Deireadh an fhómhair=End of the harvest)
Tow row row(O'Brien-Moran, Jimmy: Take me tender)
Trample on the enemies (Rowsome, Leo: Leo Rowsome: vol 1)
Traveler(Cooney, Michael: Happy to meet and sorry to part)
Traveling through Blarney(McNamara, Brian & Tim Collins: Reed only)
Travelling slide (McKenna, Joe: At home)
Travers reels (McKenna, Joe: Traditional music of Ireland)
Treasure of my heart
see:
Stór mo chroí
Trim the velvet (Ennis, Tom: Cherish the ladies) (Ennis, Tom: Humours of Bandon) (Ennis, Tom: James Morrison and Tom Ennis) (Ennis, Tom: Tom Ennis) (Ennis, Tom: Trim the velvet) (Hannan, Robbie: Séidán sí) (Hannan, Robbie: Traditional Irish music played on the uilleann pipes) (McKeon, Gay: Irish piping tradition) (McKeon, Seán: Dublin made me) (New dawn: Darragh Murphy)
Trip over the mountain (Clancy, Willie: Gold ring) (Clancy, Willie: Pipering of Willie Clancy : vol. 2) (Ennis, Séamus: Best of Irish piping) (Ennis, Séamus: Fox chase) (Ennis, Séamus: Music at the gate) (Lees, Watkin: Trip over the mountain)
Trip to Athlone(Browne, Ronan: Touch me if you dare) (New dawn: Mikie Smyth)
Trip to Bantry(Rowsome, Kevin: Rowsome tradition)
Trip to Durrow (Drones and the chanters) (Reck, Tommy: Stone in the field)
Trip to Fanore (Lambe, Eugene: Trip to Fanore)
Trip to Killarney(O'Sullivan, Jerry: O'Sullivan meets O'Farrell)
Trip to Kinvara (Nolan, Martin: Travel 'n style)
Trip to Sardinia(Hyde, Dermoy: Pipeline)
Trip to Skye(Hyde, Dermoy: Pipeline)
Trip to the cottage(Ennis, Tom: James Morrison and Tom Ennis) (Ennis, Tom: Maid on the green) (McAloon, Sean: Drops of brandy) (Vignoles, Michael: Wind, wood and brass)
Trip to the fair(Denman, Todd: Like magic)
Trip to the gargle (Rowsome, Leo: Leo Rowsome: vol 2)
Trip we took over the mountain (Drones and the chanters)
Tripping up the stairs (Keenan, Paddy: Doublin') (Keenan, Paddy: Na keen affair)
Tsean-sceach(Clancy, Willie: Tsean-sceach)
tSeanbhean bhocht (Mac Mathúna, Pádraic: Blas na meala=Hives of honeyed sound)
Tubercurry reel(Shannon, Joe: Noonday feast)
Tumble the tinker (Dunne, Mickey: Limerick lassies) (Masterson, Declan: Deireadh an fhómhair=End of the harvest)
Turning of the geese: (Casadh na ngéanna)(O'Flynn, Liam: Fire aflame)
Turnpike way(Piping in Ireland: Martin Nolan)
Tweed trousers(Stafford, Brian: The caves of Cong)
Twelve pins(Bars, Ronan Le: Bimis ag ol)
Twisting of the hay rope
Twisting the hay rope
(Deegan, Dickie: By the river of gems) (Ennis, Séamus: Morning brush) (O'Flynn, Liam: Uilleann pipes and tin whistle)
Two-penny jig(O'Brien-Moran, Jimmy: Take me tender)
UA -B -C -D -E -F -G -H -I -J -K -L -M -N -O -P -Q - R -S -T -U - V -W -Y
Uileachán dubh o (Clancy, Willie: Seoda ceoil 1)
Uir chill an Chreagain
Úirchill an Chreagáin
(Ennis, Séamus: Ace and deuce of piping) (Ennis, Séamus: Return from Fingal) (Markey, Daniel: Churchyard of Creggan) (Mulligan, Neil: Barr na cúille) (Vallely, Brian: Song of the chanter)
Under the willows she is weeping(McNamara, Brian: Piper's dream)
Union reel(Lees, Watkin: Trip over the mountain)
Up and about in the morning(Rowsome, Kevin: Rowsome tradition)
Up and away (Keane, Tommy: Wind among the reeds) (McKenna, Joe: Magenta music)
Úr-Chnoc Chéin Mhic Cháinte(Kearney, Tommy: Tommy Kearney)
VA -B -C -D -E -F -G -H -I -J -K -L -M -N -O -P -Q - R -S -T -U - V -W -Y
Valencia Harbour(Deegan, Dicky: Phíb) (Ennis, Séamus: Best of Irish piping) (Potts, Seán: Seán Potts)
Vendome hornpipe (Rowsome, Leo: Leo Rowsome: vol 2)
Village grove (Carney, Michael: Village grove)
Vincent Brodericks (Nolan, Martin: Travel 'n style)
Virginia(Gentlemen pipers: Pat Mitchell) (Mitchell, Pat: Uilleann pipes)
Visiting kittens(O'Connell, Michael "Blackie": Friars Green)
WA -B -C -D -E -F -G -H -I -J -K -L -M -N -O -P -Q - R -S -T -U - V -W -Y
Wallop the spot(D'Arcy, Patrick: Wallop the spot)
Walls of Limerick(Walsh, Liam: Walls of Limerick)
Walls of Liscarroll(Ennis, Séamus: Feidlim Tonn Ri's castle or The king of Ireland's son) (Ennis, Séamus: Wandering minstrel) (Hannan, Robbie: Séidán sí) (Light through the leaves: Tim Britton) (O'Nolan, Shaun: Fisherman's widow)
Walsh's favorite(Ennis, Tom: Tom Ennis) (Ennis, Tom: Walsh's favorite)
Wandering minstrel(Browne, Ronan: Touch me if you dare) (Ennis, Séamus: Wandering minstrel) (Gentlemen pipers: Séamus Ennis) (Hannan, Robbie: Séidán sí) (Laban, Peter: They'll be good yet) (Reck, Tommy: Stone in the field)
Water under the keel (O'Flynn, Liam: Brendan voyage)
Waterbed(Neff Bros.: Soundpost and bridle)
Waterford hornpipe (Mulligan, Neil: Leitrim thrush)
Wave sweeper(McSherry, John: Soma)
Waves are rolling (McKenna, Joe: At home)
Wealthy squire (Ennis, Séamus: Bonny bunch of roses)
Wearied lad(McNamara, Brian & Tim Collins: Reed only) (O'Brien-Moran, Jimmy: Take me tender)
Wearing of the green(Andrews, William: Wearing of the green)
Wedding trip (Ennis, Tom: Maid on the green) (Ennis, Tom: Tom Ennis)
Welch's jig(Furey, Finbar: Slender promise)
Were you at the rock (Ennis, Séamus: Morning brush) (O'Flynn, Liam: Uilleann pipes and tin whistle)
West end(McNamara, Brian & Tim Collins: Reed only)
West Clare Railway(O'Brien, Mick: May morning dew)
West Cork reel(Keane, Tommy: Wind among the reeds)
West wind(Browne, Ronan: Touch me if you dare) (Clancy, Willie: Gold ring) (Clancy, Willie: Pipering of Willie Clancy : vol 1) (Drones and the chanters volume 2) (McKeon, Gay, Conor & Seán: Dusty miller)
Westering home(McNamara, Brian & Tim Collins: Reed only)
Wet pussy
See even:
Choice wife
O'Farrell's welcome to Limerick
Phis fhluich
(O'Flynn, Liam: Uilleann pipes and tin whistle)
Wexford hornpipe (Carberry, Peter: Traditional music of Ireland: vol 2.) (Rickard, Leo: Pure piping) (Rowsome, Kevin: Rowsome tradition)
Wexford lassies(McNamara, Brian & Tim Collins: Reed only)
Wexford Races(Dillon, Eion: Golden mean)
Wexford reel(Ennis, Tom: Miss Casey) (Rowsome, Leo: Leo Rowsome: vol 1)
Wheels of the world(Lees, Watkin: Trip over the mountain) (New dawn: Eliot Grasso) (O'Flynn, Liam: Fire aflame) (O'Mealy, R.L.: 1943 BBC recording)
Whelan's jig (Drones and the chanters)
Whelan's old sow(O'Flynn, Liam: Fire aflame)
When sick, is it tea you want?(Drones and the chanters volume 2) (Ennis, Séamus: Best of Irish piping) (Hannan, Robbie: Traditional Irish music played on the uilleann pipes) (McNamara, Brian: Piper's dream) (New dawn: Louise Mulcahy)
When the cock crows it is day (Browne, Ronan: Touch me if you dare) (Ennis, Séamus: Bonny bunch of roses) (Ennis, Séamus: Irish pipe and tinwhistle songs) (Ennis, Séamus: Morning brush) (Ennis, Séamus: Return from Fingal) (Keane, Tommy: Wind among the reeds)
When we were drinking(Clancy, Willie: West wind)
Whinny hills of Leitrim(Mulligan, Neil: Barr na cúille)
Whistling thief(D'Arcy, Patrick: Wallop the spot)
White Connor's daughter Nora (Ennis, Séamus: Best of Irish piping)
Widow's daughter(Finn, Joe: The piper calls the tune) (McNamara, Brian & Tim Collins: Reed only)
Wild geese(O'Flynn, Liam: Out to an other side)
Wild Irishman (Clancy, Willie: Clare session with Willie Clancy & friends) (Keenan, Paddy: Paddy Keenan)
Wild oats(O'Sullivan, Jerry: O'Sullivan meets O'Farrell)
Will you come down to Limerick(Clancy, Willie: Gold ring) (Clancy, Willie: Pipering of Willie Clancy : vol 1) (Keane, Tommy: Piper's apron) (Power, David: The eighteen Moloney) (Rowsome, Leo: King of the pipers) (Rowsome, Leo: Rí na bPíobairí)
Will you come home with me?(Andrews, William: Will you come home with me?)
Will you come with me over the mountain (Cooney, Michael: Happy to meet and sorry to part) (Ennis, Séamus: Bonny bunch of roses) (Ennis, Séamus: Irish pipe and tinwhistle songs)
Willie Clancy's Páidín Ó Raifeartaigh(Browne, Ronan: South west wind)
Willie Clancy's reel(O'Flynn, Liam: Liam O'Flynn)
Willie's fling (Keane, Tommy: Piper's apron) (O'Brien-Moran, Jimmy: Seán Reid's favourite)
Willie's polka(Keane, Tommy: Piper's apron)
Willie's single(Mitchell, Pat: Uilleann pipes)
Willy Winky(O'Sullivan, Jerry: O'Sullivan meets O'Farrell)
Wind off the lake(Keenan, Paddy: Long grazing acre)
Wind that shakes the barley(Ennis, Séamus: Wandering minstrel) (Gentlemen pipers: Séamus Ennis) (McKeon, Gay, Conor & Seán: Dusty miller) (O'Brien, Mick & Ó Raghallaigh, Caoimhín: Kitty lie over)
Wings of my soul(Mulligan, Neil: Barr na cúille)
Winne Haye's jig(Laban, Peter: They'll be good yet) (O'Brien, Mick & Ó Raghallaigh, Caoimhín: Kitty lie over)
Winter's end(O'Flynn, Liam: Out to an other side)
Wisa Nora
see:
Nóra Chríona
Within a mile of Dublin(Cobblestone sessions: Nollaig MacCárthaigh, Seáan Garvey & Ger Galvin) (McKenna, Joe: At home) (Pipers rock) (Vignoles, Michael: Wind, wood and brass)
Woman of Loughrea(Power, David: My love is in America)
Woman of the house(Clancy, Willie: Breeze from Erin) (Cobblestone sessions: Cormac Cannon & Finbarr Naughton) (Keenan, Paddy: Doublin') (O'Brien, Mick & Ó Raghallaigh, Caoimhín: Kitty lie over)
Women's mountain
see even:
Slibh na mBan
(O'Flynn, Liam: Piper's call)
Woodcock (Rowsome, Kevin: Rowsome tradition)
Woodcock Hill(Masterson, Declan: Fairwater=Fionnuisce)
Woods of Kilkenny(Rowsome, Kevin: Rowsome tradition) (Walsh, Liam: Dunphy's)
Woods of old Limerick(Masterson, Declan: Fairwater=Fionnuisce)
Wounded hussar
Wounded huzzar
(Deegan, Dickie: By the river of gems) (Drones and the chanters) (Masterson, Declan: Deireadh an fhómhair=End of the harvest)
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Yellow bittern
see even:
Buinneán buí
(Furey, Finbar: Prince of pipers) (Deegan, Dicky: Phíb) (New dawn: Mikie Smyth)
Yellow John
see even:
Seán buí
(Andrews, William: William Andrews, Liam Walsh) (Rickard, Leo: Pure piping)
Yellow tinker (Keane, Tommy: Piper's apron) (Mulligan, Neil: Barr na cúille) (Pipers rock)
Yellow wattle(Bradfield, David: Celtic pulse) (Clancy, Willie: Gold ring) (Nolan, Martin: Travel 'n style)
Yoghurt weaver's lament(Dillon, Eion: Golden mean)
Youghall waltz(O'Sullivan, Jerry: O'Sullivan meets O'Farrell)
Young Francis Mooney(O'Sullivan, Jerry: Gift)
Young girl milking her cow (Furey, Finbar: Irish pipes of Finbar Furey) (Furey, Finbar: Traditional Irish pipe music)
Young Roger was a ploughboy (Rowsome, Kevin: Rowsome tradition)
Young Tom Ennis (Hannan, Robbie: Séidán sí) (O'Brien, Mick & Ó Raghallaigh, Caoimhín: Kitty lie over)
Youngest daughter(Keenan, Paddy: Paddy Keenan)
Your welcome home(O'Sullivan, Jerry: O'Sullivan meets O'Farrell)

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